Recipes

Gluten free Lancashire cheese and thyme scones.

7th July 2021 / Julie Thompson

Coeliac Disease, Digestive Disorders, Food Intolerance, Gluten-free diet, Recipe, Recipes, Special Diets, Uncategorized, food, free from, free from recipes, scone
These are tasty little treats but not for every day as they are quite high in fat. Lancashire cheese is sharp and goes very well with these scones along with the almond yogurt of course! I chose crumbly Lancashire instead of creamy Lancashire so it can be very easily crumbled before adding it to the

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Try new flavourings and reduce your salt intake: Marjoram

14th May 2021 / Stephanie Fade

Recipes, Uncategorized, eat less salt, healthy eating, herbs, lower your blood pressure, reduce your risk of stroke
Marjoram a slightly sweet, aromatic herb and great way to flavour food without salt Eating less salt will help keep your blood pressure down and reduce your risk of stroke. There are lots of great ways to flavour food without the need for salt. In this series of posts I will be sharing ideas and

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Ramen Eggs – low fodmap

11th April 2021 / Julie Thompson

#ramen eggs, Christmas party food, Coeliac Disease, Food Intolerance, IBS, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, LOW FODMAP, Recipes, Sesame, Uncategorized, eggs, low fodmap diet, party food
These mini ramen eggs are great for a party as a snack food, they have a strong umami flavour and taste great! The eggs were free range, which is obviously really important to ensure the quail that laid them are able to forage and live as far as possible as they would in the wild.

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Ratatouille – lowfodmap.

7th April 2021 / Julie Thompson

Food Intolerance, IBS, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, LOW FODMAP, Mediterranean diet, Nutrition, Recipe, Recipes, aubergine, courgette, food, health, low fodmap diet, peppers
Ratatouille is a really healthy dish and the best way to make it is to roast each of the vegetables separately. This might appear to be a bit of a faff, but it does ensure that you can taste all the individual flavours in the dish. It is a dish for those days where you

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Lemon Curd – Low FODMAP.

1st April 2021 / Julie Thompson

Easter recipes, Food Intolerance, Fruit, Fruit preserves, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, LOW FODMAP, Lemon, Preserved lemon, Recipes, food, gluten free foods, lemon curd, low fodmap diet, preserves, tasty food, traditional food
I love the sharpness and sweetness of lemon curd and the vibrant yellow colour is just perfect for Easter. It is also a great gift to give to those relatives you haven’t seen for some time! It does contain fats and sugar but you will generally only be using a small amount on toast or

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Colcannon (low fodmap)

20th March 2021 / Julie Thompson

#cabbage, #foodintolerance, #irritablebowelsyndrome, Digestive Health, FODMAP, Food Intolerance, IBS, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Potato, Recipes, Uncategorized, colcannon, food, lowfodmap
I haven’t written anything for some time – do forgive me for that, I think I perhaps needed a break but now I am happy to continue with this blog with new vigor. This heartening meal is a traditional Irish dish that is made from simple ingredients and is cheap and filling. Potatoes are an

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Madeira cake low fodmap gluten free

29th August 2020 / Julie Thompson

Coeliac Disease, Food Intolerance, Gluten-free diet, IBS, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, LOW FODMAP, Lemon, Recipe, Recipes, Uncategorized, WordPress, cake, food, free from recipes, gluten, low fodmap diet
I haven’t posted anything to my blog for a long time but this recipe is perfect for a bank holiday weekend. This is a lovely cake for a treat. Its texture improves after a couple of days in a cake tin and is just about right. It is also a great base for a trifle

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Oatmeal and ginger crusted salmon -low fodmap

27th June 2020 / Julie Thompson

Digestive Disorders, Digestive Health, IBS, LOW FODMAP, Recipes, Uncategorized, food, fresh food, low fodmap diet, salmon, summer
I have not posted anything on my blog for some time but hopefully I will be on here more often from now. This may surprise you considering we have all been locked in for 3 months but I have been working from home and with a new job my focus has been on that really.

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Top tips for the right energy bar for you

2nd April 2020 / Laura Clark

Food and nutrients, Recipes
With all this home living, we may be spending more time in the kitchen and perhaps feeling inspired to bake whether that be for child entertainment or taste bud titillation. For some of us we may break up the snacking frenzy with a bit of work, or to craft an elephant out of a milk

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Fibre filled Banana and choc chip muffins

27th March 2020 / Laura Clark

Feeding the family, Recipes
We enjoyed making these today – I like this recipe because it’s super simple and uses cup measures which avoids having to weigh things, which involves me being more hands on and I couldn’t be today because I’m not an octopus. They’re also packed full of fibre – don’t make me work out how much,

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