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Rad Family Dinners: September - Apples All Around

The September edition of Rad Family Dinners is Apples All Around. If you’re lucky enough to go apple picking this fall, we hope you enjoy making some of these seasonal recipes below. 

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1. Apple Chips 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! 

Bake thinly sliced apples for a delicious and nutritious after school snack!

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Light & Creamy Apple Salad from The Seasoned Mom

Blair Lonergan is a mom of three, a busy home cook and the founder of The Seasoned Mom Inspired by her family's simple farmhouse life, The Seasoned Mom features recipes that have been tried, tested and loved for generations.
Packed full of nutritious ingredients, Blair's Light and Creamy Apple Salad is such a treat, and it’s ready in about 10 minutes!

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3. Caramel Apple Dip from Dinner at the Zoo

With 3 young kids, dinner can sometimes feel like feeding time at the zoo! That's why Sara started Dinner at the Zoom -- a blog with a mission to create easy, healthy and family friendly recipes.

With just four ingredients, Sara's caramel apple dip is perfect for parties, fall gatherings, potlucks, or just for any time you’re craving a caramel apple. 

Sausage Apple Breakfast Casserole from Life, Love and Good Food 

Life, Love and Good Food inspires average home cooks to spend more time in the kitchen — and around the family dinner table — by sharing quick and easy recipes with clear instructions and tips for success.

Sausage Apple Breakfast Casserole is a savory breakfast bake topped with sharp, nutty Dubliner cheese to perfectly balance the sweetness of crisp Fall apples.

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5. Apple Cider Braised Chicken Thighs from Blackberry Babe

Michelle Goth is the founder of Blackberry Babe, a food blog featuring  easy recipes that are quick enough for weeknights, but elegant enough to make for company.

Michelle's Apple Cider Braised Chicken Thighs is a super simple fall recipe that only uses one skillet!