March Food For Your Brain

Feeding your brain doesn’t have to be hard! We’ve collected a days-worth of our favorite brain healthy recipes and put them all in one place. Check in next month for new additions.

Brain Power Smoothie

We love to start the day with an easy-to-make smoothie that not only tastes great but works wonders for the brain. This recipe comes from Gimme Some Oven and we know you’ll love it just as much as us! Get blending with the full recipe here.



Herby Turkey Sliders

This isn’t the first recipe from the Healthy Mind Cookbook that we’ve shared and it isn’t the last (just wait until you get to dessert!). We just couldn’t help ourselves – these sliders work great for lunch and dinner. Make it at night for your lunch tomorrow. Check out the full recipe here.



Cinnamon Walnut Brain Bars

A great snack to make at the beginning of the week, this grab-and-go “brain bar” is full of omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants. We can always count on Cleveland Clinic to provide tasty recommendations that are great for the brain! Find the full recipe here.



Pan-Seared Salmon with Pear and Walnut Spinach Salad

This recipe from Cooking Light can be put together on the go, in 30 minutes. A perfect way to change up your routine and add in a little Mediterranean flair! Get the full recipe here.



Grown-Up Chocolate Pudding with Raspberries

In the mood for something sweet? This chocolate pudding from The Healthy Mind Cookbook is sure to satisfy any craving. Dark chocolate is good for the brain, so no need to feel bad indulging! Click here for the full recipe.



Have a brain healthy recipe you’d like to share? Send us a note – we’d love to hear from you!