5 Jewish Rainbow Foods for Parshat Noah

This week, in celebration of Parshat Noah – in which we read the Torah portion that includes the story of Noah’s ark – we have the perfect excuse to eat the rainbow! “When I see My rainbow in the clouds I will recall the Covenant that exists between Me, you and every living soul on earth,” reads a line from this beautiful and significant passage.

Many families have taken this symbolism and made it fun and delicious for their families, preparing an array of rainbow-themed treats and dishes. Here are a few of our favorites to celebrate with this Shabbat:

Rainbow Challah
Rainbow Bagels with Strawberry Funfetti Cream Cheese
Rainbow Hamantaschen from Kitchen Tested
No Bake Funfetti Cheesecake
Rainbow Cookies from The Smitten Kitchen

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