A deliciously creamy bowl of chocolate overnight oats, brightened up with tangy orange zest and rich dark chocolate. These chocolate orange overnight oats are the closest you’ll get to eating a classic Terry’s Chocolate Orange for breakfast while still being healthy!
Tender and sweet winter root vegetables coated with the most amazing (and simple!) honey glaze, all roasted in the oven until the outsides just start to turn brown and caramelise. These honey roasted carrots and parsnips are so good you’ll hardly have room for anything else on your plate this Thanksgiving or Christmas!
Sauces, dips and spreads are one of the simplest things to mess up when you’re on a low FODMAP diet. It’s easy to prepare a delicious low FODMAP breakfast and totally ruin it by covering it in non IBS-friendly sauces. Believe me, I know how heartbreaking it is to have to throw an entire meal away (or try and salvage it by rinsing it under the tap!) when you’re hungry. So to save you from the pain of following in my footsteps, here’s a list of low FODMAP sauces, dips and spreads that are safe to eat on a low FODMAP diet.
Looking for an awesome breakfast recipe that will make your friends and family think you’re an expert chef without all the time, effort and skill it actually takes to become an expert chef? Then today’s post is for you! A light a fluffy quiche-like centre, crispy hash brown base and melted cheddar cheese topping. These healthy breakfast egg cups are going to become your new go-to brunch recipe!
You’ve got plenty of low FODMAP overnight oats in your fridge for breakfast, a week’s worth of low FODMAP lunches prepped ready to take to work and loads of low FODMAP dinners your family will love. You’re on top of it! Then you remember you forgot low FODMAP snacks! Snacking is important to keep your metabolism going and give your brain a boost. So to keep you and your tummy happy, here’s a list of low FODMAP snacks, nuts and drinks.