You know you have IBS when…

This one goes out to all my fellow IBSers out there, hopefully some of these can give you a giggle Your handbag resembles a small pharmacy, for all those essentials...just in case! You know where all the toilets are on any journey, every restaurant you go into, or in fact any public place! You want [...]

Peanut butter and chocolate slices

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Slices

I'm not going to lie, everytime I've made these they have lasted less than 24 hours in our household - they are such a hit! Like most recipes on my blog, these are super easy to make. You don't even require a food processor, I simply mix the ingredients together with a wooden spoon and [...]

low FODMAP and gluten free Chocolate orange bliss balls

Chocolate orange bliss balls

There are lots of bliss ball recipes out there, however most of them contain dates binding them together which are high in FODMAPs. I've come up with this bliss ball recipe which is low in FODMAPs (providing you don't have to many at once as they contain ground almonds). I often pack them up and [...]

low FODMAP Shakshuka

Low FODMAP Shakshuka

I'm always looking for simple and quick recipes as I live such a busy life and this recipe fits right into that category, but it is also SO full of flavour. Shakshuka originated in North Africa and is traditionally a breakfast dish but I prefer it for lunch. The recipe can be easily adapted and [...]

Gluten Free Carrot Cake Bakes Oats

Carrot Cake Baked Oats

Baked oats is a great for when you have a little more time on your hands in the morning, or often I stick them in the oven and get ready whilst waiting on them baking. I like to mix it up for breakfast and created this recipe which tastes delicious and also includes a little [...]