Cereal Milk Chia Pudding

Why have boring old chia pudding when you can have CEREAL MILK chia pudding?! A throwback to my childhood, this chia pudding is the right amount of sweet thanks to toasted cereal that is soaked in the milk beforehand. For the cereal, I used Nature’s Path Organic Whole...

One-Pot Pork Enchilada Rice (Low FODMAP)

For me, if I’m going to cook it has to be an all-in-one dish and take less than 30 minutes because:   1) I’m only ever cooking for one and can’t be bothered to make something elaborate 2) I’m too lazy to cook multiple dishes for one meal 3) I don’t have a lot of free...

Low FODMAP Turkey Pumpkin Soup

Adapted from Victory Fit Club Created by jlmosiuk on October 20, 2017 Ingredients 1 tbsp. avocado oil 1/2 tsp. black pepper 1/2 tsp. sea salt 4 c broth (chicken, turkey or veg) 1 c green beans or kale, chopped into 1 inch pieces 1 14 oz can pumpkin 1 (14oz) can diced...

Low FODMAP Thai Peanut Dressing

I LOVE anything with peanut butter and as far as savoury goes, this is the most addictive dressing you will ever make. I literally can’t stop eating it with a spoon when I make it. The original recipe comes from Once Upon a Chef and I’ve adapted it to suit a Low...

Low FODMAP No Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Protein Bars

As someone who has temperamental blood sugar and is always on the go, I need a snack that is easily transported, easy to digest and that has a solid amount of macronutrients (protein, carbs and fat) to tide me over until my next meal. A good protein bar checks all...

Low FODMAP Kabocha Squash Soup

The second there is even a slight hint of Fall in the air, I throw my salads to the side and start roasting, slow cooking and making soups. Fall is my absolute favourite, and if I’m honest, it’s mostly because I can justify eating winter squash again (well, that and...

Lazy Girl Smoothie Bowl (Strawberry, Banana, Coconut)

A fast and simple smoothie bowl recipe for people like me who can’t be bothered to make a fancy one. Note: New FODMAP information was released by Monash University on bananas. Ripe bananas tested as high in Oligos-fructans. A safe amount for a Low FODMAP diet is 33...

Lemon Dill Dressing With Capers

Ingredients 1/2 c extra virgin olive oil 2 tbsp. lemon juice 6 tbsp. capers 6 tbsp. fresh dill 1 tbsp. Dijon mustard pepper to taste Instructions Process in food processor until creamy. Join my mailing list. Get Started! Add your name and email to begin getting...

Refined Sugar-free Mint Lemonade

This is not your average lemonade. Instead of the usual white sugar-laden overly sweet beverage, this recipe uses coconut sugar to make a simple syrup that is infused with mint leaves and lemon peel. The result is a thick syrup with a deep flavour and colour…almost...

Low FODMAP Basil Coconut Curry Sauce

Ingredients 2 c coconut milk 2 inch piece of ginger, rough chopped 2 tbsp. tomato paste 3 tbsp. fish sauce Hefty pinch of red pepper flakes 1/4 tsp. nutmeg 2 tsp. turmeric 2 tsp. coriander 3 tsp. cumin 1/2 c or more of basil Instructions Blend in food processor....

Cereal Milk Chia Pudding

Why have boring old chia pudding when you can have CEREAL MILK chia pudding?! A throwback to my childhood, this chia pudding is the right amount of sweet thanks to toasted cereal that is soaked in the milk beforehand. For the cereal, I used Nature’s Path Organic Whole...

One-Pot Pork Enchilada Rice (Low FODMAP)

For me, if I’m going to cook it has to be an all-in-one dish and take less than 30 minutes because:   1) I’m only ever cooking for one and can’t be bothered to make something elaborate 2) I’m too lazy to cook multiple dishes for one meal 3) I don’t have a lot of free...

Low FODMAP Turkey Pumpkin Soup

Adapted from Victory Fit Club Created by jlmosiuk on October 20, 2017 Ingredients 1 tbsp. avocado oil 1/2 tsp. black pepper 1/2 tsp. sea salt 4 c broth (chicken, turkey or veg) 1 c green beans or kale, chopped into 1 inch pieces 1 14 oz can pumpkin 1 (14oz) can diced...

