AThinking of making cake pops again. I've used melts in the past to coat.
Anyone have a good lime coating and/or way to flavor melts?
If you use Wilton's melts, they have a key lime flavor out right now. They have a few flavored melts out like tangerine, and raspberry sorbet. I just used the key lime melts to make modeling chocolate for a key lime cake.
AOoooh! Good to know! Thanks!
buy oil/candy based lime flavouring and add a few drops to melted chocolate....be sure not water base or will seize. Amoretti makes a key lime I love to use check on web how to order.These are top of the line flavours.
ALook up clasen usa. They have the best flavored candy wafers
ANo luck on any of it. I live in a small-ish town in Missouri right now. Maybe if I can get up to St. Louis sometime soon. My Hobby Lobby (only place in town that has those items) had no lime candy melts, no lime flavor and when I looked up Clasen USA, they had no like wafers either. :/
There is a Key Lime LorAnn oil you could use. We sell that on ebay..
AIf you didn't find any then you must not have looked in the right place. Hold on.
I read one poster once saying something about adding jello to the modeling chocolate recipe?
AI've used jello in frosting, but think that it might impede the candy coating in solidifying.
I found some concentrated flavored oil but have never used it before. Suggestions? Can it also be used in baked goods or frosting?
AStart out small. These are very powerful. At work we used just 60ml to flavor 30#
hmmm I'm not sure I tried to find a recipe but couldn't I swear that is what I read and it was
for the exact same flavor or pistachio can't remember. It was a last minute thing where they either were out or couldn't find it. Maybe I'm losing it though...lol