16 Unimaginably Colorful Rainbow Foods You'll Want To Put In And Around Your Mouth

If you follow me on social media, then you know that I'm completely obsessed with rainbow food. Who can blame me, though? Not only is rainbow-tinted food super unique and adorable, but it's also gorgeous to look at.

There's a lot more to this food trend than the rainbow bagels and grilled cheeses that have been saturating our news feeds lately, though. What do I mean? Well, I'm glad you asked...

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1. RAINBOW SUSHI

I mean, I'm pretty sure the whole world is already in love with sushi... but rainbow sushi? Yeah, that's on a whole other level of awesome.

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2. RAINBOW PIZZA

Combining all the beauty of pizza, with all the beauty of a rainbow.

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3. RAINBOW WAFFLES

This is pretty much the equivalent of taking your breakfast and dipping it in actual magic.

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4. RAINBOW COFFEE

BRB, buying all the food colouring to make this at home.

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5. RAINBOW BAGELS

Not only is this treautiful, magical, and delicious - but it's also available in Montreal.

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6. RAINBOW GRILLED CHEESE

AKA, the actual clouds at the end of a real-life rainbow.

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7. RAINBOW COTTON CANDY

Is this the trendiest rainbow dish out there right now? Yes. Is it also the most mesmerizing? Also yes.

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8. RAINBOW CAKE JARS

Easier to make than a regular cake, and about 1,000 times prettier to look at.

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9. RAINBOW SOUR CANDY STRIPS

Everyone's favourite candy is not only gorgeous to look at, but packing some serious sweet/sour goodness, too.

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10. RAINBOW JELLY

No lie, this looks super easy to make, too. Jell-O all the things!

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11. RAINBOW POPSICLES

Tell me these won't be your new favourite summer treats. You can't, because they will.

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12. RAINBOW CHEESECAKE

Truth, cheesecake is already magical. Adding in a rainbow, though? Genius.

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13. RAINBOW PANCAKES

Just when you thought pancakes couldn't get any batter, bam. It's been dipped in magic.

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14. RAINBOW CUP CAKES

Am I the only one who thinks that this cupcake looks like it went through an actual, real-life rainbow?

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15. RAINBOW DONUTS

Honestly, I thought there was no possible way to make donuts better than they already are. Rainbow-ing them up pretty much did it, though.

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16. RAINBOW ICE CREAM

Imagine all the flavours... Actually, forget it, just imagine how magical it would be to eat a literal ice cream rainbow.

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Behold: The "Rainbow Grilled Cheese". Some would say the "Rainbow Grilled Cheese" is not the most tasty looking meal, however people are losing their minds recently over "Rainbow Bagels".

The restaurant that sells such a colourful cheesy explosion is located, unfortunately, in Hong Kong atm.

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Montreal Bagel Shop Now Sells "Rainbow Bagels"

Add some magic to your breakfast.

Friends, every so often, a food trend takes over that is unlike anything you've seen before. There was the mighty cakepop, its moist, white-chocolate coated goodness still consumed today. Ah, and who could forget the majestic Cronut? Its flaky-yet-moist layers are, to this day, a staple in the dessert diet of many in Montreal.

And now, behold: the rainbow bagel. Arguably, the rainbow bagel isn't exactly a food trend. It's been around for quite some time at its parent bakery in New York City, but as anyone with a Facebook could tell you, this sweet treat has just recently began picking up steam.

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