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Low FODMAP Sweet creamy vegetable soup

Low FODMAP sweet creamy vegetable soup

This is a Low FODMAP Sweet creamy vegetable soup that is: full of flavours, thanks to roasting the vegetables first, containing a Low FODMAP amounts of vegetables, including a sweet potato, great to eat for the whole family, including the young ones, quite similar in taste to a pumpkin soup. gluten and lactose free!   …

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Low FODMAP spiced rice pudding

Low FODMAP spiced rice pudding

My whole family loves a shop – bought rice pudding. It can be expensive too. But this homemade Low FODMAP spiced rice pudding tastes much better and you have more impact on how much sugar you put in, the spices etc.   This time I made a Low FODMAP spiced rice pudding, simply, because only …

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Low FODMAP Irish Stew

Low FODMAP Irish Stew

Usual Irish Stew as well as Low FODMAP Irish Stew is a meal that you can make using everyday ingredients. But it is not an everyday meal. In my family, because my partner is Irish, it is always a small celebration. It reminds him of home and I always try and make it the way …

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Low FODMAP Easter Chocolate Cupcakes

Easter Chocolate Cupcake with a chocolate frosting

Those Low FODMAP Easter Chocolate Cupcakes are really a treat! With a chocolate frosting and a milk chocolate egg on top (optional), it is a great chocolate dessert, that you can make for your family and guests at home.   With a simple frosting set of nozzle(s) and a piping bag, that you can buy …

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Low FODMAP Bubble and Squeak with Poached Egg

Low FODMAP Bubble and Squeak with Poached Egg

My partner is Irish and one day in the past, he served me this great Irish delicacy. It is so simple since the crucial ingredients are just potatoes and cabbage. Some people add other, leftover vegetables, but I like to keep it that way. Before I would also add fried onion, but now in this …

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Low FODMAP chicken korma curry

Low FODMAP chicken korma curry

This Low FODMAP chicken korma curry is amazingly flavoursome! It can be very mild in flavour, but with a little adjustment of the chili powder, you can also make a spicy chicken korma curry. Just remember that for some people, spice from the chilies can be a trigger, too. It is a double recipe, with …

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Low FODMAP leek and potato soup

leek and potato soup with croutons

This Low FODMAP leek and potato soup is adapted version of a soup that I started making in London. I think that I saw it on some tv cooking show and then decided to make it. It is very easy to put together. There are 2 main ingredients, with addition of gluten free bread croutons, …

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Low FODMAP gluten free vanilla cheesecake

cheesecake slice

 This Low FODMAP gluten free vanilla cheesecake tastes great, even though it is a bit different, without a crunchy base, which is compensated with a white chocolate ganache. I always loved cheesecake and despite the fact that myself, being on a modified Low FODMAP diet, can have lactose products, I decided to make this gluten …

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Low FODMAP gingerbread biscuits

Icing on a gingerbread man

Making a gingerbread biscuits has always been a tradition in my house. My Mum has never has time or patience to make them with us, but when I was big enough to make it myself, I started baking it independently.  When I prepare the dough, I  always put Christmas music on, to feel even more the …