Edible moss or grass is easy to make at home. Usually, edible moss is colored with artificial food coloring but here I’ll show you how you can easily make edible moss or grass with homemade natural green food coloring. Below you’ll find edible grass and moss that is naturally colored with kale, sunflower seeds, green peas and spinach. Continue reading Edible Moss Or Grass With Natural Green Food Coloring
Growing wheatgrass at home for fresh wheatgrass juice is really easy, cheap and so much fun! In this post I’ll show you how to grow wheatgrass without soil: All you need is wheat grains and water! Continue reading How To Grow Wheatgrass Without Soil
This naturally green pudding is colored with homegrown wheatgrass! The pudding tastes a bit like matcha pudding but it’s much cheaper – matcha powder is so expensive! Wheatgrass has many health benefits: it’s an excellent source of chlorophyll, vitamin A, C and E. Wheatgrass is a natural antioxidant and detoxifier, it cleanses the liver and blood. Continue reading Naturally Green Wheatgrass Pudding – Vegan
The Edwardian Easter Bunny
‘In Germany, it is the timid hare who is supposed to be responsible for the plentiful supply of brightly coloured Easter eggs so eagerly sought for by the children in all manner of hiding-places. The hare, therefore, plays a very important part in German Easter observances, and representations of the gentle, long-eared little creature are immensely popular. Indeed, they are fast acquiring a firm footing in this country also, and threaten to outrival the charms of the hens, chickens, frogs, and fish that never fail to put in an appearance whenever the glad spring festival is at hand.’ (Every Woman’s Encyclopaedia, 1910-2) Continue reading History Of The Easter Egg & Easter Bunny
Aren’t they cute? These strawberry-shaped cake pops are made with homemade marshmallows, leftover stale cake, and naturally colored with beetroot! Continue reading Strawberry Marshmallow Cake Pops – With Natural Food Coloring
Aren’t these bunny butt cupcakes cute? And what’s best they’re naturally colored with kale and beetroot!
The naturally colored bunny butt cupcakes would be a really cute addition to your Easter table or Easter basket!
The bunny butts are made with cake pop mixtures: You can make brown bunnies with chocolate peanut butter cake pops and white bunnies with marshmallow cake pops (recipes below). Continue reading Bunny Butt Cupcakes With Homemade Natural Food Coloring
These moss-covered chocolate-peanut butter-cake pops are so delicious and a great way to use up leftover cake! Continue reading Edible Moss Balls – Cake Pops With Natural Green Food Coloring
This vertical striped strawberry cake is a cake for a special occasion! Rich, sweet and strawberry-y! Continue reading Vertical Stripe Cake With Strawberry Meringue Buttercream
This carrot cake recipe dates back to the 1920s. It’s so delicious, super moist and easy to make. Plus, the old-fashioned carrot cake is naturally dairy-free and gluten-free! Continue reading Old-Fashioned Carrot Cake With Naturally Colored Marzipan Carrots
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