Vegan Rainbow Cinco de Mayo Party



Cinco de Mayo parties are meant to be bright and colorful, don’t y’all think? Here are twelve vegan Cinco de Mayo party ideas. All delicious, all kaleidoscopic, all totally awesome.


Roasted Butternut Squash Tacos from Cookie and Kate




Spicy Rainbow Slaw from View From Great Island 

spicy rainbow slaw



Watermelon Aqua Fresca from Happiness is Homemade

watermelon agua fresca


Rainbow Lentil Nachos from Zena and Za’atar

rainbow nachos


Brussels Sprout Tacos with Mexican Slaw from The Nut Free Vegan




Pink Senorita from Superman Cooks

pink senorita


Rainbow Salsa from Gimme Some Oven

rainbow salsa



Vegan Chipotle Rainbow Wrap from The Colorful Kitchen

vegan rainbow wrap


Boozy Cherry Pineapple Lime Slushies from Kitchen Window Clovers

(recipe at the bottom of this post)


Roasted Cauliflower Tacos from May I Have that Recipe



Mango Chili Popsicles from Isabelle Eats 

mango chili popsicles



 Iced Paloma from The Dessert Spoon

iced paloma



Boozy Cherry Pineapple Lime Slushies

These simple, sinful slushies are super easy and super delicious. You’ll need some fresh pineapple and some frozen pineapple. I chopped up some pineapple the night before I made these and threw it in the freezer. I think you might be able to find frozen pineapple at the grocery store, but it’s hardly worth it. Just freeze it the night before like I did.

You only need 4 (well, technically 3) ingredients for this recipe

  • 2 cups fresh pineapple chunks
  • 2 cups frozen pineapple chunks
  • 1/2 cup fresh lime juice
  • 3/4 cup cherry vodka (svedka is vegan)

Throw all the ingredients in a blender and boom, you’re good to go. This recipe serves four, but it’s so easy that you can double it for as many people as you like. You’ll notice I included a big smoothie/boba straw to sip them with. This was aesthetic as well as functional. The drink separates a bit after it’s poured, and if you don’t stir it, you’ll basically end up slurping all the booze at once. That’s no fun. Since this slushie is thick, you need a heavier straw to stir it with. Or else some hardcore cocktail stirrers.


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