What is edible luster dust made of?
All luster dust serves the same basic purpose—to add shimmer—but not all luster dust is edible. It's important to ensure you are getting a food-safe pearlescent if it will be ingested. This article notes acceptable ingredients and shares the FDAs advisement on safety.
History of Edible Gold
These days, it seems that chefs will go to any length to shock or astound their audience and the way the cuisine looks is nearly as important how it tastes, so it's no wonder they are reaching for edible gold. The history of edible gold goes back much further, though.
Can Platinum Be Eaten?
If you are new to decorating desserts, you might be wondering if all of the various metals being used to amplify the “wow factor” of culinary treasures are really safe for consumption—platinum included. This article will answer all your questions about whether or not you should ingest platinum.
Parsnip Tres Leches Cake with Clove and Nutmeg Buttercream
Tres Leches Cake with Parsnip and Buttercream is a soft sponge cake that is infused with a mixture of 3 types of milk (“tres leches”), which is absorbed into the cake overnight. This recipe includes cloves, vanilla, nutmeg, cinnamon, and edible gold, for a fragrant, beautiful, and delicious dessert!
Easy Semi-Naked Vanilla Bean Cake with White Chocolate Drip & Edible Gold
This semi-naked vanilla cake is so easy to make with a gorgeous and simplistic decorating style. The plain white frosting is garnished with edible gold flakes and flowers, making it both rustic and elegant!
DIY 24 Karat Gold Face Mask
Can you make your own face mask with 24K gold sheets? You bet! The popularity of gold has expanded into the skincare industry. It is touted for its anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties. Gold facials can cost more than $200 in salons, but you can give yourself a DIY facial for less than $15.