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best piping kit??? (for cup cakes)

(5 Posts)
Mandy21 Sun 01-Sep-13 22:21:49

Can anyone recommend a budget piping kit for decorating cup cakes with piped buttercream - I want that professional swirl look.

Many thanks

nextphase Mon 02-Sep-13 20:28:27

What classes as budget?

Have you got any nozzles?

disposable bags are they only ones I've not had nozzles fall out on me (and yes, I wash and reuse once maybe twice!)

And then one or 2 metal nozzles?

MikeLitoris Tue 03-Sep-13 09:00:51

I probably use my lakeland ones most often. They are slightly bigger than other nozzles so give a better swirl.

I use them with disposable bags.

Think the nozzles were about £10 for 6.

ButteryJam Tue 03-Sep-13 10:56:01

Lakeland ones, the ones that are large, yes 6 for 10 quid I think

Mandy21 Tue 03-Sep-13 22:13:54

OOh thank you! Will look smile

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