Celebrate Pride month in classic colourful style with our rainbow recipes for pride month
This month is Pride month, a time to celebrate love and unity, acceptance and equality! So to kick things off, we’ve put together a list of rainbow recipes to help get you in the mood and party in style. Whether you’re looking for a pride rainbow cake recipe, rainbow desserts or cakes for pride month, the following recipes are not only deliciously tasty, but kaleidoscopic in colour too!
The rainbow flag has been a symbol of LGBTQ+ pride for over 40 years, and now the rainbow cake has proven to be just as symbolic, with the popularity of baking this tasty treat for pride month skyrocketing over recent years. With six luxurious layers and topped with a drool-inducing cream cheese icing, this rainbow cake recipe from Kerry Cooks is an easy step-by-step guide to baking the ultimate Instagram-worthy cake.
Rainbow fruit salad
Not quite as calorific as a cake but still as tasty, this rainbow fruit salad from Sugar, Spice and Glitter is the perfect way to get your five a day whilst still showing support! Made from tasty tangerines, sweet strawberries and other mouth-watering fruits, this vitamin packed bowl of fruit salad not only gives your body a boost but will help to brighten up your day!
Have you seen anything so perfect as these rainbow coloured pancakes? Super easy to make, light and fluffy and oh so tasty, whip these up in the morning for a perfect pride breakfast. To add to the colour and to really make these pancakes pop, sprinkle fresh fruit over the top and add a drizzle of honey or maple syrup for extra sweetness. Click here for the recipe from I am baker.
Rainbow reveal cookies
Talk about a show stopper! Not for the less patient among you, these cute little cookies take a little extra time and patience but the result is well worth it. Ideal for birthday parties and special occasions as well as celebrating pride month, these rainbow reveal cookies will be the talking point of any pride party this month, just click here for the recipe from Tastemade.
If you don’t have a sweet tooth and want to cut back on the calories, this rainbow salad from the purple pumpkin blog could be just for you. Packed with vitamins, crunch and a whole lot of colour, this tasty salad is a healthier alternative to the usual sweet treats. Plate it up at your pride party as a side dish or spice it up as a main and add toppings and extra dressing to suit your taste.
Veggie friendly and packed full of flavour (and colour), this flatbread pizza from Gimme Some Oven sure is bold and beautiful. A great way to get your daily dose of vitamins and mix up those mid-week mealtimes, this quick and easy recipe is super simple to make and a savoury way to show your support.
Topped with whipped cream, marsh mellows and a sprinkling of whatever you fancy, these rainbow cupcakes from The Baking Explorer are the most Instagram-worthy cupcakes we’ve ever seen. The step by step recipe is so super simple to follow, why not add a handful of rainbow sprinkles for added extra colour too.
Brighten up your breakfast or brunch with these pride themed rainbow bagels from Amazing Ackee. Kaleidoscopic in colour and oh so doughy, these bagels are picture perfect too.
Really easy to make and great for getting the kids involved, these fruit skewers are a fun way to get your five a day. Click here for the recipe from Eats Amazing.
Sweet, chewy and picture perfect, these rainbow cookies from Baking With Granny aren’t that hard to make at all. Made with chocolate m&m’s with a gooey centre, find the recipe here.