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Victorian Green Pistachio Ice Cream (No Food Coloring Added)

Victorian Green Pistachio Ice Cream (No Food Coloring Added)

This recipe for naturally green pistachio ice cream is from the Victorian era. It was published in Mrs. Putnams Receipt Book in 1849. The naturally green pistachio ice cream is made without artificial food coloring. Continue reading Victorian Green Pistachio Ice Cream (No Food Coloring Added)

Carrot Cupcakes With DIY Edible Grass

Carrot Cupcakes With Edible Grass

These are the best carrot cake cupcakes I’ve ever had! 😀 Moist and flavorful with grated carrots and ground almonds. They’re perfect for Easter or anytime! The carrot cupcakes are topped with lemon icing and edible grass, and decorated with homemade naturally colored marzipan carrots! Continue reading Carrot Cupcakes With DIY Edible Grass

Moss Cupcakes – Naturally Colored With Matcha And Spinach

Moss Cupcakes With Matcha And Spinach

Since I’ve seen beautiful edible moss cakes on the internet, I had to try them out. But moss cakes are usually colored with artificial green food coloring. I didn’t want to use artificial food coloring, therefore I colored these moss cupcakes naturally with matcha and spinach! 😀 Continue reading Moss Cupcakes – Naturally Colored With Matcha And Spinach

Naturally Colored Sugar Sprinkles And Sugar Hearts

Naturally Colored Sugar Sprinkles And Sugar Hearts

Coloring sugar naturally is really easy and so much fun! 😀 Can you believe that all those sugar hearts are naturally colored? I used fruits, vegetables, herbs and teas. You can achieve almost any color with natural food coloring. Continue reading Naturally Colored Sugar Sprinkles And Sugar Hearts

Rainbow Cake With Natural Food Coloring

Rainbow Cake With Natural Food Coloring

Rainbow cakes are everywhere on pinterest right now! And since I’m experimenting with natural food colorings at the moment, I thought I’d try to make rainbow cake with natural food coloring! 😀 Continue reading Rainbow Cake With Natural Food Coloring

How To Make 1852 Green Custard

how to make 1852 green custard

Green custard ‘will be found both delicious and ornamental for a dessert, or supper table.’

The original recipe for this unusal green custard was published in ‘Miss Leslie’s New Receipts For Cooking’ in 1852. The Victorian custard is naturally colored with spinach! 😀 Continue reading How To Make 1852 Green Custard