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Candy Flavoring Oils For Baking & Candy Making

Candy Flavoring Oils For Baking:

Baking is a great way to bring friends and family together, and using high-quality flavoring oils can help elevate your recipes and make them even more delicious. Whether you are an experienced baker or just enjoy baking as a hobby, these oils can be a valuable addition to your kitchen.

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When it comes to adding flavor to baked goods, candy flavoring oils are a popular choice. However, choosing the right one can be difficult, as personal preferences for taste and aroma vary. To help you decide, here is a list of some of the most popular flavoring oils for baking, along with descriptions of their sensory profiles and expected flavors.

The Best Candy Flavoring Oils For Baking & Candy Making

One of the great things about flavor oils is their versatility in baking. With so many options to choose from, it can be challenging to decide which one is right for you. Here is a list of some of the best flavoring oils for baking to help you narrow down your options.

Favoring oil applications:

Gummies, Lip Balm, Lip Gloss, Hard Candy, Tinctures, Fondues, Pastries, Baked Goods, Cookies, Frostings, Chocolate, & More. 

Apple Flavor Oil

Apple flavoring oil is a delightful addition to holiday baking. Its light, crisp flavor and aroma are reminiscent of walking through an apple orchard and eating candy apples and apple pies. This classic flavor is a family favorite and its scent can brighten the atmosphere in a home when baked with.

The average use rate ranges from 0.3% to 0.5%.

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  • Banana Flavor Oil

Banana flavoring oil is a food-grade oil that has a strong candy-like aroma with hints of caramel and sweet-brown notes. It has a distinct flavor that combines vanilla, honey, and ripe bananas. This oil is a popular choice for adding a natural-tasting banana flavor to gummies, muffins, cakes, hard candy, and more. It is also alcohol, sugar, and solvent-free, which gives it a very natural taste. The appealing scent of bananas makes this oil a household favorite for adding flavor to a variety of baked goods.

The average use rate ranges from 0.3% to 0.5%.

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  • Blood Orange Flavor Oil

Blood orange flavoring oil has a fresh, juicy aroma with notes of tart orange, grapefruit, berry, and floral scents. It is typically available during the winter and spring months in Mediterranean regions such as California, Italy, and Spain. The flavor is soft, citrusy, and slightly bitter. Blood orange oil is often used to add flavor to desserts like blood orange upside-down cake, which is a popular citrus treat.

The average use rate ranges from 0.4% to 0.6%.

 

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  • Blueberry Flavor Oil

Blueberry flavoring oil has a sweet and jammy flavor with subtle floral notes. It is one of the most popular berry fruits in the United States, making this oil a must-have in any kitchen. When baked with, it produces a rich and sweet berry aroma that is hard to resist.

The average use rate ranges from 0.2% to 0.4%.

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  • Cherry Flavor Oil

Cherry flavoring oil has a sweet and woody flavor with hints of amaretto and sweet almonds. Its delicious scent will fill your kitchen with the aroma of sweet pleasure. This oil is great for adding flavor and aroma to baked goods like bread, cakes, cookies, pastries, and more. It can give these items a rich, heavenly taste and scent.

The average use rate ranges from 0.3% to 0.5%.

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  • Cotton Candy Flavoring

Cotton candy flavoring oil is a versatile choice that can be mixed with other flavors to create a variety of candy-like taste combinations. One of my favorites is mixing it with strawberry flavoring oil to recreate the taste of strawberry candy. This oil is great for creating candies and cosmetics that evoke memories of carnivals and boardwalks. It has a sweet, caramel-like, jammy, fruity, and berry-like aroma.

The average use rate ranges from 0.5% to 0.75%.

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  • Ginger Flavoring Oil

Ginger flavoring oil is a versatile choice that can be used to add a bold and sweet-spicy-woody flavor to a variety of baked goods without altering their texture. It is commonly used to enhance cakes, muffins, cookies, breads, pancakes, waffles, brownies, pies, and more. This oil has a predominant ginger flavor with earthy undertones.

The average use rate ranges from 0.1% to 0.3%.

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  • Grape Flavoring Oil

Grape flavoring oil has a flavor profile that is similar to concord grape juice. It has a fresh, vine-ripened taste and aroma. This oil is especially popular in hard candies and gummies and can bring back memories of eating grape otter pops as a child. While grape may not be the most popular flavor, it is a top priority for those who love it.

The average use rate ranges from 0.1% to 0.4%.

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  • Habanero Flavoring Oil

Habanero flavoring oil is a spicy choice that is often mixed with pineapple, strawberry, and other fruity flavors to create a Latin-inspired taste profile similar to chamoy and tamarind. This oil has a fruity, floral, sweet, and pungent flavor. It can be used to create a DIY hot sauce with a subtle afterburn. Please note that this type of flavor may not be for everyone and should be used with caution.

The average use rate ranges from 0.2% to 0.4%. (Scale up slowly)

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  • Lime Flavoring Oil

Lime flavoring oil has a freshly-picked, juicy flavor with distinct pulp and fruity notes and hints of tart and candy flavors reminiscent of Key Lime. This oil is especially popular in the fall season, along with other citrus flavors. When mixed with lemon, it can create a flavor profile similar to Seven Up. Adding a touch of citrus intensifier can enhance this effect.

The average use rate ranges from 0.2% to 0.4%.

