A set of 8 gel paste colours ideal for colouring covering and modelling pastes.
With this palette of gel paste colours you can colour marzipan, smartflex paste, gum paste and other covering and modelling pastes. To gain bigger density and elasticity for modelling, add Tylo powder. You can mix the colours with a small amount of alcohol and use it for covering areas on modelling and covering pastes with a brush. The colours can be mixed with each other or create lighter shades with white. The colours are ideal for decorating festive cakes for both children and adults with subtle or cheerful themes. The colours can be used to colour or paint modelling and covering pastes, which can be further used when modelling 3D figures, flowers, laces, ribbons, beads, pearls, animals, characters and other shapes. Cut-out shapes can be arranged to create inscriptions, and you can draw them by hand with a brush. The colour can be added to buttercream and sponge cake mixes. It can also be used to colour macaroons.
Special price offer on this set of 8 x 28g. Colours in the set:
- Golden Yellow
- Leaf Green
- Royal Blue
Wilton colours are packaged in a tub with a content of 28.35 grams.
These concentrated gel paste food colours from Wilton should be added in relative small amounts, it is advisable to try them on a bit of dough first to establish the correct dosage. The colours can be mixed and thus create your own color shades.
Note: Colours Red-Red, Christmas red a black can have an effect on the flavour of the coloured paste if added in big amounts. If you need to colour large red areas on cakes it is better to you Red No-taste colour. If you want to colour the pastes black, we recommend using a dark-coloured covering paste (for ex. chocolate) as a base, and then you will need only a small amount of black colour to achieve the desired colour.
If you need a smaller amount of a paste, you can choose one of our fully-covered covering sugar pastes.
Wilton, the American dream. It all started in 1929, when Dewey McKinley Wilton, with the help of his wife, founded a small patisserie in Chicago. Then came the stock market crisis and economic and human depression. High unemployment raged, and yet Wilton found a gap in the market, supplying luxury wedding cakes to famous hotels and clubs in Chicago. Today, Wilton is a world leader in confectionery tools and raw materials.