Monday, February 20, 2012

51 Rainbow Food Ideas for St. Patrick's Day or Rainbow Theme Party

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This post is no doubt the most colorful post on this blog!

- Rainbow cookies from The Cookie Shop

- Rainbow doodle birthday cake from Sweetapolita (tons beautiful dessert ideas there!!!)
Let your kids draw on their own birthday cake! How fun is that?!

- Rainbow fruit platter from San Diego Cooks
There are rainbow, cloud and a bucket of gold!
Fun, simple and healthy party idea!


- Rainbow Vodka jello shots. Please head over to Jelly Shot Test Kitchen for how- to.
Love the cherry!

- Pot o' gold rainbow push pops from Sweetology.
Check out how she made the little gold nuggets!!!

- St. Patrick's Day treat bag from The Audrey Files
- Rainbow pancakes how to from Live and Love.... Out Loud
- Chicken nugget rainbow wrap from Texas "type A" Mom

- Rainbow bread from Flour On Her Nose
St. Patrick's Day breakfast?
Also check out her rainbow cookies
- Mini reinbow marshmallows via Flickr 
- Cloud cake pop with rainbow from Bubble and Sweet
Awww...... how cute!
- Wow! A very long rainbow cake from weaver_brown on Flickr
- Rainbow fudge from Tablespoon
Love the colors


- Rainbow cake in a jar.
Get the recipe from Babble

- Easy rainbow cupcakes from Bits&Pieces
Love this simple idea!
- Rainbow skewers from Quick Dish
Easy, colorful, fun and healthy!

- Rainbow cheese cake from Macheesmo at Tablespoon



- Rainbow cupcakes from FamilyFun


- Rainbow slush from Wendy In Florida
- Rainbow cake from Omnomicon

- Rainbow waffles from Random Thoughts Of A Supermom

- Rainbow rice krispies from Raspberri Cupcakes

- Layered rainbow cake with a rainbow heart inside! WOW, amazing!!!
Learn how to make it with Bakingdom

- Rainbow pop tarts from Helablog


- Rainbow bento from Jewelmaker
That's one colorful lunch!

- Rainbow cake pops from Brides

- Tutorial for rainbow jello eggs from Choose To Thrive

- Rainbow tutu cake stand and lots more fun ideas for a rainbow theme birthday party.
Via Hostess


- Rainbow cake frosting.
Want to know how it's done? Head over to Chica and Jo
Gotta try this!

- Rainbow burger and spaghetti via Naomi Bulger
Pretty! But I don't think I would want to eat these ^,^

- Rainbow drinks, rainbow oreos and lot more fun ideas for rainbow theme party from Kara's Party

- Rainbow cake push pop and lots more rainbow party ideas via Hostess

- Rainbow whoopie pies from Chung Nguyen

- Rainbow cookie pops from The Decorated Cookie

- Rainbow marshmallows also from The Decorated Cookie

- Rainbow cupcakes and other fun treats for St. Patrick's Day party.
From Hoosier Homemade


- Rainbow veggie platter from Life Made Delicious

- Rainbow cookie sandwiches.
Get the recipe from Munchkin Munchies

- Rainbow gumball goody bag from Happiness Is.....
- Rainbow in cake from Not Martha

- Rainbow pie from Lisa Michele
- Hand painted rainbow donut via Flickr
- Macaron tower from Bonbini

- Unicorn poop from Kristylynn84 via Instructable

- Mini rainbow lemon cheesecake from sunshineskitchen.com

- Rain bow popsicles from ohdeedoh 


- Rainbow soda bar from Project Wedding
- Double rainbow pudding recipe from Michelle p. via Tablespoon

- Rainbow slice and bake cookies from Good Life Eats





If you have kids at home, there is an article I'm sure you will be interested: 10 Different Colors of Foods Kids Love from NannyPro.com. Check it out!
You can also find lots of useful information about parenting on this website.

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36 comments:

  1. amazing recap here...hopefully next year I will make your list once I post my fun pot of gold rainbow cupake pushpops!

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    1. Can't wait to see your rainbow push pops. The groundhog pops you made was amazing!

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  2. fantastic article!! I love purple!! (and Chocolate , ok, Chocolate is brown) I love browm!

    Can't wait to try your ideas for St. P's day!!

    thanks!!!

    Ro

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  3. Thanks for the link! I love rainbow roundups, because I love rainbow food, haha:)
    I've also got a post for Rainbow Cookies if anyone is interested
    http://www.flouronhernose.com/2011/01/rainbow-cookies.html

    <3

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    1. I added your cookie link on the post. Thank you so much for sharing your ideas!

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  4. Oh My God. i'm simply drooling here.

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  5. Amazing compliation. I must show my SIL who is also living in Vancouver.

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  6. Thank you thank you so much for the comments. Hope you all enjoy this roundup!

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  7. The fruit ideas are cute.

    But given the proven ties between artificial food dyes and health and behavioral problems, I am shuddering over the sheer volume of chemicals in most of these photos.

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    1. Yes, some of these contain scary amount of food coloring, but they sure are so pretty to look at. Hope you can find some healthier idea on this post that you like ^,^

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  8. Enjoyed this very much, but I'm looking for directions on how to make the mini reinbow marshmallows - any ideas? If so, please e-mail me: mngsmail@aol.com.

    Thanks,

    Gail

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  9. Magnificent! I love the play of colors...Any child will be captured by these treats, perhaps even adults. The unlimited creative ideas makes me really glued to your site. Thanks for the post! =)

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    1. Dear My Fudo, thank you thank you for the sweetest comment :D

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  10. Thanks so much for this fun post and for including my rainbow cake pops Xx Linda V @ Bubble and Sweet

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  12. LOVE the long rainbowcake!! Just a thought though, there are some pretty simple recipes for fondant icing that are tasty and would go great on this cake (awesome marshmallow recipes). Then, u get edible markers and let your guest write all over the cake before cutting it up and surprising them with all the colors. :)

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  13. That's absolutely a cutest idea!! I bet the guest will remember this cake for a long long long time. Thank you so much for sharing your idea ^,^

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