What more can you do with latte art now that we’ve seen so many amazing 3D foam sculptures on social media? How about making it colourful! Which is what Las Vegas-based barista Mason Salisbury did with his. Watch this hypnotising video above and be mesmerised.

Video: @ibrewcoffee

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Such an honour to be featured by @9gag on their social platform and the post got over 400,000likes! Lots of followers expressed their interest in this rainbow grilled cheese toast, thus I decided to repost it with the food review in english here. The toast costs $42 HKD and those coloured cheese are lavender (blue), basil (green), tomato (red) and the yellow one is actually the combination of 4 kinds of cheese (mozzarella, cheddar, emmental and gruyere). The toast was crispy but I reckon both the flavour of the lavender and tomato were subtle. The basil flavour was the most outstanding one comparatively but the cheese flavour still was not as storing as my expectation. It was also a bit oily in general. I would say the quality was rather average but we all cannot deny that it is photogenic. 😜 Shop: KALA toast Address : G/F, 4-6, Tsuen Hing Path, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong

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Cheese is the favourite food of many people, so it’s no wonder why this picture of a colourful grilled cheese toast posted by a Hong Kong foodie went viral. Created by Kala Toast in Hong Kong, this psychedelic gooey toastie is a mix of different cheeses plus flavours like lavender, basil and tomato. Very interesting indeed.

Photo: hkfoodiexblogger

We first mentioned the beautiful rainbow bagel made by bagel artist Scott Rossilo here. And yes, we still wish this would make its way here to Singapore somehow (just watch the video posted on Instagram, it’s enough to make everyone happy). But for now, the only way to try this out is to make a trip to The Bagel Store located in Brooklyn, New York City in the US.

Video: @thebagelstore

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Located in New York City (seems like New Yorkers have a penchant for rainbow-coloured foods), Black Tap serves up some epic milkshakes which will wow you and your Instagram followers. Look at how delightful this picture is with the multi-coloured milkshake matched with showstopping nails!

Photo: @papermagazine via @blacktapnyc

Famous pastry chef Francois Payard created the “Macaronut” in honour of World Macaron Day – it’s a fusion between a macaron and a donut, two of our favourite sweets. Although not exactly meant to be a rainbow food, it’s got colourful sprinkles on top plus it’s so irresistibly cute that we just have to share with you here.

Photo: @indulgenteats via @francoispayard