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It’s a pink thing! Maybe you are out here brainstorming the best pink food for baby shower planning for an upcoming pink-themed celebration. If so, this is the post for you! We have rounded up pink baby shower punch and pink baby shower foods like pink baby shower treats and blue baby shower cookies. Some of the features include baby shower pink cakes and pink and gold cake. We also have pink baby shower drinks ideas from the best bloggers around! But this post is useful for anyone planning a pink party – a pink girl’s party, Valentine’s Day party, etc.

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A Simple Pink Theme

Maybe it’s just me, but many baby shower themes have gone over the top these days! Sometimes the occasion simply calls for a few simple pops of pink! A pretty pink party comes together quite easily!

Pops of pink could be anything from a cluster of pretty pink balloons, pink confetti on the tables, fresh pink flowers in modern vases, pretty velvet pink tablecloths, etc. It doesn’t have to be over the top – unless you want it to be, of course! And that is perfectly okay, too!

Tons of Perfect Pink Baby Shower Foods and Drinks

Check this list below and you will surely find the perfect pink food for baby shower planning contributed by some of my fellow bloggers! As I said, these pink foods and pink drinks are perfect for a pink birthday party, a pink graduation party, a Race for the Cure party, etc.

You might need a few savory pink foods to pop in among the sweet items.

If you need pink drinks for a pink baby shower, we have you covered! Check out this pink party punch, cotton candy mocktail, pink sherbet punch, and citrus mocktail!

This next item is not a recipe at all, but a super cute theme idea for your all pink baby shower!

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50 Pretty in Pink Baby Shower Food Ideas for a Girl

These luscious recipes and pink food ideas are perfect for a baby shower menu.

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My daughter loves all things pink, so this recipe was just right for her birthday. Even my teenage son (not a fan of pink) ate his share, too. —Paulette Smith, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

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Tangy mayonnaise-Dijon sauce adds zip to flaky pastry and layers of crisp arugula, thinly sliced smoked salmon and nutty-flavored Asiago cheese. —Jamie Brown-Miller, Napa, California

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My guests enjoy this refreshing cherry-topped drink. It’s just right on a hot southern summer evening. And it’s pretty, too.—Awynne Thurstenson, Siloam Springs, Arkansas

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This appetizer or side dish makes a crispy complement to any Italian entree. I just started with my grandmother’s bruschetta recipe and added fresh tomatoes! It’s one of the yummiest bruschetta recipes I’ve found. —Jean Franzoni, Rutland, Vermont

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After a card game one evening, our hostess served graham crackers spread with prepared strawberry cream cheese. The flavor combination was delicious. So I decided to create this Strawberry Cream Cheese Dip using fresh berries. Guests appreciate this simple snack. —Carol Gaus, Elk Grove Village, Illinois

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These little cuties pack all the appeal of a dinner baked potato into the perfect bite-sized appetizer. I top off each one with a dollop of sour cream and coarsely ground pepper. —Sarah Shaikh, Mumbai, India

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I make these attractive, buttery cookies to serve at our remote guest lodge, and all the cooks in the kitchen are addicted to them! —Patsy Wolfenden, Golden, British Columbia

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Radishes are often overlooked as a mere salad garnish, but their bright, crisp flavor is a welcome addition to many dishes, including this orange guacamole. For balance, pair radish’s peppery crunch with a soft, sweet fruit. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

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We eat grapefruit for breakfast and in winter fruit salads—why not for dessert? Here’s a sweet-tart cake that’s easy, delicious and one of a kind. Oh, and healthy, too! —Maiah Miller, Montclair, Vermont

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Years ago, I found a version of this sausage and meatballs recipe in a cookbook. At first taste, my family judged it a keeper. The tangy, saucy meatballs are requested by our friends whenever I host card night. We also take the yummy dish on camping trips. —Marybell Lintott, Vernon, British Columbia

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Rhubarb is the featured ingredient in this blush-colored punch. A friend passed the recipe on to me, and we enjoy it so much that I thought others might, too. —Rebecca Mininger, Jeromesville, Ohio

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This is a dessert take on bruschetta. Sweet, cinnamony toast slices are topped with a cream cheese mixture, strawberries and almonds. They are like miniature cheesecakes and so yummy! —Christi Meixner, Aurora, Illinois

