Who says St. Patrick’s Day has to be all shades of green? Add a healthy splash of color to your snack table with this how-to rainbow fruit platter! 1. First gather and slice fruit. We suggest raspberries, oranges, pineapple, kiwi and blueberries. 2. Arrange each fruit of choice according to its color in a rainbow pattern: red, orange, yellow, green and blue. 3. Don’t forget the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow! Add some gold candy coins to accent your platter with a chocolate treat.
Fruit Rainbow: With spring upon us and summer quickly approaching, all different types of fruit are in season. I love the idea of making a fruit rainbow for a party platter. It’s also a great way to eat your colors and to get kids to eat healthy as well.
Original pin said Rainbow fruit wedding idea. YASSSS Totally stealing idea for PRIDE Wedding ideas
This Rainbow Fruit Pizza is a beautiful dessert that everyone will LOVE! The most delicious cream cheese frosting is spread over a chew sugar cookie crust and piled high with fruits in every color of the rainbow! The perfect dessert to feed a crowd! #rainbow #fruitpizza #fruit #dessert #creamcheesefrosting #sugarcookie
A great Project for Kids. No Cooking Involved & A Great Option for a Holiday or Party Fruit Platter: The idea of a “Rainbow Fruit Kabob” is simply to select fruit that matches the colors of the rainbow
Gold at the end of the rainbow fruit platter is perfect for a special St. Patrick's Day snack or meal idea. It uses rainbow colored fruits, marshmallows for the clouds and Rolos for the pot of "gold". It's an easy kid-pleaser.