Do you have any unique "yellow food ideas" for a rainbow tea party?
Some lemon pudding served in wine glasses and layered with whipped cream (like a parfait) and topped with a small sprig of mint is not only yummy but makes a pretty display on the table.
Mini cakes! Lemon shortcakes, pound cakes, tea cakes, even cupcakes will do. Add a little whipped cream, lemon frosting (I prefer butter cream, but anything'll do), pudding (either vanilla or lemon). Strawberries on any of these is delicious, but a simple lemon twist as a garnish will do (there are TONS of videos on how to do this).
This sounds like a cool tea party! Have fun!
Thank you Nicole. I'm really liking the lemon pudding with whip cream that now you and Phyllis have suggested. I also like the lemon twist idea as garnish. Now I need something savory.
Pasta. Any kind will do. Lasagna, mac and cheese, spaghetti, pasta salad, meatballs even. It's very versatile for whatever you think is "savory" enough, and it's yellow.
The short answer is obviously bananas. But if you want to be more creative, then definitely using lemon as the yellow color might be the best. I love yellow poppy seed muffins. They aren't too lemony but are definitely yellow! And what goes better with tea other than muffins?
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