These striped meringue kisses are vegan – made with homemade aquafaba – and naturally colored with butterfly pea tea, raspberries and blackberries!
Aren’t these naturally colored striped meringue kisses fun? Not only do they look summery, they’d be perfect as patriotic treat!
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Naturally blue fried eggs colored with homemade natural blue food coloring – a fun twist on classic fried eggs!
These fried eggs are naturally dyed with red cabbage! Aren’t they fun? And they taste just like ordinary fried eggs!
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This homemade mirror glaze from scratch is dairy-free, made without corn syrup and naturally colored with butterfly pea tea.
I may have mentioned it once or twice before 😉 but I love the naturally dark blue color of butterfly pea tea! So of course I had to dye my homemade mirror glaze naturally blue with butterfly pea tea!
I always wanted to try out mirror glaze but since I can’t eat dairy I had to figure out how to make mirror glaze dairy-free.
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This naturally blue lemon ice cream is naturally colored with butterfly pea tea! And even if it’s vegan, the ice cream is so creamy because it’s made with whipped aquafaba!
I’m still intrigued by the dark ink blue of butterfly pea tea! It’s so easy to dye food naturally blue with butterfly pea flowers – easier than making
homemade natural blue food coloring with red cabbage – and it has no taste whatsoever! That’s great because it doesn’t overpower other flavors. The ice cream is flavored with lemon zest – no lemon juice – because natural food coloring is ph-sensitive.
The naturally blue lemon ice cream is refreshing, lemony and not too sweet (feel free to add more sugar if you want) – perfect for sweltering hot summer days!
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This minty shamrock shake is made from scratch with only natural colors and flavors. The naturally green shamrock shake is vegan and naturally colored with homegrown wheatgrass. A perfect drink for St. Patrick’s Day!
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What better place to enjoy summer than at the beach, lake or river! Below you’ll find more than 50 easy beach themed DIY craft tutorials and ocean blue recipes colored with homemade, natural food dyes.
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This naturally colored polka dot cake is made from scratch with only natural flavorings and homemade natural food colorings. You don’t even need a cake pop pan to make a polka dot cake – I’ll show you how to make polka dots without a cake pop maker with leftover stale cake!
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Isn’t the bright green color of this beer amazing? And it’s all naturally colored with wheatgrass juice! The naturally green beer is a perfect drink for St. Patrick’s Day!
I’m not much of a beer or radler drinker but this naturally green wheatgrass beer is delicious on a hot summer day! Wheatgrass juice is slightly bitter and slightly sweet and goes well with beer and especially the sweeter radler.
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Natural green food coloring is easy to make at home: All you need is fresh spinach leaves! I use natural green food coloring to color mint chocolate chip
ice cream, custard, sugar hearts and sugar sprinkles green. And don’t worry natural green food coloring doesn’t taste spinachy, it just tastes fresh! Continue reading Natural Green Food Coloring – Fresh Spinach Leaves
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.
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