In the spirit of lazily, joyfully spent college timetable breaks and ten minutes of guaranteed daily January joy, I present to you: peanut maple rice crispy snack bars.
Hello in 2020! Using seasonal kale and orange to feel more winter-appropriate, this FODMAP friendly smoothie is what I’ve turned to, to combat my Christmas cheese feasts. It’s creamy, filling, totally enjoyable to drink and easily adapted to suit your own food tolerances and tastes.
Might this be the longest recipe title ever? Possibly. But this FODMAP friendly root veg and butternut squash soup with crispy sage and brown butter walnuts is worth the time it takes to say every word!
Autumn is officially here! And I’m celebrating by cooking as many pumpkin-based recipes as I can, including this gluten free pumpkin layer…
Roasted grapes, thyme and goats cheese on toast. Sweet and savoury, this is one of my favourite FODMAP friendly lunch or canapé…
It feels like summer again and I couldn’t be happier. So with just two days before the official start of autumn, I’ll be stuffing my face with every last gloriously ripe melon and tomato I can get my hands on and I’d love it if you joined me.
For those of you also not quite ready for summer to be over: I present my lazy late-summer roasted veg pasta. Blissfully simple, it’s the best kind of comfort food and sure to cure any blues by reassuring that some of the best bits of summer are still around.
I’m on a run with sweet recipes at the moment – but go on, have one more, it’s the last few days of August after all. These Summer fruit white chocolate cheesecake pots (now that’s a mouthful) are perfect for when only the simplest of recipes will do.
Fluffy, tangy and not-too-sweet, this is the gluten free and low FODMAP raspberry muffin recipe I’ve been waiting to share! A spectacularly good gluten free muffin recipe has been evading me for a while so although I know I’ve only just posted a recipe for Blueberry muffin cake… this post was too good not to follow suit.
A deliciously easy summer bake, get your hands on plump, juicy blueberries, or any seasonal fruit for that matter, and you’re in for a real treat.
It’s officially the hottest week of the year people! And all I want in this hot weather is minimal fuss food. Easy, delicious, throw together dishes that I can put in a lunch box and take outside – or if it’s too hot, eat in my new (!) living room on a camping chair, because that’s currently the only furniture we have.