Celebrate Spring and St. Patrick’s Day with 25 Rainbow Foods for Kids that are just as fun to make as they are to eat!
Rainbow Themed Party Foods for Kids
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Whether it’s sweet frosted cookies or skewers of fresh fruit, there are plenty of rainbow recipes to be found! Check out this list, full of colorful sweet treats as well as healthy options we know you’re going to love:
Rainbow Food Ideas
Cookies, cake and marshmallows, oh my! So many different rainbow foods to choose from. Which one will you try first?
Make super vibrant rainbow cookies with this fun recipe from Amanda’s Cookin’.
The Decorate Cookie‘s rainbow and unicorn cookies make the perfect yummy partners in crime.
Kids will be obsessed with this rainbow pinata cake from Hungry Happenings. Once you cut into it, out comes lots and lots of candy!
In case you need another totally adorable rainbow unicorn cookies check out this one from Totally the Bomb!
Simplistically Living‘s rainbow unicorn cinnamon rolls will be a huge hit at any party!
Not only are Snappy Gourmet‘s rainbow painted sugar cookies delicious, but they mix together baking and painting in the most epic way!
Bring some joy into the day with these colorful rainbow marshmallow pops, from The Nerd’s Wife.
Everyone loves unicorns! Make these adorable unicorn poop cookies, and they’ll be sure to be a big hit among everyone.
Easy Rainbow Jello
Do your kids love that jiggly stuff? I know a lot of adults who do, too! Here are a few bright and colorful rainbow treats made from gelatin:
This rainbow ribbon Jell-o, from Brown-Eyed Baker, is the perfect treat to bring to any social gathering!
Glorious Treats‘ cute layered rainbow parfaits taste like heaven.
Make your own glass block Jell-0 with this cool idea from Our Best Bites.
Colors of the Rainbow
Rainbow foods aren’t always in the exact layers of the rainbow. Sometimes they are all twirled or sprinkled together:
Got a child who loves My Little Pony? Then they’ll love these rainbow magic wands from Views from the Ville.
These rainbow tie dye sugar cookies from Dine and Dish are…”tie dye for”!
Mom on Timeout‘s rainbow cookie bark is so sweet and fun!
Rainbow Breakfast Foods
Make your breakfast colorful with rainbow pancakes, waffles, and toast! Layer some beautiful smoothies or create tasty fruit skewers to look like rainbows:
But if you prefer waffles over pancakes, make these rainbow waffles, from I Am Baker, instead!
This rainbow swirl bread, from Girl Versus Dough (on Tablespoon), may look simple on the outside, but once you bite into it, you’re in for a fun surprise!
Learn Play Imagine‘s rainbow toast combines breakfast and painting. The kids will love it!
These rainbow fruit skewers, from Raining Hot Coupons, keep things healthy and colorful.
Sweet & Savory by Shinee‘s beautiful rainbow smoothie mixes together fruits and vegetables for a magical result!
Rainbow Lunch and Snack Foods
For lunch or snack time you can create food that looks like a rainbow, or simply use all the beautiful colors of the rainbow to make something delicious:
Feed hungry kids with this festive, healthy, and easy to put together rainbow meat & cheese tray, from The Joys of Boys.
Sugar Dish Me‘s mini fruit tacos are filled with yummy fruits and lots of cream cheese. The kids will definitely be asking for seconds!
Not only is Gimme Some Oven‘s rainbow veggie flatbread pizza wonderful to look at, it’s beyond delicious too!
Happy Hooligan‘s rainbow water will be a massive hit on St. Patrick’s Day.
Gimme Some Oven‘s Rainbow veggie skewers are perfect to cook on the grill and enjoy outside with the whole family!
These whole fruit popsicles, from The View from Great Island, have a sweet and healthy twist.
The Pinning Mama‘s engaging rainbow bento lunch will have your kids looking forward to lunch time!
St. Patrick’s Day Activities and Recipes for Kids
What rainbow recipe will you and your family be trying out first? Comment below!