- What to use for Natural Food Colourings
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What to use for Natural Food Colourings

Don’t you just love those rainbow sprinkles or coloured cakes? Sadly, most of them are loaded with artificial colours that I fear even touching them. However, I just discovered that there are foods that can be used for natural food colourings.

- What to use for Natural Food Colourings

(Wouldn’t you want to eat this cake, knowing all the ingredients were natural?)

Yellow

- What to use for Natural Food Colourings

Turmeric, saffron flowers, lemon zest, pineapples

Pink

- What to use for Natural Food Colourings

Beetroot mixed with white, raspberries mixed with white, cherries.

Green

- What to use for Natural Food Colourings

Matcha powder, spirulina powder, avocados, spinach, kale, Dracaena angustifolia

Purple

- What to use for Natural Food Colourings

Cooked blueberries mixed with something white or pink, Boiled red cabbage, purple sweet potatoes.

Orange

- What to use for Natural Food Colourings

Carrots, oranges

Red

- What to use for Natural Food Colourings

Red beet juice

Blue

- What to use for Natural Food Colourings

Red cabbage juice with baking soda, blueberries, blue corn, cornflowers, butterfly blue pea, borage.

Brown

- What to use for Natural Food Colourings

Cocoa powder, carob powder

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