This year I went for classic Christmas recipes. Creme brulee, tiramisu, well-known recipes that we all love to serve for the holidays. Making a low FODMAP creme brulee is not difficult at all. You only have to replace the milk and the cream with lactose-free versions and voilá you have low FODMAP creme brulee!
I am probably one of the only people in the world who doesn’t like tiramisu. I never understood why people love it so much. I just don’t like the taste of those soft cookies with cream so much. But I know that many people are crazy about tiramisu and that it is a favourite Christmas dessert. I think I never got so many requests for a dessert as for a low FODMAP tiramisu. So, tiramisu-lovers, this one is for you! Read more
I got to know risotto balls at a food market in my hometown. When I was watching my sister taking a bite of a crunchy ball with risotto and melted cheese on the inside, I knew: I need this too. So at home, I made my own low FODMAP risotto balls!
The holidays are coming, so I thought it was time for a low FODMAP gift guide! 10 different gifts that are perfect for a FODMAP foodie. The presents go from low budget to high budget. So there is something for everyone!
Do you know what my favourite Christmas recipes are? Recipes that sound fancy, but are actually super simple to make. With Christmas, you want to be together with your family and not spend all day in the kitchen, but you still want to put something special on the table. This mozzarella chicken in tomato sauce is a good example of that. It is very easy to make, but it still has something festive ánd it is delicious. You can serve the chicken with different kinds of vegetables and potatoes or with pasta.
About 1.5 years ago, I shared a review with you about my UP2, an activity tracker. I was very happy with my UP in the beginning, but unfortunately, it broke twice and the company behind UP got into financial problems and because of that I never got a new tracker. Because I really loved wearing an activity tracker, I decided to buy a new one and that was the Fitbit Charge 2!
While I am writing this, it is raining outside, it is cold and windy and it got dark at four already. That means that the dark days have begun and in a way, I love that! I am going to put up the Christmas tree this week and make my house cosy with a lot of fairy lights. And then I will snuggle on the couch under a blanket with a warm bowl of food. Ahh. The recipes in this weekly meal plan are a mixture of comfy and healthy, a good balance!
I think that I found the perfect autumn breakfast. A granola with pumpkin, pumpkin spice, pecans ánd maple syrup. Crunchy, nutty, spicy and healthy. It doesn’t get much better than this! Soooo good with some lactose-free yoghurt. And the good thing is: if you take some time on the weekend to make this granola, you can eat it for two weeks. This healthy pumpkin granola is low FODMAP, gluten-free and vegan!
Today’s food diary is Sita’s. Sita is a personal trainer and she sports a lot. I found it super interesting to read a low FODMAP food diary from someone who sports a lot. I think many people can get inspiration from Sita’s meals. I did for sure!