Is your child petrified of peppers?
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Do you want to dispel his fear, but you don’t know how? Why don’t you try some pepper coloring pages to pique his interest?
Peppers are a terrific way to spruce up a dish. But do you know where this tiny, but mighty veggie, originates? Peppers come from South America, but farmers from all over the world cultivate them. It has resulted in a broad range of species with different shapes, colors, flavor and spiciness.
Today we have compiled a set of coloring pages of different types and varieties of pepper found across the world. The pepper coloring sheets are an excellent way to teach children about different kinds of peppers!
Top 10 Pepper Coloring Pages:
1. Bell Peppers:
Here’s a cute coloring sheet of a pair of bell peppers. Bell pepper is the most common sweet pepper. Bell peppers are not exactly spicy. So do not expect it to add heat to the food. The crunchy pepper is great for adding sandwiches, pizza, and salads. Bell peppers are available in a broad range of colors like red, orange, green, and yellow.
Habanero pepper is native to the Caribbean Islands and Central America. The little pepper packs a lot of spiciness and heat. Some people also consider it as the hottest type of pepper. But this isn’t true. The Indian bhut jolokia is the hottest pepper. Nevertheless, Habanero pepper adds a lot of heat to dishes, so use it judiciously.
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3. Cherry Peppers:
Cherry pepper or pimento pepper is a mild pepper. The heart-shaped pepper is about three inches wide and four inches long. The coloring sheet may even inspire your child to eat peppers. Make sure you tell him about the health benefits of cherry peppers as he colors.
4. Guindilla Verde:
The coloring sheet features Guindilla Verde. It is native to the Basque area in Spain. Guindilla Verde is quite a tender pepper with a distinct sweetness. It is best for roasting, grilling and making sauces.
5. Guernica Pepper Plant:
Here is a coloring sheet of the Guernica pepper plant. The Spanish pepper is similar to Padron pepper in the flavor but has no spiciness or heat. The pepper develops a tough skin as it matures.
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6. Cool Pepper:
Look at this pepper! Isn’t he looking cool? We are totally in love with this pepper coloring sheet. The coloring page is simple, yet fun, so children of all ages are bound to enjoy coloring the diagram. Moreover, the coloring page will not just help your child learn about the shape of peppers, but will also help him learn the spelling.
7. Hungarian Pimento:
The Hungarian Pimento resembles bell peppers but has an extra thick and juicy wall. Its skin comes off easily. So the pepper is ideal for roasting. And it makes a nice accompaniment with dips. Tell your child to use the color red or maroon for this diagram.
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8. Orange Bell Peppers:
Just like yellow bell peppers, orange bell peppers are weaker than red bell peppers. But the pepper looks quite cute. People use them as salad and roast them to add an orange color to dishes. Tell your child to draw a background for this picture. It will challenge his imagination.
9. California Wonder:
California Wonders is one of the largest peppers. It matures to 5 inches in width and length. The colorful and thick-walled pepper is perfect for stuffing. Farmers usually harvest California Wonder when it’s green and wait until it ripens to crimson red.
Poblano is one of the easy to find peppers. These peppers turn dark green as they mature. Poblano peppers have a good flavor with not much spiciness and heat. Let your child explore his creative on this coloring sheet in his way.
If you liked our pepper coloring pages, then please share with your friends and other mommies too. We hope that they will love it too.
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So why wait? Print your child’s favorite chili pepper coloring page and allow him to unleash his creativity. Which of these pepper coloring sheets did your child enjoy coloring the most? Leave us a comment below.