They say you are what you eat. If that’s true, what are you?
A diet consisting of bland, boring, beige foods like fried concoctions and bread seems yummy for a little while, but that’ll really catch up to you. Adding color with fresh veggies and natural ingredients can really turn your life around. I’d rather turn into a rainbow than a mushy beige blob, wouldn’t you?
Some of these 15 pictures of rainbow foods might change the minds of even the most health-averse folks out there. They’re all just so beautiful. Don’t worry, though, there are also some sugary desserts on this colorful list! If you have a sweet tooth, you won’t be left behind.
From the purples and pinks in beets and red cabbage, to the leafy greens in roughage, all the way to the deep blues of berries, nature is out there to bring so much color to your plate. And for dessert, a little bit of coloring never hurt anyone!
Which of these foods is your favorite?
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A fine example of the rainbow coming from our natural world rather than artificial colorings and sugar. You might have a hard time getting every color in one bite, though, ’cause this sandwich is a doozy!
Who cares about the carbs when your bagel is a rainbow?
After a healthy meal, you would definitely deserve a sugary rainbow cake pop as a reward.
You’ve heard of avocado toast, but what about gold-leaf rainbow toast? Now that’s something worth whatever it costs!
I’ll be darned if this isn’t the most heavenly bowl of food I have ever seen in my entire life. According to the_sunkissed_kitchen, the blue base is bluemajik-stained coconut yogurt.
Can you believe that these rainbow crepe cakes are completely vegan? I bet they are as delicious as they look.
Did you ever think a burger could be so colorful and devoid of brown? This mango breakfast burger full of yummy fruits is gorgeous.
Chia will keep you satisfied for a long time, curbing unhealthy cravings. When it’s a rainbow? That’s just a bonus.
A snack plate of champions for all ages, dyed with natural fruit juices and that trusty bluemajik spirulina. This is a true work of art.
This has been described as a “unicorn freakshake.” Whatever that may mean, it looks absolutely delectable and sure to cause a sugar rush.
If you want to make your own rainbow food, you don’t need all of those fancy ingredients. Good old sea bass and fresh, in-season veggies will do just swimmingly.
I’ll take this rainbow pasta over regular yellow pasta any day of the week, any month of the year, any time of the day. Even breakfast.
Does this ooey-gooey grilled cheese not make your mouth water?
There honestly is no way to go wrong with rainbow donuts. They just bring so much joy!
I know it’s customary to end with dessert, but this hummus in (almost) all the colors of the rainbow is too pure and too beautiful to leave out.
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