Sur La Table Is Now Selling All-Natural Easter Egg Dyes
No artificial colors? Time to get egg-cited!
While we recommend everyone avoid artificial colorings and flavorings, natural dyes are especially great for those with food allergies or adverse reactions to food dyes since they’re free of synthetic compounds like Red 40 and Blue Lake. And ColorKitchen's dyes are also vegan, gluten-free, and non-GMO, and comes with everything you need to dress your eggs in holiday-festive colors.
The egg coloring kit includes yellow, orange, purple, and blue powdered dyes made from naturally sourced herbs and plants such as cabbage, radish, and annatto. It has enough to color 1-2 dozen eggs, and you can add water to adjust the vibrancy of your eggs, from pastel-pale to extra-vibrant.
The kit also comes with a mixing brush and design booklet, if you need some Easter egg inspo.
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“The egg coloring kit is still our biggest selling item every spring," said ColorKitchen Founder Ashley Phelps in a media release. "We are thrilled that Sur La Table is now offering it to their customers who tend to have an affection for baking. We hope these customers will fall in love with the vibrant colors plants can create while they’re coloring eggs with their families this Easter,”
ColorKitchen’s Easter Egg Coloring Kit is available online and in stores for $8.95.