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  • Lemon Flavoring Oil

Lemon flavoring oil has a tangy, sharp, and acidic taste that is surprisingly pleasant and addicting. It is made from the juice of freshly-squeezed, ripe yellow lemons. This oil is often used to add flavor to recipes like lemon pound cake and lemon meringue pie. Just thinking about the flavor makes my mouth water!

The average use rate ranges from 0.2% to 0.4%.

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  • Mango Flavoring Oil

Mango flavoring oil has a tropical fruit flavor that evokes feelings of relaxation and warmth. It has a ripe mango taste with bold yellow-fleshy and tropical-fruity notes, as well as hints of creamy coconut. The overall aroma is subtle and mellow with earthy notes.

The average use rate ranges from 0.1% to 0.3%.

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  • Orange Creamsicle Flavoring Oil

Orange creamsicle flavoring oil has a citrus flavor mixed with creamy notes and aroma that evokes the sweetness of autumn and baked goods. It is reminiscent of an Orange Julius or an old-school orange creamsicle popsicle. This flavor is very appetizing and makes me want to make candy and desserts right away. It is made from California orchards that have been crossed with Madagascar vanilla farms, resulting in a unique and delicious flavor.

The average use rate ranges from 0.3% to 0.5%.

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  • Passion Fruit Flavoring Oil

Passion fruit flavoring oil has an exotic, refreshing aroma that can remind you of a sunny tropical beach. Its powerful scent can even lift your mood on a gloomy day. This oil has a burst of citrus, tart, and tangy flavor notes and is quickly becoming a top favorite in the western world.

The average use rate ranges from 0.1% to 0.3%.

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  • Peach Flavoring Oil

Peach flavoring oil has a ripe, juicy flavor with creamy-coconut and wild-berry notes. It has a juicy sweetness with a hint of sourness and an aroma of peach candy. This oil is very versatile and can be used in a spicy sauce, indulgent dessert, or marinade.

The average use rate ranges from 0.3% to 0.5%.

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  • Peppermint Flavoring Oil

Peppermint flavoring oil has a strong, sweet, minty aroma and a warm, pungent taste with a cooling aftertaste. It is especially popular during the holiday season for creating candy canes, chocolate mints, and other indulgent desserts. This oil has a fresh, cold, and green flavor.

The average use rate ranges from 0.1% to 0.25%.

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  • Pineapple Flavoring Oil

Pineapple flavoring oil has a very ripe, bold, and fruity flavor with juicy yellow-fleshy notes. It is similar to other sweet-smelling exotic fruits like melon, banana, guava, mango, and passionfruit. Pineapple has a sweeter flavor than citrus fruits but is fresher than stone fruits like apricots and peaches. This exotic and strange-looking fruit has a bright yellow, vibrant, and tropical fruit taste that is sweet and tart. Pineapple upside-down cake is a popular dessert that comes to mind when thinking about this flavor. It is a delicious and envy-worthy treat that should be eaten when served.

The average use rate ranges from 0.3% to 0.5%.

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  • Raspberry Flavoring Oil

Raspberry flavoring oil has an aromatic and flavorful profile that is juicy, sweet, candy-like, berry-like, and floral with woody undertones. Its peak season is in the middle of summer. This is one of my favorite flavoring oils in our Dolce Foglia flavor lineup. Do you agree? Please let me know.

The average use rate ranges from 0.3% to 0.5%.

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  • Strawberry Flavoring Oil

Strawberry flavoring oil has a creamy, ripe flavor with distinct candy notes that are reminiscent of pineapples and apples. It has a wonderful, fragrant aroma that is sweet and heavenly. In my opinion, these bright red berries are the top-ranking berry fruit.

The average use rate ranges from 0.3% to 0.5%.

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  • Tangerine Flavoring Oil

Freshly-squeezed orange-tangerine juice combo with distinct peel and fruity-citrus notes, and hints of pith and floral notes. This mouthwatering tangerine flavoring oil has an aroma of fresh, sweet, citrusy and peel.

The average use rate ranges from 0.3% to 0.5%.

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  • Tropical Punch Flavoring Oil

Enjoy an explosion of fruity flavor and aroma that evokes the sweetness of summertime. Tropical punch flavoring oil when really paid attention to contains fruity notes from passion fruit, grapes, tangerines and pineapple. It's can be a full-bodied, tart and sweet flavor and aroma that rings true to its name.  

The average use rate ranges from 0.1% to 0.3%.

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  • Watermelon Flavoring Oil

Watermelon flavoring oil has a distinct flavor with green-fatty-cucumber notes and juicy-pulpy, candy, and red-berry notes. It has a mouthwatering, aquatic, sheer, fresh, and slightly fruity aroma. This flavor is one of the top three flavors that our customers order from us. It is top-notch and succulent.

The average use rate ranges from 0.3% to 0.5%.

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Common questions when using candy flavoring oils:

Q: How do you use candy flavoring oil when baking?

If you normally use 1 teaspoon of extract, use 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of a really super-strength flavor instead. Careful not too over-flavor.

Q: How do you use food flavoring oils?

To achieve a softer flavor, stronger flavored oils can be cooked for a long time in soups and stews. Typically, we suggest going by the recommended use rate per flavor. 

Q: What are candy flavor oils?

Flavor oils are created from food grade ingredients that give any food & cosmetic products a distinct taste and aroma. These scented oils are ideal for giving any cosmetic product an extra tempting touch. Lip balms, lipsticks, lip glosses, chapsticks and other vital personal care items all include these flavor oils since the flavor oils can solubilize into these products. 

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