Serving a colorful variety of fruits and veggies is a great way to help kids get the nutrients they need. It's also a great way to have fun with food and keep them interested. With these colorful tips, dinner will never be drab again.
Here are some suggestions for each color of the rainbow. Challenge yourself and your family to see how many different colors you can eat every day.
Red: Tomatoes, red peppers, cherries, cranberries. Seeing red is a good thing with this comforting Gluten Free Chicken with Tomatoes and Polenta.
Orange: Butternut squash, carrots, mangos, oranges (obviously). These super-tasty Mango Chicken Caribbean Burgers are sure to be a hit.
Yellow: Bananas, apricots, summer squash, corn. Brighten up dinner with these unbelievably easy and delicious Chicken Pesto Squash Bowls.
Green: Kiwis, avocados, kale, broccoli. Get more green ingredients with these yummy Grilled Chicken Arugula Salad Wraps.
Blue/Purple: Blueberries, plums, eggplant, purple potatoes. This tasty Roasted Chicken and Root Vegetable recipe adds a fun pop of color to any dinner table.