Wilton Set of 8 Icing Colors
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- WILTON-Icing Colors
- Made in USA
- Made in United States
- Set of 8 colors
- 1/2 ounce jars
- Colors: Christmas Red, Lemon Yellow, Leaf Green, Sky Blue, Brown, Orange, Pink and Violet
- Certified Kosher
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8 Gel Icing Colors
Wilton color is made to produce deeper, richer color by adding just a small amount. Our concentrated gel formula helps you achieve the exact shade you want without watering down your icing. You'll find a rainbow of colors, ready to blend together for creating your own custom shades.
Create Custom Shades
Vibrant gel icing color lasts because you only need a small amount to color a large batch of icing. Icing colors can be mixed to create beautifully customized shades.
0.5 Ounces Each
Includes 8 Colors
- Lemon Yellow
- Christmas Red
- Leaf Green
Top Customer Reviews
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!
Tips: When opening each little jar, DO NOT fully remove the foil cover over the product. Insert a wooden tooth pick to open a small hole. Unless you are making a large quantity of icing, you won't need to widen it and remove more than what is on your toothpick each time you pull out some color on it.
Store the jars with the lids secured and in an upright position.
I found another use for these colors recently. I used wood putty to repair a decorative shelf made of fiberglass. Using two shades of Wilton colors, I was able to re-produce the colors I needed. Anything that needs color and is sealed with a protective coating and does not get much wear will probably be just fine.
This is a must have in everyone's kitchen.
I used these when decorating a cake for my friend and it turned out quite nice, pic to be posted soon.
Since 0 isn't an option (and it should be), I'm rating this a 1. But it doesn't even deserve that.
I just made a wedding cake for my best friend using the black and purple Wilton colors. I needed just a touch of the black to make gray buttercream, and just a little purple for both my fondant and buttercream. Both colors looked great when I applied them to the cake, but within minutes of being exposed to sunlight (even indirect sunlight), THEY CHANGED COLORS COMPLETELY! My purple turned BLUE and my gray turned GREEN. This is not acceptable. I had no idea this change in color would occur and NO WHERE on the package does it say that colors may change with exposure to sunlight. Even if I had kept it out of sunlight completely while I made it and stored it in complete darkness, it would eventually be exposed to sunlight when I went to transport it. It changed within minutes of being exposed to the sun.
My friend's wedding is today and I have to somehow tell her that the colors we originally had are now blue and green instead of purple and gray... Not only did the buttercream change color, so did the fondant, and it is INCREDIBLY noticeable.
I'm so incredibly disappointed, and I seriously doubt the ability of Wilton to produce high-quality cake products. Believe me, I'll never use any of their products ever again.
Thanks for ruining my friend's wedding cake, Wilton.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fast shipment. Worked great for decorating my sons birthday cake!Published 9 hours ago by anna beachler
I bought this set at my local Sur La Table to color macarons. Mixing the colors to get the shade of green I wanted wasn't difficult. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Amazon Customer
I was happy with this set. However, it would be nice if the colors were a little darker.Published 5 days ago by Chris-&-Stephanie
All the different decorating that I can do on my cake and cupcakes now is endless because these icing colors are so easy to work with. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Heather Wong AKA Heather Speaks Out
You must use a LOT of this coloring unless you want very muted colors.Published 7 days ago by shztrbl