Our little bottles of Vanilla, food colours and essences have been in Aussie pantries for over 120 years.
We’ve grown from our humble origins in Vanilla into a modern baking brand that offers a range of icings, sprinkles, decorations and a Vanilla for every occasion.
Sugar Free Maple Flavoured Syrups
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Enjoy the sweetness of syrup every day without the guilt! Our Sugar Free Maple Flavoured Syrups taste of rich maple, sweet blueberry and aromatic apple & cinnamon, and are all sugar free!
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Spring baking inspiration
From creamy cheesecakes to fresh desserts, we’ve got plenty of free recipes to welcome in the warmer weather!
The Queen Blog
Do you know how to freeze cake, use glycerine in baking or what the difference between baking soda and baking powder is? Or maybe you’re searching for the latest cake decorating trends, or an interview with an famous baker? Take a browse through the Queen Blog and get inspired!
What is the difference between Vanilla Extract and Vanilla Essence?See tip ›
Pantry Staple RecipesSee tip ›
Your Top Baking Ingredient Questions Answered – Fridge BasicsSee tip ›
Top Cake Decorating Trends 2019
Wave goodbye to unicorns and drip cakes, this year cake decorating will bring a whole new meaning to the term “edible art”. From meringue mushrooms to mastering the art of ‘everyday sprinkles’, read on for our top ten cake decorating trend predictions for 2019.
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10 Tips for Gluten Free Baking
No matter what reason you choose to avoid gluten, don’t feel like you have to sacrifice those hallowed hours spent in your kitchen! Gluten free baked goods are widely available at supermarkets, but here at Queen, nobody understands the pleasure of home baking more than we do.
Tutorial: How to Make Ganache
Is there anything sexier than a rich, silky, indulgent ganache? We think not! While ganache may seem like a simple enough recipe of warm cream and chopped up chocolate, mastering the perfect consistency and avoiding split chocolate is actually an art form.