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Take a Pride-themed dessert crawl with these tasty rainbow treats

Get ready to make your pride experience a whole lot sweeter.

Cupcake Pride Flag ($85)

Savor each color of the rainbow with this kosher cupcake assortment fromBaked by Melissa. The bakery is not only showing its support for Pride through this vibrant mosaic but also donating all the proceeds to the LGBT Community Center.

Rainbow Bagel, Pride Edition ($3.95)

The Bagel Store's viral creation that turned Instagram into a rainbow earlier this year is getting some extra pizzazz for Pride. This week, your Rainbow Bagel (with corresponding Funfetti cream cheese) comes topped with edible golden stars and glitter.349 Bedford Ave., Williamsburg

Pride Doughnut ($3)

Why do doughnuts have to be circular? Instead of conforming to a shapeist norm, theDoughnut Plantis busting out triangle-shaped fluffy yeast doughnuts topped with raspberry glaze and rainbow stripes for Pride at all locations.

Pride Donut($4)

Gossip Coffeeis known as much for being a hub of doughnut innovation as a cafe. (Chef Scottish Francis was named the Donut King by no less than Gordon Ramsay.) For Pride, head to Astoria to snag thisrainbow-glazed treat with a cold brew coffee or one of the flavored ice teas on tap. 3704 30th Ave., Queens

Pride Cupcakes($30 for a box of 6)

Set aside Magnolia Bakery'srightly famous banana pudding this month for a confetti cupcake. Starting this Thursday (through June 30), dig into this pretty little treat topped with an edible candy rainbow.

Rainbow Tie-Dye Macarons (6 for $15)

Macarons are always colorful, butMacaron Parlouris swirling together the entire rainbow for Pride Week. Between the swirly shells is salted caramel buttercream, and each treat is sprinkled with sugar crystals and glittery stars. The psychedelic-looking macarons are available at the store's East Village location and at its Broadway Bites booth.

Confetti Krispies ($3)

The fun of the Pride Parade is baked into the Rice Krispies Treats atSchmackary's, with the rainbow colors coming from Fruity Pebbles and Fruit Loops cereals, plus chunks of marshmallow.362 W. 45th St., Hell's Kitchen

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