If you’re a fan of creative and fun parties–welcome and unlock this list of 33 pink foods–you’ll love them!
Listen, there’s just something so appealing and downright drool-worthy about planning a party with a massive twist!
The crazier and more creative the twist, the better.
These days, I’m obsessed with throwing color-themed parties!
When it comes to such parties, pink is an incredibly popular choice to work with.
Prepping for a pink-themed party is also incredibly fun, especially when it comes to deciding what to serve the guests.
Naturally, all the food has to be pink, which is where the true fun lies!
There are just so many pink foods that you can easily add to your party’s menu.
I’m a lover of all cheesecakes, but strawberry cheesecakes have a particular little (read: huge) corner in my heart.
It’s also a delicious food that is pink.
To add the sought-after pink hue to the cheesecake, you must cook some halved strawberries in a saucepan.
Add the strawberries with water and sugar and cook until it forms a puree.
Make sure to squish the strawberries with a spatula, so they don’t remain solid.
Add the delicious puree to your cheesecake mix, and voila, you have a delectable strawberry cheesecake to add to your pink color-themed party!
Who doesn’t love ice cream?
It’s a great hit at parties and a solid dessert option.
Moreover, Strawberry Ice Cream will go equally well on pink-themed birthday and bridal shower menus.
Donuts are another hit party food, regardless of the kind of party it is.
You can cover your donuts with a pink glaze, or you can make pink donuts at home!
All you have to do is add the pink food color of your choice to the doughnut mix and bake the donuts.
If you plan, ask your favorite donut shop to make you a batch of pink donuts.
They would be happy to hook you up.
These Easter M&M Sugar Cookies are incredibly easy to put together, and the beautiful M&M’s toppings will brighten your special celebration.
You need to add a few drops of pink coloring to achieve those pastel-colored cookies; taste and texture-wise–they’re chocolatey, soft, and fluffy!
You can order pink M&Ms here.
What has a nice pinkish hue and is a fish?
I believe that you simply can’t go wrong with salmon.
It’s easy to cook but also looks fancy, which makes it the perfect party food.
If you want your fish to retain that juiciness, then your best bet is to bake it with simple seasoning and lemon juice.
Doughnuts are another hit party food, regardless of the kind of party it is.
If you’re looking for savory food that is pink, then look no further than a delicious Beet & Buttermilk Soup.
It has a vibrant and hot pink color, perfect for a pink-color-themed party.
All you need to prepare this delectable soup with lots of fresh flavors are some beer, carrots, dill, lemon juice, chicken stock, garlic, and buttermilk.
This is easily one of the most beautiful pink salads you will ever serve.
The watermelon is the bowl.
If you are serving this at a larger party, I recommend that you buy full-size watermelons and carve them up.
Then you can serve the salad in the watermelon shell family style.
The arugula and feta make this simple salad delicious and refreshing simultaneously.
Ever heard about a pink salad?
Well, if you don’t believe me, then you can try the Potato & Beet Salad.
There’s nothing that you won’t love about this salad.
It’s easy to prepare, looks delicious, and tastes even yummier.
Moreover, the beets give it that amazing pink color that you want for your party.
Oven-Roasted Radishes have this beautiful pink hue.
They are beautiful on the plate and taste delicious.
It is difficult to beat that perfect combination.
Radishes are cheap and super easy to make.
We bake ours in the oven, but you could also roast them in an air fryer if you want to keep from heating the house.
11. Grilled Tomatoes
Now, these are a bit more red than pink, but they are so tasty that they are worth considering as an option.
The only real problem with grilled tomatoes is that they go quickly.
Every time we serve them at a party, they go quickly.
My advice is to grill far more than you think that you should.
Have you ever tried Greek Tarama Dip?
If not, you’re missing out big time.
The recipe is made with fish roe and either stale bread or potatoes as a base.
Lychee can be difficult to get your hands on, but if you can find them at your local specialty grocery store, I recommend serving them at your next party or event.
