Friday, May 24, 2024

Rainbow Toast – A fun St. Patrick’s Day snack idea!


Inside this post I share the coolest St. Patrick’s Day snack! It’s rainbow toast for kids! It’s quick to make and delicious too!

What’s a fun St. Patrick’s day food to make? Try rainbow toast!

We were introduced to painted toast a few years ago and I’ve been dying to do it again! I finally tried it with my weekly toddler & preschooler class and the bread painting was a HIT!

I mean… how cool is it to actually get to PAINT your food?!

The kids were a little skeptical that Miss Kristina was inviting them to do something bad and kept asking if it was ok to eat the paint! When I showed them how I made it they were relieved and excited to CREATE and EAT their rainbow creations. They loved mixing colors too!

Preschoolers and toddlers love snacktivities!

Some kids tasted it. Some kids were hesitant. Some kids ate the whole thing.

All of them had a fun hands-on snacktivity time! I had to join in and make my own too! It looked so cool.

What you need

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Here are some of the simple ingredients and materials you need to make rainbow toast.

  • Piece of white bread (toasted bread makes a more solid surface for painting)

Directions for making Rainbow Toast

Here’s the recipe for making this fun and creative rainbow toast.

  1. Start by making your rainbow colored paint.
  2. Get out 5 small bowls.
  3. Put a 1/4 cup of sweet and condensed milk in each cup.
  4. Add gel food coloring to each cup (one color food coloring per bowl)
  5. Stir each color with a spoon and add gel until you get your desired color.
  6. Toast your bread in the toaster.
  7. Place a piece of bread on a plate.
  8. Give kids a paintbrush and then let them start painting their toast!
  9. Encourage kids to make designs and lines on the bread using the colors in the different cups.
  10. Once finished paint, eat the toast!
  11. Repeat with additional slices of bread.



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