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How to Make a Meal of One Color

One color meals can be great fun for kids, or you can use them to celebrate a special festive occasion, such as St. Patrick's Day. If you're making it for kids, get them involved in choosing the foods; you never know, it might present a good chance to have them eat something they don't usually like!

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  1. Make an all-green meal.This is probably one of the easiest because a lot of plants are... green! It's suitable for a St. Patrick's Day meal and for an eco-theme. This meal could consist of:
    • Peas, beans
    • Broccoli
    • Cabbage, Brussels sprouts and variants
    • Cucumber, zucchini (courgette)
    • Lots of other green vegetables you have available
    • Green-dyed mashed potato, or use pesto to make the mashed potatoes green
    • Green-dyed bread
    • Green eggs
    • Meat with pesto or something similar on it
    • Grapes, green apples
    • Practically anything flavored with lime
    • Green apple juice, celery juice
  2. Make an all-yellow meal.An all yellow meal would be ideal for representing a sunny day or something bright and happy. Suitable choices for the plate include:
  3. Make an all-purple or blue meal.Purple can be good a regal meal, and everyone can dress up as royalty. Items for the plate could include:
  4. Make an all-red meal.Red is the color of excitement and entertainment. This would be good for a circus theme or a racing party. When making red foods, remember that beetroot juice makes an excellent edible dye. Here are some suggestions for serving a red meal:
    • Red bell peppers/capsicum
    • Red quinoa or rice
    • Beetroot
    • Beetroot burgers
    • Apples, cherries, strawberries
    • Tomatoes or tomato sauce (for protein, you could use meat with this on it)
    • Red dyed bread, muffins, etc. (use red fruit juice when baking)
    • Wine for adults, red grape juice, cranberry juice
  5. Arrange the meal on the plate.If it's not nutritionally balanced, it's no bother because this is for a special occasion!
  6. Dress up in the same color as the meal.Why not go the whole way and make it a color theme that includes the dining table, the meal, and the diners attending?!

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  • When dying foods, use food-safe dyes and make sure that they are not allergens for anyone eating the food. Always take it easy when adding dye; less is best as you can always add more if needed. If you need to add more then add one little bit at a time.





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