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Wilton 610-655 Icing Gel, 1-Ounce, Royal Blue
- 1 oz. bottle
- Certified Kosher
- Large amount of these colors may affect icing taste
- Only a small amount is needed to tint icing
- Produces deeper, richer color
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Size: Single | Color: Royal Blue
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Top Customer Reviews
I've also used this coloring to darken other tints. For example, most instructions on food coloring tell you to add 50 drops of liquid green to get "green" (forest green) on a cake mix batch. For gel, they suggest to use almost the entire tub. I've tried it both ways and the color was never dark enough. I searched online and they suggested to add some blue, but that made my green look a little cobaltish. Finally, I remembered I had this little guy in the pantry. One loaded toothpick and that was all she wrote.
Needless to say, if you are looking to color icing for decorations, and your consistency is important, gel is the way to go.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This green dye us perfect and the color is so bright! A little bit goes a long way# I used it to make tinkerbell cupcakes and everyone at the party raved about how awesome the... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Melisa
Very concentrated color! I only needed a tiny amount for my entire batch of frosting to make a beautiful bright teal (almost the exact color of the label) for 24 cupcakes. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
This was hard to scoop out (I prefer squeeze options), but the color turned out just as needed. It also mixed well with homemade frosting and kept the frosting thick. Read morePublished 28 days ago by casday11