The odds are good that people may need to learn what they are and how to eat them.
They are best eaten raw, but you can also make these Lychee Rose Popsicles, a summer treat with a boozy twist.
They’re laden with lychees (of course) and strawberries, blended with rosé, a light pink-colored wine.
This Strawberry Smoothie recipe is sweet and full of creamy goodness; plus, it has endless possibilities for customization.
Add a bit of honey to sweeten things up; you can make it more interesting by throwing in other frozen fruits, or how about treating yourself with a scoop of peanut butter or cocoa powder?
Even though Rosé is a beverage and not a pink food, it’ll go well with all the other pink foods you’ll serve at your party.
This is particularly true if you want to throw a pink-themed bachelorette party!
Make this Rose World (Vodka & Cranberry) Cocktail; it’s a delicious boozy drink filled with vodka, cranberry juice, simple syrup, rosewater, and rose petal garnish.
You can use fresh-squeezed pink grapefruit or you can be like me and buy those little cans.
You can also make these into virgin martinis by replacing the vodka with club soda.
The best part is that these are so easy to make that you can make them on the fly as guests arrive.
The cape cod may be one of the most famous pink cocktails served.
It only requires a few ingredients. It is made with vodka, cranberry juice, lime, and simple syrup.
If you use sweetened cranberry juice, then you may not want to add the simple syrup.
Make a test drink to decide on the level of sweetness that you prefer.
I like tart drinks, so I go for less sweetener, but only some people agree with me.
Lamington is a popular pastry in Australia, and it has found its way into bakeries around the world.
It is typically made with sponges covered in chocolate glaze and shredded coconut.
They are also filled with cream and jam, adding to their sweetness.
With this recipe, however, you can give this pastry a pink twist by soaking the sponge cakes in jelly and covering them with coconuts.
20. Pink Popcorn
Add a splash of pink to your movie nights with this Pink Popcorn recipe.
It features plain popcorn covered in sugar vanilla glaze and butter.
It is salty, sweet, and very addictive.
Mix the popcorn with food coloring, or you can use raspberry powder to give it a nice pink color and a tasty fruity flavor.
So turn off the lights, choose a film, and get cozy with this colorful snack.
21. Pink Waffles
These amazing Pink Velvet Waffles are festive, delicious, and unique.
If you love good breakfast food, then this recipe will rank right up there with your favorites.
These waffles are crisp on the edges, very tender in the middle, and have a buttery flavor.
They are perfect for a Valentine’s Day breakfast, and it is best served with strawberries and whipped cream.
This jelly dessert is sweet and tangy.
Made with condensed milk, cream cheese, jelly powder, lemon juice, and a few drops of food coloring to give it a nice pink hue.
This mouthwatering treat will surely tickle your taste buds.
Wow your guests with these creative Pink Birdie Biscuits.
This bird-shaped dessert does not only look good, but it tastes good too.
With its enticing decor and strawberry flavor, your guests will ask for more.
24. Pink Sauce Pasta
With the incredible blend of tomato and cream sauce, this pasta with pink sauce is a fascinating dish to make.
The tomato sauce gives the pink sauce a bit of tang, while the white sauce gives it a much-needed creaminess without being too heavy or rich.
This recipe only requires a handful of ingredients, and you can have it ready for lunch or dinner.
Enhance your morning porridge by adding a pop of pink with Pitaya.
The Pitaya powder mixed with the oatmeal is made with Pitaya fruit which has a similar taste and texture to dragon fruit.
It is delectable, sweet, comforting, filling, and ideal for vegetarians.
These gooey, sweet, and fluffy cinnamon rolls will make your mouth water.
The dough is rich, the glaze is heavenly, and the color helps make it stand out.
This version of the classic cinnamon rolls can be served at themed parties, get-togethers, brunches, or as an afternoon snack.
You can top it off with sprinkles to add to the overall décor.
27. Pink Velvet Cake
Pink Velvet Cake is moist, fluffy, fruity, and has a velvety crumb that naturally melts in your mouth.
