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    Quote Originally Posted by thegrindre View Post
    I'm laughin' at you, Sherm. So, use a toothpick, chop stick or skewer to make 'pre drilled' holes, then squeeze the filling in. It's easy, buddy, and it doesn't cost $20. LOLOL


    Making the holes is not the problem. The problem is trying to find a more sturdy pastry bag to pipe the filling into the Twinkies.
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    Double up those wimpy pastry bags. place the bag in a measuring cup. two hands free to get the cream in the bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Daddy's House View Post
    Making the holes is not the problem. The problem is trying to find a more sturdy pastry bag to pipe the filling into the Twinkies.
    Those ZipLoc freezer baggies are pretty dog gone strong, my friend, but obviously you're wanting to spend good money for a toy you don't really need. That's your decision, though. LOLOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by KarenB View Post
    Double up those wimpy pastry bags. place the bag in a measuring cup. two hands free to get the cream in the bag.


    Thanx, but.........;

    Buy quality once, or buy crap forever!!

    I'll go over to BB&B when I get the chance, to check out the pastry bag set that I saw on their website and and leaving toward getting.. If it looks very sturdy, which I think it is, then I'll get it.

    It should be worth it!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thegrindre View Post
    Those ZipLoc freezer baggies are pretty dog gone strong, my friend, but obviously you're wanting to spend good money for a toy you don't really need. That's your decision, though. LOLOL


    I realise that y'all are trying to help, but like most of the decisions that I make to get something, it's better that I do this so that this aggravatiing ptroblem never comes up again.

    And BTW, the creme filling is rather thick and a little on the stiff side because of its consitency, which I think neccesitates getting a more sturdy pastry bag set.

    Ever heard of the phrase; It's better to have it and don't need it, than to need it and don't have it?
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    No, actually I've never heard that line before. I like it and support it 100% and is why I keep freezer bags on hand 24/7. :-)
    I hate clean up and those piping bags are a PITA to keep clean.
    I have minimal clean up. I just throw a dirty baggie away.

    Have fun with your new toy. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by thegrindre View Post
    No, actually I've never heard that line before. I like it and support it 100% and is why I keep freezer bags on hand 24/7. :-)
    I hate clean up and those piping bags are a PITA to keep clean.
    I have minimal clean up. I just throw a dirty baggie away.

    Have fun with your new toy. :-)


    The trick is to clean the piping bag as soon as you are finished with it.

    I DO, however, have a large one, but I'm seriously looking to replace it anyway because it is too big, clumsey and it just can't be used for small jobs!!!
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    Anyway, I want to see those photos and pix you said you were going to share with us.
    A Twinkie has always been my favorite snack cake over a cupcake cuz of it's tubular shape.
    I want to see how yours comes out compared to mine.
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    I'll post the one having just taken the Twinkies out of the oven, but not after they were filled. Too horrib;le and sloppy because the crappy piping bag broke!!!
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    Am I mistaken or is it not the best snack the messiest snack?

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