Orange Food Coloring

.1 oz packet

Retail Price: $3.00


Member Price: $2.19 (Save 27%)

.1 oz packet

Why You’ll Love It

Give your baked goods a pop of color, naturally. ColorKitchen Food Coloring gets its vibrant hues from plants—this orange option is made from maltodextrin, turmeric, and annatto extract. Just add water or glycerin and it’s ready to add to frosting. Vegan, gluten-free, and non-GMO, and can be mixed to make other color combos.
SKU: 858792002302

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, annatto extract


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