Papaya Whip 🎨 RGB Color Code: #FFEFD5
The hexadecimal RGB code of Papaya Whip color is #FFEFD5. This code is composed of a hexadecimal FF red (255/256), a EF green (239/256) and a D5 blue component (213/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(255,239,213). Closest WebSafe color: Cream (#FFFFCC)
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81% 26% 93% Pale Violet Red #DB7093 86% 44% 58% 340° 60% 65% 49% 86% Papaya Whip #FFEFD5 100% 94% 84% 37° 100% 92% 16% 100% Peach Puff #FFDAB9 100% 85%
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80% 47% Paolo Veronese green #009B7D 0% 61% 49% 168° 100% 30% 100% 61% Papaya whip #FFEFD5 100% 94% 84% 37° 100% 92% 16% 100% Paradise pink #E63E62 90%
topped with whipped cream and shredded cheese. The common fruits that are used in the preparation include banana, apple, kiwi, strawberry, papaya, pineapple
0 PaleGoldenrod EE E8 AA 238 232 170 Moccasin FF E4 B5 255 228 181 PapayaWhip FF EF D5 255 239 213 LightGoldenrodYellow FA FA D2 250 250 210 LemonChiffon
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