Today I will share with you the perfect recipe for a quick and satisfying sweet treat: Low Fodmap Dark Chocolate Macadamia Grapes.
Welcome to MsM’s Ice Cream Round-Up 2019, everyone! Being summer in the Northern Hemisphere, I thought it would be nice to share my favourite ice cream, gelato, granita, and sorbet recipes with all of you.
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.
Mardi Gras, or Carnevale for us Italians, has always been one of my favourite holidays. So, I have prepared for you a little Mardi Gras Round-up to celebrate this festive occasion.
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.
Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! And what better recipe than this sinful Low Fodmap Dark Chocolate Dipping Sauce to celebrate this special day?
As tomorrow we celebrate World Nutella Day, I thought of putting together a round-up of my favourite Nutella recipes. Hopefully, this will give you a few ideas on what to make to celebrate such sweet occasion. Grab a spoon and dig in! Here goes MsM’s Nutella Recipe Round-up for 2019 (click on the pictures to open…
Today I will share with you a traditional recipe from the region of South Tyrol, in the Alpine area of Italy that borders with Austria: Kaiserschmarrn.
As Christmas is coming up, I thought it would be nice to put together a little Round-Up specifically for this special occasion.
My youngest daughter recently turned 9 and I made this Instagram Cake for her birthday party. Needless to say, she loved it.
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…
As Thanksgiving 2018 is coming up, I thought it would be nice to put together a little Round-Up specifically for this occasion in honour of all my American readers.
Knock, knock… trick or treat? Can you believe that Halloween is already around the corner? I know, crazy, right?
Today I am back with yet another delicious recipe from Argentina: Alfajores de Maicena. There are so many different kinds of alfajores (cookies) in Argentina that I had no idea existed before going there!
I am so happy about sharing today’s recipe: Traditional Dulce de Leche! If you know me, you will know that I love Nutella. Every Italian child grows up eating bread and Nutella, just like every Australian child grows up eating vegemite sandwiches and American children eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
I am so happy to be able to share the recipe for Torrontes Ice Cream on the blog. Torrontes is a white wine quality, typical from the north of Argentina. So, yes… it’s white wine ice cream! And it tastes amazing!
Crostata has always been my favourite cake. As a child, I would always ask my mother to bake an Apple Crostata for my birthday. Today, I still bake it quite often my my children, and this Nutella Crostata is their absolute favourite.
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.
I am so excited about today’s recipe: Malbec Ice Cream. Malbec is a red wine quality, typical from the north of Argentina. So, yes… it’s red wine ice cream everyone! And it tastes amazing!
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”.