What better way to allow for your 5 a day. My kids eyes will light up at the thought of fruity smoothies. They like to choose the fruit and are a lot of fun to make and super delicious to devour for breakfast. Eating the Rainbow can be super healthy, fun and a big hit with the kids!
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This is my entry to the first HandPicked Challenge, Eat the Rainbow. Instead of going the usual route of drawing fruits and veggies, I opted to illustrate another colorful and healthy group—teas! As an avid tea drinker, I really had fun doing research and illustrating the herbs, spices, and fruits that make up my favorite tea blends.
There is no doubt eating a rainbow is healthy for you, but don’t forget to eat local for the health of our planet too!
It’s always tempting to look to the exotic or tropical when eating a more vibrant plate, but I wanted to celebrate more local produce, including delicacies such as milkcap mushrooms, padrón peppers and yummy calçots, with many icons inspired directly by my own little garden.
I hope you enjoy my rainbow, and have fun discovering the rainbow in your own backyard!