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thebearfootbaker.com/2016/11/red-royal-icing

The first mistake we make is not being patient. We try to make the perfect shade of red royal icing by adding so much color that you have to make three trips to the store because you keep running out of food gel. You don’t have to add a ton of red food gel to get a deep red color. You do however need to be patient.

www.reference.com/food/many-drops-red-food-coloring-need-make-red-icing-8fd717...

The Food Network's frosting chart recommends using 150 drops of red food coloring per 1 cup of frosting to make raspberry red frosting. According to McCormick, 20 - 25 drops equals 1/4 teaspoon, so this is approximately 1 1/2 teaspoons.

www.cakecentral.com/forum/t/692806/how-do-i-get-deep-red-icing

How Do I Get Deep Red Icing? Baking By ... If you have a Hobby Lobby near you they now carry americolor super red i would recommend you get that for making red. Anyway you will need to keep adding colour to what you have made already and then let it rest as it will develope over time. ... I got a really red red by adding wilton rose color to ...

www.leaf.tv/articles/how-to-make-purple-with-food-coloring

Make your own purple food coloring by mixing red and blue food coloring into a white frosting or batter. Liquid-based food coloring requires more tint to reach the desired shade, while gels are more concentrated, requiring less. Blueberries can be used to create a homemade purple coloring.

www.wikihow.com/Make-Different-Colors-With-Food-Coloring

How to Make Different Colors With Food Coloring. Food colouring or dying is a fun way to brighten up your food, whether you are looking to add some red to Santa's hat on a Christmas cake, create a yellow sun on a cupcake, or make a blue...

www.leaf.tv/articles/how-to-make-dark-red-food-coloring

If using liquid food coloring, begin with 2 to 4 drops of red food coloring and add 1 drop of black food coloring followed by 1/2 drop until the right shade is reached. For gel food coloring, begin with 1/4 teaspoon red coloring and add an 1/8 of a teaspoon of brown coloring, slowly adding more as necessary.

www.ehow.com/how_5844726_make-orange-food-coloring.html

Need to make orange frosting or create orange lettering for a birthday cake? Only one thing can mar the fun — artificial food coloring. Many people worry about synthetic food dyes. Natural DIY food coloring or a safe food-coloring brand made from organic ingredients can come to the rescue.

www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/articles/frost-by-numbers-how-to-make-frosting-colors

You can mix these colors with a standard box of red (r), yellow (y), blue (b) and green (g) food coloring. Mix 1 cup frosting with the drops indicated.

www.thespruceeats.com/how-to-make-icing-colors-486763

Do not add vanilla to your icing because it can tint your white icing ivory; Take care to scrape sides of the bowl to avoid streaks when stirring the coloring in; If the shade is not exactly right, simply add a few more drops of the required color; Basic red food coloring can add an unpleasant flavor to icing unless you find a "no-taste" product

sweetopia.net/2014/11/how-to-color-icing-red-decorated-christmas-cookies

How to Make Your Icing Red. For approximately 1 cup of icing (237 mL), add one teaspoon (5 mL), of red food gel. Note – I have gotten used to how much red food gel to add to my icing, so never measure, however to give you an idea, I’ve given you one example of measurements.