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Bread tubes

bbauman07

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I have a potential customer looking for some new tips for her bread tubes. Any would help. :eek: I don't have any of them so I'm kinda stuck on ideas.Thank you in advance. :)
 
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bread tube recipes

I think I remember seeing a couple PC file attachements on bread tube recipes if that is what you are looking for. Try searching the site for "bread tube" and check out the posts. I remember seeing a post for cinnamon bread that had a 3-page document attached with a lot of tips and recipes for the bread tubes.
Good luck

Laura
 

PamperedGinger

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lauras67 said:
I think I remember seeing a couple PC file attachements on bread tube recipes if that is what you are looking for. Try searching the site for "bread tube" and check out the posts. I remember seeing a post for cinnamon bread that had a 3-page document attached with a lot of tips and recipes for the bread tubes.
Good luck

Laura


Brooke...Laura is correct. I posted a document with recipes and you will find it with a search.
 

ShanaSmith

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I use my bread tubes to mold my 2 minute fudge, then you just slide it out and slice it. I have also make soap in them.
 

BethCooks4U

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ShanaSmith said:
I use my bread tubes to mold my 2 minute fudge, then you just slide it out and slice it. I have also make soap in them.
Fill with ice cream or "rice crispie square" mixture, chill, slide out and slice. Use as a cookie cutter to make ice cream sandwiches with the ice cream you freeze in the tube.
 

bbauman07

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thank you thank you

:) Thank you all for the help I called her this eve and she was impressed that I had already gotten the info for her. Thank you all agian. :)
 

chefbilyeu

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I used mine this weekend to cut watermelon. I sliced the melon in thirds, and cut out the middle, then crinkle cut them into slices...looked great, and was a very easy way to serve the watermelon!
 
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