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Edible Finger Painting for Baby

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Edible Finger Painting for Baby from Wildflower Ramblings

My daughter loves arts and crafts far more than my son ever did.  Since we can’t use flour in our concoctions (due to my son’s allergies), I have to make do with other ingredients.  This recipe is so, so simple.  And makes for so much (safe  and edible!) fun for baby.  However, this edible finger painting recipe won’t produce a picture you can keep.  It won’t dry nicely to save in an album or binder, so just keep that in mind!

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All you need for this painting is yogurt and natural food coloring!  (We use the India Tree Natural Food Coloring Brand — the colors aren’t as vibrant and the blue is a bit purple-ish, but I love that they are derived from vegetables!)  Mix until you get your desired color.

Edible Finger Painting for Baby from Wildflower Ramblings

Happy creating and painting,

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  1. Wonderful, Amy! I bought some natural colors to use and I was disappointed. The yellow was the only color I liked. The green was brown and the beet juice color was not as good as homemade beet juice color. The “blue” is a pretty purple color, though, and the red and yellow look great!

    1. Hmmmm, they are a bit different than the artificial food colorings, but definitely still vibrant enough for May — you must have gotten a bad batch :( <3

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