I can bake a vibrant rainbow!

Last year I made my first rainbow cake: in many ways it was a great success, but I felt let down by the colours. So I purchased some SugarfIMG_20160526_100138lair paste colours and it’s taken me until now to have a chance to try them out.

And WHAT a difference. The tiniest amount of paste (often less than 0.25 of a tsp) stirred into the batters produced a wonderfully vibrant colour. (Slightly terrifyingly vibrant in some cases – I was worried that people wouldn’t actually want to eat the ca

Check out the colours left on the baking parchment!

ke as it looked so artificial – but they did!)


Look at the contrast between the cake made with regular supermarket colourings (L) and the Sugarflair pastes (R)

I’m excited by the prospect of many bright cakes, icings etc.! Here are some photos of the process, and also one of the contrast between last year’s cake, using regular

supermarket purchased food colourings (where I had a use a large quantity to even achieve the slightly muted colours) and this year’s vibrant success! The colours I used were: Christmas Red, Tangerine, Melon, Mint Green, Baby Blue and Lilac.