Another American pie recipe! I probably wanted to try this recipe even more than the pumpkin pie recipe. I love pecans and I already made pecan bars last year, and they were very good, but this year it was time for a low FODMAP pecan pie! And I can tell you, it is worth making!
I have been looking for the perfect crunchy roasted potatoes for a while now. I love oven-baked potatoes, but they never turn out exactly how I want. They have been baked too short and are still hard on the inside or they have baked slightly too long and the edges are burned. That’s why I decided it was time to create the perfect crunchy roasted potatoes that will never go wrong and I managed! Soft on the inside, crunchy on the outside and well spiced. Yum yum!
This year, I celebrate Thanksgiving! Or at least: I had a Thanksgiving dinner. I have a group of friends who I see once in a while and then we always cook together. We pick a country and cook recipes from that country. We are all crazy about food, so the result of those evenings always is that we make way too much, we eat and talk a lot and that we are so full that we can roll home (as we say in Dutch). I love it! This month we had a dinner with the theme Thanksgiving. We had our dinner a few weeks before Thanksgiving because that was more convenient, but that didn’t make it less fun. I am always very happy when I have such as dinner because it is a perfect excuse to make some recipes for Karlijn’s Kitchen and to share it with other people. This year I really wanted to make a low FODMAP pumpkin pie and a low FODMAP pecan pie and I find it a shame if I cannot share it with other people.
A few weeks ago I was sick and then I cooked this soup for dinner. I was eating vegan for a few days and I really wanted a soup with only healthy ingredients. And that is this carrot soup with ginger and coconut milk for sure. The soup only has a few ingredients: carrot, ginger, coconut milk and stock. Low budget, super simple to make, but very tasty!
Three weeks ago I shared Linda’s low FODMAP food diary. I was very impressed by the delicious things that she ate and I was curious about her recipe for crispy chicken with a cornflakes crust. I asked Linda if she wanted to share this recipe with us because it looked so good and because I can imagine that more people would love this recipe. Luckily she wanted to do that, so today Linda shares her recipe with us. Thank you for sharing Linda!
Polenta polenta! If you have been following my blog for a while, you might now that I am crazy about polenta. Polenta is a dish that most people won’t eat for dinner so often (at least in the in the Netherlands), but I hope to change that with my recipes. Polenta is so versatile! You can make breakfast porridge with it, you can make delicious dinner recipes with it, such as this polenta with spinach and blue cheese or polenta pizza and you can even make fries from it. This time, I made a low FODMAP mushroom polenta with goat cheese. Super yummy ánd vegetarian! Read more
Fudge is one of my favourite things in the world. In the Netherlands, we have a brand called Johnny Doodle and they have the most delicious salted caramel fudge. I could eat the entire bag at once, it is so good! I used to eat this fudge now and then with a lactase pill, but I feel like my body does better without cow milk products. So I am trying to experiment more with dairy-free products and I only use lactase pills when I really have to. Recently I learned about the existence of condensed coconut milk. A perfect replacement for condensed coconut milk from cow milk. With this condensed coconut milk, I made my very first low FODMAP chocolate fudge. Gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan. And mannn it is so good!
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.