How to make colored icing and edible glitter.

 
Advertisment
 

To make edible glitter:

1/4 cup sugar 1/2 teaspoon of food coloring mix it, bake 10 min in oven on 350*

How to Make Silver/gold colored icing and edible glitter

For More Instructions Just Go to NEXT page below

Colored glitter

1/4 cup sugar and 1/2 teaspoon of food coloring mixed, bake 10 min in oven on 350* (175 grade C) to make edible glitter How to Make SILVER food Coloring Combine equal parts blue and black food dye in the empty food dye bottle. Seal the bottle with its cap. Shake the bottle vigorously for 10 seconds. Remove cap. Test the shade of the silver dye by mixing two drops with the white icing. If the color is too dark, add a small amount of white icing into the dye bottle, seal and shake. If the color is too light, add two drops of black dye, replace the top and shake. How to Make GOLD food Coloring Add 10 drops of yellow food coloring into your mixing dish. This will be the base for your food coloring, any additions will be added to this initial color. Add one drop of red food coloring into the mixing dish and mix the colors together with a toothpick. The disproportional amount of yellow will keep the coloring from turning orange, and the read will act to dull the yellow, creating a gold tint. Use a small amount of the food coloring on a test piece of dough or a cracker. Let the color set in. Check back in a few minutes to see the final color. If the color is too light, add another drop of red to your mixture and test again. If the color is too dark or resembles orange, add more yellow food coloring to the mixture. Repeat testing until you reach the desired gold hue. 1/4 cup sugar and 1/2 teaspoon of food coloring mixed, bake 10 min in oven on 350* (175 grade C) to make edible glitter

Advertisment

Join The Conversation

You can try find out more about How to make colored icing and edible glitter.
JUST USE THIS FORM FOR SEARCH


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Advertisment
 

Top Story

Follow Us on Facebook

 
Advertisment
 

Warning!

Looking for Reading?