Eating Rainbows

Rainbows are beautiful– AND delicious! If you have spent any amount of time looking up kids recipes online, I am sure that you have been inundated with images of stunning, bright and bold treats. Rainbow cupcakes, cookies, cheesecakes, ice cream sundaes… the list goes on (and on). If you made every rainbow recipe that you found on the web, you children would probably turn into a pile of sugar. My pet unicorn, Sprinkles is pretty much the only one I know that can eat that much sugar and benefit from it. Luckily, nature is also full of rainbows and healthier alternatives for your kiddos (and you!) so you can munch colorfully without feeling guilty. Here are a few of my favorite ways to fill up on rainbows– check em’ out!

Fruit & vegetable color wheel.

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Rainbow Cauliflower Crust Pizza by Gimme Delicious Food


Psychedelic Salad Rolls by Kate Loves Kale


Rainbow Veggies Skewers by Gimme Some Oven


Rainbow Salsa by Gimme Some Oven


Rainbow Fruit Kabobs by Chocolate Covered Katie


Fruity Frozen Yogurt Snacks by Cheeky Kitchen 


Rainbow Fruit Ice Cubes by Eats Amazing


Rainbow Popsicles by The First Year


Rainbow Smoothies by The First Year


Rainbow Whole-Fruit Ice Pops by 84th & 3rd


Rainbow Roasted Vegetables by hello, Wonderful


And of course… I could not resist posting this little treat. It is certainly not healthy… but man, it sure is eye candy (and real candy)! I may have to whip up a batch of these for Sprinkles.

Tie-Dye S’mores by Studio DIY

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Bon Appétit! 


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