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Rainbow Grilled Cheese

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All the cheesy goodness of traditional grilled cheese, but now with crazy rainbow cheese pulls.

Rainbow Grilled Cheese

prep time5Min


cooking time10Min


serving time2


  • 2 cups grated mozzarella cheese

  • Food coloring (red, blue, green, purple)

  • 4 slices of bread

  • 2 tablespoons butter

  • Rainbow sprinkles


  1. Place even amounts of cheese in 4 separate bowls. Pour different food coloring in each bowl, and mix until cheese reaches desired color.

  2. Butter one side of a slice of bread, and place on pan butter side down. Quickly place cheese in rows (red, green, blue, purple).

  3. Butter one side of second slice of bread and place it on top, butter side up.

  4. Once the bottom looks golden brown, flip over and cook the other side. Spread a little more butter on top and add sprinkles. When both sides are golden, remove. Repeat with remaining bread and cheese.

  5. Cut sandwiches diagonally before serving.

Rainbow Grilled Cheese




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- Whoa, what's up guys? It's Priscilla. Today I'm gonna show you how to make this bad boy. It's a rainbow grilled cheese. Let's go ahead and get started. We're gonna start off with grated cheese in four separate bowls and we're gonna color the cheese with food coloring. You can use whatever colors you want, as many colors as you want. I'm using blue, purple, green and red. And now we're gonna mix it all up. If you need more food coloring you can add more. These are so fun to make and to eat and to show people, take pictures of them. I send them to my mom and she's like what the heck are you eating? This I think looks perfect. Basically the same with all the other colors. You can do this with any cheese, but the color won't show up as much if it's yellow, so just keep that in mind. We're gonna turn on the stove and we're gonna butter one side of our slice of bread. I like mine with a lot of butter. It's not healthy at all I know, but I like it. Place this on the pan, butter side down. Quickly we're gonna place the cheese in rows. The last color. Now we're gonna butter another slice of bread and we're gonna place that butter side up on the cheese. Once you see that the bottom is turning like a golden brown, I like mine more brown than golden 'cause I like mine very crunchy, but I mean, whatever you want, whatever floats your boat. So now we're gonna flip it. We're gonna add a tiny bit more of butter to the top. Oh my god it smells so good. And we're gonna add some sprinkles just because it looks fun, it looks colorful, it looks rainbowey. Now we're just gonna wait for the other side to get the same golden brownish and for the cheese to completely melt, which I think it almost is. Okay, now we can go ahead and turn the stove off. Oh my god, for the best part. Don't slice it, just straight like this because you're only gonna see one color and that's not the point of this. We're gonna slice it diagonally like this. And bam. Oh my god, every time, it gets me every time. I feel so excited every time I see it. Ah, yes get in my belly. It's so, so, so, so good. These are perfect for taking pictures and surprising your family or making them for your family. So I hope you make them and I hope you love 'em and take pictures, and if you do, be sure to tag me in them.