Fun Vegan Rainbow Unicorn Foods ??

As vegans, you and your family probably already eat all colors of the rainbow—in your fruits and veggies—but we’re one-upping the usual colorful foods with these tips and tricks to make beautiful and magical foods that you’ll want to take a pic of before you and your kids devour them. ?

Unicorn Noodles

These are so simple to make—all you need are rice noodles, some red cabbage, baking soda, and lemons or limes. Magic, I tell ya. Don’t believe me? Try it for yourself.

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Unicorn noodle leftover bowl with my signature curry (link in bio), greens and smoked tofu. I added some beetroot hummus and avocado/broccoli spread. What is one of your signature dishes? I always make this curry for my family and friends. I even ended up serving it during our @welokahi yoga workshop last month. Oh and look at the little fellow trying to snatch the avocado, it's one of his favorite foods, he eats it as is, like its candy ?. Happy weekend everyone! • ??: Heb jij zin om een keer naar een van onze events te komen, houd @welokahi dan in de gaten voor updates. • One Love! A.J. ? • • • #vegan #foodporn #letscookvegan #plantbased #vegetarian #whatveganseat #instafood #buzzfeast #yoga #foodie #unicornnoms #f52grams #yahoofood #bestofvegan #feedfeed #thekitchn #huffposttaste #foodandwine #yogi #photography #gloobyfood @thefeedfeed #ThriveMags #tastetherainbow #blogger #canon

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Rainbow Pasta

Yes, you can dye regular pasta, too—no unicorns necessary. Just use some blue spirulina powder (which is an all-natural colorant and antioxidant derived from algae—more on that later).

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"What a wonderful thought it is, that some of the best days of our lives haven't happened yet." . Bell peppers, edamame, broccoli, cucumber stars, spirulina quinoa pasta, crunchy purple sweet potato hearts, grape tomatoes, carrots, and tofu stars! Would have added tahini, but I'm all out. ? . No long captain today friends, I'm just too exhausted. Have a beautiful weekend. ❤ #vegan #whatveganseat #hclf #veganfoodie #veganfoodshare #vegangirl #eattherainbow #whole30 #wholefoods #tasty #vegetarian #beautifulcuisines #healthspo #healthyfood #plantbased #poweredbyplants #crueltyfree #veganeats #vegansofinstagram #veganlife #eathealthy #forksoverknives #starchsolution #veggies #foodphotography #rainbow #justvegan #bestofvegan #gloobyfood #feedfeedvegan

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Rainbow Sushi

Just when you thought sushi was already the perfect food, rainbow sushi comes along to add some sparkle to your family’s life. ✨

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UNICORN SUSHI☆ . ????????? Swipe left to see what my baby did with the soy sauce?? I recently discovered how much fun it is making colorful sushi, so I made some more and yumm, they are so delicious with a lot of veggies and fresh herbs!!??? . I made the colors with blue spirulina and raspberry powder? And I used avocado, 3 different types of herbs, paprika, cucumber, red onion, pickled cucumbers to fill the sushi with.??? . I hope you all enjoy my new more fun pictures as much as I do! The joy I feel while I am creating is something I want to give to you when you look at my pictures, that is my new mission!???? . . . . Have fun, life is only now!?? . . . . ????? #rainbow #unicornfood #rainbowfood #rainbowsushi #eattherainbow #eattogrow #eathealthy #cleaneating #eatclean #colorfulfood #eeeats #iamwellandgood #govegan #veganfood #veganinspiration #plantbased #eatplants #f52gram #foodislife #foodismedicine @thrivemags @bestofvegan #thefeedfeed @thefeedfeed #food52 @food52 #vegan #food #sushi

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Dreamy Summer Rolls

It’s easy to behold the beauty, power, and overall rainbowness of these plant-filled wraps when they’re made using translucent rice paper.

Unicorn Smoothies

These have layers and layers of drinkable rainbow goodness—yes, please!

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Unicorn Cups ?? Yay or Nay? ✨

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Galaxy Bowls

OK, so these are basically smoothie bowls, but they’re extra-stellar. ?

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“Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.” ✨ – Wishing y’all a terrific Tuesday from Texas! ??‍♀️ I hope everyone is having a great week so far and starting to count your blessings as Thanksgiving approaches. I know I sure am! ?? What do you have to be Thankful for? Let me know below! ?? – Love y’all! ?? Tutorial will be shared soon, & ingredients are below! – ? Blackberries ? Banana ? Honeydew melon ? @just_blends Activated Coconut Charcoal ? Cashew milk – Swirls/dots were made with a mix of @so_delicious Coconut Milk Yogurt & natural powders: ? Pink = @just_blends Pink Pitaya ? Yellow = turmeric ? Green = a mix of blue & yellow ? Blue = @rawnice Blue Spirulina ? Purple = @just_blends Butterfly Pea Flower — #vegan#rawvegan#veganfoodporn#veganfoodshare#veganfoodlovers#dairyfree#cleaneating#foodporn#fitfood#protein#fruit#foodart#naturalfood#foodstyling#foodie#plantbased#veganfood#hclf#veganeats#smoothiebowls#smoothiebowl#eattherainbow#smoothie#foodsforthought#healthyeats#plantpowered#foodphotography#whatveganseat#ahealthynut

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Unicorn Toast

Remember when toast used to be considered a bland and boring food? Well, not anymore. Just grab your pink pitaya powder or butterfly pea flower powder (scroll down for more information on these magical substances) and dye your favorite vegan cream cheese or yogurt—then, spread and swirl away.

Don’t have toast? Rice cakes will do.


Want to recreate this magic at home but aren’t sure how to do it? Well, standard fruits and veggies will take you pretty far, rainbow-wise. But some companies—such as Rawnice and Just Blends, which sell colorful plant-based superfood coloring powders—are making it easy to make your kids’ vegan rainbow-food dreams come true. Here are some tips on getting the dreamiest shades for smoothies and other foods:



  • Red cabbage: This is one of the basic yet magical ingredients in Unicorn Noodles, which are about to become your family’s latest obsession—if they’re not already.
  • Butterfly pea flower powder: This cool color-changing powder goes from blue to purple, so it’s in both categories. Find out all about it below.


  • Butterfly pea flower powder: Yes, it’s made from flowers! Butterfly pea flowers are usually made into tea, but they also turn food a brilliant blue color that transforms into purple if you add something acidic, like lime or lemon juice.
  • Blue spirulina: This powder is derived from blue-green–colored algae and is also a powerful antioxidant.



  • Turmeric powder: You probably already have this sitting in your spice cabinet right now. The super-healthy root has an intensely bright yellow color and has been used as a dye for centuries.
  • Mango: If you’re looking for a gorgeously rich-colored yellow smoothie that tastes like a creamy tropical dream, look no further than mango.

Blacks and Grays

Activated charcoal: Activated charcoal is a super-detoxifying supplement that can turn foods into every anti-rainbow shade of gray and black. We get it—full-time unicorn life isn’t for everyone.


Rainbows are magical, and so are those who save animals—which makes eating vegan rainbow foods very magical. ?✨

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