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Edible Moss Or Grass With Natural Green Food Coloring

Edible Moss Or Grass With Natural Green Food Coloring

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

25+ Naturally Green St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

25+ Naturally Green St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

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

Naturally Green St. Patrick’s Day Sunflower Bread – Nut-Free, Grain-Free, Dairy-Free, Yeast-Free

Naturally Green St. Patrick's Day Sunflower Bread - Nut-Free, Grain-Free, Dairy-Free, Yeast-Free, Paleo, Keto

This naturally green St. Patrick’s Day bread is yeast-free, gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free, dairy-free, paleo and keto friendly. It’s made with four ingredients: sunflower seeds, eggs, baking soda and vinegar. And what’s best, the St. Patrick’s Day bread is naturally green! The sunflower seeds + baking soda turn the bread green when it cools down. Continue reading Naturally Green St. Patrick’s Day Sunflower Bread – Nut-Free, Grain-Free, Dairy-Free, Yeast-Free

Natural Green Food Coloring

Natural Green Food Coloring

Isn’t the dark forest green color of this natural food dye amazing? Can you guess what I used as natural green food coloring? 😀 Hint: It’s not spinach, peas, kale, stinging nettle, avocado or any other vegetable. It’s also not matcha powder, mint leaves, pistachios, pumpkin seeds, pandan leaves, wheatgrass or spirulina. 😉 Continue reading Natural Green Food Coloring