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How to Make a Mint Green Color

by Grace Williams
Use liquid or powder food coloring to tint your icing a beautiful mint green color. Liquid--or gel--food coloring offers a bolder color output, while powders are more subtle. Whichever type of coloring you choose to use, it's best to experiment with using the colors in a small batch first. Coloring ...

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