- Forum: Food & Cooking
There are definitely products sold to the baking trade of this kind. You might look in the King Arthur's catalog. Maid of Scandinavia used to sell stuff like this. But I think you're asking for something difficult to impossible, if you want good flavor from a dry powder. Most of the flavors you specify depend partly on volatile oils and so forth that won't survive being reduced to a dry powder, especially a powder that sits around oxidizing for months.