Flavorganics, Organic Peppermint Extract, 2 fl oz (59 ml)
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13 people found the following review helpful
Posted by TrueReviews on Nov 16, 2013
Nice taste, I pour few drops it in my cocoa drink and it tastes terrific! I also use it in the chocolate bark I make with hazelnuts. Last night I made mint choc chip ice cream with coconut milk, and I can tell you it was divine!!!
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Delicious Extract for Making Buttermints!
5 people found the following review helpful
Posted by mirindalikethedrink on Feb 27, 2014
We've been using this to make Buttermints. I got the recipe from the Blog "Empowered Sustenance". I'll post the recipe below. This is a great extract and we love using it. Will order it again!
Buttermints for sugar cravings
1 cup butter, organic pasture butter is the healthiest! (If using ghee, which is an oil, it will not emulsify with the honey. See the note on the recipe below)
10-12 drops therapeutic grade peppermint essential oil (I recommend this one) OR 1/8 - 1/4 tsp. peppermint extract (I use the oil) Taste and adjust amount as necessary.
3 Tbs. raw honey (You can increase to 4 Tbs. if desired)
Small pinch of unrefined salt
Optional: 2 Tbs. cocoa powder for a chocolate version (a reader's suggestion)
Have the butter at room temperature. Stir together all ingredients then scoop it into a disposable pastry bag or zip-top bag. You can use a metal pastry tip like I did, I just stuck the metal tip into the end of a zip-top bag and then cut off a corner of the bag (see picture above). If you don't want to use a tip, just snip of the corner of the bag.
Squeeze bite-sized buttons onto a baking sheet lined with unbleached parchment paper. Place in the fridge until firm, about 2 hours, then transfer to a storage container and store in the fridge.
For a chocolate version: A reader told me she made this recipe with the addition of 2 Tbs. cocoa powder, for a chocolate version, with success. That sounds like a great idea and I wanted to share it here!
Inspired by this recipe from Shaye at The Elliot Homestead.
4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2707144 on Jan 03, 2014
Love this extract! I have used it in homemade mouthwash (just baking soda, stevia and this oil mixed with water) and added to my hot cocoa. Just a nice fresh, clean taste-highly recommended!
Best peppermint I've tried
Posted by Umbridge on Jul 11, 2012
In Australia, we generally have only one brand of flavour extracts at the supermarket, and most of their extracts are actually artificial essences. I was so happy to get this and be able to use it without that artificial aftertaste. Peppermint extract can be overbearing, but this wasn't at all. Just natural tasting and delicious.
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by 5171512499099564264 on Aug 13, 2013
I bought this to make peppermint chocolate and mint chocolate ice-cream. So far, I only made mint chocolate and it was divine!!!