NATURAL POWDER COLORS
THESE POWDERED COLORS ARE:
• versatile, easy to use: blend into a little water then add to liquids or fats.
• vegan and do not contain gluten, wheat, soy or dairy.
• good a year or more if tightly covered.
• made in the US from plant products.
DISSOLVE IN WATER, EGG WHITE OR ANY LIQUID BEFORE ADDING.
• Dissolving the blue in a more acidic liquid will make it turn purple!
• Pink, blue, green & black are favorites to have on hand.
• Combine colors to create the rainbow.
CHOOSE A SET OF EIGHT 1/8 OZ JARS OR 1/2 OZ INDIVIDUAL COLORS.
• 1/8 oz is about 2 teaspoons depending on type. 1 tsp powder replaces about 2 tsp liquid color.
The icings in the pictures shown use about 1 tsp of powder dissolved in a half teaspoon of water and one cup shortening.
To color chocolate or oil based products you must choose from the oil dispersible category. Most water based powders will not blend into products having only fats.
A little bit (about 2 tsp /.15 oz ea.) of eight colors! Pink, red, yellow, orange, light blue, blue, green and black.
A combination of beet and annatto to create red. For deep red tones, use two to three times the normal amount or color will be a very light red.
Bright beet pink powder. Mix with blue for purple, add some orange to make red.
Intense annatto orange powder. Can also be used to intensify reds.
Turmeric and a bit of saffron are combined in this bright yellow. For deep tones use up to two times the typical amount.
Natural green powder colorant made from spinach and turmeric.
Colorant made from cabbage. Very sensitive to acid; turns purple when acid is present. Add a pinch of baking soda to products to make them more blue again.
Light blue colorant made from spirulina. Less intense but truer tone and more stable than cabbage blue. Turns teal blue with acid ingredients.
Grape makes this purple color. It is somewhat sensitive to acidity; for a bluer purple add a pinch of baking soda.
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