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When unexpected company calls during the holidays, this shrimp salad is the perfect fit. It’s quick to put together, too, leaving you more time to spend with your guests. — Karen Moore, Jacksonville, Florida

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Pomegranates make dessert festive and bright with a burst of juicy sweetness. These pomegranate bars are no exception. —Lisa Keys, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania

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Faced with an abundant grape crop, I created this easy, impressive-looking dessert. I like to add a drizzle of honey and a sprinkle of coarse sugar to finish it off. —Kallee Krong-McCreery, Escondido, California

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Our seven children and four grandkids voted this festive, flavorful cookie a “keeper.” We gave a batch to our mail carrier, in thanks for trudging through so much snow, and she asked for the recipe. —Ruth Anne Dale, Titusville, Pennsylvania

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These tempting cheese-stuffed tomatoes are bursting with fresh flavor. Use the small end of a melon scoop to easily remove the pulp. —Laura LeRoy, Waxhaw, North Carolina

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My next-door neighbor shared this recipe with me, and I simply cannot improve it! You can make it ahead and cook it quickly when company arrives. The combo of poppy seeds, ham and cheese, horseradish and brown sugar makes it so delicious. —Iris Weihemuller, Baxter, Minnesota

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I learned to bake beside my mom and grandmother. When I was on break from college, I knew just how to entertain myself: I made cookies. Sharing this recipe with my mom and grandmother was a proud moment.—Andrea Zulauf, Livonia, New York

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This calorie and caffeine-free tea has a delightful rosy color.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin

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This recipe is a spinoff a cherry chicken main dish my husband adores. The combination of sweet, tart and salty flavors provides a contrast that’s hard to resist. —Shelley Platten, Amherst, Wisconsin

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This salmon dip is a delightful hors d’oeuvre that’s excellent for any occasion. The combination of salmon, cream cheese and spices gives it terrific flavor. —Raymonde Hebert Bernier, Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec

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Strawberry shortcake is one of my favorite desserts. I thought it would be great to capture all that wonderful flavor, so I made these strawberry shortcake cookies topped with pink strawberry frosting. —Allison Anderson, Avondale, Arizona

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These finger sandwiches are filling enough to satisfy hearty appetites. I've served the fun little stacks at every event, including holiday gatherings, showers and tailgate parties. —Kelly Williams, Forked River, New Jersey

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Dainty and light, these tartlets feature two of my favorites —lemon and cheesecake —in one yummy morsel. They look lovely topped with fresh raspberries, but sliced strawberries are just as pretty and delicious. —Gwyn Brandt, Hibbing, Minnesota

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My husband and I met at a cooking class. We have loved creating menus and entertaining ever since. These make-ahead antipasto skewers are always a hit. —Denise Hazen, Cincinnati, Ohio

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These luscious stuffed berries are the perfect bite-sized dessert. —Stephen Munro, Beaver Bank, Nova Scotia

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I like to take these quick and easy treats to potlucks and family gatherings. They're always well received! —Pam Kokes, North Loup, Nebraska

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A line forms quickly behind this quichelike torte at family gatherings. The wedges are easy to eat as finger food, and it's delicious hot or cold. — Barbara Estabrook, Rhinelander, Wisconsin

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Topped with a chocolate kiss, these cherry-flavored cookies look super cute on a dessert tray. Share them with family and friends. —Joy Yurk, Grafton, Wisconsin

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This fruit salad has such a surprising yet fabulous mix of flavors that friends often ask for the recipe. Combine seedless watermelon varieties in yellow, red and pink for a colorful twist. —Heidi Haight, Macomb, Michigan

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Talk about a conversation piece! These fun, yummy bars will get people talking. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

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Making this salad is a lot like putting in a garden. I “plant” everything in nice, neat sections, just as I do with seedlings. —Patricia Kile, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania

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These pretty pink cookies always turn out so tender. They are the hit of my holiday! —Barbara Nowakowski, North Tonawanda, New York

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I first made this ham salad recipe for a shower, and everyone raved about it. Now when I go to a potluck, I take it—along with copies of the recipe. —Patricia Reed, Pine Bluff, Arkansas

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Every spring, we had strawberries and rhubarb on our farm outside Seattle. These fruity hand pies remind me of those times and of Grandma Winnie’s baking. —Shawn Carleton, San Diego, California

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This lovely appetizer is almost too pretty to eat! Sweet watermelon cubes hold a refreshing topping that showcases cucumber, red onion and fresh herbs. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

