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Ever need a pastry bag, or cone for decorating a cake? Julie shows you how to fold one using parchment paper that you can ...
make to any size you need.
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How to Fold a Parchment Cone
Find yourself in need of a pastry bag? Here’s how you make one.
You need to cut yourself a triangle shape piece of parchment. Place it on the counter with the long side towards you. Pulling down the point that’s away from you, grab one corner and roll it up towards that particular corner. Grab that third corner and wrap it around and tuck it underneath. Line up all the corners; you’ll find that you’ve made a lovely cone. Fold it down to keep the inside together. Fill it with chocolate or icing, whatever you’re piping and then just zip the bottom to the size of hole that you need.