Looking for a way to spruce up snacks for kids? Add a splash of color! We’re super excited to launch into a whole series of rainbow-themed activities for kids this week – and what better place to start than with food? These treats are so pretty that even your picky eater may want to get in on the action!
1 || EASY RAINBOW PRETZEL WANDS || Mom On Time Out
Super easy, super colorful, and super sweet! This is the perfect party favor treat!
2 || RAINBOW FRUIT SKEWERS || Raining Hot Coupons
On the lighter side, this would make an awesome platter to plant on the kids table at your next cookout.
3 || RAINBOW JELLO CUPS || Yummy Healthy Easy
Two ingredients? That’s our kind of cooking. These little snack cups are the perfect addition to Yummy Healthy Easy’s adorable St. Patrick’s Day spread.
4 || RAINBOW FRUIT LOOP BARS || Bloom Designs
Take it from Jenny at Bloom Designs: “any cereal can be made into a bar- think beyond the rice krispie”. Check out this colorful, sweet treat!
5 || RAINBOW TOAST || Learn Play Imagine
A St. Patrick’s Day tradition at Learn Play Imagine – rainbow toast! A great idea and a pretty snack!
6 || MINI RAINBOW DONUTS || Hoosier Homemade
“Little bites of sunshine”? Don’t mind if we do. No kid would be able to resist these beauties!
7 || FRUITY RAINBOW SNACK || Southern Krazed
Another cool, colorful fruit tray – with a St. Patrick’s Day twist!
8 || RAINBOW CHEX MIX || Tablespoon
We’re in love with this pretty, creative take on traditional Chex Mix!
9 || RAINBOW SPRING ROLLS || Thirsty For Tea
These are too gorgeous and delicious-looking not to try! And an awesome way to sneak in some veggies!
10 || RAINBOW PINWHEEL COOKIES || Tablespoon
Up the game on your traditional sugar cookie recipe with this fun recipe!
11 || RAINBOW TRIFLE || Tablespoon
They had us at “angel food cake”. Get a load of this delicious layered dessert!
12 || RAINBOW CRUNCH BALLS || Sugar Dish Me
We couldn’t possibly describe this one any better than Heather, from Sugar Dish Me does: “a complete celebration of spring and sprinkles and fruity flavors and crunchy texture and rainbows and unicorns”. How can you resist?
13 || RAINBOW WATER || Happy Hooligans
After all these delicious treats, you’re bound to need a drink, right? How about a refreshing rainbow ice water?
14 || RAINBOW KABOBS || Teach Mama
And last, but not least, kabobs to cure your sweet tooth! Get kids in on the action and this also makes a great fine motor activity!
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Jennifer @ The Jenny Evolution says
What fun! Great round-up. And wanted to share my rainbow food platter that kids love :)
Jennifer @ The Jenny Evolution
Do you pre-bake your pie shell? Do you use regular or deep dish? I have everything I need to make this dish and SO want to cook it tonight?rluy
Salmon and cherries: a worthy combination and one I’ve done in the past, too, but as grilled salmon with a cherry compote. I do love salmon salads, too, and here in the Northwest I get to enjoy them often. I like to use a bit of liquor in reductions and desserts, too, but for whatever reason have not used red wine much for that application, it looks delicious here!Recipe
Thanks for the post.
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