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COLOUR SPLASH Food Colouring Gel Tube, Edible Ingredients, Highly Concentrated Gels, Easy to Use Squeezy Tubes, Transform Plain Cakes Into Bright, Eye-Catching Creations - Red 25g

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To use, simply add a small drop at a time to sugar paste, icing, buttercream, cake mix, modelling paste, royal icing or marzipan and mix until you achieve the desired shade. Just a small amount of these highly concentrated gels produces instant colour, making them a great long-lasting addition to kitchen cupboards. Please Note: Customised or personalised items are excluded from the regulations and cannot be returned. Due to food safety concerns, ready-made cakes are not subject to return unless considered faulty or not fit for purpose. These high-quality and fantastic value gel food colouring colours are great for adding bursts of colour to your next celebration cake, perfect for making a rainbow birthday cake or decorating and finishing a unicorn cake! Because the gel is so concentrated you only need to use a little at a time making Colour Splash Gels highly cost effective and great for busy, colour loving, bakers.

Most Colour Splash food colouring is vegan-friendly and does not contain any animal-derived e-numbers. It is labelled as vegetarian rather than vegan but this is due to a risk of cross-contamination with milk products. Natural food colouring alternatives Did you know that not all food colouring is vegan? This post will tell you everything you need to know about choosing suitable colouring for baking, which brands are vegan-friendly and alos how to colour your food naturally. If you prefer to avoid artificial ingredients, there are natural products you can use to colour your baked goods instead. It’s best to use powdered ingredients where possible. If using a liquid, you’ll need to use more to get a strong enough colour, which will potentially change the texture and flavour of your bake. Strawberry frosting– naturally dyed pink! Red and pink natural colours

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The gel's colour coordinated plastic tube is very easy to use and fantastic for cake decorators and bakers of all skill levels. The fine nozzle slowly releases the gel for a more precise, controlled application so you can always achieve the perfect shade while keeping any mess or waste to a minimum. You can naturally dye your bakes yellow by using turmeric powder. This is a potent spice so I recommend using only a little bit. I don’t imagine a turmeric-flavoured cake would taste very nice! To ensure your icing is as white as possible and not an off-white colour, which can be the case in some instances, Sugarflair Superwhite is a powder which can be added to icing. Bursting with high-quality colour, the affordable range of Colour Splash edible gels are an absolute must-have for any creative cake decorator.

To make orange, you can use a combination of turmeric and any of the red powders. Alternatively, something like carrot powder will work too. Natural green colouring With a highly concentrated formula, you don’t need to use a large quantity of the Sugarflair Maximum Concentrated Paste Colours to obtain the desired results. This is particularly well suited for colouring fondant, flower paste, buttercream and cake mixes. It can also be used as paint if a small amount of water or rejuvenator spirit is added.Transform plain cakes into bright, eye-catching creations with Colour Splash Food Colouring Gels. These highly concentrated gels add instant edible colour to icing, sugar paste, modelling paste, royal icing, marzipan, buttercream, and cake mixes. Why might food colouring not be vegan, I hear you ask? This isn’t because of eggs, honey or milk like you might expect- it’s actually due to some of the e-numbers used. Certain e-numbers are used to give these liquids their bright colours and not all of them are free from animal byproducts.

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