How to Dye Pasta Noodles
I've written about dying rice (y'all know I love rainbow rice!) but I wanted to share about noodles too! Back in the Fall we made noodle necklaces to practice patterns and it was so much fun. Just as simple as dying rice and maybe even a little easier. Here's what you'll need
- noodles (the bigger the better- rotelle, rigatoni, & elbow are our favorite)
- food coloring
- ziplock bags
Divide the noodles into ziplock bags, add a few drops of food color (the more you use the darker the color), and 1 teaspoon of vinegar. If the color isn't spreading as much as you'd prefer add more vinegar 1 teaspoon at a time- less is more so smoosh your bag of noodles around before adding more food color or vinegar to see if that helps first.)
Pour your noodles out on wax paper to dry (I usually leave mine over night but they don't really need that much time to dry) and voila! You have colorful fun noodles that work great as manipulatives, crafts, or anything your imagination desires! :)
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