It’s Earth Day tomorrow! My family doesn’t need an excuse to go to our local farmer’s market, but the holiday is a great reason to celebrate with fresh fruits and veggies. During our last trip, we found some delicious looking produce that inspired us to have some fun in the kitchen!

Getting kids to eat their vegetables can sometimes be challenging, so get them excited with one of these colorful and creative recipes below. You won’t be able to keep them out of the kitchen with these eye-catching ideas.

Zucchini & Carrots Roses Tart by Buona Pappa

Isn’t this tart gorgeous?! Truly an edible masterpiece perfect for celebrating Mama Nature. It’s really easy to make too. To form the roses, just slice heirloom carrots and zucchini with a potato peeler or mandolin and roll!

Rainbow Cauliflower Crust Pizza by Gimme Delicious Food

Who doesn’t want to eat a rainbow?!! Cauliflower pizza crusts are really popular right now, so this recipe is a great chance to try out the craze, plus with the variety of colored veggies to choose from, each of the kids can make their own personal pizza the way they want it…”Happy kids, happy mom,” as they say!

Edible Vegetable Bouquet by The View From Great Island

I love this DIY edible sculpture! So much fun and so healthy too! All you need are some cookie cutters in flower shapes to create your very own veggie flower pot. It’s an appetizer and centerpiece all in one!

Getting everyone to eat their veggies won’t be a problem with these kid-friendly recipes! I am looking forward to creating some edible masterpieces with the kids this weekend. What are you serving up for Earth Day?

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