💚 My vegan low fodmap laksa recipe is now up on my YouTube channel!! The link is in my bio 😁 (This video took a while for me to create due to some technical difficulties, as my camera battery died and I lost my charger, then my software I used to film it kept on freezing on me 😫 So I had to refilm it all on iPhone and learn a whole new editing software. However, I feel like it turned out better than I expected ☺️☺️ I hope you all enjoy it)
Oh my, fancy-homemade-breakfasts! Homegrown lemon juice in the Hollandaise Sauce. Turns out Hollandaise Sauce is a little tricky, but is totally do-able. You don't have to pay $20 for Eggs Benedict or Smushed Avo on Toast at a cafe (though that's nice sometimes too). And you get to eat it in your PJs!
Good morning beauties 🌟🌟 I hope you all take some time for yourselves this weekend - it's all about self love! Here I have my morning ritual and self love right here in a cup- Bulletproof coffee. You might have heard a lot about it or nothing at all. But it's amazing. It gives me the fuel I need for boosting my brain and body throughout the day. It has really allowed me to listen to my body to see when I am actually hungry and when I am just craving food. ✌️
Happy Saturday everyone! I love having a little more time in the morning at weekends as it means I can make up some particularly yummy breakfasts. Gluten free banana and blueberry pancakes on the menu for me this morning mmm 👌how are you all starting your day? #vibrantnutrition
Spots are filling on this Pub Tour!! Get your ticket asap so you don't miss out (suitable for Coeliacs as well) @sydneypubtours sponsored by @lewisandson and @wilde_beer on the 8th of July! At each historic Sydney pub, you will learn the history of the establishment and the area, and, you will be served a delicious culinary course and beer pairing that is FODMAP Friendly, as @chloe_mcleod_dietitian of @thefodmapchallenge shares more about how to make a FODMAP diet work for you and your family. Topics will include an overview of FODMAPs, eating out, reading labels, and making meals your family and friends will enjoy eating together.
This tour is designed to bring people together and show them that great food can also meet the dietary needs of those on a restrictive diet! Tickets on eventbrite.com limited places. See you there! 🍻 #wildebeer#livefree
Weekend vibes ✨✌🏽 This is so hard to do sometimes, especially when life gets busy and your schedule is extra full. So, this is a reminder for the weekend. Whatever you're doing, give it everything you've got, enjoy the company you're in, enjoy the moment 💭
Happy midsummer to all swedes and happy st jean baptist pour les québécois (one day early for you guys...)! We celebrated with salad, quinoa, fried halloumi, smoked salmon and savoury muffins with feta cheese and tomatoes 😋Rotkäppchen sekt and for dessert, raspberry and marzipan muffins. Find the basic recipes for both savoury and sweet gluten free muffins on the blog, link in bio.
HELLO WEEKEND 💚
Raw Harvest Cafe is open 7:30-2 today & 9-2 Sunday serving up the most delicious Breaky & Lunch winter warmers with something to suit everyone, with an alternative to suit intolerances available.
For bookings please call 45042108! See you soon ☕️
Simple digestible meals for my freshly cleansed gut. I ate a small salad for lunch yesterday (well actually it was a huge salad, but I could only finish a quarter of it) & all the raw roughage was way to much for my digestive system to handle for its second meal! Anyway, live & learn! Taking it more gently on myself this time with spaghetti squash & a little sautéed eggplant & cherry tomatoes & about 1.5 oz chicken because I felt my body yelling for protein!! After I took the first pic I googled if nutritional yeast was low fodmap & hooray it is!!! Needed that little cheesy flavor in my life :) Oh, & green onion for garnish & yumness!
New recipe: Coconut 'Viennetta' style ice cream 🌴(vegan, gluten free, refined sugar free, low fodmap)
If you grew up in the U.K in the 80's or 90's, a Viennetta would occasionally be served as real treat for dessert after a Sunday roast.
If you've ever eaten one since, they are properly disappointing aren't they? Soz Walls 😂 So to reignite some 90's kid nostalgia, I've reimagined this family favourite, made it allergy friendly and most importantly, it's made with natural ingredients, it tastes delicious and super summery thanks to the coconutty twist on the original vanilla.
