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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Depending on the individual's hair washing routine, and the amount of food coloring used to dye the hair, food coloring can last from as little as one week on to a couple of months according to allwomenstalk.com. Using a... More »

Food coloring will not disperse in vegetable oil, or any other kind of oil, and therefore cannot be used to color it. However, a fun experiment exists to combine food coloring and oil as a makeshift lava lamp. More »

To color dry pasta, place the noodles in a bowl or a zipper-seal bag, cover the pasta with rubbing alcohol, and then add food coloring. When the pasta reaches the desired color, remove the noodles from the dye bath, and ... More »

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Some creative uses for McCormick's food coloring include adding it to bath water to form a shark's haven or pirate's retreat and combining it with Alka Seltzer and vegetable oil to make a lava lamp. Another option is to ... More »

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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 »

When following the directions, which includes using a 1/2 cup of Bisquick baking mix to make three pancakes, a 28-ounce box of Bisquick will make 42 pancakes. The other ingredients needed include milk and eggs. More »