This powder is made from cabbage and other vegetables. Because making white icing black takes a very high percentage of color the best use may be for black accents. This powder will work well for painting, a good option to consider when large amounts of black decoration is needed. Vegetable food color paint is a combination of powder color and organic egg white and also available here.
There are about 6 teaspoons of powder per .5 oz container.
Use about 1/2 tsp to replace 1 Tbsp of liquid color. Dissolve in neutral liquid ingredients like water or egg white and then add to creams or batters.
- NO artificial ingredients or FD&C dyes. Ever.
- Titanium Dioxide is a naturally occurring oxide.
- Titanium dioxide and mica are used in colors for food and cosmetics.
- Carnauba wax comes from the leaves of the Copernicia prunifera palm.
Spinach, cabbage, tapioca starch. Vegan, gluten-free, no dairy or soy, non-GMO.
- Milk: NO
- Eggs: NO
- Peanuts: NO
- Tree nuts: NO
- Fish :NO
- Shellfish: NO
- Soy: NO
- Wheat: NO
- Gluten: NO
Use and Storage
USE: Powder colors are great for long shelf life, varied use and flexibility. Use about 1/2 tsp to replace 1 Tbsp of liquid color. Dissolve in neutral liquid ingredients like water or egg white and add to creams or batters. Terrific for meringue or macaroons, icings and decorating.
Color icings, batters or beverages. Add a little egg white or water and use like watercolors to paint cookies, icing surfaces, modeling chocolate. Can be used for face paint, hair dye or with homemade clays.
STORAGE: Powder colors will not spoil as long as they are kept dry and uncontaminated. Some colors may lose strength after a year or longer, but most will stay usable for many years. Keep them in a cool, dry space in air tight containers, away from heat and light. A cabinet or pantry is perfect!