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A disposable piping bag enables you to use your creative flair to decorate your collection of baked goods. The easy to use, professional quality piping bags are available in a range of standard sizes.

Different Disposable Piping Bag Sizes

An extra strong disposable piping bag is an essential accessory for the home baker. The transparent cone-shaped bags are available in a standard medium size for the easy decoration of cakes, bakes and sugar craft work. The high-quality disposable piping bag is flexible and easy to handle. Its unique shape makes it effortless to match with stainless steel or plastic decorating nozzles. The transparency allows for instant icing colour identification. The medium-sized disposable piping bags are typically supplied in packs of 100.

A disposable piping bag that boasts extra large proportions is just what you need when decorating multi-layer cakes. The large plastic disposable piping bag is a ripper choice for decorating cakes and sweet bakes with fondant icing, whipped cream and melted chocolate. Use the piping bag on its own, or attach a nozzle tip. Standard packs of 100 bags are available, great if you're piping all the time.

Disposable Piping Bag Accessories For Perfect Cake Decoration

Disposable piping bags that are supplied in a kit, with 16 nozzles and a coupler, are a cracking gift for a keen baker or pastry chef. The practical and versatile set includes 100 x 32cm disposable piping bags, a selection of different nozzle tips and a coupler, for easy connecting of the disposable piping bag and nozzle. Although the disposable piping bag can be used without the coupler, when connected it offers swift nozzle swapping without the need to change piping bags.

Stainless steel fondant icing piping nozzle sets, featuring a variety of different tips, are perfect for creative cake decoration using the frosting of your choice. Sets typically include 48 nozzles.

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