Huckleberries are powerful brain food. Turn your wild berries into a quick and easy jam thickened with chia seeds and sweetened with just a splash of pure maple syrup.
Perfectly cooked salmon that is juicy and moist is easy with this method by cookbook author and food luminary Paula Wolfert.
Eat it, drink it, freeze into a granita. The riper the watermelon, the more brain healthy lycopene it contains.
Introducing your new favorite salsa: roasted lemon salsa verde. Anchovies give it a huge punch of umami flavor and brain healthy omega-3s.
When I paged through my copy of The Healthy Mind Cookbook by Rebecca Katz, I had to make this recipe first. Rebecca’s technique roasts the salmon to perfection. When drizzled with a simple sauce and topped with a fresh, nutrient-dense salsa, it goes from good to great. This is a favorite recipe of my Brain Works cooking class students.
When raw cashews are soaked in water, they become soft enough to be blended into this addictive, slightly sweet cream — perfect for serving with berries.
This cold and crunchy rendition of spicy sesame noodles is a perfect introduction to the world of spiralized vegetables. Ready to make zoodles?
Turmeric and ginger root amp up the brain healthy factor in this essential recipe for bone broth, perfect for making Pho Bo.
Socca, savory crépe-like pancakes made with chickpea flour, are the perfect way to introduce the Essential Recipes category in the Brain Works Kitchen. Essential Recipes are the backbone of our brain healthy way of eating. These are foods that are easy, versatile, and delicious. And, they can replace the less healthy foods in your diet. Say hello to socca! Good-bye to processed white bread, flour tortillas, crackers and chips.
Let’s ditch the sugary, processed granola products. It’s easy to make granola at home with brain healthy ingredients that bring out the inherent deliciousness of toasted oats and almonds.