Over the rainbow
“It was great to see customers’ faces light up,” Gallagher says. The grab-and-go nature of the menu items—along with floor tape and plexiglass dividers—kept the event safely distanced.
A new way to do salad bars
“We have been trying to come up with creative ways to use our former self-serve spaces,” Gallagher says. The solution has been to offer lots of items boxed up and ready to grab and go.
Lucky Charms bars
These fun cereal treat bars were wrapped up in style with rainbow ribbons.
Rainbow fruit tarts
As dietitians know, “eating the rainbow” is a way to wellness through food. These tarts featured a rainbow of blueberries, strawberries, pineapple and kiwi.
Veggie Pride salad
“Although the rainbow cake stole the show (next slide), we did include a veggie Pride salad so customers could celebrate with a bit less calorie guilt,” Gallagher says.
And here’s the star of the show: A cake with layers of rainbow baked in.
Gift bags included beads and Skittles.
Rainbow sprinkles and ganache
This dessert featured white chocolate mousse in cups made from rainbow sprinkle ganache.