Make a Rainbow Waffle Charcuterie Board for brunch, or this Easy Rainbow Breakfast Board for St. Patrick’s Day or any weekend breakfast!

woman holding an Easy Rainbow Breakfast Board

Hello Friends, Happy Friday! Today we’re sharing a FUN breakfast idea for the weekend, or for St. Patrick’s Day!

Easy Rainbow Breakfast Board

Make an Easy Rainbow Breakfast Board with vibrant colors of fruit, and a pot of gold coin chocolates! Oh, yes, and almost everything was purchased at Trader Joe’s, so it’s one easy stop to pick up the ingredients.

rainbow breakfast board with silver dollar pancakes

We’re ready for spring, fresh fruit, and of course St. Patrick’s Day this week. But you can make this board any day of the year. We made this on the 23-inch Lazy Susan!

The only thing better than how festive this board is, is how quick and easy it is to put together. Just watch my Instagram here.

You can get kids involved in making this board, by letting them make their own creation. That is what I love about boards. There is no right or wrong way to make them. As I always say, use what you have, and make it your own.

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silver dollar pancakes on a rainbow breakfast board

Ingredients for Easy Rainbow Breakfast Board

  • Blackberries, strawberries, cantaloupe, mango, raspberries, blueberries
  • Coconut strips
  • Silver Dollar Pancakes (in freezer section at Trader Joe’s)
  • Maple syrup
  • Marin French Brie Cheese
  • Milk chocolate coins
  • Butter

Sky’s the limit on the fruit that you can use for this breakfast board. You can also serve French toast or scrambled eggs in place of the pancakes. Or, make a Waffle Board! These Rainbow Pancakes are adorable, too.

rainbow breakfast board

Fruit options for a rainbow:

  • Red: Strawberries, raspberries, watermelon, cherries, pomegranate seeds
  • Orange: Tangerines, apricots, orange slices
  • Yellow: Banana Slices, pineapple, golden kiwi

fruit shaped like a rainbow on a breakfast board

More breakfast foods to add to the board:

Muffins, waffles, scrambled eggs, and bagels!

pink poodle or calliandra

Desert flower – Calliandra

We’re enjoying a few weeks in the desert, warm winds and sunshine, and beautiful flowers like this calliandra. I put it out there on Instagram, asking the name. I wasn’t sure, even with the response from many (calliandra), because this flower just looked different. But maybe because of the heat, it’s more wilted. Anyway, the blooms were only there for about two days, and then they shriveled up.

I did some research of my own and came up with Calliandra Pink Powder Puff, or Pink Poodle Powder Puff. If you know a better name, please let me know! Oh, I also saw Heart Awakening.

syrup on a breakfast board

So how do you make a rainbow fruit and cheese board for St. Patrick’s Day?

  1. Take a large round prepared board (The Big Board Lazy Susan works great for this), and start at the top, and layer the following fruit in a round rainbow fashion: blackberries, strawberries, cantaloupe, mango, coconut strips, raspberries.
  2. Heat up the pancakes and keep warm until serving. When ready to serve, place on a plate on the lower left of the board. (Remember if plate is hot, use a hot pad.)
  3. To the right, add the Brie cheese, syrup, and chocolate coins.
  4. To the left, place the butter.
  5. Fill in open areas at the bottom with fresh blueberries. On a hot pad, place the hot plate of pancakes on the board and serve right away!

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rainbow breakfast board with silver dollar pancakes
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Easy Rainbow Breakfast Board

Made on 23-inch Lazy Susan

Ingredients

  • 12 oz blackberries
  • 12 oz strawberries
  • 12 oz cantaloupe, cut into chunks
  • 12 oz mango, cut into chunks
  • 1 6 oz package coconut strips
  • 1 6 oz raspberries
  • 2 11.3 oz boxes Silver Dollar Pancakes, in freezer section
  • 8 oz maple syrup
  • 1 4 oz round of Marin French Brie Cheese
  • 8 oz blueberries
  • 3 oz milk chocolate coins
  • 1/4 cup butter

Instructions

  • On a large, round prepared board, start at the top and layer the following fruit in a round rainbow fashion: blackberries, strawberries, cantaloupe, mango, coconut strips, raspberries.
  • On a large plate, heat up the pancakes and keep warm until serving. When ready to serve, place the plate on the lower left of the board.
  • To the right, add the Brie cheese, syrup, and chocolate coins.
  • To the left place the butter.
  • Fill in open areas at the bottom with fresh blueberries. On a hot pad, place the hot plate of pancakes, and serve right away!
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woman holding a rainbow breakfast board

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