Blueberry Cookie Bites

We tried this recipe at camp and the kids thought they were tasty and fun to make. Much to their surprise the only sweetness comes from dates and the blueberries. This can be made with macadamia nuts or cashews, just adjust the coconut oil depending on which you use....

Shipwreck Salmon with Citrus Glaze

Salmon is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids and can be introduced as a regular part of kids diet very early. I love this recipe because it is mildly sweet and introduces a familiar flavor of orange and lemon which kids generally love. This can be made with a large...

Green Dragon Stew

This winter while skiing I came across a Green Curry Stew that was so hearty, delicious and warming, that I couldn’t stop thinking about it! I was obsessed with coming up with a similar recipe with my favorite veggies, a savory, spicy green curry broth with...

Dinosaur Kale Salad

What makes this kale salad our absolute favorite is 1) the fact that it’s all chopped up like confetti, making it easy to eat, and 2) the sweet and salty tastes that you get with every bite! We first ran into this recipe from the Food Babe, and it blew our...

Purple People Eater Salad

We kid-tested this recipe during a soup class, and it turned out to be the perfect crunchy match for our Souper Lima Bean Soup. It would also be wonderful for the warmer picnic months as a cool, refreshing side salad. This salad is SUPER PURPLE,  which means TONS of...

Raw Apple Bliss

You will be amazed at the natural sweetness of this raw dessert. It’s packed with great ingredients like cinnamon, which signals your body to stop eating when you are full, walnuts, which are a great source of healthy fats, and apples which are anti-oxidant superstars...

Witch’s Brew Veggie Stew

We are going to debut this recipe at our Halloween Party at the Doctor Yum Project Kitchen and we can’t wait!. So far the reviews are FANTASTIC. It’s a great way to fill up your little Trick-or-Treaters before they head out on Halloween night. Add as many...

Green Dragon Smoothie

When we want to wow kids and grownups with how delicious green smoothies are, this is our go-to recipe. It never fails to convert even the most selective eater to healthy green smoothies. A thinner consistency and a milkshake straw help beginners as well. We adapted...

Chocolate Almond Soaked Oatmeal

Adapted from mywholelifefood.com Ready for a delicious chocolate treat?  For breakfast?  This oatmeal packs lots of powerful ingredients including cacao, chocolate in its whole, unrefined form. Soaking oats overnight makes them a snap to serve in the morning. No...

Veggitos

  At the Doctor Yum Project kitchen we are always looking for fun ways for families to enjoy healthy food.  In my pediatrics practice I see an epidemic of vegetable “haters” and many of their parents who are too frustrated to know what to do. Little...

Pumpkin Energy Bites

I found this great recipe on the website Gimme Some Oven. This is an easy “no bake” recipe which is perfect for a quick, energy dense snack. They work great in lunchboxes too. They are sweetened with dates and honey and I would recommend eating just one or...

Succulent Herbed Chicken Kabobs

This is my sister’s super special secret recipe for chicken shish kabobs. She recently shared this with me for the first episode of my new CVTV series, “A Wonderful Life with Doctor Yum.” After we taped the segment we served them at a garden party...

Zesty Plum Salsa

  In front of my new practice and Doctor Yum teaching kitchen is a great big flowering tree. Half of it looked dead this winter, but before removing it we decided to see what it looks like in the spring. Much to my suprise it is a plum tree, and right now...

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