Brain Boosting Summer Recipes Your Kids Will Love

Brain Boosting Summer Recipes Your Kids Will Love

July 30, 2018

Our brain needs constant energy and nutrients even when we’re not ‘thinking’ because it sends signals to our organs and muscles to work properly. Proper brain nourishment is important at a young age because kids’ brains support cognitive and motor development.

Providing brain-boosting foods to your kids every day is key to supporting their health. Here are the perfect brain-boosting summer recipes for you and your kiddos to enjoy!


Pomegranate Dark Chocolate Bites

If your kids are craving a treat, these Pomegranate Dark Chocolate bites are sure to satisfy their sweet tooth. Pomegranate can support memory at a young age and has been shown to support brain health as we age. Dark chocolate is rich in flavonoids which supports improved reasoning and attention. With these health benefits, you won’t feel guilty about enjoying these blissful bites!


View the recipe here.



Homemade Yogurt

Yogurt is filled with great probiotics. The live bacteria found in yogurt is key to supporting digestion and a healthy gut, which can also support your child’s brain development. Don’t keep buying expensive greek yogurt from the grocery store when you can make your own with just a few simple ingredients. Serve it with fresh fruit and honey for extra sweetness.


View the recipe here.




Tropical Turmeric Smoothie Bowl

Turmeric is becoming a popular ingredient in the wellness world. This Indian spice, made up of the compound curcumin, is an anti-inflammatory that can help reduce the amyloid plaque build up in the brain and support cognitive function by dissolving abnormal proteins to protect brain cells.

Start your day with a Tropical Turmeric Smoothie Bowl for a brain-boosting breakfast filled with health benefits. Top it with chia seeds, coconut shavings, and your favorite fruits and your kids won’t even taste the turmeric.


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Mini Steak Tacos

Quality beef contains a lot of brain-supporting benefits. A good source of beef contains high levels of b12 and iron, which support healthy energy levels by transporting oxygen and nutrients to the brain.

Mini steak tacos are a hit for Mexican food lovers and can be customized with your favorite fillings. Set up a mini taco bar, and let your kids add their own toppings for added fun.


View the recipe here.



Kid-Friendly Salmon

Getting kids to eat fish can be tricky, but this kid-friendly salmon recipe is sure to make your little ones fall in love! Salmon contains amazing amounts of omega-3 fatty acids which may help protect, restore, and create nerves in our brains. It can also support memory and retention, making it the perfect meal to have after a long day. Pair this teriyaki glazed salmon dish with quinoa and steamed veggies.

View the recipe here.


While summer is a well-deserved break from school, don’t let everything your kids learned go in one ear and out the other. Keep their brains sharp this summer with these brain-boosting recipes. Not only will your kids love them, but you’ll feel good keeping them happy and healthy all summer long.




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