Low FODMAP Thai Peanut Dressing

I LOVE anything with peanut butter and as far as savoury goes, this is the most addictive dressing you will ever make. I literally can’t stop eating it with a spoon when I make it. The original recipe comes from Once Upon a Chef and I’ve adapted it to suit a Low...

Low FODMAP No Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Protein Bars

As someone who has temperamental blood sugar and is always on the go, I need a snack that is easily transported, easy to digest and that has a solid amount of macronutrients (protein, carbs and fat) to tide me over until my next meal. A good protein bar checks all...

Low FODMAP Kabocha Squash Soup

The second there is even a slight hint of Fall in the air, I throw my salads to the side and start roasting, slow cooking and making soups. Fall is my absolute favourite, and if I’m honest, it’s mostly because I can justify eating winter squash again (well, that and...

Lazy Girl Smoothie Bowl (Strawberry, Banana, Coconut)

A fast and simple smoothie bowl recipe for people like me who can’t be bothered to make a fancy one. Note: New FODMAP information was released by Monash University on bananas. Ripe bananas tested as high in Oligos-fructans. A safe amount for a Low FODMAP diet is 33...

Lemon Dill Dressing With Capers

Ingredients 1/2 c extra virgin olive oil 2 tbsp. lemon juice 6 tbsp. capers 6 tbsp. fresh dill 1 tbsp. Dijon mustard pepper to taste Instructions Process in food processor until creamy. Join my mailing list. Get Started! Add your name and email to begin getting...

Refined Sugar-free Mint Lemonade

This is not your average lemonade. Instead of the usual white sugar-laden overly sweet beverage, this recipe uses coconut sugar to make a simple syrup that is infused with mint leaves and lemon peel. The result is a thick syrup with a deep flavour and colour…almost...

Low FODMAP Basil Coconut Curry Sauce

Ingredients 2 c coconut milk 2 inch piece of ginger, rough chopped 2 tbsp. tomato paste 3 tbsp. fish sauce Hefty pinch of red pepper flakes 1/4 tsp. nutmeg 2 tsp. turmeric 2 tsp. coriander 3 tsp. cumin 1/2 c or more of basil Instructions Blend in food processor....

Sweet and Sour Pineapple Chicken with Spicy Broccoli

The sweet and tangy bite of pineapple chicken or pork that you get from Western Chinese food restaurants is the ultimate comfort food to me. However, like most comfort foods that I love, the vibrant orange sauce and deep fried batter is guaranteed to set my gut into a...

Citrus Thyme Quinoa Bowl

I came up with this quinoa bowl/salad hybrid because although it’s Spring, I can’t quite bring myself to eat a real salad while it’s still wet and miserable. To find a nice balance between raw, crunchy, warm and comforting, I mixed roasted squash and warm quinoa with...

Basil Quinoa Turkey Burgers with Red Pepper Salsa

Ingredients For the Burgers 1 lb turkey thighs, ground 1/4 c quinoa, cooked 1/4 c loosely packed fresh basil leaves, finely chopped 2 tbsp. chives, finely chopped 1 tbsp. Dijon mustard 1 tsp. sea salt 1/4 tsp. freshly ground black pepper For the Red Pepper Salsa 2 red...

Salmon Potato Cakes with Herbed Dijon Sauce

Salmon is one of those health foods that is really worth the hype. Most people know it as a source of Omega 3’s but it’s also an AMAZING source of Vitamin B12 which is a pretty common deficiency in people with IBS. It’s also an excellent source of selenium (ladies...

Ginger Miso Soup with Kabocha Squash

This is the perfect comfort food for a cold day that’s easy on the tummy. For those unfamiliar with miso- it is a traditional Japanese seasoning made from fermenting soybeans with salt and koji. The fermented product is a paste that is used in soups, sauces and...

Homemade Yoghurt

I started making my own yoghurt a couple of years ago for a couple of reasons: One, because store bought dairy-free yoghurt is SO expensive. And two, it often contains ingredients I don’t want to have in my yoghurt, like sweetener and carrageenan. Making your own...

Orange Roasted Acorn Squash with Bacon, Spinach and Pomegranate

This warm and comforting dish is the perfect balance of sweet and salty with an unexpected crunch from the pomegranate. I used acorn squash because I find it to be more gentle on the belly than it’s more starchy counterparts- kabocha and butternut. I also only used...

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