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I’m embarrasingly into rainbow recipes lately. I’m a middle-aged mom who bakes gluten-free rainbow cupcakes, makes rainbow jello molds and rainbow crispy treats – for myself! All my kids are taller than me now, so all the multi-colored yum is mine all mine.
Here’s the ROY G Business: a roundup of the best rainbow recipes for snacks, drinks (shots, cocktails and mocktails) and baked goods suitable for a birthday party, Pride celebrations or just because it’s Wednesday.
Perhaps these aren't the full spectum of the rainbow, but some slight adjustments can make these in any colors you like. As is, they are a great Christmas cookie or treat for Cinco de Mayo. Make two green layers for St. Patrick's Day or two red levels for Valentine's Day. So versatile!
If you rainbow cakes or cupcakes just won't do, mix it up with these swirly, twirly rainbow cheesecake bars. Like the Italian Rainbow cookies, you can switch up the colors and the shades to make it a good fit for any holiday or party theme.
The recipe creator Meghan says Rainbow Lemon Cheesecake Bars are simple to make with just a handful of everyday ingredients. Sweet and creamy with a citrus zing.
I was really impressed with Sammie of Down Red Bud Drive's endlessly adaptable recipe for no-bake cheesecake cups. Look at all the variations she has on her site in one post. Of course, the rainbow one is the cutest.
You've seen those Insta-worthy rainbow cakes and thought it was just for the professionals. Nope! Now you can make it in your own humble, non-farmhouse kitchen. Here are all the tips you need to make your rainbow masterpiece.
Don't just top your treats with a rainbow icing, make it colorful through and through. A bit of work, these mini unicorn rainbow donuts are worth it. Watch the video on The Flavor Bender and don't leave off the shimmery finishing touches.
The secret ingredients used to color these batches of party popcorn will surprise you. Your people will be eating something not-bad for them and will think it's a treat. Easily adapted for many food allergies and intolerances.