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With the Kuhn Rikon Frosting Decorating Pen, decorating baked goods is as easy as picking up a pen.

The Kuhn Rikon Frosting Decorating Pen
The Kuhn Rikon Frosting Decorating Pen Sur la table

When you're decorating cupcakes, cookies or other baked goods, it can seem like you need a whole box full of decorating supplies, which is more work than anyone who isn't a master baker wants to take on. The Kuhn Rikon Frosting Decorating Pen has simplified the whole process, even eliminating the need to squeeze on a tube full of frosting. The pen offer two speeds to save your hands and get the frosting on your treat a little faster. It also has five different decorating tips: not only can you use frosting to write messages, but the decorating tool offers you the ability to add colorful decorations.

The Kuhn Rikon Frosting Decorating Pen comes with three frosting cartridges, a color mixer, three filler plates, and a nozzle for filling cupcakes, in addition to the decorating tips. You can refill the frosting cartridges as needed, with whatever colors of frosting you mix up. The pen also makes filling cupcakes, along with other pastries, much easier. You will need two AA batteries in order to power the decorating tool. The Kuhn Rikon Frosting Decorating Pen is available for $29.95.

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