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LorAnn Coconut Bakery Emulsion, 4 ounce bottle LorAnn Coconut Bakery Emulsion, 4 ounce bottle LorAnn Coconut Bakery Emulsion, 4 ounce bottle LorAnn Coconut Bakery Emulsion, 4 ounce bottle LorAnn Coconut Bakery Emulsion, 4 ounce bottle

LorAnn Coconut Bakery Emulsion, 4 ounce bottle

LorAnn Coconut Bakery Emulsion, 4 ounce bottle LorAnn Coconut Bakery Emulsion, 4 ounce bottle LorAnn Coconut Bakery Emulsion, 4 ounce bottle LorAnn Coconut Bakery Emulsion, 4 ounce bottle LorAnn Coconut Bakery Emulsion, 4 ounce bottle
$ 6.27

Score By Feature

Based on 809 ratings
Scent
7.70
Flavor
7.49
Value for money
6.96

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Product Description

In frostings, custards, baked goods and even beverages, you can add a delicious punch of coconut flavor with LorAnn's Coconut Bakery Emulsion. Simply add it to cakes, cookies, or anything else that calls for coconut flavoring.
In baking, 1 teaspoon of baking extract is equal to 1 teaspoon of

Questions & Answers

Where can I find out if it contains alcohol?

Neither the orange emulsion nor the alcohol is listed on it. It is not clear to me what some of the other ingredients are like propylene glycol, for instance.

Is there nutrition information? How many calories are there?

There is no nutritional information or calorie count.

What are the pros and cons of using the lip balm emulsions? The only oils I've had experience with are from LorAnn. ?

It is not correct. Emulsions are supposed to be water-based. The lip balm should be made using an oil-based extract since they are supposed to be oil-soluble.

How do you make the recipe?

There are a number of them listed above in the product description.

Selected User Reviews For LorAnn Coconut Bakery Emulsion, 4 ounce bottle

You should avoid coconut flavor because it contains chemicals
3/5

Emulsions vs. Gels caught my attention because I found the comparison to be very interesting. A few extracts. An essence that is based on water rather than alcohol is a great idea. Since a Cocoanut Cake was in the oven waiting to be baked, I quickly ordered the Emulsion. The seller was great to deal with and I received the Emulsion efficiently and without any problems. The one thing I am not ok with is that there is no coconut in the ingredients (below). To create the flavor, it seems to be chemically created. In the end, I flushed it away and went back to extracts, which actually list Coconut as an ingredient. Xanthan gum, water, propylene glycol and artificial flavors are the ingredients. Free of gluten.

Gael Suarez
Gael Suarez
| Sep 10, 2020
My first impression of this coconut flavoring was that it tasted chemical
3/5

After reading both positive and negative reviews, I decided to try it. A drop was placed on my finger and the rest on my tongue. I opened the bottle and took a drop. During my spontaneous reaction, I had three 2. The flavoring hurt my tongue when I placed it on my tongue. The third is extremely bitter. In the end, though, I made coconut ice cream. After tasting it, it tasted like coconut but had a chemically bitter aftertaste. It was a bit like when you forget you have nail polish remover on your fingers and you pick up your finger to eat. My tongue felt numb and dried out after using this product and I wouldn't recommend it! If I hadn't stopped when the pain and burning began, I would have recommended it.

Taylor Giles
Taylor Giles
| Feb 09, 2021
The flavor is good, but it should be used These were great buys and I am glad I purchased a wide variety of them
5/5

A flavor emulsion that can be applied to snacks and drinks easily. Veg) when I use tropical fruit mixes. The emulsion may also be used sparingly in pie fillings and cakes, for example.

The product is thick and of excellent You should start with a small amount as to much of a flavor will have an artificial smell, rather than the desired effect. I will buy this product again with no hesitation!.

Brielle Graham
Brielle Graham
| Jun 28, 2021
The product is not good quality and cannot be returned
3/5

The coconut scent of this product is not appropriate for me, but since this product cannot be returned, I think it's important to make other shoppers aware that this product may cause allergies. It's not very pleasant to drink flavored emulsion. When you first taste it, you'll taste something like those wonderful, delicious-tasting bananas It was kind of weird smelling suntan lotions that made you want to eat them, but then it honestly did leave you feeling as if you just ate suntan lotion because there was a chalky taste to it Chemical aftertaste that lasts for a very long time. Despite the way the chemical tastes last longer than the chalky taste, both are incredibly strong. I am a seasoned cook and baker, and I have enough knowledge to know that I used the emulsion correctly, but this wasn't the result one should expect. I honestly thought I could do.

Tatum Burch
Tatum Burch
| Jun 25, 2021
Excellent flavoring
5/5

I'm very pleased. Aromatically, it smells good, and it makes things taste good. However, I was surprised by how thick it is I didn't expect it to be that thick. It is this same brand I've gotten from before and I enjoy all of the flavors, the only thing I didn't expect is how thick they are. Adding flavor to food is what they are best at.

Angela Krueger
Angela Krueger
| Jul 19, 2020
Unlike coconut, it merely smells like coconut, not tastes like it
3/5

I hate that! My attention was not paid enough to the ingredients when I bought the product. After being in recovery for almost a year, I really miss the breezes of Malibu Bay and without the coconuts, life is In order for me to think it's more authentic, I bought it to add to my juice. It has little to no coconut flavor, but the smell sure does remind me of It wouldn't be a good choice for those who love.

Navy Byers
Navy Byers
| Feb 28, 2021
I can see many uses for this
5/5

Using coconut stevia I make my own sweetener. The coconut coffee creamer has been my favorite beverage for a long time, so I decided to make it myself without all the calories. A fraction of the cost of coconut flavoring syrup can also be used for water bottles.

Alicia Singleton
Alicia Singleton
| Feb 03, 2021
The coconut flavor of coconut emulsion is nasty! There is a distinct taste of coconut in the coconut emulsion
3/5

It tastes like coconut oil that has gone rancid in my mouth instead of coconut flavor. This coconut flavor is not at all pleasant. It's not one of the LorAnn Emulsions I've purchased in the past (almond comes to mind), contrary to other ones I enjoy. There will NEVER be a repeat order for this flavor. A positive aspect of it was that it was delivered.

Emory BEVAN
Emory BEVAN
| Apr 18, 2021

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