I am browsing through fondantsource.com and came upon LorAnn flavorings. I was wondering how these are used. Can I put them in a boxed cake mix or do I need to make a cake from scratch? Are there directions that come with them? My daughters b-day is coming up and I would like to make something a lil bit different. Thanks in advance!!
I've used the Lorann oils and emulsions in boxed cake mixes to enhance flavors (also used in buttercream and cookies).
I've never received any instructions with the product but they do have recipes on their website:
what site are you on? Try spacing it out instead of writing out the website.... I recently bought the LoRann's cheesecake flavoring, and it is out of this world in buttercream! I also added it to a mousse filling, and everyone thought it was excellent
You can add them to anything...I once added some raspberry to plain iced tea (worked well). They are very concentrated so you only need a few drops or like 1/8 t at a time.
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Isn't that great!! I laughed too! (maybe not as much as you....I'm trying to be discreet at work...)
I just cracked up too. That's the first time I've seen it blocked like that. I'm with you -
Lorann oils are great. You usually only need a few drops, some may need more. For cake batters, I add about 5-6 drops, depending on the flavor. For BC, I use about 3-4, maybe more - again, depending on the flavor. It is possible to overdo it. Believe me.
I've tried the cheesecake, champagne, bavarian cream, orange, banana, strawberry, keoke and amaretto.