Best Edible Printer Ink & Paper in 2020



Betty Crocker Fruit Roll-Ups Tropical Tye-Dye 10, 5 oz Review:


Actually I bought these thinking my parrot would like them. They are very good, dried fruit sweet and chewy and he could shred them as he likes shredding things.

That was not to be. Once he felt the sticky texture he had a slight melt down and would refuse to look at them. Not a serious melt down where he leaves the room squawking but just a slight one where he turns his back to them and won't even recognize they exist.

I ate them and they are quite good. So yes for humans but no for conure parrots.



Frosting Sheets, Icing Sheets, Sugar Sheets 8-1/2 X 10-1/2 Printable Area, off white color, pack of 24+1 bonus= 25 pack Review:


They came really quickly. They smell nice when you open the package. They are soft with a sturdy plastic lining on the back. They have a nice kind of thick feel to them. They printed with a little bit of an issue because the paper is longer than the wafer paper in the tray so I had to remove the other paper and just put in one frosting sheet at a time. A few of the pages are separating from the plastic backing, hopefully that will not be a problem. And the closure is a little rough to seal but not a big deal. Other than that they look great. I'll update if any problems arise while using them.



Icinginks 24 Frosting Sheets 8.5” X 11”, Icing Sheets for Cake Toppers, Cookies & Décor, A4 Very White Edible Paper, Cake Edible Paper for Birthdays, Parties, Edible Sugar Sheets for Printers Review:


I have purchased twice form Icinginks. The first photo is sugar cookies I made using my customer's book cover as the image. The image printed very clear. I have the Canon PIMA920 printer with edible ink. The paper is thick, so use piping gel or dab n hold on the back for extra security. water does not work for me, it always makes the paper slide off. Works well on fondant or Royal Icing and buttercreme. Alos works well on chocolate, I use it for my chocolate covered Oreos. I personally like the thickness because you dont have to worry about it tearing when you cut it or when you try to apply it. Also depending on what you use it for you can peel it off and position it back where you want it, within roughly a 2 second window. Images print clear. Keep in a cool dry place.



Edible Genuine Gold Leaf Flakes - by Barnabas Blattgold - 150mg Jar Review:


The reviews were correct. This product gave you the most sheets of usable gold foil 10 x each a 3" sq. , packaged for easy access and storage. These foil sheets were perfect for decorating a semi naked wedding cake with random pieces of gold down the buttercream cake and on some greenery surrounding the layers. This was my first time using the gold foil . The gold foil is delicate, it transfers easily ,so do not touch. Use thin tweezers. I scored the foil for a certain size, if not you end up with strips of gold. You also need to blow on the piece so it does not fold on itself. Place lightly on the surface, and clean tweezers each time. Hope this was helpful.



Supreme Icing Sheets 12 Pack Premium White 8.5" x 11" by MeganJDesigns Review:


Great icing sheets, but inconsistent packaging. All of these products are in a box with a silver ziploc style pouch inside. This must be able to close completely to keep the sheets from drying out. Having ordered many times now, sometimes the bag closes properly, and sometimes it won't stay shut. I found this out the hard way when all my sheets dried out and I had only used a few. So now I keep the good ones and swap them out when I get a bad batch, but should not have to do this.



Oasis Supply O-Grade Wafer Paper, 8 by 11-Inch, 25 Count Review:


After reading through reviews, I selected this particular brand and package of the edible paper. My primary reason for ordering was to recreate the “Caesar salad” cake shown in the food network magazine. As noted by another reviewer, this did the job. Having read about how the paper may dissolve quickly when exposed to moisture, I used a solution of sugar with a hint of vodka to create my edible paints. I have since used this to create paper flowers and am pleased to note that my cakes have looked amazing. Creating the flowers was easy (a lot of good tutorials on you tube). I found that it was easy to paint on the paper. It dried quickly. Painting it does make it cracklier so if you need to cut it in shapes, do so before painting it. The product itself came in a padded envelope. Every sheet was undamaged. For the price, you get a lot of sheets. And they bear out the “edible” part of their description. They do not taste half bad.



Oasis Supply Edible, Ultra Flexible Icing Sheets, White, Allergy Free 12 Count, Size Paper 8.5x11 Inch Review:


For disclosure, we own a high end, full-service Bakery and separately, a Confectionary store. We have used fondant sheets for years from fondant sheet providers Lucks and KopyKake and Icing Inks. Each has their individual issues from the adhesion to the backing sheet to adhesion sheets so slick they won't properly feed consistently through the food dye printer.
We tried Oasis when we got stuck with a last-minute large order at the confectionary shop and didn't have enough "Lucks" sheets. Overnight by Amazon Prime and delivered on a Sunday.

The Oasis sheets are fabulous! True edge to edge printing on 8 1/2 x 11, very flexible fondant, good adhesion to the backing, no printer feeding issues and with a pleasant slight vanilla scent.

These will now be our primary fondant sheets. (Picture is chocolate bars with printed fondant sheet)
Please note we did NOT receive compensation for this review.
Truffles Chocolate Factory
Roswell, GA



Edible Genuine Gold Leaf Sheets by Barnabas Blattgold, 10 Sheets (Loose Leaf), 3 1/8 inches Booklet, Professional Quality Review:


The reviews were correct. This product gave you the most sheets of usable gold foil 10 x each a 3" sq. , packaged for easy access and storage. These foil sheets were perfect for decorating a semi naked wedding cake with random pieces of gold down the buttercream cake and on some greenery surrounding the layers. This was my first time using the gold foil . The gold foil is delicate, it transfers easily ,so do not touch. Use thin tweezers. I scored the foil for a certain size, if not you end up with strips of gold. You also need to blow on the piece so it does not fold on itself. Place lightly on the surface, and clean tweezers each time. Hope this was helpful.