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India Tree Natural Decorating Colors, 3 bottles(red,yellow,blue)
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- Set of 3: red, yellow, and blue.
- Made from natural vegetable colorants (red cabbage, beet, turmeric)
- Contain absolutely no synthetic dyes or corn syrup
- Combine to produce beautiful pastels and the rich jewel tones
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BLUE: glycerin, deionized water, colored with vegetable juice and spirulina. RED: beet juice, citric acid. YELLOW: deionized water, glycerin, turmeric.
Top Customer Reviews
1. The set is for 3 colors and you can mix to make all the pretty colors in the pictures, I am an artist and have not problems with mixing colors. It comes with Red, Yellow, blue
2. Problem 1: The blue was not blue at all - it was swampy muddy green. not teal, not blue-green, not anywhere close to Blue. I shook and shook the product until I was blue in the face and was still a swampy mud brown/green. Absolutely nothing I can do with this color. My daughter wanted a princess cake with pink and purple - I said no problem. Big Mistake - I simply CANNOT make purple from this color.
3. It takes a TON of coloring to shade the icing. I have 2 pounds of icing (standard for a small cake) - it took over 1/2 the red to make a light pink icing. So frustrating. Now, the red is almost gone and I cannot make purple. this stinks!
4. Oh yea, it cost $30 for this??
Save your money - make your own dye from food - I am about to go on an exploration to find the perfect way to make purple because my little girl just wants a pink and purple cake.
No, these colors do not behave exactly like the conventional artificial food colors. BUT, if you are looking for an alternative to Red #40, Yellow #5, and Blue #5... your priorities will be health, safety, and a confidence that YOU CAN EAT A RED FROSTING ROSE!!!!
The yellow was kind of seperated when I got it, so I just shook it up really well. I was able to get gorgeous, rich colors. I will definately be buying this again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The colors are slightly dull compared to the artificial colors, but they still make great colors. I love that they are all natural and they don't change the flavor of the food.Published 4 days ago by Trinity's Mom
I used these colors for my sons 4th birthday cakes and they turned out great. I would have rated 5 stars, however, i used nearly the whole bottle of blue for just one blue dragon... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Pritha912
It takes a little extra to mix in but glad it is all natural. It also seems to get dark in color the longer is sitsPublished 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
Don't put toxic food color in your food! This is all natural so the colors are more natural but still fun. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Alyson
My daughter is very sensitive to typical dyes. We love this alternative. You do need to use a little more of this than you would artificial dyes and the colors will not be as... Read morePublished 20 days ago by N
Cheaper than I found it at Whole Foods. The only natural food dye I have found.Published 26 days ago by B
I love the idea that all the colors and eyes are all natural and not synthetic. Unfortunately the colors are a little bit strange and making Christmas cookies the typical holiday... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Skbuck
The colors are not vivid and I have to use a lot of drops to get a color... but the trade off is worth it.Published 1 month ago by TheoMac
Total waste of money!! I used more than 1/2 the bottle in frosting and it barely tinted it...like a super light gray. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cass