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Fun Pride Recipes to Enjoy All Year Round

Around here, Pride Month means Pride FOOD! 🫶 In celebration of Pride month, we're sharing a few of our favorite Pride recipes that you can enjoy all year long!


Since food is our love language, this Pride Month we wanted to highlight the most creative rainbow recipes created by amazing food bloggers around the world. From rainbow cookies to rainbow pizza, you’ll be able to literally taste the rainbow all year long. 🏳️‍🌈



Who says pride food HAS to be unhealthy? We're all about a well-balanced diet, so let's start with a salad–but not just any salad.


This fresh and colorful rainbow salad has all of the delicious flavors you love about the classic caprese salad, but with even more colorful veggies! Before hitting the town this pride month, make sure to fill up on this healthy side.



This rainbow salad power bowl pretty much sums up our nutrition approach: eat real food and eat as many colors as possible! Plus, we like to eat with our eyes, so this rainbow bowl is looking especially good right about now. Not many recipes scream PRIDE quite like this one!


Credit: Photo: Joe Lingeman; Food Styling: CC Buckley; Prop Styling: Stephanie De Luca

Made by April Anderson, co-owner of Good Cakes and Bakes, this cake will make all your pride dreams come true. If you make this cake, we would love for you to look up a brief history of the rainbow flag (maybe while the cake is baking). It speaks not only of pride for our community, but it also relays a story of hope, visibility, and unity.



Remember those bowls of orange wagon wheels or green linguine you used to eat as a kid? Crumb Blog’s rainbow ravioli is just like that—but even more fun. This pride recipe relies on savory ingredients like tomato paste, pumpkin puree, saffron, pureed broccoli, and pureed beets to punch up her pasta dough, and then fills it with a creamy mix of thyme-scented ricotta and Parmesan.


Drooling yet? Celebrate this pride month with a bowlful of this ravioli–you can thank us later...



This clean rainbow pizza is actually insanely easy, and full of healthy ingredients instead of food coloring!


Gimme Delicious tops her cauliflower-crust pie with colorful red and orange cherry tomatoes, sweet yellow corn kernels, chopped green bell peppers, broccoli florets that—in a way—look blue, and chopped red onion. How's that for healthy? No need to save this one for your pride weekend splurge.



As delicious as they are colorful, these easy rainbow bagels are the perfect handheld food for Pride month! Talk about ba(e)g(oa)ls.


Credit: Photo: Joe Lingeman; Food Styling: CC Buckley; Prop Styling: Stephanie De Luca

This recipe is part of our The Kitchn's Pride Bakeshop package, featuring some queer bakers and the celebratory dessert that’s bringing them joy right now.


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Blaze Harvey
Blaze Harvey
2023年9月23日

At the food festival, I was lucky enough to meet fashion model Heidi Gray, who turned out to be not only beautiful, but also surprisingly friendly and sociable. She shared with me some interesting moments from her modeling career and talked about her passion for gastronomy. Impressed by her story, I decided to find out more about her and found a lot of positive material on the site, which you can also view click here. It was a wonderful experience that allowed me to meet an interesting personality and learn about her influence on the world of fashion and cooking.

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