A prawn and fennel spaghetti, so rich, so tomatoey and so satisfying as soon as you’ve finished you’ll be thinking about when you can make it again!
FODMAP friendly strawberry and vanilla yogurt ice lollies and pineapple and coconut yogurt ice lollies. Creamy, fruity and refreshing, these take just 5 minutes to make and around 4/5 hours freezing time.
This roasted strawberry sour cream cake is rich, sweet, tangy and delicious. The sour cream icing pillow for the strawberries brings me a lot of joy, as do the jammy roasted strawberries that run through the sponge. There are two of us in my flat and it took us just three days to devour the lot.
I’m very excited to share this recipe for the simplest 3-ingredient tomato chutney. Sweet, jammy and low FODMAP(!) it’s pure magic with cheese, meats, in sandwiches, with quiche… you get the gist. Spread liberally and enjoy.
New potatoes are in season right now and not only are they cheap, versatile and low FODMAP, they are delicious. Just as good served with butter and a sprinkle of salt as they are with a more punchy dressing like this lemony mustard one, they give me the spring/summer feels and I hope, in this recipe, bring a bit of joy to you too.
With social distancing still in place, my bake of choice this week was biscotti, of the almond, hazelnut and pistachio chocolate variety. Classic, twice-baked Italian biscuits, they’re crunchy, sweet and perfectly dunkable.
This FODMAP friendly roast carrot salad is my kind of salad and perfect for Easter. Big bits of good stuff, not just soggy leaves. We’re talking sweet roasted carrots, nutty quinoa, aromatic mint, crunchy nuts and creamy lemon yogurt.
Reese’s peanut butter cup brownies, with lots of flaky salt, for Rob’s birthday – presented to you with a big ol’ virtual hug.
This nutty olive oil low FODMAP granola has become my go-to bake on a Sunday morning for the week ahead. Think sweet, but not too sweet, with crunchy clumpy bits that soften oh-so-slightly when swirled into cold milk.
Sweet, fragrant, coffee and cardamom loaf cake that’s gluten free, low FODMAP and the perfect antidote for slower, colder days.
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.