Lorann Oil, What ?

Decorating By lilahcakes Updated 8 Sep 2008 , 10:03pm by Lady_Phoenix

lilahcakes Posted 7 Sep 2008 , 4:33pm
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Could someone tell me what this does and where to find it. icon_redface.gif

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janebrophy Posted 7 Sep 2008 , 4:53pm
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It is a highly concentrated flavour. I think it is made for flavouring candy, but can be used in other things. I've used it in cake batter, and in BC icing. A few drops goes a really long way...

lilahcakes Posted 7 Sep 2008 , 4:57pm
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OH! thanks . I bet I can get it in the candy making section at hobby lobby! thumbs_up.gif

Bossy Posted 7 Sep 2008 , 5:00pm
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janebrophy is correct. Very concentrated oil based flavors as opsed to the alcohol based ones in the grocery store. They can be used in candy because they do not cuase the chocolate to seize up. I use a tiny eye dropper to add just a couple of drops into my cakes, frostings and candy. Don't think you can use them in royal icing though, the oil would probably disolve the frosting!

Cakerer Posted 7 Sep 2008 , 5:05pm
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My hobby lobby only has a few select flavors, such as peppermint, cinnamon, etc; however, if you go to a cake supply store, the flavors are endless, including pineapple, butter, caramel, cheesecake, bubblegum, pina colada, butterscotch, strawberry, cherry....the list goes on and on.

seagoat Posted 7 Sep 2008 , 5:07pm
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I use the Orange emulsion and the Buttery Sweet Dough flavoring....so good. They also have tons of flavorings for candy, chocolates, ice cream and also soaps and lotions. Check out their website at www.lorannoils.com

lilahcakes Posted 7 Sep 2008 , 5:08pm
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icon_surprised.gif WOW i did think they would have all those flavors! They sound GOOD!!

gateauxdamour Posted 7 Sep 2008 , 5:22pm
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The cheesecake flavor is fantastic in buttercream! Pair it with a french vanilla cake and people rave!

mommy_of_3_DDs Posted 7 Sep 2008 , 5:26pm
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Weird but my Wal-Mart pharmacy sells it on their pick up counter. I use it to make candy. It is very strong flavored! I know a lot use it to flavor icing and cake as well.


lilahcakes Posted 7 Sep 2008 , 5:46pm
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ohh great!!! I cant wait to try some!

janebrophy Posted 7 Sep 2008 , 6:21pm
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I have to try some of these ideas! You guys make them sound so delicious! I think I'll order some of the flavours from their website, as I can only find the "boring" ones here!

pinkpiggie78 Posted 8 Sep 2008 , 1:45am
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I purchased some on ebay... turned out cheaper than AC Moore. I love them!

And no, you can't use them in Royal Icing....

banba Posted 8 Sep 2008 , 9:44pm
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I have used them in royal icing without any problems, always use a dropper when adding them to royal so you don't add too much!

Lady_Phoenix Posted 8 Sep 2008 , 10:03pm
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If you use cinnamon or any of the mint oils in a hot candy, be careful! Keep your face away from the steam, it can cause burns. And even with your head back your sinuses WILL be cleared! lol

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