There’s something so delightful about rainbow foods, isn’t there?
And St. Patrick’s Day is the ideal day to whip out some fun rainbow foods for your kids. (or honestly for any party, especially a rainbow themed party!!)
Some of these rainbow recipes are very simple, while some are a bit more intense, but whatever your celebrating speed is, I hope you’ll find some fun inspiration to celebrate on March 17th!
10 Darling Rainbow Foods
I mean . . . if there is a kid alive who wouldn’t be thrilled to see these rainbow waffles at breakfast, I want to meet that kid.
RAInbow rice krispieS
This takes your basic rice krispie treat to a whole new level, and I’m HERE for it as I’m sure anyone would be.
rainbow fruit kabobs
These are so cute and the perfect healthy afternoon snack. Even better, make your kids assemble them because they are so easy to throw together!
rainbow veggie skewers
Another fun rainbow kabob idea! This is a fun side dish for dinner – who knew vegetables could be so gorgeous?
This rainbow jello takes COMMITMENT, but it is undeniably gorgeous. I mean…look at those layers!
Sign me right up for these rainbow pancakes – aren’t they pretty?
rainbow fruit pizza
If I had to choose just one of the rainbow foods on this list, it’d have to be this one. It’s so so pretty! Almost too beautiful to eat…almost.
My smoothies usually look like green/brown sludge (thanks, spinach), but these smoothies are works of art and my girls would go crazy over something like this.
Who wants plain white popcorn when you can have this rainbow popcorn instead? Not me.
rainbow funfetti dip
My children would 100% LOSE THEIR MIND if they came home from school and saw this rainbow snack. You could also dip apple slices in it for a bit more nutrition (small though that might be. . . ).
Do you have any fun rainbow food recipes? If so, I’d love to add more to my list!