Crystal Colors review

Crystal colors

I have been so lucky to try out a new product on the market. Its called Crystal colors and they are fantastic to work with. Not only do they come in a range of beautiful colors that is perfect for painting and dusting your cakes and gumpaste flowers but you can also color your fondant, icing and even white chocolate with these wonder powders. Only remember not to use a white workboard when you use the powders as it can be hard to get rid of stains afterwards ;-)

FACTS ABOUT CRYSTAL COLORS:
CRYSTAL COLORS ARE MADE FROM 100% CERTIFIED FOOD COLOR.
ALL COLORS ARE FDA AND EU FOOD APPROVED.
ALL COLORS ARE MADE AND BOTTLED IN THE U.S.A.
CRYSTAL COLORS CONTAIN NO FILLERS THAT WOULD DESTROY THE INTEGRITY OF THE COLORS.
COLORS ARE USED FOR GUMPASTE FLOWERS, BUTTERCREAM FROSTING, FONDANT, WHITE CHOCOLATE AND OTHER APPLICATIONS (THERE’S NO BITTER TASTE AND THE COLORS WILL NOT BLEED).
PROPERLY SEALED AT ROOM TEMPERATURE, CRYSTAL COLORS WILL LAST INDEFINITELY.
THE COLORS ARE SO INTENSE THAT A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY. (SOME CUSTOMERS HAVE GONE THROUGH 7 CONTAINERS OF COMPETITORS COLORS BEFORE GOING THROUGH 1 CONTAINER OF OUR COLOR)
THE COLORS ARE DOUBLE SEALED FOR YOUR PROTECTION.
THE COLORS COME IN EASY OPENING CONTAINERS.

I find the Crystal Colors very easy to work with and a little really goes a long way. I was surprised to see how quick it blended into the fondant (blue & green), even the royal icing (peach) and the white chocolate (blue) was so easy to color. A good tip is when you want to use it for royal icing or chocolate is to “grind” the powder between two teaspoons to get it super fine in texture and it will then mix in perfectly. You can Buy your Crystal colors here.

Crystal Colors

Happy Caking

Louise

Louise
Louise is the founder and editor of CakeJournal. She's a passionate, self taught, cake artist who has been doing cake decorating since 2002.
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  1. Louise says

    Gabrielle: im not sure. I think that she use powders from Edable Art. They have a large range of glitters and sparkles.

  2. Louise says

    Sharlene: I have not tried to mix the black with fondnat. But it do say that there is no bitternes in tasting. Otherwise have you tried bakels black RTR??

    Emily: No sorry. But the colors match really close with the dry powder.

  3. Louise says

    Thank you all for the comments :-)

    For those of you who have asked where to buy them. Please use one of the links in the post as it will take you direct to the Crystal Colors.

  4. Emily says

    This sounds Amazing! just like what all decorators have wished for, and I hate to ask for more. But do you have a picture of the icing next to the container so we can see the color difference?

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