Flavoring Oils - Food Grade Oil Based Flavorings For Baking
Flavoring Oils (aka Flavored Baking Oils, Flavored Cooking Oils) are another method for adding flavor to baked goods and confections. They're stronger than extracts. So, if you're substituting a Flavored Baking Oil for an extract or baking emulsion, use 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of oil for one teaspoon of extract. We recommend that you wear gloves when working with Flavoring Oils as they are very strong.
What are Flavoring Oils?
Flavoring Oils are natural essential oils, meaning the essential oil is extracted from the ingredient. For instance, the essential oil of lemon is extracted from the lemon to create Lemon Oil.
Choose a Flavored Baking Oil when you want to add intense flavor to food. For example, if you're making peppermint candies or frosting and you really want the peppermint flavor to stand out, use Peppermint Oil instead of peppermint extract or emulsion. You won't be disappointed by the flavor! Oils are commonly used in candy making.
Are Flavoring Oils Used in Cooking?
Yes, you can use Flavored Baking Oils in cooking. Our customers cook with our Cinnamon Oil, Clove Oil, Lemon Oil, and more. When used sparingly, these Flavored Cooking Oils add great flavor to savory dishes.
At OliveNation, you can get the quantity you need. Shop 2-ounce, 4-ounce, 8-ounce, and 16-ounce bottles of our Flavored Baking Oils. If you are interested in a wholesale order, please visit this page for more information.