How to Make Piping Cones

Parchment Paper Piping Cones

I like to use parchment paper cones to decorate cakes with melted chocolate, buttercream frosting, or royal icing. The cones allow for more control and better rotation with the wrist to accomplish swirls and finer detail work up close on cakes. They are disposable so can be thrown out after use. They are easier and more compact than pastry bags with tips and couplers. In the following video tutorial, I demonstrate how to make a piping cone using parchment paper.

How to Make Parchment Paper Piping Cones for Cake Writing & Decorating

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How to Make Piping Cones — 10 Comments

  1. So happy I have found your site! I am new to decorating and gingerbread making. Reading and viewing your videos give me a wide variety of ideas, information, etc. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I’m sure I will be asking questions at a later time when I’m stumped or just inquisitive.

  2. Thank you for the wonderful parchment cone tutorial and for making it seem really doable. I made up several fully expecting them to leak, explode or whatever, but they held up fine and were very comfortable to hold. So thank you!

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