Rainbow Sprinkle Treats and Recipes We Can’t Wait To Try!
Rainbows are awesome, friends, and what’s even MORE awesome than spotting a rainbow up in the sky is planning a rainbow-inspired party with rainbow sprinkles galore! Birthday party, back to school, or just for the heck of it — today we’re sharing some funky rainbow sprinkle treats to wow the crowd at your next shindig!
Homemade Pop Tarts: Hello, the tastiest version of a childhood favorite! These would be so much fun if you’re planning a slumber party for your little one, or heck, just as a treat for the whole family. Check out the recipe from Everything Is Poetry and fill these babies with your favorite jam or fruit concoction!
Chocolate Dipped Strawberries: If you’re wanting to add a little fruit to your rainbow sprinkle spread, try these yummy bites from Pequeocio! Kids will LOVE helping you make these fun little desserts.
Sprinkle-Dipped Macarons: I’ve never made macarons on my own, but maybe you have? If you want to test out this cool idea from La Pêche Fraîche you’ll have some delicious and party-ready treats on hand! I think you could totally get the kiddos to help out with the sprinkle part of the process!
Oreo Pops: I LOVE Oreos and if you want to make them a little bit fancier, why not grab for those tiny little sprinkles? Dip them in chocolate — you could do white or any other color if you’re in the mood for something different — and press them into your sprinkles before wowing your crowd with your “baking” prowess. 😉 This awesome idea is from Makoodle.
Cake Batter Truffles: Mmm, the Novice Chef is rockin’ it with these yummy sprinkled truffles! There are just six things you need to make these and even fewer reasons you’ll need to eat ’em up! YUM!
Chocolate Covered Pretzels: Mmm, white chocolate and a dash of pretty sprinkles make these tasty morsels from Sugar Cooking the perfect salty/sweet snack!
Banana Pops: Just one more way to make fruit a little more fancy for your sprinkle-inspired fete! I can’t wait to try this idea from Baby Bites.