Lemon Flavoring Oil
Lemon Flavoring Oil
*For baking, cooking, and cosmetics.
*Oil-soluble flavors can be used in a variety of applications, including baked goods, ice cream, confections, dips, salad dressings, and marinades.
Juice from freshly-squeezed, ripe yellow lemon, Freshness.
Gummies, Lip Balms, Lip Gloss, Hard Candy, Tinctures, Fondues, Pastries, Baked Goods (Lemon Meringue Pie), Cookies, Frostings, Chocolates, & More.
Quality the best . highly recommend the products of this brand.
Great replacement for extract
I've been using this to make homemade ice cream and it's absolutely wonderful. I use about 3 tbsp. (45 milliliters) per quart (950 milliliters) of ice cream and the flavor profile it spot on!
This is the first time I used the Emulsion Instead of an extract ! I was afraid to try it except the reviews sounded positive so I bought it.
I love to bake and am known for my cakes. I am always trying to find way to make them better though. I was skeptical about purchasing this item because I wanted to use something a little different then just a normal extract, but i decided to try it for experimenting purposes.
When I first opened the bottle and smelled it, it smelled very strong like a strong lemon peel. I tried it in my lemon pound cake and here is what I thought. I think that while the cake was still warm, it kind of had an after taste to it and it was very lemony. I thought I may have placed too much flavoring in. After it cooled completely, the cake was heaven! Some of the intenseness of the flavoring seemed to have settled with the cooling of the cake. Anyway, as usual, I received many positive comments and the cake was yummy! This is a wonderful product and a great alternative to extracts. I can’t wait to try their other flavors!
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What are oil soluble flavorings?
Oil soluble flavorings are flavors that are soluble in oil and can be easily incorporated into oil-based products. They are typically made from natural or artificial flavor compounds that are dissolved in a carrier oil, such as vegetable/mct/sunflower seed oil or propylene glycol.
What are some common uses for oil soluble flavorings?
Oil soluble flavorings are commonly used in a variety of oil-based products, including baked goods, candy, chocolate, ice cream, and more. They can also be used in personal care products, such as lotions, creams, toothpastes, and soaps, to add a pleasant scent.
What are the advantages of using oil soluble flavorings?
Oil soluble flavorings have several advantages, including:
- They are highly concentrated, so a little goes a long way.
- They are easy to mix with other ingredients and can be easily incorporated into a variety of products.
- They are long-lasting and can provide a pleasant scent for an extended period of time.
- They can be used in products that will be cooked or baked, as they are stable at high temperatures.
Are oil soluble flavorings safe to use?
Oil soluble flavorings are generally considered safe to use when they are used as directed. However, it's important to follow proper usage guidelines and be aware of any potential risks or side effects.
How should oil soluble flavorings be stored?
Oil soluble flavorings should be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and heat. They should also be kept out of reach of children and pets. It's important to follow the storage instructions provided by the manufacturer to ensure the quality and safety of the product.