The January edition of our Rad Family Dinner series is Better Breakfast. Here's to new habits and new routines in 2021, including a better breakfast! Share your fun with #radfamilydinners and #raddishkids.
If you need even more encouragement, we’ve partnered with the California Milk Advisory Board to bring you a coupon for savings on dairy products made with Real California Milk.
1. Blueberry Muffins 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!
Made with creamy yogurt, these muffins are bursting with blueberry flavor and are a Raddish favorite.
2. Breakfast Pizza by Farmwife Cooks
Liz Kelsay is a self described "farmwife" and lover of cow kisses. On her site, Farmwife Cooks, Liz shares the delicious family friendly recipes she creates in her kitchen at Kelsay Farms.
Liz's Breakfast Pizza is simple to make and packed full of protein. Pizza for breakfast? Yes, please!
Gina Homolka is the author and recipe developer of Skinnytaste, a site featuring delicious, healthy, family-friendly recipes made with real food. She is also the author of four best selling cookbooks with over one million copies sold in the U.S. and a new cookbook coming soon!
With no cooking required, Gina's Overnight Oats are a super easy, heart healthy breakfast packed with fiber, vitamins, and nutrients. (If you don't have almond milk or soy milk, regular milk will work just fine!)
4. Banana Yogurt Blender Muffins by Run Eat Repeat
Monica Olivas started Run Eat Repeat 10 years ago to document training for her first marathon and as a food log. Fast forward to today, Monica has run 60+ half marathons and 30+ full marathons -- and her site now includes training programs, meal plans and more.
Her Banana Yogurt Blender Muffins are made with oats, yogurt and bananas so they’re packed with calcium and protein, making it a delicious option for a healthy breakfast the whole family will love.
5. Chaffles by Real California Milk
The California Milk Advisory Board, an instrumentality of the California Department of Food and Agriculture, exist for one purpose: to spread the word about dairy products made with Real California Milk. When you see the Real California Milk seal, you’ll know that the product is certified as having been made with 100% Real California Milk from Real California Dairy families. Look for the seal locally, on products like butter, ice cream, yogurt, buttermilk, cream, cheese, sour cream and créme fraîche.
Their Chaffles (Cheese Waffles) recipe is made with shredded Real California mozzarella and takes less than 15 minutes to prep and cook!
View this Recipe and save on dairy products made with Real California Milk here.