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Rad Family Dinners: June 2021 - Beach Eats

The June edition of Rad Family Dinners is Beach EatsEnjoy this collection of beach eats from bloggers across the web. (In fact, these eats are so good you may not even need a beach to enjoy them!)

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1. Honey Lime Fruit Salad from 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!

Toss colorful fruit with a honey lime dressing for a refreshing fruit salad at the beach!

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2.  Watermelon Feta Bruschetta
 from Joyful Healthy Eats

Krista is a mom of two and is the recipe developer and food photographer behind Joyful Healthy Eats, a blog featuring simple healthy recipes for the family that can be made in 30 minutes or less. 

Krista's Watermelon Feta Bruschetta skewers are perfect for summer – with just four ingredients and less than 10 minutes to make, these are a refreshing and light snack to munch on oceanside!
Southern Kitchen is a food & lifestyle brand created to share the stories, recipes and heritage of Southern food and culture in today’s South.

Check out Southern Kitchen's tips for properly packing a sandwich for a beach trip, then try their recipe for a Trio of Herbed Summer Finger Sandwiches on your next excursion!

Seashell Pasta Salad from The Skinny Fork

Amanda Plott is the founder of The Skinny Fork, a blog focused on turning traditional recipes into a healthier dish that can proudly be served to friends, family, and loved ones.

Best served cold, Amanda's Seashell Pasta Salad is kid-friendly and loaded with plenty of veggies -- perfect fuel for day spent boogie boarding and building sand castles!

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5. Cherry Hand Pies from Comfortably Domestic 

Kirsten is a mom of four who believes anyone can be a great home cook. Her blog, Comfortably Domestic, features recipes that Kirsten describes as "real, approachable comfort food."

Kirsten's hand pies are fruity, flaky, and so easy to assemble. They are perfectly portable for a day at the beach!