Add a County Fair Touch to Your Recipes With Cotton Candy Flavoring

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Add a County Fair Touch to Your Recipes With Cotton Candy Flavoring

Bring a little bit of the county fair into your kitchen with this cotton candy flavoring. Also known as “candy oils” these super strength flavors are 3-4 times stronger than extracts and work just fine for hard candy, general candy making, cookies, cakes, icings and chocolate.

These water soluble flavors are made through steam distillation.

Chocolate & Peppermint

Peppermint and chocolate are a perfect pairing for the holidays. Its cool and refreshing taste helps temper the bittersweet flavors of dark candy flavoring chocolate. Peppermint also works well in milk chocolate recipes such as chocolate cream centers and ice-creams.

Bickford Flavors offers a variety of mint options for use in chocolate creations, including water-soluble and oil-soluble varieties. Water-soluble mint is ideal for chocolate cream centers and fudges, while oil-soluble mint works best in a dark chocolate base such as a ganache or couverture. It’s important to be cautious when adding mint flavoring, as too much can overpower your products.

One of the most popular holiday chocolate treats is peppermint bark. This treat is easy to make in a microwave and is a great option for after-dinner mints, desserts, or gifting to friends and family. The key to making the best peppermint bark is to use a good quality white chocolate and to add some extra texture with crushed candy canes.

While this recipe can be made with any kind of chocolate, we recommend using a semisweet or bittersweet chocolate. This will provide the best balance of flavor with the sweet and creamy texture of the white chocolate. You can also experiment with different peppermint extracts and oils to find the right combination of flavors for your bark.

To make peppermint bark, start by lining a jelly roll pan with aluminum foil. Melt the white chocolate in a microwave-safe bowl in 30 second increments, stirring after each time. When the chocolate is smooth, stir in the crushed candy canes and 1 or 2 drops of food safe peppermint oil or extract. Spread the mixture evenly into the prepared pan and chill until set. Once set, break into pieces and enjoy! This bark can be made ahead of time and stored in plastic bags or airtight containers.

Apple Candy & Baking Flavoring

Apple candy and baking flavoring is a sweet way to add a fresh fruit taste to your creations. This natural flavoring is perfect for a variety of applications including beverages, ice cream, frostings, cakes and more! It is very concentrated, so it is best to start with small amounts and increase gradually.

This Lorann super strength apple flavoring is 4 – times stronger than standard extracts. It works great in baking and hard candy, and can also be used for chocolate coatings. In higher heat applications, it may thicken slightly. To avoid this, try adding a little liquid coconut oil or cocoa butter to offset the thickening (1/4 – 1/2 teaspoon per pound). It is vegan, sugar-free, and diacetyl free.

Green apple candies are a crowd-pleasing option when it comes to sweet snacks and treats. This product from Capella has a strong, bold apple flavor that will make your lips pucker. Use it in hard candy and baking recipes for a deliciously sweet treat.

To prepare these simple and tasty treats, remove the stems and any stickers from your apples. Grease a cookie sheet and/or line it with parchment paper. Combine the sugar, corn syrup and water in a heavy pot and bring to a boil on medium-high heat. Affix a candy thermometer to the pan and cook until the mixture reaches 310 degrees Fahrenheit. Once the temperature reaches this point, remove from heat and stir in food coloring and flavoring until combined. Working quickly and carefully (the coating is hot!) dip each apple into the candy mixture. Transfer the coated apples to your prepared cookie sheet and allow the candy to cool completely before serving. This recipe makes about 10 candy apples.

Cotton Candy

Cotton candy, also known as fairy floss or spun sugar, is a carnival treat that brings to mind memories of summer nights at the county fair. This light-as-air confection contains finely spun sugar and a bit of food coloring to give it its signature pink or blue hue. While most people know that cotton candy is made with sugar, they may not realize that it also requires a special type of flavoring to make it taste sweet and fluffy.

The main ingredient in cotton candy is ethyl maltol, which is a synthetic compound that gives the flavor its sweet, fruity taste. This flavoring is mixed into recipes and food items that are intended to replicate the flavor of cotton candy. Other ingredients that are commonly used in the preparation of cotton candy flavoring include strawberry furanone and methyl anthranilate.

Since cotton candy absorbs moisture from the air, it must be prepared in a special container to inhibit the absorption of water vapor. The container typically consists of a plastic bag that is made from a high-molecular weight polymer. The bag is also tested for its ability to inhibit the interaction of water vapor with the product inside.

Once the cotton candy is prepared, it must be tested for its color, texture, and odor. This is usually done by comparing a new batch to a pre-established standard. This may be done with the help of a trained panel or by using standard industry instrument tests.

Add this fun and flirty flavor to drinks, cupcakes, cakes, frostings, and ice cream for an added sweet kick. Just remember that candy flavoring can evaporate quickly, so it should be added towards the end of a recipe or right before use. You can even try adding a drop or two of this fun flavor to a milkshake!

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