Cake, ice cream, custard, bread, pasta & bread – all naturally colored green for St. Patrick’s Day!
You don’t need artificial food coloring to dye food vibrant green for St. Patrick’s Day. Use sunflower seeds for dark green, kale or wheatgrass for bright green, matcha for moss green, pistachios or green peas for light green, red cabbage for blue green, kiwi for yellow green, and spinach for light or dark green. Continue reading 25+ Naturally Green St. Patrick’s Day Recipes→
Enjoy your tea and coffee with homemade dairy-free cream substitutes. And top off your dessert and garnish your cake with homemade dairy-free whipped cream alternatives. Below you’ll find recipes for dairy-free, nut-free, coconut-free, egg-free and fat-free cream and whipped cream substitutes. Continue reading 5+ Homemade Dairy-Free (Whipped) Cream Substitutes→
This purple rose petal lemonade is naturally colored and scented with fresh rose petals! Rose petal lemonade is an easy, refreshing, cooling drink on hot summer days. You’ll only need three ingredients for this pretty purple lemonade: fresh rose petals, sugar and water! Continue reading Purple Rose Petal Lemonade→
Orange liqueur is so easy to make at home. You’ll just need three ingredients: vodka, orange peels and sugar. You can use homemade orange liqueur in cocktails or desserts to replace orange-flavored liqueurs: such as Curacao, Arancello, Grand Marnier, Cointreau and Triple sec. Continue reading Homemade Orange Liqueur→
Isn’t the red color amazing? 😀 These hibiscus ice cream floats are made with homemade vegan hibiscus ice cream and cold brewed hibiscus tea. Cold brew hibiscus tea or agua de jamaica is quite tart, very refreshing and tastes similar to cranberry juice. Continue reading Hibiscus Ice Cream Float→