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My mother made the most beautiful Easter cake with this recipe; so thank you the coloring worked wonderfully. Thank you.

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Tammy B. April 16, 2014

This technique worked great, thanks for posting! I used 6 drops of yellow food coloring for my daughter's 1st B-Day "Little Chick" cake & it was a nice bright true yellow.

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ct in ut July 22, 2011

I used this for toasted coconut and it worked great. Thanks so much!

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Realtor by day, Chef by night May 07, 2011

Great, cheap decorations-you've gotta love that!

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um-um-good September 07, 2007

I used this for the grass on my golf course birthday cake. I used green food coloring and just added enough to get the color I wanted. Thanks for posting, this was a life saver!

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atm1970 April 21, 2007

I used this as grass on top of cupcakes iced with green icing for the superbowl. I used pecans as footballs. Kids loved it.

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Oolala March 17, 2007

This is such a fun and easy way to help achieve a festive look. I usually only think of it at Easter, though, and always make "grass". I have decorated many Easter desserts with it over the years, but need to remember other colors and occasions as well. I sometimes get a little heavy-handed with the food coloring, so when it will be touching something I don't want the color to bleed onto, I spread it out and let it dry a bit before using. There may be many who haven't thought of this simple way to add a little visual interest, so thanks for posting!

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GaylaJ March 25, 2006
Colored Coconut Flakes