These rainbow biscuits would be perfect for your child’s next birthday party, they are sure to impress the kids.


  • 300 g flour
  • 200 g butter softened slightly
  • 100 g sugar
  • Food colouring (use natural food colouring)


  1. Knead ingredients together and divide in 6 balls (or amount of colours you have)
  2. Add a few drops of food colouring to each ball and make 6 colours of dough.
  3. Roll one colour out in a flat row.
  4. Repeat with other colours on top.
  5. Preheat oven to 180 degrees.
  6. Cut biscuits into slices and place in the fridge until oven is ready.
  7. Bake for 15-20 minutes.
  8. Serve up to the kids.

Watch the video for easy to follow visual instructions:

The kids will seriously love these!

What’s your child’s favourite party food?

PLEASE share your comments with us below

Image and video credit: YouTube





  • These would make a wow take treat for any kids party or baby shower. Thanks for sharing the idea.


  • They look so great I wouldn’t want to “break” them. This mixture is dense enough that the colours won’t run into each other while cooking.


  • These look amazing, my unicorn/rainbow loving daughter would simply LOVE these


  • WOw these look really great. And it doesn’t seem too difficult to make them. Thanks for sharing.


  • so simple, might make some today!


  • They do look really good, awesome for a kids party. I made a rainbow smash cake for my grandsons first birthday. It looked pretty good, not that anyone noticed because he didn’t want to smash it


  • Thank you for this, an easy one to remember with the i,2,3.

    • I like the 1, 2, 3 tip and the easy to follow tutorial.


  • These rainbow biscuits are oh so beautiful – thank you. Perfect for parties and other fun events. Lots of options with these biscuits.


  • The rainbow biscuits look amazing,love it!


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