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Understanding How Flavor Powders Are Made

Written By Emily Baltierra 15 Feb 2022

We have some amazing products here at Get Suckered. Read our guide on understanding how flavor powders are made for insight into these best-selling items.

Understanding How Flavor Powders Are Made

To get a better idea of this popular ingredient, read our quick guide to understanding how flavor powders are made. We’re here to break everything down and give you the opportunity to learn about one of the best-selling products at Get Suckered. You don’t want to miss this!

What Are Flavor Powders?

Flavor powders are water-soluble powders that you can use in several applications, such as baking, making candy, or creating lip products. For instance, if you’re baking treats, our powdered flavoring for baking will enhance the flavor of your creation and improve the overall taste. Ultimately, flavor powders are simple ways to achieve specific tastes and flavor combinations.

How Are Flavor Powders Made?

To understand the process of making flavor powder, you must dive into some food science. Typically, flavors powders start with a maltodextrin base, with natural or artificial flavoring later added. Maltodextrin is a carbohydrate derived from vegetable starch that’s easily digestible, water soluble, and almost tasteless. Therefore, it takes on the flavor of any added ingredients, making it perfect for baked goods, candies, beverages, and lip gloss mixtures.

Flavor Powder Applications

As we mentioned, you can use flavor powders for a variety of products. But we wanted to give you an example of a recipe that tastes great with flavor powders.

Just-Peachy Smoothie Recipe

  • ½ cup of vanilla greek yogurt
  • 1½ cup of frozen peach slices
  • ¾ cup of coconut milk (or your preferred milk)
  • ½ teaspoon of Get Suckered’s Peach Rings Flavor Powder


In a blender, add the greek yogurt, coconut milk, peach slices, and Peach Rings Flavored Powder, in that order. Blend until smooth. Pour the mixture into a cup and enjoy! The Peach Rings Flavor Powder will amp up the taste, making it a delicious treat!

After reading our guide to understanding how flavor powders are made, we hope you’ve gained insight into this popular item! If you’re interested in our flavor powders, browse through our selection. From fruit punch to sour green apple, we have amazing choices you’ll love!

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