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 ...Read more.
These detectable little cookies are so easy to make and simply delicious. It's very hard to stop at just one. And, bonus... they're dairy-free and gluten-free! We love Almond Thumbprint Cookies for kids' school lunches, afternoon tea, on-the-go snacks, or dessert with coffee after dinner. It's almost impossible to eat just one! The recipe is also a healthier take on this holiday favorite (relatively low in sugar), and makes a terrific treat to bake and take in a pretty tin as a hostess gift to your next dinner party. If you give the recipe a whirl, please let us know what you think in the comments below. Happy ...Read more.
This cake is a go-to, healthy-ish treat at our house! The family begs for it. With just a 1/2 cup of sugar in the whole cake and no butter, it's sweet enough without being overly so, dairy-free, and yet so moist and delicious, you don't feel like you're sacrificing anything to eat better. It can also be made gluten-free, if you need to avoid gluten or are following the Low FODMAP diet. Like most gluten-free baked goods, the end result is a slightly denser cake, but no less delicious. This cake is so easy to make I whip it up at least once a week. Pro tip: Use a pretty bundt cake pan and wow everyone at the table with ...Read more.