Kitchen Science

We hope you are enjoying cooking like a scientist with our Kitchen Science box! Enjoy these delicious activities to extend the fun!                                                                               

Scroll down on this page to find:

  Scientific songs to listen to while you cook.

  A cheesy kale chip recipe that transforms salad greens into a snack-time star.

  A recipe for personalized popcorn to use after you've completed this month's "The Science of Popcorn" experiment. 

  A list of our favorite family movies and games that pair perfectly with homemade popcorn.

  A grocery store scavenger hunt that turns shopping into a scientific observation.

  Suggestions for healthy substitutions.                                          

A Spotify Playlist

Sing along with these scientific songs in our custom made playlist via Spotify.

(You'll need to sign up for an account in order to listen.)


Cheesy Kale Chips

Did you know that soft leafy kale can be cooked into a crunchy chip?  Try the recipe below!  The heat of the oven dries out the kale and makes it crisp.  Sprinkle with salt, pepper and cheese for a RAD-snack. Recipe is available for download here


- 2 bunches of kale

- 2 Tbsp olive oil

- Pinch of salt & pepper

- 4 Tbsp freshly grated Parmesan cheese


- Measuring spoons

- 2 cookie sheets


1.  Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

2.  Tear kale leaves away from the midrib and into bite-size pieces.

3.  Divide kale pieces between two cookie sheets.  Toss in olive oil.  Sprinkle with salt and pepper.

4.  Bake kale for 12 minutes.

5.  Remove kale from oven and top with cheese.  TASTE & SHARE!

You pick! Popcorn Mix

Enjoy family night with one of America's favorite snacks -- popcorn!  Add a little pizazz to your popcorn bag with a few of these delicious mix-ins, available for download here


Family Night

Quality time spent with the family is our absolute favorite past time! Here is a list of our TOP 5 favorite games to play and movies to watch with the family.

#1 -- Charades  

#2 -- Ratatouille 

#3 -- Pictionary 

#4 -- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory   

#5 -- 20 Questions

Grocery Store Sensory Scavenger Hunt

This month we're challenging Rad-Kid's to use their 5 senses to explore different ingredients during your grocery run. Download our scavenger hunt template here



At Raddish, we strive to accommodate the needs of all families.  Below please find some recommended substitutes for our Rad-Families with dietary restrictions. Measurements may vary based on substitute. 

 Mac & Cheese Cupcakes: brown rice pasta (in place of elbow macaroni), earth balance (in place of butter), sweet rice flour, non-dairy milk (such as almond, rice, hemp, soy or plain), gluten-free breadcrumbs, and vegan cheese. 

Volcano Lava Cakes: Gluten-free flour blend, coconut oil or earth balance (in place of butter), and canned coconut milk (in place of cream).