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All the millennial pink food you should be eating

It's no secret that millennial pink is the new black. This gorgeous shade has taken over Instagram and all of our most fabulous pink dreams. Not only is this shade beautiful on manis, phone cases and tees, it’s also delicious...and even good for you.

A lot of millennial pink foods are dyed naturally (like by beets or strawberries) or are a pink phenomenon all on their own (yes, pink pineapple exists, seriously!). These are the uber girly eats we're drooling over on our Insta feeds.

Smoothie bowls
These beautiful breakfast creations come in every color of the rainbow including, you guessed it, pink.

Cinnamon rolls
Move over Cinnabonthese beet-dyed cinnamon rolls are so Instagram worthy.

Noodle bowls
This Asian-inspired noodle dish is way cooler than your usual bowl of Ramen thanks to its on-trend tint.

Chocolate-covered strawberries
Strawberries look even prettier in pink. And when there's chocolate involved? Pass them this way, please.

Macaroons scream Blair Waldorf in a luxurious bubble bath, the infamous Upper East Side and dessert #goals.

There’s nothing better than cuddling up with freshly baked chocolate chip (or should we say chocolate *chic*) cookies. These have a fruity strawberry twist to make them that haute hue.

Topped with sprinkles, shredded coconut or just bare, is there really any rosy ring you wouldn't love? Probs not.

This is *not* a drill. Pineapple has never been so pretty (or so pink) and we need it stat.

Which millennial pink food are you just dying to try? Tell us in the comments below!

Photo credit: Pinterest, Neela Bettridge.


by Bella Torres | 11/2/2017