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|How to Make: Dyed Noodles
|Colored noodles are great for a variety of projects. Use this recipe a day a head of time to have some brightly Colored
noodles are great for craft colored noodles for your project. What's even better, buy your pasta in the bulk bin at your
discount supermarket and you can get quite a bit for very cheap!
Here are a few different pasta shapes
that we'll be working with.
|Making your own homeschool craft resources not only saves you money, it can be a learning experience
as well! Children love the hands on experience that comes with each of these different recipes and enjoy
learning about the different ingredients of some of the familiar products they use everyday.
Just a tip: Purchase your noodles at
better and you can pick and choose
from a wide variety of different pasta.
Add in some vinager. We used 1
1/2 Tablespoons for the amount of
noodles in our sandwich bags and it
Add in your Food Coloring. We
used 10-15 drops of each color
To speed up the drying time we
spread our noodles out on paper
plates and left them in the sun for
the afternoon. When they were
completly dry some were stuck
together, so we gently pulled them
Repeat Steps for each color you
have for your noodles. We got
brown by mixing a few drops of all
Arrange your pasta in bags, one for
each color. (NOTE: You might
want to color the Jumbo noodles
Zip up your bag and shake, shake,
shake! Add more food coloring if
you like, but remember the noodles
will come out a little brighter as they
soak up the liquid.