St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Foods Platter: Fun Food for Kids!

Kids absolutely love love love this rainbow foods platter.

There’s always gold at the end of this rainbow fruit and vegetable platter, perfect for St. Patrick’s Day.

All you have to do is arrange colorful fruits and/or vegetables into a rainbow shape, and you’re good to go.

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If you don’t have the fruits and veggies I’ve used, don’t worry. Here are some variation ideas to inspire you:

Red: strawberries, cherry tomatoes, sliced tomatoes, red peppers, watermelon

Orange: orange peppers, orange slices, orange cherry tomatoes, cantaloupe, carrots

Yellow: pineapple, yellow peppers, banana slices, yellow beets, lemon slices

Green: cucumber, green peppers, broccoli, celery, honeydew

Blue, Indigo and Violet: blueberries, red grapes, concord grapes, red cabbage, blackberries, purple broccoli, eggplant

Clouds: sliced egg whites, veggie or fruit dip cups, cauliflower, mushrooms, mini marshmallows, sliced bananas, bocconcini cheese

If you want to add an additional layer of fun to this food rainbow, why not give the gives the prepared food and let them build their own rainbows!

I’ll bet they sneak in a taste or two along the way 😀

6 Comments

  1. my kids would love this! What a fun way to have a healthy snack!

    1. It is… and you can add an additional twist by having your kids create their own food rainbow. Have fun!

  2. Adorable! I’m throwing a St. Patrick’s day party, so I definitely want to include this dish. Pinning!

    1. Have fun! It’s definitely a hit — and a tricky way to get the kids interested in eating healthy 🙂

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