How can I make the buttercream frosting into a FAT spiral like that?
Use a piping bag but no tip (or put frosting in a ziploc baggie and cut off the bottom corner; the cut shouldn't need to be more than a scant half-inch long).
great answer. I would think just cutting the tip of a baggie off would do the trick. That and a steady hand?
Yes, piping bag with no tip, or one of those super wide ones.But don't buy a tip, use the bag like grey suggested.
I'm glad you like my cupcakes! I used a large piping bag and large tip (number 7 or 8). Using the tip helps me get a uniform tube, then it's up to me to adjust the height so I don't flatten it.
I also used the same technique on my Valentine's Day Cupcakes. http://www.juliaskitchenonline.com/ph...
Thanks for the personal reply!
I used a piping bag to make these cupcakes for Valentine's Day. It was fun and made the cupcakes look kind of special!http://houndstoothgourmet.com/devils-...
20th Century Cafe's Russian Honey Cake, in Animated GIFs!
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