Creamy pasta is a much loved family favourite. It is often put into that "too hard" or "cannot possibly be" category on the low fodmap diet. However, I'm pleased to say that this version is suitable for people with IBS!
A traditional gnocchi with a burnt butter and cheese sauce
Chickpea and Vegetable Soup
Soup is one of my favourite foods to eat when the weather cools down and I want something that will warm me up from the inside super quickly. This is a quick and easy vegetable soup that you can whip up in a short amount of time. It’s an easy one to make in bulk and store in the freezer for those busy days when there's no time to cook!
Tacos - Vego Style
Tacos are a family favourite, good for kids and great for adults - I love them because of all of the textures and flavours you can get in one mouthful
Salt and Pepper Tofu
Tofu is a complete protein, containing all amino acids. For this reason it's often used as a protein substitute. Its a good source of iron, calcium, zinc, fibre, magnesium. It's great in stir fries!
Fried rice, perfect by itself or an accompaniment to other sides.
When you finally find a nice gnocchi and accompany it with the perfect sauce!
Roast Vegetable Pizza
Pizza is delicious and roast vegetables are amazing - so how could roast vegetable pizza not be incredible?
Low FODMAP pizza bases can be hard to find in the shops - some use besan flour added and others have vegetable fibres (inulin) added to them.
Mini Tofu Burgers with Potato Chips
For those days when you want a homemade burger and chips but don't want to go out and buy it!
For those days when you want something hearty and filling and only a soup will do.
Roast Vegetable and Quinoa Salad
Deliciousness in a bowl - for those warm summer days and nights!