Fall is pumpkin season and we are indulging in it all, from Pumpkin Spice Lattes to Pumpkin Carmel candles. YUM. One of the biggest challenges on the Low FODMAP diet is finding baked goods and easy-to-grab snacks that taste great and are kid-approved. “Always on the run” is part of our mom lifestyle and in order to adhere successfully to this limited diet, it’s important to stock items you can have at the ready or take to activities and in the car. These muffins are not only delicious, but they are also dairy-free, nut-free, gluten-free and low in sugar. More importantly, they are perfect for satisfying all your ...Read more.
Just in time for Valentine's Day, these delectable, melt-in-your-mouth treats are sure to be a hit with your family! They are low in sugar, super easy to make, and fit within the Low FODMAP diet restrictions for GI issues. A great option instead of giving store-bought chocolate or candy, and they are seriously delicious. ...Read more.
Our girl just hit another childhood milestone. Braces. And, if you have a kid with braces, you know that finding healthy, non-sticky, non-sugary, overly processed snacks you can throw in their backpack is a challenge. Not to mention, most schools and camps are nut-free since nut allergies have become so commonplace in the last decade or so. Our own Deirdre Hahn's daughter has dealt with a severe nut allergy for most of her childhood. (Read more about her story and ideas for nut-free lunches.) In addition, many kids deal with GI or stomach issues (like my daughter) and benefit from following a whole food diet. Let's face ...Read more.