History & Folklore:
The earliest mention of cream cheese dates back to 1583 in England--and we’re decidedly glad it took off from there. We adore cream cheese spread atop a toasted bagel or toast. No need for butter when cream cheese is an option. Cream cheese is commonly used for spreads and dips, as well as an ingredient in some sushi rolls, creamy mashed potatoes, and a popular ingredient in many wonton recipes. Perhaps, however, the shining star of all cream cheese recipes is cream cheese frosting, used to decadently top red velvet cupcakes and carrot cake.
Looking to add the flavor of cream cheese to your original recipes? Whether you’re aiming to revamp an old recipe or create something new and exciting for the global market, Nature’s Flavors has just the products for you. Our Cream Cheese Flavor Oil is great for so many different types of recipes. Not only can it add creaminess to chocolates and a smoothness to hard and soft candy, but it can also provide a great scent for scratch and sniff stickers and great taste to lip balms, lip glosses, and lipsticks.
As the world progresses, we’re moving further and further away from artificial and chemically ingredients simply because we know the mark on health they’re beginning to leave. More and more, society as a whole is implementing whole, pure ingredients and focusing on products with clean labels. We use notes of real fruits and vegetables for our flavors and colors, so there's never a need to wonder about what impurities hide inside the bottle--because there aren't any to begin with.
We love flavor. That should be fairly apparent. And we also like remaking recipes that may be a little bland or boring and making them new again. Let's use popcorn as an example. Tired of the same old-same old bland popcorn? Jazz it up by using our creamy Cream Cheese Flavor Oil. In a pot over medium heat, melt butter or warm olive oil thoroughly. Next, add a few drops of our Cream Cheese Flavor Oil to the mix. Start with a small amount, then gradually add more until you reach an overall flavor you enjoy. Seal the pan with a tight-fitting lid and reduce the heat to low. Shake the pan occasionally as it cooks, and take it off the burner until the popping has slowed or ceased. Be careful not to overcook to avoid popcorn from burning. Transfer popcorn into a serving bowl and toss with a combination of salt and freshly grated parmesan cheese. Remember to pop enough, though, because it’ll disappear as quickly as you pop it.
Best Flavors Cream Cheese Oil contains sunflower oil and natural flavors.