DIY Dye-Free Easter: Eggs, Natural Food Coloring, and Pesticide-Free Peeps

This Spring kicks off our family’s second Easter celebration sans “PAAS” egg dyes (“Petroleum Augmented Allurement System”, as I call it).  I wanted to open this post with a skippy sounding “Happy Spring!” but I just could not bring myself to do it, as I’m currently in pollen hell.  (Yes, I just typed that word […]

Video Review Of All Natural “Unreal Candy”

Sometimes having a dye-sensitive family can make you feel like you’re in a candy desert.  You read dozens of labels and even drive over an hour to stock up on all natural treats so that your kid won’t feel left out at school events and special occasions.  Halloween, Valentine’s Day, and Easter cause you anxiety. […]

That’s The Way The Cupcake Crumbles – Guest Post by Steph Emerson

Today I’m so excited to introduce you to Steph, a mom with whom I can really relate.  We both have dye-sensitive 7-year-old daughters.  We shared a similar dietary philosophy, and our children had relatively drama-free toddler years, until food coloring changed everything.  Plus, I share Steph’s secret outlook on her daughter’s dye sensitivity (read about […]

Our First Dye-Free Easter

Well it was our first dye-free Easter, and I do believe the words “peaceful”, “fun”, and even “magical” could be used to describe it.  Our long weekend with family included lots of eating out at restaurants, kids’ birthday parties, and the best egg hunt ever.  This of course meant we were surrounded by gorgeous cupcakes, […]

Have A Colorful Easter Without Artificial Food Dye

So many parents of dye-sensitive kids are approaching Easter with that same dread we felt near Valentine’s Day… It’s coming.  You can’t just act like it’s not happening.  Kids have certain expectations when it comes to this holiday, learned from friends or grocery store aisles…first and foremost – to get an awesome stash from the […]

Colorful Language: How To Identify Petroleum Colors in Food

We have been playing with our child’s diet, cutting out unnatural food coloring (made from petroleum), to see if it affects her behavior.  It’s not the sugar that’s causing the problems, at least not for her (I noticed dyes in her sugar-free pudding, no wonder she was still acting like a different kid after eating […]

Copyright © 2011 - Rebecca Evans and Die, Food Dye! All rights reserved.
Tips and recipes to reduce food waste - Love Food Hate Waste

Verified By SiteLock

website security