YOUR selection of 20
All natural food colors
Rainbow Color Food Dyes
The Rainbow Colors consist of 20 carefully curated natural food colors from all over the world. The colors include blue, green, yellow, orange and various pink and red hues – all organic from plants, flowers and roots. No chemicals whatsoever have been used in the growing nor production process.
In order to turn the organic flowers, roots and plants into powder we use a very time-consuming process. We harvest the plant, then air-dry it for several days and then use large grinders/mills to turn everything into a fine powder.
Below you’ll find a list of all organic food dyes currently available.
Your can select 20 different food dyes from any of the currently available natural food dyes in our shop for your order (see list below).
We’ll reach out to you via e-mail right after your order to help you with your selection:
Use healthy natural food colors
@elavegan made a colorful chia smoothie bowl and served it in a coconut, which we simply love. The smoothie base is just plain banana icecream (just blend frozen bananas until creamy). Get the full recipe on our blog and start enjoying the natural goodness of organic food dyes.
The internet and cookbooks are packed with colorful rainbow cakes, but they’re all made with artifical food colors! Choose the healthy way and substitute the chemical stuff with organic goodness. The colors of hibiscus, tumeric, spinach, butterfly pea and chlorella are just as vivid.
Food Stylist lulusdreamtown creates these mouth-watering blue desserts on a regular basis. The butterfly pea flower powder contained in the rainbow colors set turns a LOT of foods blue, try it in your yogurt, milk, pasta, rice, chia seeds … the list goes on!
Blue Coconut Protein Zoothie Bowl by @healthyeating_jo! A healthy and good-looking combination of frozen banana, butterfly pea flower powder, spirulina, silken tofu and coconut milk protein topped with a few fresh tropical fruits and you’ve got yourself a perfect breakfast to start your day.
@elavegan made homemade bagels with all kind of different toppings and shared the recipe on our blog. Our favorite is the Blue bagel which is made using coconut yogurt with passionfruit and butterfly pea flower powder. Be sure to follow her on Instragram for more of these mouth-watering recipes made with all organic food dyes.
@rawcrush created these all blue burgers with butterfly pea powder pizza buns, Korean bbq tofu and salad. You can add butterfly pea flower powder to (almost) any food or clear liquid to make it blue, for blue burgers you’ll just have to add a few teaspoons of the food dye to the tough, then bake as you normally would.