breakfast

Naturally Colorful Breakfast Parfait

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It's so easy! Make your kiddos feel special with a healthier, yet fun meal before they head out for school, or enjoy as an after school snack!

Layer colored yogurt (choose your favorite ColorKitchen plant-based colors) with a cereal mix, raisins, yogurt covered raisins and peanuts!

A quick and simple recipe that is sure to make full tummies and smiles to fill their day!

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Colorful Oatmeal

Colorful Oatmeal Healthy Breakfast

Makes 3 Bowls

Colorful Oatmeal

Recipe:
3 packets of your favorite instant oatmeal
Hot water
3 ColorKitchen food color packets
Dried cranberries, dried blueberries, bananas, nuts or any topping of your choice

Directions:
1. In three bowls, add packets of oatmeal.
2. Add color packets on top of oatmeal.
3. Pour hot water over oats and color and stir to combine.
4. Finish with your favorite toppings like sliced bananas, dried fruit or nuts.

Blue and Pink packets combined to make purple.

Blue and Pink packets combined to make purple.

 

 

Red Velvet, White and Blueberry - Gluten-free Pancakes

Use our Red Velvet Cake Mix with all-natural ingredients to make a decadent and delicious breakfast. Just adjust a few ingredients and this gluten-free cake mix is perfect for pancakes!

INGREDIENTS
1 ColorKitchen Gluten-free Red Velvet Cake Mix
3 eggs
¼ cup oil
1 cup milk or milk substitute
⅓ cup yogurt
½ cup gluten-free flour

DIRECTIONS
1. In a large bowl mix cake mix, eggs, oil, milk, yogurt, and flour together until combined and smooth.

2. Heat griddle on low and add oil to prevent sticking.

3. Scoop ¼ cup batter into pan and cook on low heat to keep color from browning. Once bubbles form, flip and cook on second side for 2-3 minute, until fully cooked.

4. Add a little whipped cream and fruit on top or your favorite syrup. 

Red Velvet Natural Color Pancakes Gluten-free

Rainbow Pancakes

Pick a color, any color!
 

Directions

Approximately 1/2 packet color to 1 cup pancake batter

These rainbow pancakes can add a pop of color to any breakfast table. By adding a dash of ColorKitchen food colors to your favorite pancake batter, beautiful creations are easily produced. Because ColorKitchen plant pigments are sourced from nature, cooking the pancakes on low heat preserves their color vibrancy.

Blending ColorKitchen's primary colors will give you a rainbow of hues. Beet red and yellow make a vibrant orange, yellow and blue turn into a mint green, and blue and beet red create a lovely lavender purple.

Blending ColorKitchen's primary colors will give you a rainbow of hues. Beet red and yellow make a vibrant orange, yellow and blue turn into a mint green, and blue and beet red create a lovely lavender purple.

Mix the colors with a couple drops of water to prepare them to be added to the pancake mix. Because these are liquid, making your batter on the thick side will help keep your pancakes light and fluffy.

Mix the colors with a couple drops of water to prepare them to be added to the pancake mix. Because these are liquid, making your batter on the thick side will help keep your pancakes light and fluffy.

Admittedly, these rainbow-colored pancakes were relatively time intensive...mixing six different batter colors in individual bowls may be above and beyond the call of duty for weekend breakfast time. However, picking your kid's favorite color of pancake could be a special birthday breakfast treat, or an engaging breakfast activity to make cooking fun for the little ones.