Today’s recipe is an absolute keeper, as these Low Fodmap Chocolate and Raspberry Muffins are both delicious and gentle on your tummy.
Today I will be sharing with you the recipe for a delicious rice dish that can be served both as a main or as a side dish: Low Fodmap Tomato Basil Rice.
Today I will share with you the perfect recipe for a quick, healthy, and satisfying sweet treat: Caramelised Pineapple.
I love baking, especially cookies. I simply love the smell of freshly baked treats in the house and these Low Fodmap Cocoa Crinkle Cookies make the whole house smell like chocolate! And who can resist that?
I love making my own condiments and sauces and today I will show you how to make a delicious Low Fodmap Homemade Mustard Mayo.
I loooove coffee, but then again, I probably wouldn’t be Italian if I didn’t, right? This Vegan Cold Coffee Drink is so good and refreshing, so I am very happy to share it with you all.
What could be better than a fresh fruit salad on a hot summer day? I love fruit salads in general and this Low Fodmap Fruit Salad with Ginger Lime Syrup is exceptional: refreshing and delicious.
Shortbread is a huge favourite of mine and these Low Fodmap Mandarin Curd Shortbread Cookies are simply amazing.
Since moving to Australia, I have become a big fan of curd. You see, it’s not an Italian thing at all, so I did not grow up eating it on scones with my afternoon tea.
I must admit I had never eaten a blondie before. Yes, I know… but being a dark chocolate girl, I would always prefer to bake brownies instead. However, these Low Fodmap Chocolate Chunk Blondies are so good that I will have to revise my preference.
Even though it’s summer here in Australia, I still like to bake at Christmas time. I especially like to bake cookies, but being Low Fodmap and lactose intolerant has made things a bit harder for me, especially since I absolutely LOVE shortbread.
The other day I just felt like having a small sweet treat with my tea. Since starting the low fodmap diet, grabbing a cookie from the pantry has become practically impossible (as I can’t usually stop at one anyway). And, that’s when it hit me: meringues are naturally low fodmap, dairy-free and gluten-free, so they…
Can you believe that Christmas is just a little over a month away? I am already starting to feel like baking cookies! And these Low Fodmap Soft Ginger Cookies are exactly what I need!
When following the low fodmap diet, you realise that there are so many things you used to buy ready-made at the store that you just can’t have anymore. Stock is often one of them, as it generally contains garlic and/or onion.
I am so happy to share today’s recipe. This Low Fodmap Tuna Fried Rice is on my menu at least once a week. That’s how good it is! I simply love it and it makes for the perfect meatless meal (yet, it’s still packed with proteins and vitamins).
I love fudge, but since going lactose-free, it has been a bit difficult to find a good recipe for it. The one I used to make all the time is amazing, but it’s made with condensed milk, which has become a no-no for me.
After sharing with you the recipe for the perfect White Sandwich Bread, I am back with a homemade Jam recipe that would go really well with that bread, especially if toasted: Kumquat Jam.
I absolutely adore homemade bread and I try and bake some as often as I can. My go-to bread recipe is this easy to make Ciabatta, as I love bread with a crunchy top. However, I also like homemade sandwich bread. I find it much easier to digest than store-bought ones.
I am so happy about sharing the recipe for this Low Fodmap Calamari Risotto with you! As you may know, I was born in Milan which is the place where risotto was first invented.
I love popcorn and I often make for the family when we stay home to watch a movie on the weekend. Popcorn makes a great snack, even for people with digestive problems.
When it’s tea time, I often feel the need for a quick snack, better if of the sweet kind. Following the Low Fodmap diet can make things hard, especially since I am having trouble with fructose.
I looooove cookies and the crunchier the better. I have to say that cookies in Italy are usually always crunchy. The Italian name for cookies is biscotti after all, and that means “cooked twice”.