What You Need
Icing (any kind)
Piping bag (disposable or reusable)
I will often load up my icing bullets ahead of time, and put these in the refrigerator just like this in a large baggie until I need to use them.
Thread the long end of the plastic wrap through the coupler. The plastic wrapped icing bullet sticks to the inside of the disposable bags, that's why I turn the bag inside out as much as possible.
Turn the bag so that the icing bullet is inside the bag. (I often end up holding it up by the plastic wrap through the coupler, and turning the bag back with the other hand.)
To remove the icing bullet from the bag, grab on to that back knot, and pull.
Now, check this out! See that speck of icing?? That little bit down there in the coupler?? That's ALL you have to clean! That's it! See that bag? See how clean it is?? Awesome!
In all fairness, yes, occasionally the icing bullets blow out and do messy the bag, but honestly, this only happens to me when I'm teaching a kids' workshop, and they don't use the decorating bags properly. But even so, that mess is even better-contained than a regular blow-out or icing coming out the back of the bag.
I hope you love icing bag bullets as much as I do. Because I really, really do!
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