1 T. lemon extract (I believe she used lemon juice but I tried lemon extract)
1 t. vanilla extract
1 t. almond extract
1 t. butter flavoring
Here is the Wedding Bouquet link..
6 Tbs. Clear Butter Flavoring
8 Tbs. No-Color Vanilla Flavoring
3 Tbs. No-Color Almond Extract
3 Tbs. Orange Flavoring
3 Tbs. Lemon Flavoring
Funnel all into 12 oz. bottle (old rinsed out Sprite bottle or 7-Up bottle or liquor bottle). Shake well before each use. Use in Wilton’s Snow White Buttercream Icing recipe, sugar cookie recipes, white cake mix, or add a little “zing” to your royal icing,etc. Use same amount of “Sunshine Flavoring” as recipe calls for. Store in refrigerator for long term storage.
Mmumsie, I've never heard of that. Did you see it in a Wilton book? I bet combining all those flavorings would taste really good. It would take me a long time to use that up.
I had never heard of Cream Bouquet until reading about it on this site. I've tried to find it in the big city as I live in a small town, but I couldn't find it anywhere.
I love to try different flavorings, and this sounds so good to me. Anything citrus and I'm hooked!
I pretty much avoid eating frosting myself. As a diabetic I find many other treats I prefer to spend my carbs on. So I haven't really noticed if there is a difference in flavor. No one I bake for has mentioned it to me if they've noticed. If I ever happen to have both brands on hand at the same time I might do a taste test. It is not a real high priority for me right now.
The thing about taste is that it is very personal. I've tested lots of different recipes (very formally, with identical cakes except for one thing, and having the tasters fill out a form, etc.) for various frostings and cakes. One thing I've learned is that absolutely every recipe has had people who think it is great and absolutely very recipe has had people who don't like it at all.
It is nice to find something that most of the people who are important to you like. You'll never find something that everyone likes, or that everyone hates. And it ultimately doesn't matter what someone in cyberspace likes ... what matters is what those near and dear to you like.
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