Lemon Cake with Lemon Whipped Cream Cheese Frosting
52100034478
food colors

McCormick® Color from Nature™ - Food Colors

Turn creativity on in the kitchen with new Color from Nature™ Food Colors – no artificial dyes! Made with ingredients found in nature, including plants, vegetables and seeds, this new food color series from McCormick offers a fresh way to add beautiful color to frosting.

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Product Details

Choose from Sky Blue, Berry and Sunflower colors. Or mix them together to create your own hues. Packaged in re-sealable, dry powder pouches, they’re easy to re-use and store. Up to four uses per color.

  • Food coloring made from feel-good ingredients - plants, vegetables and seeds
  • Create colorful works of art with frosting
  • Includes Sky Blue, Berry & Sunflower colors
  • Re-sealable, dry powder pouches for easy storage and re-use (up to four uses per color)
  • No artificial dyes

USAGE TIPS:

For Best Results:

  • Use a clean, dry measuring spoon.
  • Beat into homemade frosting using electric mixer.

CLEAN-UP (on the very bottom of the box): To remove from hands, wash repeatedly with soap and water. For counter-tops, use all-purpose cleaner with bleach. Consult a professional for upholstery, rugs or carpet.

Do Not Use if Inner Pouch Has Been Opened

Full Ingredients

BERRY: CORN MALTODEXTRIN, BEET JUICE COLOR, ASCORBIC ACID & CITRIC ACID

SKY BLUE: GLUCOSE SYRUP SOLIDS, TREHALOSE (SWEETENER), AND SPIRULINA

SUNFLOWER: GLUCOSE SYRUP SOLIDS, TURMERIC OLEORESIN, AND ANNATTO EXTRACT

UPC Code

52100034478 (0.51oz)

Nutrition information (per Serving)

This product has no significant nutritional value.

Ratings & Reviews

Featured Reviews

“A little bit of a hassle to have to measure, but it's so fun to be able to use color in the kitchen with my dye-free kiddo! We tried 1/4 tsp. blue & 1/2 tsp yellow. Made a nice green in the marshmallows but not terribly bright once the cereal was added. We may double it next time.”

-@Karen

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  • A little bit of a hassle to have to measure, but it's so fun to be able to use color in the kitchen with my dye-free kiddo! We tried 1/4 tsp. blue & 1/2 tsp yellow. Made a nice green in the marshmallows but not terribly bright once the cereal was added. We may double it next time.

    Karen | December 17, 2016

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