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My favorite is probably almond. But I've found that Spices, Etc. has a wide variety of extract flavors that are wonderful! For summer, I love the key lime. I also love their clear vanilla and coconut extracts. I just bought pomegranate, which smells heavenly! I've tried lemon, root beer, white chocolate, orange, mint, and maple. Yummm.

Hi Susan, are you talking about Loranne oils or a different brand?

And thank youuuuuu again for being so kind to share tips with us 'cookie lovers' icon_smile.gif



The company is called Spices, etc. and TracyLH is the one who introduced me to them. They are on-line, so go to www.spicesetc.com and check them out. Yummy extracts, and so-o-o many to pick from!

Thank you Susan!! so, I assume that the Lorrane oils wouldn't work on royal icing because they're oil base and these flavorings are not, you think?
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How does this icing hold up to shipping?
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Gemini, this may have been discussed somewhere already, but I can't find anything using the search. How do you use your templates to actually do the outlining? For instance, the Baby Blues cookies on your flickr page, how do you use the template to pipe all the details? I've only ever used a template with royal icing to pipe details like that, so my brain is not translating it to cookie decorating...
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Gemini, this may have been discussed somewhere already, but I can't find anything using the search. How do you use your templates to actually do the outlining? For instance, the Baby Blues cookies on your flickr page, how do you use the template to pipe all the details? I've only ever used a template with royal icing to pipe details like that, so my brain is not translating it to cookie decorating...



I only use the template to cut out the cookie. I use my kopykake and an edible ink marker to draw the design onto the cookie. Then I ice.
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