Green Food Coloring

.1 oz packet

Retail Price: $3.00


Member Price: $2.19 (Save 27%)

.1 oz packet

Why You’ll Love It

There’s a better way to make baked goods pop with colored frostings. ColorKitchen Food Coloring is made solely from plant extracts with no artificial ingredients. This green option gets its hue from maltodextrin, turmeric, and spirulina and just needs water to blend. It’s vegan, non-GMO, and gluten-free. Use one packet for one pint of frosting.
SKU: 858792002326

About This Brand

ColorKitchen's pure pigments sourced from plants come in fun and easy-to-use color packets. The water-soluble powders freely mix and do not dilute, producing maximum color concentration. Each packet provides enough color for icing a dozen cookies and more. Can also be used for frosting, macaroons, cakes, cupcakes, and other baked goods. Yum!
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Ingredients

maltodextrin, turmeric, spirulina extract


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