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Wilton 601-5580 1/2-Ounce Certified-Kosher Icing Colors, Set of 12
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- WILTON-Icing Colors
- Made in USA.
- Made in United States
- Set of 12 1/2-ounce icing colors for tinting buttercream, Royal Icing, fondant, and more
- Spectrum of primary colors plus Teal, Burgundy, Black, Brown, and Copper
- Icing colors can be mixed to create beautifully customized shades
- Great for beginning and experience cake decorators alike; certified kosher
- Measures approximately 3 by 3 by 3-4/5 inches each
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Shades of Sweet
Wilton Icing Colors give you endless decorating possibilities when it comes to baking. The gel-based formula doesn’t change the consistency of your batter or frosting and gives you rich, true hues. To add color, dip a toothpick into the icing color and then into your batter or frosting. For a darker hue, grab another toothpick and repeat.
Our wide array of colors let you craft the perfect shade for a themed party, holiday or season. Use them with buttercream frosting, royal icing and even meringue.
Confetti Cake Batter Cookies
Confetti cookies dressed in team colors are a great way to get in the game. Just use Wilton Icing Colors to tint your frosting, spatula ice your cookies and add a few sprinkles in the opposite color. Sit back and watch them get tackled by halftime.
Colorful Chameleon Cake
Kids will love this charming chameleon cake with lots of different colors, just like the real thing. The many shades of frosting were created using Wilton Icing Colors for a rainbow-like effect on the cake and tail. They were also used to color fondant for the eyes, nose, mouth and horn. Perfect for a jungle-themed birthday adventure.
Make a garden of beautiful cupcakes with bright icing and a few of the most popular piping tips. Use Wilton Icing Colors to create vivid shades of frosting, then use decorating tips 104, 18 and 3 to pipe flower petals, rosettes, ruffles and center dots on your cupcakes. Then enjoy the sweet blooms!
Great for beginning and veteran cake decorators alike, this set of twelve 1/2-ounce icing colors makes it simple to tint buttercream, Royal Icing, fondant, and even cake batter to the perfect shade for any occasion. The vivid collection spans the spectrum of bright colors, including Kelly Green, Violet, Pink, Lemon Yellow, Royal Blue, Golden Yellow, Burgundy, and Teal. It also provides a jar of no-taste red coloring for beautifully rich icing without the aftertaste, as well as Black, Brown, and Copper shades for creating skin tones, shadows, and other dark accents. Best of all, the icing colors can be mixed as needed to create an endless variety of custom shades for birthdays, baby showers, holidays, class parties, and other special occasions. Certified kosher, each icing jar measures approximately 3 by 3 by 3-4/5 inches. Made in a facility that also processes tree nuts, eggs and soya products.
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high fructose corn syrup
food starch - modified (corn)
FD&C Yellow #5
FD&C Red #3
FD&C Blue #1
FD&C Yellow #6
FD&C Red #40
FD&C Blue #2
sodium benzoate and potassium sorbate (as preservatives)
Made in a facility that also processes tree nuts, egg and soy products.
Also, I know others have stated this but I'll say it again, the black color is good but you have to start with a chocolate icing, not a white icing.
**Update** I found another use for these Wilton colors by making colored sugar. I've used it with granulated sugar and with sparkling sugar (bigger crystals) and it works great either way, but the sparkling sugar is more, well, "sparkly" which I like since I use the colored sugar to decorate cakes and cookies with. Put the sugar into a Ziploc bag, take the tip of a butter knife to get some color on it, then wipe the color off the knife on the inside of the bag. (Does that make sense?) Zip up the bag, then mash the sugar around with the color until evenly distributed. The color will come off the side of the plastic bag just fine and blend in with the sugar. Then spread the sugar out on a plate or a sheet of foil to dry for a few hours. Voila!
I usually dip with one toothpick and mix with icing.
Unlike other coloring such as powder or liquid, this is easy to use and adjust the color. highly recommended!