Taste the Rainbow: 12 Colorful Treats to Make for Pride Week
Break out your gel food colorings to give this festive layer cake a Technicolor effect. Alternate colorful layers with a light, lemony Swiss meringue buttercream frosting.
Rainbow Fruit Tart
Time to get greedy in the fruit aisle! Stock up on every color under the sun to crown this easy-to-make puff-pastry tart filled with freshly whipped cream.
Baked Cake Donuts
A breakfast made for joyful pre-parade consumption! Take the fuss out of these crowd-pleasing treats by baking instead of frying, then turn up the volume with colorful glazes and rainbow sprinkles.
Mini Chocolate Cupcakes with Multicolored Frosting
If tinting a cake seems too daunting, stick to working your magic up top. Use gel food coloring for first-rate flavor and consistency.
Citrus Salad with Pomegranate Seeds
Health nuts needn’t feel forgotten -- our aim is equality, after all. This fruity melange is resplendent with (almost) every color of the rainbow.
Chocolate Ganache Heart Tartlets
Love conquers all -- even chocolate. Here, an array of hand-piped meringue hearts upstages the bittersweet base.
You need a whopping 2 cups of rainbow sprinkles for this showstopper -- half goes in the cake batter and half is used to decorate the frosted exterior.
Chocolate Banana Pops
Spiced Cupcakes with Citrus Glaze
A diversity of glazes makes for a party-perfect platter. The only clash will be your guests fighting for the last one.
Frozen Rainbow Chiffon Cake
Each fruity flavor in this sorbet cake comes directly from the source. Baby, it was born this way.
Lovebirds in rainbow colors say it all. Use store-bought candies such as Sweethearts, gumdrops, jellybeans, and candy hearts to make their adorable features.
Rainbow Sorbet Cake
This cakeless cake sandwiches sorbet layers between discs of meringue -- a nod to the bright future of equality?