Low FODMAP Zucchini & Capsicum Slice with Low- Fo Pantry Flour

Posted on September 11, 2020

We love a good slice here at FODMAP Friendly – one where you can chop up the vegetables, mix with the binders and scoop into a baking dish to be in the oven within ten minutes! Our low FODMAP zucchini & capsicum slice is no exception. Savoury slices are a fantastic way to pack in […]

Low FODMAP Vegan Laksa

Posted on September 04, 2020

There is something about laksa that makes it such a special, warming dish. Whether it’s the slurping sound of the noodles or fragrance of the broth, laksa is a delicious meal to add to your winter rotation. Perfect to whip up on a weeknight and heat up for lunch the next day, this meal is […]

Low FODMAP Porridge Three Ways

Posted on August 28, 2020

Winter mornings are made that much warmer with porridge on the table. Porridge is the perfect low FODMAP breakfast option because there aren’t many modifications that you’ll need to make in order for the recipe to be FODMAP Friendly. Are oats gluten free? Naturally, oats don’t contain gluten. However, oats can become contaminated with gluten […]

Keeping Warm this Winter with a Low FODMAP Hot Chocolate

Posted on August 21, 2020

If the southern hemisphere winter has left you craving a warm drink, look no further than this low FODMAP hot chocolate! With only four ingredients, you’ll be feeling cosy in no time. Does warm milk help you get to sleep? One of the most common purported sleep remedies is drinking a glass of warm milk […]

Low FODMAP Berry Burst Crumble

Posted on August 14, 2020

Dessert is often a meal that is overlooked in low FODMAP recipe books. Although desserts are what we like to call ‘sometimes’ foods, they are also a very important aspect of any sustainable diet. We hope that instead of telling you that a low FODMAP diet is a flavourless one, we can show you through […]

Low FODMAP Winter Thai Green Chicken Curry with Casa de Santé Thai Curry Powder

Posted on August 07, 2020

If winter was a meal, it would be curry. Warm, flavoursome and meal-prep friendly, there isn’t much better than sitting down to a veggie-packed curry on a rainy August evening. Thai flavours are well-suited to the needs of a low FODMAP diet. Many commonly used Signature Thai ingredients such as coconut milk, kaffir lime leaves, […]