Make naturally colored sprinkles from scratch! Baby blue and pink fondant sprinkles – all naturally colored with beetroot and butterfly pea tea!
Blue & Pink Naturally Colored Sprinkles With Homemade Fondant
Make fondant with powdered sugar, powdered glucose, gelatin and water.
Roll out the homemade naturally colored fondant on powdered sugar to 1-2 mm (1/16 inch) thick. Cut the fondant into thin strips with a sharp knife. Then cut the strips into sprinkles.
Let the homemade, naturally colored pink and blue sprinkles dry for some days at room temperature. And that’s all! Wasn’t that easy?
Store the homemade fondant sprinkles in glass jars at room temperature. The blue and pink sprinkles hold the color quite well.
Decorate cakes, cupcakes, cake pops or ice cream with your homemade naturally colored sprinkles!
10 thoughts on “Blue & Pink Naturally Colored Sprinkles With Homemade Fondant”
Wow! Thanks for sharing at Fiesta Friday – I would never have even considered making my own sprinkles (we make everything else)! They look great!
Thank you for stopping by! 😀
Nice idea! Thanks for sharing at Fiesta Friday
I love the natural food dyes you use. Shows we don’t need all those chemicals. Thanks for sharing at the What’s for Dinner party. Have a fabulous week!
Thanks so much, Helen! 🙂 Have a fabulous week too!
Happy Fiesta Friday and thank you for such a wonderful and creative recipe
Thanks for stopping by, Suzanne!
So Pretty!! Thank you for sharing with us on the Homestead Blog Hop. I’m always looking for more natural ways to live. So much more healthy.