The Best Ways to Naturally Colour your Food
Get Creative, Eat Healthy
When we bake, we bake for someone we love (baking for yourself counts)
So why would you add artificial colouring to the mix? 😬
We're not here to get into the dirty deets...We're just here to keep it au naturel
And guess what?
Cost isn't the issue.
That amazing "cheesecake" above uses 1 teaspoon of SMOOV blue spirulina powder. So that means you can colour about 50 more cakes. Just don't eat 'em all at once😉
Eat good, feel good.
Happy & healthy baking!
For 50 shades of blue, use:
Blue Spirulina: Virtually tasteless and a little goes a LONG way.GET BLUE SPIRULINA
Butterfly Pea Flower: Darker with a nice earthy kick.GET BUTTERFLY PEA FLOWER
For the prettiest pinks, use:
Pink Pitaya: It's like an earthy watermelon.GET PITAYA
Beet: For sweet & earthy notes.GET BEET
Or use our freeze dried raspberry & strawberry powders. They're as close to the real thing as possible.GET BERRY POWDERS IN BULK
For a juicy orange, use:
Red Goji Berry: For a naturally sweet, savoury & nutritious boost.GET RED GOJI
For a passionate purple, use:
Black Goji Berry: For a sweet & floral boost.GET BLACK GOJI
Maqui Berry: For a subtly sweet & slightly tart kick.GET MAQUI BERRY
For a healthy green, use:
Green Spirulina or Chlorella: Very little of this sea veggie needed for a BIG boost.
Wheatgrass Juice Powder: With over 6x more nutrients than plain wheatgrass powder alone, it also helps with digestion.
We hope this inspires you to get creative in the kitchen because keeping things interesting and getting a huge variety of foods is the best way to stay on track❣️
GET creative, eat HEALTHY!