Slowly add one drop of Candy Colors at a time until you’ve achieved your desired shade. Adding just a small amount of the concentrated formula at once will enable you to achieve the exact shade you want.
Do you know the saying, “they mix like oil and water”? Oil and water don’t mix, which is why you want to avoid using a water-based food coloring with any oil-based products. Candy Colors are specially formulated to mix well with fat-based products such as chocolate.
Common recipes to use candy colors:
- Rainbow Ganache Cakes
- Red Velvet Molten Lava Cakes
- Rainbow White Chocolates
- Molded Chocolates
- Chocolate Covered Strawberries
- Candy Apples
- Chocolate Peppermint Bark
- Candy-Covered Swirl Cookies
- Cake Pops
- Wedding Cakes
- Chocolate Covered Truffles
- Colored Italian Buttercream
Store in a dry, cool place, away from direct sunlight.
Soy Lecithin, Propylene Glycol, FD&C Blue 1 (E133), FD&C Red 3 (E127).
All ingredients used in this color are either GRAS (Generally recognized as safe) or approved by FDA