Brain Boosting Smoothie

Brain Boosting Smoothie

From the Kitchen of Dr. Amy Rothenberg Summer time's the perfect time for a smoothie: cool and smooth and refreshing. I like these ingredients when thinking of brain power, but am flexible when I make a smoothie, depending on what else I have, fresh or frozen, in the...

Peachy Pecan Muffins

Peachy Pecan Muffins

When we planted our first peach tree some years ago, we didn’t realize quite how many peaches we would gather. Now our mini yard orchard boasts six peach trees and this year’s harvest has been a bit overwhelming-- we’re inundated with peaches. At first we were...

Apple Muffins

When you live in New England you know the joy of apple season. There’s nothing like it, with so many varieties and a rainbow of colors. The crisp snap of a MacIntosh, goes right along with leaves crunching under my feet and the nighttime air turning cooler. These...

Cranberry & Oats Muffins

Cranberry & Oats Muffins

The toasted oats that are then made into flour, add a nutty flavor here. I used all applesauce and no banana, but either would work. I used coconut milk but almond, dairy or soy could also do. You can also replace the honey with maple or rice or apple syrup. Decorate...

Muffins for a Holiday Time

Muffins for a Holiday Time

I like these muffins for breakfast with nuts or cottage cheese & raisins and a cup of tea. But they also make a great holiday gift to bring a host or hostess when you go visiting. You can find muffin boxes with clear cellophane window on top, and wrap with a...

Sugar (Not Really) & Spice Muffins

These muffins have no added sugar or sugar replacement at all and are not especially sweet. The sweetness they do have comes entirely from fruit. Adding raisins or dates would add to the sweetness factor. Great cut in half and grilled in a little butter! Ingredients:...

Breakfast Protein Muffins

Breakfast Protein Muffins

From the Kitchen of Dr. Amy Rothenberg This recipe was sent to us by one of the most wonderful women who came before us and paved the way for naturopathic medicine in America, Cathy Rogers ND. The last time I saw her she gifted me with a bag of these yummy, nutritious...

Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Roasted Brussels Sprouts

From the Kitchen of Dr. Amy RothenbergHere’s a recipe that takes under two minutes to prepare (before popping in the oven) but everyone loves to eat!Take your raw brussels sprouts, rinse. Drizzle with olive oil. Don’t be stingy! Put in the oven at 350˚F. Get in there...

Watermelon Soup

Watermelon Soup

From the Kitchen of Dr. Amy Rothenberg My friend Dennis Rosen MD, served this Watermelon Soup at a Fourth of July party and I was smitten! Delicious with some surprising flavors, and SO refreshing on a hot summer evening!! * 8 cups fresh watermelon, cut into one inch...

Cranberry Hummus

Cranberry Hummus

From the Kitchen of Dr. Amy Rothenberg Sometime over the last few years the whole world of hummus has changed. What used to be the Middle Eastern and Greek standard, made with the same few ingredients of chickpeas, tahini, salt, lemon, and olive oil, now comes in so...