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Eat these pretty treats as is or crush them into a bowl of strawberries and whipped cream. Readers of my blog,, went nuts when I posted that idea.—Amy Tong, Anaheim, California

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Roast beef sandwiches never last long at a party, especially if you dollop them with mayo, mustard, horseradish and pickled giardiniera relish. —Susan Hein, Burlington, Wisconsin

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For a fruit salad that’s delightful, we combine berries and citrus with a honey-lime dressing flecked with poppy seeds. —Carrie Howell, Lehi, Utah

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Not your ordinary layer dip, the bold combination of hummus and Greek yogurt will be a new most-requested recipe at your next baby shower or gathering. —Elizabeth Dumont, Boulder, Colorado

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This recipe explodes with raspberry flavor! It's a wonderful summertime treat.—Doreen Patterson, Qualicum Beach, British Columbia

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Baking a fun treat is a must when my four grandchildren come to stay for "grandma camp." Sometimes the grandkids help by piping the cake batter. —Linda Schend, Kenosha, Wisconsin

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When it’s too hot to eat inside, I head out to the patio. Shred some rotisserie chicken and toss with mango, watermelon and grapes for an ooh-ahh healthy chicken salad. —Barbara Spitzer, Lodi, California

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Store-bought spaghetti sauce speeds up the preparation of these homemade meatball appetizers. Leftovers make terrific sub sandwiches.—Rene McCrory, Indianapolis, Indiana

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Our family loves fresh strawberries, so I look for different ways to use them. This tempting, yummy dessert has sweet strawberries, tart lime and salty pretzels. —Alexandra Barnett, Forest, Virginia

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These sandwiches are always welcome at lunchtime around our house. Sweet pineapple and crunchy pecans are nice additions to ordinary chicken salad. —Carol Alexander, Midland, Michigan

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Summertime and watermelon go hand in hand. My melon sorbet is fresh, fruity and without the gluten and eggs you get in many other frozen desserts. —Rachel Lewis, Danville, Virginia

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The variety of tomatoes, onions and peppers makes this chunky salsa so good. Whenever I try to take a batch to a get-together, it’s hard to keep my family from finishing it off first! It’s a super snack with tortilla chips or as a relish with meat. —Connie Siese, Wayne, Michigan

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These fruity kabobs are so refreshing on a warm day. They're also a quick and easy treat for get-togethers. —Kathleen Hedger, Godfrey, Illinois

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Originally Published: July 19, 2021

Ellie Martin Cliffe

Now Taste of Home's content director, Ellie has been writing about food and parenting for almost 20 years. When she isn't at TOH HQ, she's likely trying gluten- and dairy-free recipes, canning whatever's in season, listening to anything with a fiddle, or playing Forbidden Island with her family.

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What do a woman's haircut, a disposable razor, and a Gucci T-shirt have in common? "Tax on pink". All over the world, women pay more for clothes, medicines, personal care products and sometimes even food. But they pay not for quality, but for gender. "Utopia" understands why this is happening and whether the "pink tax" works in Russia. nine0004

What is the Pink Tax?

It is also called "pink tax" or "pink tax". This is a form of price discrimination where products marked "specially for women" are more expensive than similar products for men.

The pink tax was first discussed in the early 1990s after a report by the California State Assembly Research Bureau. The study found clear price discrimination based on gender, with more than half of the dry cleaners in the state's five major cities charging a higher price for women's blouses than men's shirts. nine0004

California Consumer Affairs found that women pay $351 more than men for similar services during the year. As a result, in 1995, California passed a law to eliminate tax liabilities for citizens of both sexes.

There was a second surge of attention to the “pink tax” in 2015, after the release of a New York City Consumer Affairs study. It shows that, on average, women pay 13% more for personal care products, 8% more for clothing (and 4% for children's clothing), 7% more for accessories and toys for children. girls." nine0004

According to the study, women are more expensive:

  • Mortgages . In the US, women pay 0.4% more on mortgages than men.
  • Loans. Banks give women loans at higher interest rates, although they go bankrupt less often than men.
  • Clothing. Underwear - 29%, shirts - 13-15%, jeans - 10%, sweaters - 6%, socks - 3%.
  • Cars. nine0130 US auto dealers offer men better deals and discounts on car purchases than women.
  • Dry cleaning. Washing a women's shirt costs almost twice as much as a men's shirt.
  • Personal care products. Shampoos and conditioners by 48%, deodorant by 3%, soap by 6%, shaving foam by 4%.

