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Blue (Cabbage) Powder Color for Creams/Icing

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Powder colors are great for long shelf life, varied use and flexibility. Dissolve in neutral liquid ingredients like water or egg white and add to creams or batters. Terrific for meringue or macaroons, icings and decorating.
Color icings, batters or beverages. Add a little egg white or water and use like watercolors to paint cookies, icing surfaces, modeling chocolate. Can be used for face paint, hair dye or with homemade clays.
This blue is made from cabbage, so add a bit of acidic ingredient like lemon to create a pinker tone or a tiny bit of baking soda to make it more teal blue.
There may be a bit of "fizz" at first when combined.
Use about 1/2 tsp to replace 2 tsp of liquid color. Dissolve in neutral liquid ingredients like water or egg white and then add to creams or batters.
There are about 6 teaspoons per container. We estimate a half ounce container will color enough icing for three or four typical 8" double tier cakes.

Ingredients

cabbage, tapioca starch. Vegan, gluten-free, no dairy or soy, non-GMO.

Use and Storage

Use about 1/2 tsp to replace 2 tsp of liquid color. Dissolve in neutral liquid ingredients like water or egg white and then add to creams or batters. Store tightly covered in a cool, dry place. Keep away from moisture. Will keep one year or more at cool room temperatures if not contaminated. Acid ingredients will turn the blue purple.

Educational Information

Will keep for a year or more in a cool, dry place. Vegan, gluten-free, no dairy or soy, non-GMO. Convenient and very handy to have around. There are about 6 teaspoons per container. We estimate a half ounce container will color enough icing for three or four typical 8" double tier cakes. Acid ingredients will turn the blue purple. Add a touch of orange to the pink to make red. Blend blue and red to make purple. See "How To" for more information.

Additional Information

Instructions This blue is made from cabbage, so add a bit of acidic ingredient like lemon to create a pinker tone or a tiny bit of baking soda to make it more teal blue.
There may be a bit of "fizz" at first when combined.
Use about 1/2 tsp to replace 2 tsp of liquid color. Dissolve in neutral liquid ingredients like water or egg white and then add to creams or batters.
There are about 6 teaspoons per container. We estimate a half ounce container will color enough icing for three or four typical 8" double tier cakes.
Allergens Milk: NO

Eggs: NO

Peanuts: NO

Tree nuts: NO

Fish :NO

Shellfish: NO

Soy: NO

Wheat: NO

Cross-contamination Our powder colors are packaged carefully to keep them as free as possible from contamination.
Color Blue