Just for fun I colored my homemade orange liqueur with DIY natural blue food dye to make blue curacao! Continue reading Blue Curacao With Natural Food Dye
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
This healthy, nut-free, dairy-free green smoothie is naturally colored – but not with spinach, peas, matcha or something like that! 😉 It’s naturally colored with sunflower seeds! Continue reading Healthy All-Natural Green Smoothie
Egg liqueur, Advocaat or Eierlikör is a rich, creamy, yellow, alcoholic drink. Egg liqueur is delicious for desserts, cakes, cocktails and ice cream.
Egg liqueur is usually made with dairy products – such as milk, cream or condensed milk. But I’m allergic to dairy products; therefore I came up with a recipe for dairy-free egg liqueur. Continue reading Homemade Dairy-Free Egg Liqueur
Natural blue food coloring is easy to make at home. You only need 2 ingredients: red cabbage and baking soda! So bring some color into your life and naturally dye your food blue – no one will believe that you used red cabbage to achieve this incredible blue color!
I wanted to make natural blue food coloring made with red cabbage for a long time and now I finally made it! Yay, I’m so excited! I put together a tutorial so that you can make natural blue food coloring too. You can use natural blue food coloring to color ice cream, cake, frosting & icing, drinks, pasta, fried eggs … (recipes below)
If you’re wondering if food colored with red cabbage food coloring doesn’t taste of red cabbage. 😉 No, if you don’t use to much natural blue food coloring to dye the food. Neither the blue cookies nor the blue milk nor the blue pasta tasted of red cabbage. Continue reading Homemade Natural Blue Food Coloring With Red Cabbage
What’s more cozy than a hot cup of spiced tea on a cold winter day? 😀 If you’d like to make your own holiday tea blend, here’s a basic recipe for tea spiced with orange, cinnamon and cloves. You can easily adjust the recipe: and add other spices or teas, such as cardamom, allspice, nutmeg, ginger, lemon peel, or rosehip tea. Homemade spiced tea mix makes a perfect Christmas gift for friends and family! Continue reading Christmas Spiced Tea Recipe
I’ve made acorn acorn coffee today! 😀 Continue reading Acorn Coffee Recipe
For the Historical Food Fortnightly challenge 17 – Myths and Legends, I made small beer. Small beer was drunk in medieval Europe instead of water, as water wasn’t safe to drink. Small beer contains less alcohol than beer; it was homemade; drunk by all, even children and servants, and the consistency was sometimes rather like porridge. Small beer is mentioned in “The Three Heads of the Well” by Joseph Jacobs published in English Fairy Tales in 1890: The king’s daughter says to the old man: ‘In my bag I have got bread and cheese, and in my bottle good small beer. Would you like to have some?’ Continue reading Victorian Nettle Beer And Kvass – Small Beer Recipes – Historical Food Fortnightly