Color Kitchen - Food Coloring (3 Colors), 0.26oz
See your desserts come to life with nature’s vibrant colors! Color Kitchen’s Food Colorings are mixable dyes made with 100% natural ingredients.
- Natural food-based coloring
- Bright colors
- No harmful chemicals
- Economical, ready to mix and match
- Gluten-free, non-GMO, no artificial dyes
Color Kitchen’s Food Colorings are plant-based colors packed in ready-to-use sachets! A natural way to prettify desserts and beverages.
No synthetic chemicals! Each packet contains real food ingredients (who wants to eat chemicals anyway?) These Food Colorings are safe for most diets and blend well with batters or liquid and spoonable desserts.
1 packet is enough for a pint of frosting. That’s about a dozen colorful cupcakes!
Each box contains bright blue, pink, and yellow dyes. Mix and match to create your signature hue. Or follow this little guide to make your own rainbow:
Green: 1 ½ tsp blue + 1 tsp yellow
Purple: 2 tsp blue + 2 tsp pink
Red: 3 tsp pink + 1 tsp orange
Orange: 1 tsp yellow + 1 ½ tsp pink
Hot pink: 3 tsp pink
Each packet contains 2.5 grams of food coloring, equivalent to 1 ½ teaspoons.
BLUE: maltodextrin, spirulina extract
PINK: maltodextrin, beet powder
YELLOW: maltodextrin, turmeric
MAY CONTAIN CORN
Manufactured in a facility that also processes dairy, eggs, tree nuts, wheat, and soy
Third-party lab tested for gluten
Frequently Asked Questions
Is natural dye better than artificial dye?
Definitely! Many artificial dyes are petroleum-based and have even been linked to ADHD, sensitivities, and many acquired diseases such as cancer.
Is Color Kitchen’s Food Coloring safe for children?
Yes, Color Kitchen’s Food Coloring is safe for everybody. Unless your child is allergic to any of the natural ingredients, it is safe to serve them foods decorated with Color Kitchen’s Food Coloring.
WIll Color Kitchen’s Food Coloring stay vibrant when baked?
Natural colors can start to fade and present as pastel colors when heated above 250°F. For this reason, Color Kitchen’s Food Coloring is most suitable for recipes requiring lower temperatures or shorter baking times. If you can, introduce the colors after heating, such as when adding frosting.