The food product responsible for starting the rainbow food boom: the rainbow bagel. After photos of these bad boys went viral, nobody wanted to settle for boring tan-colored bagels anymore.
If bagels aren't your thing, lots of people are also using colored batter to turn their waffles up a few notches.
Or maybe you're more of a pancake person.
But really what good is breakfast food without some coffee to go with it? Some rainbow lovers have begun adding food coloring to steamed milk in order to really liven up the look of their morning java.
Even sushi is getting the rainbow treatment! Adventurous chefs are coloring their rice to make their sushi rolls even more photogenic.
Even grilled cheese is going rainbow!!
A normal PB & J becomes a whole lot more exciting with slices of rainbow bread!
Rainbow pasta is also taking over. This is a perfect idea for kids!
Even Oreos aren't safe from stepping outside of their usual black-and-white mold.
Yep, burgers too! Of course, it's just the buns that are dyed rainbow --- don't get too crazy.
The logical next step from rainbow bagels was rainbow doughnuts.
Since rainbow pasta and rainbow cheese exist, it shouldn't come as a surprise that rainbow mac and cheese is a thing as well.
And if that wasn't enough cheese for you: Rainbow cheesecake!
Because of course someone had to rainbow-ize a pizza after this trend began, by adding food coloring to the cheese while it was super hot.
Okay, rainbow macarons aren't as surprising as most of the other rainbow foods on this list, but they're still probably the prettiest colorful food out there.
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