Super Cook Writing Icing Reviews
Product Type: Supercook Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Type: Other Desserts / Food
Newest Review: ... side of the box has the ingredients (primarily sugar) and storage instructions. The back of the box has hints and tips and ... more
by - written on 07/06/10 (Very useful, 122 readings)
I love making cakes, whether they are celebration, birthday, christening, or Christmas cakes, but I always hated messing around with Royal Icing and a piping bag just to write a couple of words on each cake. Then I discovered these ready to use tubes of writing icing... Dr Oetker writing icing is sold in a 95g cardboard box. The front of the box has pictures of cookies and cakes that have been decorated with the writing icing. One side of the box has the ingredients (primarily sugar) and storage instructions. The back of the box has hints and tips and directions for use. When you open the box there are 5 tubes of writing icing inside. The colours ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
School holidays...and how the heck do you entertain the little blighters? Worry no more..you only need a box of Supercook Writing icing tubes, and some biscuits, and your troubles are over...for about half an hour...then I'm out of ideas! Seriously though, this stuff is great! Supercook writing icing comes in a 75g box containing 4 tubes of icing for about £1.85 from all major supermarkets. The box contains red, yellow, black and green icing tubes, which are very easy to use. The front of the box is adorned with pictures of beautifully decorated iced biscuits to give you inspiration, but there are literally hundreds of uses for this fantastic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/10 (Very useful, 184 readings)
I have used the Writing Icing from Super Cook before and have always got on well with it because the tube is shaped good and the icing comes out dead smooth. Last week though I was looking for some in Sainsburys and saw they've brought a new one out that is sponsored by Barbie. It's the same thing but more girly colours than the original Writing Icing tubes and comes in a pink box with a picture of Barbie on the front. You get 4 tubes of icing in purple, pink, silver and blue. They've got glittery bits in and that makes the icing look proper glossy even though it's not actually shiney or glittery like I thought it would. When the tubes were brand ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/03/09 (Very useful, 173 readings)
These are great for decorating cakes and biscuits, they come in box of 4 and come in red, yellow, black, white and green colours, this is a good range of colours and makes a good range of designs, pictures and writing possible to create. The bottom of the icing tubes are smaller to allow you to decorate the desserts more accurately. The icing is thick so it is easy to decorate the desserts and also there is minimal mess made as they arent messy or runny in texture. I bought these for around £3 in tescos, I think that this is a resonable price as there is enough icing inside to decorate lots of different desserts and you can really get ... Read the complete review
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