These rainbow treats are sure to be a huge hit for St. Patrick’s Day. Last week we showed you some fun rainbow crafts, and today we’re sharing some yummy snacks!
13 Delicious Rainbow Treats
1. Learn how to make fun swirly rainbow cupcakes by mixing white cake mix with food coloring.
2. Make a fruit rainbow with grapes, blueberries, pineapple, oranges and strawberries. Add a little whip cream at the end for a cloud! From Meaningful Mama.
3. Try making green milk for St. Patrick’s Day and pairing it with fruit bites in rainbow colors. From Lessons Learnt Journal.
4. For a yummy snack, make a festive fruit and yogurt parfait filled with Lucky Charms! From JDaniel4’s Mom.
5. Add rainbow swirled icing to your cupcakes. Here’s how!
6. Let your kids in the kitchen to help make this healthy snack. Pick out your favorite colorful fruits and make rainbow fruit kabobs. From Serving Pink Lemonade.
7. Take your favorite pancake mix and separate it into smaller bowls and dye each a different rainbow color using food coloring. This is the perfect St. Patrick’s Day breakfast! From Meaningful Mama.
8. Here is a little snack for each of the seven rainbow colors. Divide them each into their own colorful little container for a magical afternoon snack. From Bent On Better Lunches.
9. Make a colorful vegetable rainbow using peppers, carrots and tomatoes. Use chips in a small bowl as the pot of gold and ranch dressing for a cloud! From Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons.
10. Spread peanut butter on a cracker and place skittles in the shape of a rainbow. From The Active Toddler.
11. Here’s a delicous recipe for some homemade rainbow sprinkle cookies. If you don’t have time to make them from scratch, you can always buy a pre-made mix and add in sprinkles! From Dollhouse Bake Shoppe.
12. Here is another great breakfast for St. Patrick’s day – belgian waffles in festive rainbow colors! Here is how to mix the batter together. From Random Thoughts of a Supermom.
13. Make some sugar cookies and let your kids paint them! Yes, paint them! Just mix food coloring with pancake syrup to make an edible paint.Powered by Sidelines