You really cannot count on the Dutch summer weather. Last week, when I made this recipe, it was very warm and this week it has been rainy, cloudy and sticky most of the time. But it is still summer, so I think I should just share summer recipes with you. Rain or no rain. Hopefully, the sun will be back soon! Today I have a delicious recipe for healthy pineapple ice cream for you! It only has three ingredients, not a lot of calories and the ice cream is super creamy and refreshing. A real treat, that also fit into a healthy lifestyle. You could even have it for breakfast!
Some recipes don’t need any explanation. Waffles with Oreos ánd whipped cream! What else do I need to say ;) DIVINE! I think they are perfect for a birthday breakfast, father’s day or mother’s day (I know I am too late, but maybe for next year!) or just to treat yourself. With these low FODMAP Oreo waffles you will make almost everybody happy!
Ice cream is one of my favourite treats in the world. I enjoy eating ice cream SO much. Especially Italian ice cream or soft serve ice cream makes me very happy. I also love making healthier ice creams. In the past years, I used to make banana soft serve a lot, but as bananas have recently been retested to be only limited low FODMAP (especially ripe bananas), I had to think of another way to make healthy ice cream. I like this challenge because it forces me to be creative, so I am definitely going to experiment with different kinds of healthy ice cream this summer. We’ll kick off the summer recipes with low FODMAP strawberry yoghurt popsicles!
The recipes for both the brownies and the caramel sauce that I use in this recipe are not my own recipes, but I liked the combination so much, that I wanted to share them with you anyway. This brownie recipe was brought to my attention by reader Cher. She said they were the best brownies she had ever tried, so of course, I had to try them too. The recipe is by Vegetus (in Dutch) and I made it gluten-free and low FODMAP by replacing the normal flour with gluten-free flour. The recipe for the caramel sauce was low FODMAP already, but I added some coarse sea salt to turn it into salted caramel sauce. The result of this combination was delicious low FODMAP vegan brownies with salted caramel sauce. Next to low FODMAP and vegan this recipe is also gluten-free, dairy-free, wheat-free and nut-free, so suitable for almost everybody!
This part of Christmas dinner will always be my favourite: dessert! Also on my blog, the sweet recipes and desserts are my big favourites and in the statistics of my blog I can see that they are also yours! The cakes and especially the cheesecakes are the most visited recipes on my blog. To give you some inspiration for Christmas dinner, I put my favourite low FODMAP Christmas desserts together for you.
Kaiserschmarrn always reminds me of skiing holidays with my aunt, uncle and sister. My parents don’t like to ski, so therefore we sometimes go together with the four of us. When you sit down in a ski hut after a day of skiing, nothing is better than hot chocolate and kaiserschmarrn. Kaiserschmarrn are fluffy pancakes that have been torn apart into small pieces and they are usually service with apple sauce or warm red fruit sauce and powdered sugar. This year, I am not going skiing, but because of the cold weather I felt like eating kaiserschmarrn and therefore I made myself some gluten-free kaiserschmarrn.
This recipe is for everybody who loves salted caramel as much as I do. I made salted caramel sauce last week! I never made caramel before, so I was a bit afraid that I would let it burn, but making caramel sauce was a lot easier than I thought. The result was absolutely delicious. I could have eaten it with a spoon. It tasted exactly like the salted caramel in the chocolate that I love so much.
It is warm, it is summer, finally! I am so happy that we are still getting a bit of summer. And because it looks like the warm weather will stay for a while, we can do with some refreshing recipes. That is why I put my five favourite refreshing recipes from my blog together for you!
Today is a good day, I am still working today, but tonight I am going on holiday to Italy ánd I have a scrumptious dessert recipe for you (sorry I just LOVE that word)! In the next two weeks, there will be recipes on my blog as you are used to because I worked ahead. So you can get still get to see three new recipes a week when I am away :) The dessert I am so enthusiastic about is a delicious recipe for a lemon mousse with lemon curd. I shared the basic recipe for lemon curd last week and now I made a yummy dessert with it. A light lemon mousse made with lactose-free whip cream and lemon curd and a crumble layer of gluten-free cookies.