Today I have a delicious and healthy lunch recipe for you. An egg wrap! I have made an egg wrap before using eggs and ground oats, but I only shared this recipe in my free lunch e-book (you get the e-book for free when you subscribe to my newsletter!) and I never shared a recipe for an egg wrap on my blog before. Time to change that because it is a super handy and protein-rich lunch! Read more
I have always been crazy about our Dutch “ontbijtkoek”. It is a breakfast cake with spices that are very similar to pumpkin spice. We prefer to eat it with a thick layer of butter on it next to a cup of coffee. The original version has a lot of sugar, but I created a low FODMAP pumpkin spiced breakfast cake with less sugar.
Today, you can read Linda’s food diary on the blog. And her food diary is really worth reading because she made and ate a lot of delicious things. Enough low FODMAP inspiration :)
I love noodles and curries and in the autumn and winter months, I also love eating a warm soup now and then. In this recipe, I combine all of these together. A soup with pumpkin, a delicious spices mix and noodles. This combination makes a creamy noodle soup with a lot of spices. One bowl of soup is filling enough for a light dinner!
I wanted to make a light, but protein-rich dinner and that is when I created this oven-baked brie frittata! A super simple recipe with only 5 ingredients. With a salad or slice of low FODMAP bread on the side, this is a perfect light dinner. But you can also take a few slices of the brie frittata for lunch or as a side dish. Put the frittata into a box and you can also take it with you on the go.
It is Sunday again and that means: time for another weekly meal plan! Autumn has officially started and that means I can go crazy with pumpkin recipes again. I am definitely going to experiment with new pumpkin recipes in the next weeks, but I also have several very good pumpkin recipes on my blog already. So this meal plan contains some of these recipes! Are you just as crazy about pumpkin as I am or don’t you like it so much? Next to pumpkin recipes, this autumn will be all about curries and casseroles. Mmm, I really love this season! Read more
I saw the idea for these overnight breakfast cookies on Chocolate Coved Katie’s blog and I liked the idea so much, that I wanted to make my own version. I made a chai overnight breakfast cookie. It is like overnight oats, but then in the shape of a cookie. Super tasty and handy because it just takes a minute to prepare and the next morning you can just take it from the fridge and your breakfast is ready! Read more
I wanted to make a casserole that was healthy, but also tasty and cheesy. A casserole with Mexican flavours. And I managed with this Mexican quinoa casserole! A casserole with a layer of melted cheese, but also loaded with healthy ingrediënts. If you don’t have a lot of time on the evening that you want to make this recipe, you can also prepare the enchilada sauce the evening before. That saves you some time :) Read more
Also today a food diary from a reader! This time Petra shares her “What I eat in a day” for two days. Read more