With this recipe you’ll be able to make a sponge cake just like it came out of your Nanna’s kitchen. I’ve also included a few tips that should help you achieve the perfect sponge!
I madly miss eating stewed fruit and apple crumble but this recipe is a great FODMAP friendly alternative. I can’t actually remember the last time I ate and apple or a pear, I use to be an apple a day person though. There is nothing better than chomping into a crispy sweet apple but I guess we all have to make sacrifices don’t we?
When life gives you lemons, what do you make? Lemon curd of course! I could have made lemonade (which is probably what you were thinking), instead I made this FODMAP friendly, dairy and refined sugar free version of my favourite lemon curd. It’s so delicious and has so many different uses! Continue Reading…
This recipe is another one that I have adapted from a family favourite and it is the perfect way to use up all of those flakey scraps that end up at the bottom of your weetbix box.
‘Everything in moderation’ is my motto – meaning cake every now and then is more than ok! I also love baking, so being able to eat the finished product is just an added bonus. This recipe is another one modified from a family favourite and taught to me by my Mum when I was younger and a good helper in the kitchen!
Something I really miss eating on a fructose friendly and low FODMAP diet is apple crumble or apple and rhubarb crumble, I’m sure you can all relate! I have been craving it the past few days and all of a sudden I had a brilliant idea. My craving for crumble, plus an excess of pumpkin in the fridge, equals Pumpkin Crumble!!
Over the weekend we had some good friends come to visit and as I usually do, I decided to get cooking! I love the fact that when you are cooking for yourself you know EXACTLY what is going into your meal and don’t end up with any little surprises! One of our visitors was lactose intolerant so coming up with a FODMAP/dairy free dessert was a must. We couldn’t have anyone missing out on dessert, that is the best part of a meal!
Well apparently it ‘National Peanut Butter Day’ in the states today, I’m not sure that such a thing exists in Australia but I don’t need a reason to eat peanut butter! Peanut Butter is one of my favourites and what better way than to have it than sandwiched between two rounds of chocolatey goodness. This ‘chocolate’ is also dairy free and remind me of the good old coconut rough chocolates from the milkbar. Continue Reading…