Fruit Rainbow

Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone! It’s been a while since I’ve posted. Thanks for your patience. As many of you know we have a new addition to our family. He’s kept me up at night as expected and days are a bit busy since now I have two kids. Nevertheless, I always try to celebrate holidays with my boys in some fashion. We will be doing some St. Patrick’s day crafts today, but started out the morning with a rainbow fruit plate. Rainbow Resize I just gathered all the fruits I had in the refrigerator and used my imagination.


  • Green – kiwi
  • Orange – carrots or oranges
  • Red – raspberries
  • Blue – blueberies
  • White bread
  • Cream cheese


  1. Cut fruit if desired
  2. Arrange fruit to make a rainbow
  3. Using shears or a cloud cookie cutter to cut out bread into a cloud shape
  4. Top bread with cream cheese and add to the ends of the rainbow


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