It is covered in a thick layer of whipped cream and fresh raspberries.
If you are a fan of the classic red velvet cake, you will certainly love this version.
This pretty cake is excellent for Valentine’s Day, themed birthday parties, or bridal showers.
Strawberry Brownies are an exciting and fruity twist to the beloved chocolate brownies.
Made using strawberry cake mix, strawberry jam, powdered sugar, and vanilla extract, this fantastic dessert will delight all strawberry lovers.
It has a dense and gooey texture that makes every bite like a party in your mouth.
The creamy frosting adds to the sweetness and fruitiness of the brownies.
You can serve this with fresh strawberries or top it with strawberry or vanilla ice cream to create an ala mode.
Brighten your breakfast or brunch up with these fruity, creamy, and sweet croissants.
The pastry is crispy, buttery, and flaky, while the glaze gives it a unique tang and hints of strawberry goodness.
You can also decide how much drizzle you’ll put on your croissant, and you can tweak the recipe to your liking.
You can top it with sliced strawberries or whipped cream.
It is hard to beat these velvety smooth cupcakes.
They are tasty, soft, and moist with rich, irresistible frosting.
It is the quintessential dessert to serve at parties, get-togethers, and special occasions like Valentine’s Day.
To make the cupcakes even more special, you can add pink sprinkles on top.
These deviled eggs are sinfully addictive and delicious.
They are more flavorful than the classic deviled eggs that you know and love.
The secret to this unique recipe is pickling the hard-boiled eggs before turning them into deviled ones.
The eggs are marinated in pickled beet juice overnight as it helps them achieve the maximum flavor and color.
Once you’re done with the pickling, mix the yolk with chives, mustard, mayonnaise, honey, and salt.
This Pink Smoothie Bowl is decadent, refreshing, and flavorful.
Gather a bunch of frozen strawberries, frozen banana slices, and milk, and toss them all in a blender until it reaches your desired consistency.
You will have a filling breakfast or snack in minutes.
Serve it in a funky bowl with your favorite toppings.
You can top it with coconut flakes, chia seeds, strawberry and banana slices, or chocolate.
This fun spin on pizza features crispy yet light cauliflower crust, beetroot hummus, and avocado slices.
The pizza is pink and beautiful, making it an excellent dinner to serve when you’re on a romantic date or on nights when you feel sophisticated.
Pair this dish with your favorite wine and enjoy every slice.
The bottom line
I truly hope you enjoyed reading this guide on pink foods to serve at a themed party!
If you decide to serve Strawberry Cheesecake, Baked Salmon, or all of the foods that I’ve mentioned above, your party will surely be a hit!
Other Pink Foods
- Starbucks Pink Drink
- Pink Fizz (Cranberry and Gin Cocktail)
- Pink Cocktails
- Pink Grapefruit Martini
- Pink Drinks
- No-Bake Strawberry Cheesecake
- Strawberry Ice Cream
- Pink Doughnuts
- Pink Macarons
- Easter M&M Sugar Cookies
- Beet & Buttermilk Soup
- Watermelon Feta Salad
- Potato & Beet Salad
- Oven-Roasted Radishes
- Grilled Tomatoes
- Greek Tarama Dip (Taramosalata)
- Lychee Rose Popsicles
- Strawberry Smoothie
- Rose World (Vodka & Cranberry) Cocktail
- Pink Grapefruit Martini
- Cape Cod Cocktail
- Passion Fruit Tea
- Pink Jelly Strawberry Lamingtons
- Pink Popcorn
- Pink Waffles
- Pink Lemonade Jelly
- Pink Birdie Biscuits
- Pink Sauce Pasta
- Pink Oatmeal With Pitaya Powder
- Pink Cinnamon Rolls
- Pink Velvet Cake
- Strawberry Brownies
- Strawberry Lemon Croissants
- Pink Velvet Cupcake
- Pink Pickled Deviled Eggs
- Pink Smoothie Bowl
- Pink Pizza With Cauliflower
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