Recipes

One of the keys to a healthy relationship with food is variety. We share these recipes for that purpose. We hope you find them helpful.
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Adventures in Baking: Thumbprint Cookies

by Jennifer Locke, RD, LDN

Growing up in my household, baking was always a fond pastime for my mother and I. I can still remember … read more.

Versatile Farro

by Amy Aubertin, MS,RDN,LDN

Farro is an ancient grain and it is a type of wheat. You can make the basic recipe and then decide to have it for breakfast or as a salad or a warm side dish…read more

It’s Blueberry Season!

by Natalie Gornstein, LICSW

Mid to late summer in New England means blueberry season.  There is nothing better than fresh blueberries straight off of the bush. When I take my kids… read more!

Susannah’s Quick Peanut Sauce

by Amy Aubertin, MS,RDN,LDN

My friend, Susannah, always serves yummy and simple recipes when we get together.  I inevitably ask for the recipe and make it at home. This has been…read more!

4 Easy Pizza Recipes: How I celebrated National Nutrition Month!

by Jennifer Locke, RD, LDN

March was national nutrition month and this year I celebrated by paying homage to one of my favorite foods of all time: pizza. When I have the time, I love … read more.

Irish Soda Bread

by Jennifer Locke, RD, LDN

One of my favorite recipes to make on St. Patrick’s Day is Irish soda bread.  Irish soda bread is a traditional Irish bread that is simple to make as it does not use yeast and alternatively uses baking soda to leaven the bread, hence the name “soda bread…” read more

Lebkuchen Cookie Recipe

by Jennifer Locke, RD, LDN

The smell of baking cookies always brings me right back to memories of baking with my mom for the holidays.  We always baked and decorated the traditional sugar cookies and gingerbread cookies…read more

5 Easy Breakfast Ideas

by Jennifer Locke, RD, LDN

In my experience, breakfast can be a challenging meal for clients with and without disordered eating.  I know many people who have 1 or 2 “go-to” breakfasts…read more

A Mindful Pause a la Farm

by Nicole Patience MS, RD, LDN, CDE,CEDRD

Summer in New England invites us to connect more fully with the local food movement.  A farm visit is a great opportunity to…read more

National Nutrition Month – Put your best fork forward and Apple Square Recipe

by Jen Locke RD, LDN

Since March is national nutrition month, I am sharing this year’s theme: “put your best fork forward.”  Now, there could be many ways to interpret this theme, especially if you are someone who struggles with an eating disorder or …read more