Color Your World with a Mouth-Watering Rainbow Snack

Looking for a colorful and delicious snack that’s easy to make? Look no further than this fun Rainbow Snack!

With its vibrant hues and sweet, crunchy texture, this snack is sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike.

Be sure to check out the rest of our easy snack recipes, too!

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Looking for a colorful and delicious snack that's easy to make? Look no further than this fun Rainbow Snack!

Adorable Rainbow Books

Enjoy these Rainbow Books that are perfect once your kids are done playing!

How the Crayons Saved the RainbowHow the Crayons Saved the RainbowThe World Made a RainbowThe World Made a RainbowHappiness Is a Rainbow (Books of Kindness)Happiness Is a Rainbow (Books of Kindness)Happy RainbowHappy Rainbow

 

Planting a RainbowPlanting a RainbowWhat Makes a Rainbow?: A Magic Ribbon BookWhat Makes a Rainbow?: A Magic Ribbon BookI Can Eat a RainbowI Can Eat a RainbowA Rainbow of My OwnA Rainbow of My Own

 

It’s the perfect way to tie in learning about colors to your fun activities!

Extra Rainbow Ideas!

First, don't miss these printable rainbow ideas to do at home or for your classroom!

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Additional Easy Rainbow Activities

You can make easy DIY rainbow colored salt in just minutes and then you have amazing materials for lots of sensory play!

Another fun rainbow activity to do with the kids would be to grow rainbow crystals.

With its vibrant hues and sweet, crunchy texture, this snack is sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike. Perfect for St. Patrick's Day!

Rainbow Snack

Made with just two simple ingredients, it’s a fun and easy treat that’s perfect for parties, playdates or a sweet pick-me-up during a busy day.

So why settle for boring snacks when you can have a rainbow of flavors and colors with our Fruit Loops and Marshmallow Rainbow Snack?

This snack is also the perfect way to add a little extra luck and cheer to your St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

materials for St. Patricks' Day snack

Supplies:

rainbow snack in process
fun rainbow treat with fruit loops and marshmallows

Directions:

Add Fruit Loops cereal to the stick in rainbow color order (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple). 

Repeat this step if desired if you have room on the stick you are using. Leave room at the end of each side of the stick for the marshmallow. 

Stick a marshmallow on each end of the stick to complete the snack. 

Allow kids to eat from their creation or eat the leftover cereal and/or marshmallows. 

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    2 Comments

    1. Sure that my kids will like this rainbow snack. Two ingredients of this snack are also available. But, at home, I only have tiny marshmallows. Can I do with them?

      1. I think it’s easy enough to use small marshmallows – just add extras at the end to the contents don’t fall off of the stick.

        And I’d appreciate it if you’d leave a recipe rating on the recipe card 🙂

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