How to make Natural Food Colors at Home/ Homemade Natural Gel Food Color / Organic Gel Food Color

welcome to “Mahjabis Kitchen” This recipe is about how to make Natural Home made food colors … Look at those pretty colors. Red, green , blue , pink ,purple , green , Saffron, brown.

All the colors you can make easily using available ingredients in your pantry . this colors are chemical free and you can store it in refrigerator for about 3 months. These colors can be used cakes, pastries and many more, Compare to liquid color this gel color produces easier dissolving.

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The challenge with naturally-occuring food coloring is that they aren’t as intense as commercial ones. My advice is to accept that — your red won’t be pure red , your green won’t be pure green but the colors have unique tints all their own. …………………………………………………………………….

Source of colors

  • Red : Beetroot
  • Green : Spinach
  • yellow : Saffron
  • Purple : Red cabbage ( But you can use Blueberry, Black grapes )
  • Blue : Red Cabbage + Baking soda
  • Pink : Red Cabbage + lime juice
  • Brown : Coffee , Cocoa powder

2 thoughts on “How to make Natural Food Colors at Home/ Homemade Natural Gel Food Color / Organic Gel Food Color

  1. i love the food dye like u. it looks so amazing. i will give how to make natural black gel colour instructions 1 take natural homemade glucose or corn syrup
    ( i chose glucose because its a healthier option). 2. then add 3. drops homemade red beetroot gel colour. then add few 3 drops of yellow saffron gel colour. finally add 3 drops blue color from red cabbage. 3 mix very well until you get the nice black color . 4. Store it in a airtight container and i can be refrigerated for about 2 to 3 months. it can be used for cakes,frostings,sweets,and fondant and so much more

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