2 cans of coconut milk (refrigerated overnight, use the set part only)
1 cup coconut yoghurt (or yoghurt or your choice)
1 tsp vanilla bean paste or extract
4 tbsp liquid sweetener (I use 2 tbsp rice syrup and 2 tbsp maple syrup)
120g dairy free dark chocolate (I use @doisyanddam Coconut and Lucuma chocolate)
1 tbsp coconut oil
1/2 cup desiccated coconut or coconut flakes/chips
Gently melt the chocolate with the coconut oil, stir to combine then leave to one side. Next add the coconut milk, yoghurt, vanilla and sweetener to the bowl of a stand mixer (or a large mixing bowl and use a handheld electric whisk) and whisk at a medium speed until it becomes deliciously thick and creamy. Line a loaf tin with greaseproof paper. Spoon about 1/3 of the creamy coconut mixture into the loaf tin and spread to cover the base. Drizzle 1/4 of the chocolate and sprinkle with 1/4 of the desiccated coconut or flakes. Repeat so you have a few lovely layers then top with the rest of chocolate and desiccated coconut.
Cover with cling film then pop into the freezer for at least 4 hours to set.
When you're ready to serve, remove from the freezer and leave to sit at room temperature for about 10 minutes.
Remove from the tin, slice and serve. 💌
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Pink porridge 😍 @rudehealth sprouted oats with @nutriseeduk beetroot powder and @coyo_uk salted caramel yogurt... and peanut butter 😏 does breakfast ever get better than this?!!
Been starting my day off with low fodmap smoothies!! I find it's an awesome way to fill myself up without overwhelming my system in the morning. Peaches, a few black raspberries, some coconut yogurt, 1 tsp chia seeds (obviously omit this if you have a fistula, etc) and some ice make for a refreshing, light, and delicious breakfast!!! #icn#pac#diet#lowfodmap#smoothie#crohns#colitis#ibd#patientadvocacy#yummy
FOOD HEAVEN 😍 Tonight I made this amazing butternut squash, prosciutto and lentil salad. Just combine...
• 1/4 can of drained TINNED green lentils (super important, as when canned the oligos in the lentils leach out into the water and are therefore removed when they are drained and rinsed - according to Monash).
• roasted butternut squash.
• roasted cherry tomatoes.
• toasted pumpkin seeds.
• a sprinkling of Parmesan..
To make the dressing, I just mixed together olive oil, balsamic vinegar, a tsp of whole grain mustard and some seasoning. .
I have spent the last couple of days chilling out in a beautiful renovated horse box in the middle of a beautiful meadow having a beautiful time with my love 🌳👫 eating while camping is HARD, but with the support of my other half we made it work, I took lots of peanut butter and rice cakes and bananas for calories and energy and treated myself by toasting a few marshmallows and indulging in a g&t over the fire pit 🍸🍡🔥 after a terrible couple of tummy days and many trips to the doctor booked for more tests, a relaxing couple of days away was just what I needed to feel normal again 🌞 now back at home I want to make a pledge to myself, I want to exercise to be strong so I can fight my own body when it turns on itself, I want to be peaceful so I can calm my mind when it turns on itself, I want to have courage and strength when things are hard to not let this crappy life take over, because there is a whole other part to my life that is wonderful and exciting and I'm going to be there to see it, no matter what ✌🏼•
How to make a paleo+low FODMAPS frittata!
Preheat oven to 350
#1 ) Olive or coconut oil in a medium frying pan. #2 ) chop then sauté 1/2 a large sweet potato until cooked through
#3 ) Add chopped greens of your choice into pan, give it a stir, put the lid on and then turn the burner off.
#4 ) Whisk 9 medium eggs, add 1tsp salt and 2 tsp black pepper.
#5 ) add eggs to frying pan
#6 ) frying pan goes right into the oven
#7 ) bake for 15 mins or until center is fully cooked
# 8) top with avocado, or an aged, hard cheese (low lactose levels)
It's good cold too! I make one and then eat it all day ☺️ This can be made with many combinations of veggies, get creative!
Breakfast situation on my front stoop 😂 veggies and eggs of course! I tried out making a little nest of carrot noodles for my fried eggs and it actually sorta mostly worked! I used coconut oil and beef marrow fat to cook the carrots and get them nice and crispy on the bottom. A side of sautéed heirloom zucchini and a liberal topping with lots of salt, pepper, and scallion greens completes my meal. Would've been so good with hot sauce too, but I'm at my parents' still so I made do without. Still delicious! #sibosucksbutmyfooddoesnt