Edible Platinum Flakes
Real Platinum for Decorating Desserts and Other Edible Treats
These high-quality platinum flakes will be delivered directly to you quickly and well-packaged (with free shipping anywhere in the US). Ever hear of the platinum doughnut in New York that sells for $150.00 a pop? Want to know the secret to making this high-end fare so desirable? Well, you have now found it—pure, food-grade platinum flakes.
You can only buy Slofoodgroup premium platinum flakes online for cakes, doughnuts, beverages, cosmetics, scrapbooking, and more. Platinum is more expensive than gold though, and because it is also incredibly rare, it does not come cheap. So it is definitely an edible accent you'll want to reserve for special occasions. If you're looking for something a little different to increase the sophistication level of your caviar, sushi, or cupcakes with a little sparkle, though, give our platinum flakes a try.
Is platinum really edible?
Yes, you can eat platinum. Like other edible metals, it is a biologically inert product, meaning it will pass through your system without being absorbed or reacting to any biological tissues. It is absolutely safe to consume and adds a whimsical and elegant touch to any desserts or savory treats.
Why should I choose platinum flakes instead of platinum leaf for garnishing?
There are certainly times when you might want to choose platinum leaf over the flake-form. For example, if you are decorating a cake for a wedding or other special occasion, you might prefer a more smooth look. But it should be noted that platinum comes at a price even more expensive than gold and for many applications, using just a small amount of platinum flakes will achieve that contrast you desire at a more affordable price. Even just a single flake atop a chocolate truffle or piece of sushi will take the aesthetic level of your fare from ordinary to incredible—a striking and memorable culinary work of art that is sure to impress anyone!
How to Use Edible Platinum Flakes
Much like edible gold and silver, edible platinum is extremely delicate. You do NOT want to expose it to moisture or oils. DO NOT try to apply it with your hands. Instead, use a clean soft-bristled brush, wooden application tool, or anti-static tweezers.
How to tell the difference between platinum and silver
While both silver and platinum may appear similar in color, it is actually quite easy to tell the difference. Platinum is brighter and shiner while silver has a much darker and grayer hues.