Make your own DIY natural holi powder from scratch with cornstarch and fruits & vegetables!
I’ve always wanted to make a holi powder photoshoot with
my dog. But I didn’t want to use store-bought holi powder because it’s expensive and I don’t know what’s in it. And as I often make homemade natural food coloring, I thought why not make my own DIY natural holi powder from scratch with fruits and vegetables. Making DIY natural holi powder is cheap, easy and so fun! Continue reading How To Make DIY Natural Holi Powder From Scratch →
Make naturally colored sprinkles from scratch! Baby blue and pink fondant sprinkles – all naturally colored with beetroot and butterfly pea tea!
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This homemade fondant from scratch is made with 4 ingredients: powdered sugar, powdered glucose, gelatin and water!
You don’t need to buy fondant for your next cake – fondant is so easy to make at home! And if you want you can naturally dye the fondant blue and pink with butterfly pea flower tea and beetroot.
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Aren’t they cute? These strawberry-shaped cake pops are made with homemade marshmallows, leftover stale cake, and naturally colored with beetroot!
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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).
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These festive red and green Christmas shortbread cookies are naturally colored with beets and pistachios.
The pistachio- and beet-colored cookies are the last project of my
Advent Calendar 2017. Merry Christmas to you! Continue reading Naturally Red & Green Christmas Cookies (No Food Coloring Added) →
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.
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Dyeing Easter eggs naturally is really easy and so much fun! 😀
Each Easter we dye Easter eggs with natural dyes. Over the years we’ve tried different vegetable dye materials: vegetables, herbs, teas etc.
Onion skins and red cabbage produced the most vibrant colors. But this Easter I also wanted naturally dyed green, pink and yellow Easter eggs! 😀 Continue reading 19 Ways How To Dye Easter Eggs Naturally →
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, I baked pink mini heart cakes. You don’t need artificial food coloring for this sweet pink heart-shaped dessert: It’s naturally colored with raspberries and beetroot!
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Bake a romantic hidden heart cake without artificial food coloring for Valentine’s Day! The pink heart is naturally colored with raspberries and beetroot.
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