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 ... More »

A basic box of food coloring includes red, green, yellow and blue and can be mixed together with a clear or pure white base to make thousands of colors and hues. Color mixes are typically measured in drops of each color ... More »

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A food coloring chart shows cooks how to make a wide range of frosting colors by mixing plain white frosting with particular ratios of standard food colorings. The Food Network offers an online slideshow of a food colori... More »

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To find a leak in a swimming pool, fill a small bottle with water and a few drops of food coloring or dye. Add several drops to the pool water, concentrating on areas where you suspect a leak, and watch the dye closely. ... More »

To make homemade food for a Baby Alive doll, mix 3 tablespoons of baking soda and 3 tablespoons of water in a bowl, add 3 drops of food coloring to the mixture, and stir until the contents are fully blended and creamy. A... More »

One popular technique for dying Easter eggs is to combine approximately 1 teaspoon of vinegar and 20 drops of food coloring in 1 cup of hot water. The hot water container, a small bowl or a cup, must be deep enough to su... More »

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Mix equal parts water and baking soda with a few drops of food coloring to make Baby Alive food. Use warm water, and aim for a smooth, creamy texture to help prevent the doll from clogging. If baking soda is not availabl... More »