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    Just add food coloring to your boiling water to color your noodles!

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    • Carrie Yenni

      Colored pasta dinner! How to make colored pasta for kids. Add a few drops of food coloring while boiling the pasta to get colored noodles! fun to do every once in a while

    • Heather Farah

      I so need to try this! Madison would LOVE pink noodles...also good for teaching colors! We'll have a pink food week! lol Just add food coloring to the water with the noodles and you have colored noodles!

    • Melanie McAuley

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    • Cassidy Ingraham

      How to make colored pasta for kids Add a few drops of food coloring while boiling the pasta to get colored noodles

    • Aaaa Ssss

      How to make colored pasta for kids Add a few drops of food coloring while boiling the pasta to get colored noodles! fun to do every once in a while Read more http://www.pincookie.com/how-to/

    • Elissa Neil

      Colorful pasta! add a few drops of food coloring while boiling the pasta to get colored noodles!

    • helen thias

      Fun food tricks! Add food coloring to the water with the noodles and you have colored noodles!

    • Eberley Goncalves

      Just add food coloring to the water.... #pasta #kids #food #fun

    • Morgan Christine Medley

      Food coloring is an amazing idea to make food kid friendly.

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