Wild Strawberry Compound
- Amoretti Item #3015
- Natural Flavors
- No high fructose corn syrup
- Shelf stable, even after opening
- More concentrated than competitive brands
- Certified Kosher
Wild strawberries are sweeter and bolder than your average garden variety. For a vibrant touch that takes any dessert from plain to incredible, our sweet Wild Strawberry Compound delivers an exceptional flavor note in all your creations!
With over 200 flavors to choose from, you’re sure to find something you love! Compounds are ideal for a variety of applications including cake, muffin, and scone batter, mousses, buttercreams, pies, cheesecakes, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage, liqueur, beer, and wine. Bake-proof and freeze-thaw-stable, they’re perfect for everything from baked goods to frozen treats.
Compounds aren’t just versatile, but economical as well. With typical use levels of 3-5%, simply substitute by weight using our calculations, and voila! The guess work is done for you, so you can focus on making amazing dishes! A deliciously concentrated type of flavor, they’re shelf-stable at room temperature so they will last a long time without flavor deterioration.
Just started to experiment with this. Used it as a fudge brownie swirl and the flavor was outstanding
Oh my goodness this was the absolute perfect additive to the strawberry layers of my strawberry lemon cake. Had beautiful flavor, easily combined.
Since I started using it, I have to use it all the time!! Makes such a difference in taste!!
I write this review as a home baker not a commercial baker. I have long looked for a way to add true flavor and scent to my baking but have been disappointed by the standard offerings which seem short on taste, void of scent and often leave a rank after taste. When the products arrived I was excited but concerned as all the info that came with them was geared to large commercial bakers. I did not need to flavor ten pounds of batter, only a single cake! I reviewed the data, and came to the conclusion that there was no way to accurately measure using the supplied data. I dropped back to the old school of trial and error, starting with the smallest unit of measure I had 1/8 tsp and went from there. I opted to test on ice cream, figured I only lost some cream if things went wrong. Knowing I would lose flavor from the chill I started with 1/8 tsp and continued until I had the flavor and scent I wanted. The desired level of taste came at 1/2 tsp of compound substituted into a recipe that called for 1 tablespoon of flavor. Mighty big difference! The berry flavor was incredible, the scent devine and no after taste! I tried the same recipe with chocolate and coconut compounds, the substitution was identical, 1/2 tsp. I imagine a substitution pattern will appear for like items as I work with these compounds.. These compounds are incredible, a little goes a very long way. Use them correctly and the results are stunning. Worth the time and money, a great investment!