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🌈 Rainbow Fruit Salad Recipe 🍓🍊🍍 | Preschool Playbook

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with this fun and healthy Rainbow Fruit Salad recipe. Packed with vitamins and antioxidants, it's a colorful snack for preschoolers. Find more preschool activities and crafts at Preschool Playbook.

Rainbow Fruit Salad

You will need:

  • cup of strawberries1 cup of strawberries
  • cup of oranges1 cup of oranges
  • cup of pineapples1 cup of pineapples
  • cup of green grapes1 cup of green grapes
  • cup of blueberries1 cup of blueberries
  • cup of blackberries1 cup of blackberries
  • tablespoon of honey1 tablespoon of honey


  1. First, ensure all the fruits are washed thoroughly under running water to remove any dirt or pesticides.
  2. Next, cut the strawberries, oranges, and pineapples into bite-sized pieces. This makes it easier for the little ones to eat and also helps the fruits to release their juices, making the salad more flavorful.
  3. Now, arrange the fruits in a large bowl in the order of the rainbow colors. Start with a layer of red strawberries at the bottom, followed by a layer of orange oranges, then yellow pineapples, green grapes, blue blueberries, and finally purple blackberries at the top.
  4. Drizzle a tablespoon of honey over the top of the fruit. The honey not only adds a touch of sweetness but also helps to bring out the flavors of the fruits.
  5. Serve the fruit salad immediately for the best taste, or you can refrigerate it for up to two hours before serving. The chilling time allows the flavors to meld together for an even more delicious salad.


This rainbow fruit salad is not only a fun and colorful way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, but it's also a healthy snack that's packed with vitamins and antioxidants. Feel free to substitute any of the fruits with your child's favorites or what's in season.

Delight your little ones with a vibrant and nutritious treat that's as fun to make as it is to eat. Our Rainbow Fruit Salad is a playful way to introduce your preschoolers to a variety of fruits, each bursting with essential nutrients and antioxidants. This recipe is a perfect example of how learning can be deliciously fun!

With our easy-to-follow instructions, you can transform everyday fruits into a rainbow-themed feast. As you and your child wash, cut, and arrange the fruits, you can discuss the different colors, shapes, and tastes. This activity not only enhances their sensory skills but also their understanding of colors and healthy eating habits.

The Rainbow Fruit Salad is an excellent choice for a snack, dessert, or even a party dish. It's a creative way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, a summer picnic, or just a regular afternoon snack. The addition of honey adds a touch of natural sweetness that kids will love, while also introducing them to the concept of using healthier alternatives to sugar.

One of the best things about this recipe is its versatility. Feel free to substitute any of the fruits with your child's favorites or what's in season. You could even turn this into a learning opportunity by letting your preschooler choose the fruits. This encourages decision-making and helps them feel more involved in the process.

At Preschool Playbook, we believe in making learning a fun and interactive experience. Our Rainbow Fruit Salad recipe is just one of the many ways we aim to do this. We hope this colorful creation sparks joy and curiosity in your little ones, encouraging them to explore and appreciate the wonderful world of fruits.

Remember, every bite is a step towards a healthier lifestyle. So, let's make eating fruits fun and exciting with this rainbow delight. Happy creating!