Baking Solutions

What are bakery premixes?

How do I use bakery premixes?

Using premixes is easy! Simply follow the instructions on the packaging, usually involving adding wet ingredients like eggs, oil, or water to the premix, and then baking according to the recommended temperature and time.

What types of bakery products can I make with

Are bakery premixes suitable for beginners?

Are there any tips for better results when using bakery premixes?

Do I need additional ingredients when using bakery premixes?

Are there gluten-free or allergen-free options available?

Many bakery premixes cater to dietary restrictions, including gluten-free and allergen-free options. Check the product label or website for specific information.

Can I customize bakery premixes with my own ingredients?

What is the shelf life of bakery premixes?

Do you offer bulk or wholesale options for bakery

Many bakeries and businesses use premixes. If you're interested in bulk or wholesale options, please contact us directly for more information.

Cake Icing Solutions

Is foaming occurring due to overfilling the whipping bowl?

Is the low volume problem caused by overfilling the whipping bowl or whipping too slow?

Try filling the liquid cream to 20% of the bowl capacity, adjusting the whipping speed, and whipping the product between 7 to 10 degrees Celsius

Is whipping the product at too high speed causing separation?

Is the watery consistency due to whipping the product while it's too cold?

Are holes or bubbles forming because the product sat in warm temperature or was stirred too much?

Is cracking occurring due to whipping at too high speed or mishandling?

Try whipping at medium or slow speed, ensuring proper handling, and using adequate support for cakes.

Is the off taste and smell due to the product picking up refrigerator air flavor?