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So Cool: Easy Ways to Make All-Natural Food Coloring

Homemade natural food coloring. There are lots of variations of this. A thinned down turmeric is a pale yellow, and adding vinegar or baking soda to red cabbage can change it to various shades of pink or blue. Hibiscus flowers make another pink, and kale or macha powder are more options for green. Artificial coloring is probably bad for you, at least if eaten too often, but these are actively good for you!

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from Oh, The Things We'll Make!

DIY Natural Food Coloring and Homemade Colored Sugar Crystals

Learn how to quickly and easily make your own natural food colorings that are bright enough to make things like colored sugar crystals. This year I made colored sugar crystals for decorating some Easter treats, and I'll how you how easy it is to make them using your homemade natural food colorings.

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from Leite's Culinaria

How To Make Natural Food Coloring

Natural Food Coloring Recipe (No artificial colors. No preservatives. No monumental price tag. The perfect natural food coloring recipe.)

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from Hostess with the Mostess®

DIY Tutorial: Rainbow Cake with Homemade, All-Natural Dyes

Rainbow Cake with Homemade, All-Natural Dyes - SO COOL! Maybe when Jimmy's older (so he can appreciate it) ill make it :)

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from Simply Sissom

How To Make Natural Food Coloring for Christmas Baking

Since it is my firm belief that nobody should EVER have to go through the expense, mess, or sugar high of testing different methods of turning icing red and green I documented it all and turned it into a convenient downloadable PDF. 

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from Studio DIY

How To Make Bright Natural Food Coloring

How To Make Natural Food Coloring for Frosting and Icing with Beets, Spinach, Tumeric and Green Tea

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