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How To Make Natural Food Colouring

Homemade Natural Food Colouring | Chapters By S.

Homemade natural food colouring is a big topic when you try to properly eat healthy. As I have quite a few little baking projects planned next month I have spent a couple days doing some research on how to make food colours at home. I found that with a little creativity and some experimental ingredients, you can get any colour you need! Find a list and a few examples I have tried for you below.

Red | Raspberries, Strawberries, Beetroot, pomegranate
Yellow | Mango, Turmeric, Saffron
Blue | Red Cabbage Juice with Baking Soda
Green | Spinach, Matcha
Orange | Carrot, Paprika
Purple | Blueberries, Purple Carrots
Brown | Cocoa, Espresso, Cinnamon
Black | Squid Ink, Activated Charcoal

Cool Red | Raspberries : take frozen berries, add a little water, puree, sift, reduce
Once pureed, add the fruit to a pot and cook for a few minutes (keep stirring!) until the puree is reduced to a thick paste.

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Warm Red | Strawberries : take frozen berries, add a little water, puree, sift, reduce
Once pureed, add the fruit to a pot and cook for a few minutes (keep stirring!) until the puree is reduced to a thick paste.

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Yellow | Mango : take frozen berries, add a little water, puree, sift

Homemade Natural Food Colouring | Chapters By S. Homemade Natural Food Colouring | Chapters By S.

Purple | Blueberries : take frozen berries, add a little water, puree, sift

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