Nerd Food: Pride Food Edition – 5 Items You Can't Ignore

Happy Pride! This month and every month it's important to celebrate you, which also means to nourish your body. With everything going on in the world, it may seem like a bit much to take proper care of yourself. There's nothing wrong with that. The items below are designed to celebrate you, all while being delicious.

Nerd Food: Pride Food Edition - 5 Items you can't Ignore!
Shot of the gay flag blowing in the wind. By cunaplus
Nerd Food: Pride Food Edition - 5 Items you can't Ignore!
glow with pride 6 tea sampler from https://www.davidstea.com/

I've been a fan of DAVIDsTEA for some time, and I absolutely love their Pride collection. Their new Tie-Dye Butterfly iced tea is very eye-catching, but also downright delicious. With hints of passionfruit alongside heart and butterfly sprinkles, this is the perfect drink to cool and refresh you during the hot summer days.

Nerd Food: Pride Food Edition - 5 Items you can't Ignore!
Milk Chocolate Gummy Lips from https://sugarpova.com/

These year-round chocolate-covered gummies have been routinely in my house. These irresistible mouth shapes are so good you could kiss them — but I suggest eating them instead.

Nerd Food: Pride Food Edition - 5 Items you can't Ignore!
Big Gay Ice Cream logo from their official Facebook Page.

Unfortunately, you need to be in the New Jersey and New York area (granted they are closed right now due to COVID-19), but this ice cream place is the bee's knees. Started in 2009, this delightful ice creamery offers a variety of high quality treats for the young and young at heart.

You know their slogan. Taste the rainbow. Or in the case of their Skittles Pride edition, the only rainbow that matters is the Pride one. These special Skittles are devoid of color, so in theory you could get crafty at home with some food dye.

Nerd Food: Pride Food Edition - 5 Items you can't Ignore!
Absolut Rainbow from https://www.absolut.com/

Absolut has been celebrating and supporting the LBGTQ+ community for decades. This Pride inspired bottle, designed by Gilbert Baker (the designer behind the original rainbow flag), would make a perfect addition to your at-home bar. Just don't drink it in one sitting, you'll have a bad time the next day.

 

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About Baltimore Lauren

I like pinball machines, Archie Comics, and bad movies. Sometimes I write about old books for the heck of it. Follow me on Twitter: @BaltimoreLauren
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