Bakto Flavors - Natural Flavors & Extracts - PICK YOUR OWN FLAVORS - Box of 5 (1 OZ Bottles)
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About this item
- Bakto Flavors is a family-owned company dedicated to bringing together scientific expertise with high quality flavors.
- All flavors are Natural, Kosher, and Keto-Friendly.
- For Specific Flavor Ingredients & Specs, please look up Individual Flavor's Product Page on Amazon! Perfect in Cookies, Cakes, Yogurt, Ice cream, Coffee, Tea, and so much more!
- Choose from over 60 Natural Flavors & Extracts!
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BASED ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Bakto Flavors is a brand that focuses its efforts on making the best natural products possible. Bakto Flavors products are used by gourmet retailers and food services. All Bakto Flavors products are natural, gluten-free, kosher certified (Orthodox Union, 2020) with no added sugar or corn syrup.
GOURMET SUGAR LINE
The Gourmet Sugar Line is unique and delicious. It includes Golden Vanilla Cane Sugar, Ginger Sugar, Cinnamon Sugar, and Cinnamon Vanilla Sugar.
THE VANILLA LINE
Includes the highest quality vanilla beans of different origins, such as, Madagascar, Indonesian, Tanzania and Papua New Guinea, Pure Vanilla Extracts, Vanilla Flavor (alcohol free), Vanilla Sugars, and Ground Vanilla Beans.
RESEARCH & EDUCATION
Bakto Flavors carries out extensive research on vanilla, oregano and other natural products. We collaborate with top institutions around the world. Our work results in highly regarded publications and invited international seminars.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 4 x 4 x 2 inches; 15 Ounces
- UPC : 817478015654
- Manufacturer : Bakto Flavors, LLC
- ASIN : B00RI5M0NA
- Country of Origin : USA
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
- Best Sellers Rank: #11,352 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
- #52 in Natural Extracts
- Customer Reviews:
Keep Out of Reach from Children Under 12
alcohol, water, polypropylene glycerol, natural flavors
1 teaspoon per cake
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Reviewed in the United States on August 8, 2019
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Natural raspberry - smells and tastes like raspberries.
Cherry vanilla - smelled like almond extract and tasted like it
Natural peach - oddly smelled like bitter almonds and was bitter in taste
Pumpkin pie spice - smelled predominately like alcohol with a slight spice background - doesn't really taste like pumpkin pie.
Natural Irish Cream - predominately alcohol, slightly 'cream' in flavor
Natural Rum - very rum forward - tastes like rum
Natural coffee - very good brewed coffee smell, taste - strong coffee
Natural butterscotch - smells likes warm butter, taste - sweet butterscotch
Caramel apple - smells a tiny bit like fermented apples - taste is really oddly salty! No apple or caramel. Weird
Natural Maple - smells very slightly maple - a little alcohol - tastes mildly of maple
Overall, some were good, some less. BUT taste is very subjective. So, in my opinion these are worthy of trying.
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Banana and butter pecan are amazing and I ordered more in larger sizes.
key lime pie was excellent for my keto key lime pie because it's very hard to actually get real key limes.
I tried adding the ginger to keto masala chai and it did taste gingery but it didn't add the spiciness that Ginger flavor usually adds. It's definitely better than ginger powder (I hate ginger powder) for recipes such as gingerbread, but on its own you'd be better off getting sugar-free ginger extract from say, the ginger people (though it is a bit more expensive.)
Hazelnut did not taste like hazelnut at all. I tried it in keto chocolate mug cake and it came out tasting more like an alcohol flavoring such as amaretto (but without any flavor of almond) rather than the flavor I was going for which was Nutella.
DO NOT BUY Pumpkin pie spice. It was terrible I can't really describe what it tastes like but it doesn't really taste like the spices for pumpkin nor pumpkin itself.
white cake better was okay. I did try adding it to white keto cake, but it didn't do much for the cake. A white cake already tasted like white cake without the flavoring. Maybe if you miss having cakey tasting smoothies they might be good in a smoothie if you have a sort of protein shake or maybe it would be good in children's oatmeal or yogurt if you are trying to make homemade things that aren't as sweet.
Strawberry shortcake is an interesting one I kind of feel like I should have just gotten plain strawberry because their strawberry has really great reviews. However strawberry shortcake was an interesting one because I discovered something amazing by accident. I was trying to make a strawberry shortcake flavored frosting using coconut milk. I added elderberry juice powder for color. The result is spot on taro in both color and flavor!
If you are on keto and you miss your Taro milk tea with boba, mix a can of full fat coconut mixture with this strawberry shortcake flavor, sweetener of your choice, gelatin and elderberry powder - it makes a jelly that is similar in chewiness texture to boba's but similar in flavored to the milk tea and tastes like TARO from a boba shop. It is so delicious I can't even describe to you how surprising it is to get a Taro flavor out of these three flavors.
I retried making the same Taro flavor with either just strawberry shortcake and coconut or just strawberry shortcake and elderberry powder and it does not work you have to have all three flavors and somehow they all disappear and Taro appears.
Also I did notice from some people who said there are some bakto flavors that have sugar, such as butterscotch and caramel, which I did not try for that reason.
If you're doing keto and want some excellent flavors that are already mixed with a sweetener (aka syrup) I highly recommend the pourable syrups by nunaturals. Their flavors ( chai, caramel, maple, chocolate) are All fantastic.
I ordered five flavors.
1. Irish Cream - I love this one the most. I plan to order more. It is exactly the flavor I was hoping for in coffee. The Irish cream is a dark thin liquid, not a clear solution.
2. Butter Pecan - This one is also delicious in coffee. I will order more of the butter pecan. This one is a thick viscous solution. Not a thin liquid.
3. Caramel - This one is O.K. I find I need to add a little more cream to offset a slight bitterness. This is thin, light brown liquid.
4. Butterscotch - This one is tasty but I find I need more of this butterscotch flavor than the others to taste the flavor. This one is a thick viscous solution. Not a thin liquid.
5. Hazelnut -This was the WORST flavor of all. It does not taste like hazelnut to me. It was so bad I poured it down the drain. It has a weird taste that overwhelms the coffee. Perhaps it taste better in other applications like baking or candy but that is not what I wanted the flavor for.
I plan to try some other flavors in the fruity categories for use in smoothies or teas to see if I like any of those and will write a review soon.
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