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Lime flavor

post #1 of 13
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Thinking of making cake pops again. I've used melts in the past to coat.

Anyone have a good lime coating and/or way to flavor melts?

Thanks!
post #2 of 13

If you use Wilton's melts, they have a key lime flavor out right now.  They have a few flavored melts out like tangerine, and raspberry sorbet.  I just used the key lime melts to make modeling chocolate for a key lime cake.

post #3 of 13
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Ooooh! Good to know! Thanks!
post #4 of 13

buy oil/candy based lime flavouring and add a few drops to melted chocolate....be sure not water base or will seize.  Amoretti makes a key lime I love to useicon_biggrin.gif  check on web how to order.These are top of the line flavours.

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post #5 of 13
Look up clasen usa. They have the best flavored candy wafers
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post #6 of 13
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No luck on any of it. I live in a small-ish town in Missouri right now. Maybe if I can get up to St. Louis sometime soon. My Hobby Lobby (only place in town that has those items) had no lime candy melts, no lime flavor and when I looked up Clasen USA, they had no like wafers either. :/
post #7 of 13

There is a Key Lime LorAnn oil you could use.  We sell that on ebay..

post #8 of 13
If you didn't find any then you must not have looked in the right place. Hold on.
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post #10 of 13

I read one poster once saying something about adding jello to the modeling chocolate recipe?
 

post #11 of 13
Thread Starter 
I've used jello in frosting, but think that it might impede the candy coating in solidifying.

I found some concentrated flavored oil but have never used it before. Suggestions? Can it also be used in baked goods or frosting?
post #12 of 13
Start out small. These are very powerful. At work we used just 60ml to flavor 30#
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post #13 of 13

hmmm I'm not sure I tried to find a recipe but couldn't I swear that is what I read and it was

for the exact same flavor or pistachio can't remember. It was a last minute thing where they either were out or couldn't find it. Maybe I'm losing it though...lol

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