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Taken from Edible Glitter To make colored sugar: 1/4 cup granulated sugar (not brown, not confectioners, castor sugar or superfine sugar is ok) 1/2 teaspoon of liquid food coloring 1: Mix the sugar and food coloering 2: spread out on parchment paper (I added this step) 3: bake at 350 F for 10 minutes. 4: store in air tight container you can also do ...
Colored sanding sugars can be run through a spice grinder to gain this effect. Note, you will lose much of your intensity of color. PS - Make sure your spice grinder/coffee grinder is VERY clean.
From my experience coloring regular sugar with ordinary food coloring, drying it, and then crushing it in a mortar yields good results. Be careful to not use too much food coloring though, or it will never dry properly! I haven't tried to see if cornstarch might save it, but as long as you do the drying properly and don't overdo the amount of color it ...
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