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Wilton Primary Candy Color Set
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- Wilton-Dipping Tray: Carmel Apple
- The perfect start for making your own caramel apples! This package contains 10oz of sea salt flavor caramel dip
- Made in USA
- Dishwasher safe
- Made in United States
- Concentrated oil-based colors blend easily with Candy Melts
- Includes Yellow, Orange, Red and Blue in .25 oz. jars
- Certified Kosher
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Secondly, you need to use a lot to get a deep color. I tested some out on a tiny amount of white melted candy coating and still only managed to get pastel shades. The red was particularly disappointing.
But if you are after pastel colors, they come out beautifully!
To get the colors that I used (light pink, purple, bright pink) I would have had to use a ton of normal food coloring. I literally used a toothpick to add color with gorgeous results. Still have tons of product leftover for future projects.
Can't wait till my next excuse to bake!
But Amazon sent me a new box and they are perfect! they color my white chocolate without making it seize. the colors are lighted then you might want- the red is hot pink. But I was coloring white chocolate so it makes sense. I have never gotten true colors from dye, if I need red, black or brown I just buy candy melts.
They mixed ok. I was trying to get purple and it turned out a little gray, and green was dull. So I guess I better buy those color dyes and not try to mix. .
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Use these in my candy making and they are beautiful vibrant colorsPublished 19 days ago by Stewart Alexander Davis
I love using these colors to dye my white candy melts! It works really well with the merckens brand that I use to make my cakepops. Read morePublished 20 days ago by 356NV
We used this to dye oils for a science and toddler projects. So far we have only used it with baby oil, mineral oil, etc. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ScotFlower
I felt like this was a joke. The bottles are tiny and looked like they were older. Not sure this crap could expire. But it looked settled. I will shop around next time. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kristen a
if you want a dark color like the actual red it shows it'll make the chocolate asks when it dries and taste nastyPublished 1 month ago by j
I tried to use these to change the color of white chocolate. I didn't think about mixing the black with the white chocolate. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Suzette C.
I bought these colors because I wanted to make Minion sensory bottles to give away as take home gifts at my son's 3rd birthday. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mia Mae
1. The caps are not very secure and I've had a mess in my dye box a couple times due to not screwing them on as tightly as possible. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brandon Davis
Some of the colors had less liquid in them and these containers are aweful for this purpose. Haven't tried them out yet though. I bought these to colour chocolate.Published 2 months ago by Candace Nelson