Festive Nut Roast (low-FODMAP)

This tasty nut roast makes a hearty vegetarian low-FODMAP Christmas dinner. Serves 8 200g finely chopped mixed nuts (brazil, walnut and pine nuts in equal measures) 1 celery stick (allowance is 19g per person) 2 carrots peeled and grated 2 parsnips peeled and grated 1 red or yellow pepper finely chopped 70g gluten free breadcrumbs [...]

By | December 12th, 2016|Christmas, Low-FODMAP / Gluten Free, Main, Recipes, Vegetarian|1 Comment

Carrot Dip

This carrot dip makes a great low-fat, low-FODMAP alternative to hummus. Preparation time: 5 minutes Cooking time: 30 minutes Serves 6 Ingredients 300g carrots peeled and cut in to 4cm slices 2 tbsp olive oil 3 cm peeled and grated ginger 2 tsp ground cumin 1 tsp paprika 3 tbsp toasted pine nuts 2 tbsp [...]

By | December 12th, 2016|Low-FODMAP / Gluten Free, Recipes, Snacks|0 Comments

Courgette and Mint Soup with Croutons (low-FODMAP)

A hearty and warming soup that everyone can enjoy. Serves 4 400g courgettes roughly chopped 1 carrot peeled and chopped in to small cubes 1 medium potato peeled and chopped in to small cubes 700ml of water 2 tbsp chopped mint 2 tbsp crème fraîche (optional) e.g. Arla lactose-free 2 tbsp parmesan cheese grated 2 [...]

Dill Blinis with Smoked Salmon (low-FODMAP)

Stuck for gluten free or low-FODMAP starters. This blini recipe will help you out. Makes about 10 3 tbsp finely chopped dill 2 eggs ¾ tsp baking powder 1 tbsp olive oil or coconut oil 1 lemon 120g coconut or buckwheat flour you can also use gluten-free flour 50ml of rice or lactose-free milk 100g [...]

By | December 12th, 2016|Baking, Christmas, Low-FODMAP / Gluten Free, Recipes, Snacks|0 Comments

Clementine & Walnut Cake (low-FODMAP)

OK, this one is a little bit indulgent, but the eggs and walnuts help blunt the blood sugar rise from the flour and sugar and we all have to have a treat once in a while! Serves 10-12 5 clementine’s with skin on 4 eggs 200g walnuts 100g rice, coconut or  gluten free wheat flour [...]

Low-FODMAP Christmas Dinner

Following a low-FODMAP diet during the Christmas season can be challenging. Here are some recipes, tips and ideas to help you have a stress free low-FODMAP Christmas. Roast Turkey Dinner Gravy – to make a gravy start by making the stock.  Many stock cubes are not FODMAP friendly however it is easy to make your [...]

By | December 10th, 2016|Christmas, Low-FODMAP / Gluten Free, Main, Recipes|0 Comments

Chicken Curry (low-FODMAP)

Low-FODMAP diets can be a bit bland so this is a great dish for a blast of flavour. The turmeric and ginger both have natural anti-inflammatory effects and are both good for the digestion. If you are able to tolerate it you can add a little chilli powder to give it a bit more of [...]

By | November 7th, 2016|Low-FODMAP / Gluten Free, Main, Recipes|4 Comments

Beef with Polenta and Tomato Sauce (low-FODMAP)

This is the perfect main course if you are entertaining if either you (or a guest) are following a low-FODMAP or gluten free diet, - just multiply the ingredients to suit your number of guests. Preparation time 10 minutes Cooking time 20 minutes Serves 2 200g beef sirloin steak 50g polenta 2 tbsp chopped parsley [...]

By | October 20th, 2016|Low-FODMAP / Gluten Free, Main, Recipes|0 Comments

Green Omelette (low-FODMAP)

Omelettes are a great way to use up left over vegetables from a previous meal and make a fantastic, fast and filling weekend brunch. If you are cooking for less than four then this omelette will keep well in a sealed box in the fridge for 2-3 days and makes a filling and portable breakfast. [...]

By | October 12th, 2016|Low-FODMAP / Gluten Free, Main, Recipes, Vegetarian|0 Comments

Chunky Fish Soup

This fabulously tasty dish is halfway between a soup and a stew, so makes for a substantial lunch or light supper. If you want to bulk it out add a large diced potato when you add the parsnips and carrots. Preparation time 10 minutes Cooking time 30 minutes Serves 2 200g cod fillet 100g king [...]

By | September 9th, 2016|Low-FODMAP / Gluten Free, Recipes, Snacks, Soups|0 Comments