Why is this happening?

Manufacturers explain the difference in price between similar products for women and men by the appearance of products: to make beautiful packaging, decorate an item with rhinestones or develop a style that fits well on a female figure, you need to spend more time and materials. Accordingly, the price of the final product increases. nine0004

For example, apparel brand Old Navy told me that in the process of creating women's plus-size jeans, designers use stretch materials and work out the details of the fit of such items of clothing.

Another important factor is government import tax in the US and most European countries. For example, in 2015 in the USA it was 15.1% for women's goods and 11.9% for men's.

At the same time, the “pink tax” has other reasons, based primarily on stereotypes about women. For example, marketer Mikhail Dymshits states: “Women tend to buy something for themselves more expensive than similar goods for the family or for men. That is, slightly higher prices are the result of both purely economic reasons and the peculiarities of female psychology. nine0004

Christine Whelan, a professor at the University of Wisconsin, says that the desire to surround yourself with beautiful things (even if you have to pay extra for them) is normal for many women. At the same time, it is important to understand that the marketing strategy for products for women can be based on stereotypes about “female psychology”, because of which consumers fall into a vicious circle: they pay more for the same products because these products are more expensive than similar ones, but with label for men.

How the pink tax is being tackled in the US and Europe

In 2018, the US introduced a bill to abolish the pink tax to end gender discrimination. Some shops, pharmacies and eateries held rallies in support of him.

For example, posters appeared at the entrance to the Thompson Chemists pharmacy urging all male customers to pay an additional "male tax" of 7%.

Burger King ran a promo selling chicken nuggets in pink packaging for double the price of regular ones. As the women argued, resented, and refused to pay, the cashier pointed out to them that they were already buying many items at an unfair markup. nine0004

In 2014, the French organization Georgette Sand published a petition on Change. org calling on the large supermarket chain Monoprix to stop "sexist marketing". In literal translation, the name of the supermarkets means “single price”, but the activists noticed that many similar goods for men and women differ in price.

They collected the brightest examples on a separate Tumblr page. However, Monoprix denied all allegations, citing the difference in price due to the individual characteristics of the goods and sales volume:

  • Men's disposable razors sell much better, allowing the price to drop. In addition, the female model of the razor requires additional production costs.
  • The sales volume of men's shaving gel is also higher, so its purchase price is lower than that of women's. Also, the female version has a more complex diffuser and silk extract has been added to it, which also affects the price.
  • Monoprix also gave examples where men's products are more expensive than women's: for example, aerosol deodorants (2.06 euros for men and 1. 88 euros for women) and shower gels (1.76 euros for men and 1.60 euros for women ). nine0133

As a result of this incident, the Ministry of Economy conducted a study and supported Monoprix: according to the government report, there is no discrimination in pricing.

However, in 2015, after women's protests, France reduced the tax on pads and tampons from 20% to 5%, equating them with essentials such as drinking water and toilet paper.

In the same year, Canada also dropped the tax on feminine hygiene products. And in 2018, 5-10% VAT on pads and tampons was canceled in Malaysia. nine0004

In February 2020, the Scottish Parliament approved a bill to provide women with free personal care products. By the way, in 2018 Scotland became the first country in the world in which pads and tampons began to be distributed in schools and universities for free.

"Pink tax" in Russia

trend. Some categories of goods for women are 10-15% more expensive. Others - only by 1-3%. After all, a woman is considered the best buyer. A woman is a more active buyer than a man. She loves variety. And the manufacturer and the seller, who know about it, will never give up extra profit.” nine0004

Katyrin also noted that in Soviet times there was no “pink tax”, because there was a state plan and prices were calculated based on the real cost of the product, and not the gender of the potential buyer. In his opinion, the “pink tax” appeared when “the Western market with its own laws” came to the country in the 1990s.

We decided to check how things are on the Russian market in 2020 and compare prices for some goods in the average consumer basket. It turned out that everything is not so clear. Try to guess which goods are more expensive for men and which are more expensive for women. nine0004

What is more expensive?

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What you can do to avoid overpaying

The main way to fight the "pink tax" is to "vote in rubles": remember that goods marked "specially for women" are subject to it or pink and compare prices of similar products marketed as men's or unisex before purchasing.

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