Rainbow-themed snacks and treats always do well, whether you're celebrating a birthday, making something fun with your kids, spicing up the day, or celebrating Pride! You make everyone happy with these rainbow recipes.
With our rainbow recipes we try to make the world a little more colorful and accepting from the kitchen! Will you help? Share your creations via #rainbowrecipes.
A delicious tropical cocktail for the summer months and perfect for Pride! This cocktail is not difficult to make; you do not need a cocktail set and can serve it in a nice long drink glass or a tulip beer glass.
This is truly a magical frozen vodka drink recipe: it changes color! It is a drink with vodka, but you can easily make a mocktail (without alcohol) - the color spectacle is certainly a success with children.
The secret ingredient to the color change will most likely surprise you, read on!
Hummus is delicious as a (vegan) sandwich spread, but it's also a perfect dip!
Whether you eat hummus on your sandwich, or you serve it with snacks; it really is perfect for any occasion. But as a vegan you are quickly bored with it.
That is why we would like to share these tasty hummus variations with you! In this rainbow hummus recipe we make 6 different flavors of hummus in the colors red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple (without food coloring)!
Making ice cubes is not too difficult. So why not make it fun? Fruit ice cubes are healthy, delicious and fun!
It instantly brightens up any drink (from lemonade to gin and tonic). You can vary endlessly with fruits, vegetables and herbs, but we are happy to share our rainbow recipe for making ice cubes with fruit!
You can find coconut balls with condensed milk in various cuisines around the world.
In Brazil they have coconut kisses (beijinhos de coco, the coconut variety of brigadeiros), in Morocco they have coconut truffles (with white chocolate), in India they have ladoo / laddu (baked in ghee) and in Italy they make coconut bonbons (Raffaello's ).
We make our own variant: rainbow coconut balls! You can use regular condensed milk, or condensed coconut milk if you eat vegan.