Archive of ‘Recipes’ category

Choc chip almond butter cookies

I know I have a lot of cookie recipes on my blog, and most are choc chip…but I like cookies, alright?! I enjoy trying new combinations and seeing what works (sometimes I regret this when I am craving cookies and create a new recipe only to be left with something inedible!). This recipe came about […] Read more…

Savoury buckwheat bread

Hello! Gluten free and plant based bread is very hard to find in the shops. And if you do find one, they are usually lethal weapons! I created this recipe to make a buckwheat bread that is low FODMAP, as well as gluten, egg, and dairy free. I hope that you enjoy it! Buckwheat bread Ingredients: […] Read more…

Banana buckwheat bread

I love banana bread, but not only is it often not gluten, dairy or egg free, it is generally deceptively unhealthy! I have been looking for a version that is the opposite, as well as grain free, and tasty! So I created this recipe. I find it is best toasted under the grill, with dairy-free butter, jam, or […] Read more…

Breakfast muffins

I am always trying to create yummy and healthy breakfasts or snacks, particularly in the form that can be reached for with no effort, and can keep well in the freezer for emergencies. These fit the bill! They are even yummy enough to pass as a dessert! Ingredients (makes 12 muffins): 3 chia eggs (3 […] Read more…

Date-free bliss balls

Bliss balls are the perfect bite-sized snack that can be a powerhouse of nutrition and is a great back up to have around for when hunger strikes! So many recipes out there contain dates, which people with fructose malabsorption avoid. I was determined to make a recipe without dates, and it was a surprising success!! […] Read more…

Fruit tart

Fruit flan tart was my favourite sweet growing up (that and danishes!), so I had to come up with a way to recreate this treat as close as possible with my food restrictions. This is what I have developed, and it is pretty yummy! Not exactly something you’d buy from a French Patisserie, but close […] Read more…

Christmas themed foods

Candy cane breakfast treat A fun and simple festive breakfast or snack idea that is great for kids and adults in the Christmas season is this banana and strawberry treat!  It is so easy that all you need is bananas and strawberries.Slice these up into fairly equal sizes. Shape these slices into the shape of […] Read more…

Brownies

These brownies are incredibly fluffy, and melt in the mouth with creaminess and deliciousness! And of course, they are gluten, grain, egg, dairy and nut free. low in FODMAPs, actually contain fruit and veggies, and are really good for you! Amazing! Don’t be put off by the veggie content – I promise that you can […] Read more…

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