The April edition of our Rad Family Dinner series is Colorful Cooking -- get creative and cook recipes based on colors of the rainbow!
Share your fun with #radfamilydinners and #raddishkids.
1. Veggie Rainbow and Ranch Dip by Raddish Kids
As the leading subscription cooking club for kids, Raddish Kids' illustrated, step-by-step recipes make it easy for kids of all ages and abilities to get in the kitchen!
Make a rainbow-themed snack of fresh veggies and serve alongside our homemade ranch dip!
2. Tomato and Basil Bisque by Challenge Butter
Challenge Butter - a leading and award-winning butter brand known for its quality - is passionate about bringing families and friends together around the dinner table.
This homemade tomato bisque is bursting with flavor and a pop of red! It can be made with either fresh tomato or canned and comes together in a snap. Homemade croutons are also a great addition or a comforting grilled cheese.
3. One Pot Kids Pizza Pasta by Kids Activities Blog
Holly Homer is the mom of 3 kids and the Founder and CEO of Kids Activities, a blog filled with easy activities to do with kids that don’t require special skills, lots of money or advance planning.
Holly's One Pot Kids Pizza Pasta combines the ease of a one pot dish with your kids’ favorite meal…pizza!
4. Corn Chowder by Lemon Tree Dwelling
Cathy Trochelman is a food blogger living in the Midwest with her husband and four daughters. She loves spending time in her kitchen creating simple, delicious, and seasonally inspired recipes for her blog, Lemon Tree Dwelling.
Made with sweet yellow corn, russet potatoes, red pepper, and a healthy dose of bacon, Cathy's Corn Chowder is packed with amazing flavor.
5. Broccoli & Cheese Nuggets by Laura Fuentes
Laura Fuentes is the founder and CEO of MOMables.com where she helps thousands of parents every day make fresh, real food the whole family will love.
With Laura's Broccoli & Cheese Nuggets, you’ll love that your kids are getting a bit of green veggies into their day, and your kids will love the delicious flavor.
View this Recipe and get a free sample of her weekly done-for-you family meal plans here. Or, make fewer trips to the grocery store and learn how to cook with just the items you have in your pantry and freezer by using the Pantry Staples Meal Plan.
5. BLUE: No Bake Blueberry Lemon Cream Pie by Mom on Timeout
An Electrical Engineer turned Food Blogger, Trish Rosenquist is the face behind Mom on Timeout where she creates family-friendly recipes that other busy moms can make in their kitchens.
Trish's No Bake Blueberry Lemon Cream Pie is piled high with fresh blueberries but can easily be adapted to other fruits like strawberries, raspberries or blackberries.