7 Tie-Dye Food Creations You Can Make At Home Slideshow

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Keep reading to find out what recipes made it into this week’s SWAT

Tie-Dyed Bunny and Butterfly Marshmallows

These marshmallows are a little pimped just not twisted, but definitely something I would like. I thought they came out a bit unusual and they definitely kick some Peeps butt in the looks department. — Lora from Diary of a Mad Hausfrau.

For the Tie-Dyed Bunny and Butterfly Marshmallows recipe, click here.

Tie-Dye Cupcakes

I made these cupcakes for a surprise birthday party for my über-talented singer friend Erin.

So in tribute to her tribute show, I baked these Kosmic Blues cupcakes for her. — Lora from Diary of a Mad Hausfrau.

For the Tie-Dye Cupcakes recipe, click here.

Coconut Matcha Frapucino

One of my favorite indulgences is the Starbucks frappuccino. For a student on a budget (not only money-wise, but also calorie-wise), this recipe is a great alternative, all while adding my favorite asian flavors. Also, it's vegan friendly. — Natalie from Obsessive Cooking Disorder.

For the Coconut Matcha Frapucino recipe, click here.

Marbleized Chocolate Bark

Color gets my pulse racing and gives me a lot of pleasure — it runs in the family, one of my sisters is an artist and she teaches color theory.  (We spent lots of time together sprawled out on the living room floor with our Crayolas.)  It’s only natural that I love bright, vivid food, and while that’s usually in the form of fruits and veggies, occasionally a dessert like this Marbled Chocolate Bark comes along. — Sue from The View From Great Island.

For the Marbleized Chocolate Bark recipe, click here.

Peace Sugar Cookies

While I say a prayer for all the fallen and am deeply grateful for those currently serving in the military, it would be so much better if we didn't have to celebrate fallen soldiers for the simple reason of there not being any. I guess that's just what's in my hippy heart.  So instead of making stars and stripes, after I found this idea I had no alternative but to go the tie dyed route in making cookies for this post. — Lora from Diary of a Mad Hausfrau.

For the Peace Sugar Cookies recipe, click here.

Peach Raspberry Sunrise Smoothie

I made this Peach Raspberry Sunrise Smoothie, since I had so many peaches I needed to use up. This colorful smoothie makes me so happy because it's so artistic. — Natalie from Obsessive Cooking Disorder.

For the Peach Raspberry Sunrise Smoothie recipe, click here.

Raspberry Chocolate Chip Popsicles.

These beauties are so easy to make - to make sure they don't stick, just dip them in a cup of hot water to loosen. I wanted them two toned to celebrate the official start of summer. — Natalie from Obsessive Cooking Disorder.

For the Raspberry Chocolate Chip Popsicles recipe, click here.