Enjoy being you™
When I lived in the Netherlands, Speculaas used to be my absolute favourite cookie to enjoy with a cup of tea. Then once I returned, thanks to food intolerances, I had to go wheat free so they were no longer an option.
I used to eat oats every morning during winter. It used to be my staple breakfast and I would look forward to it every day. Until my gut changed, and now oats are an issue for me (it’s a fodmap). So since the mornings are getting a little frostier, I wanted to create a porridge that would fill me up, comfort my tummy, and not leave me feeling like a blown up balloon, tired and uncomfortable. This is what I made!
Mangoes always remind me of Summer. As soon as they hit stores, you know the season of bikinis, tanned skin, cold fruits and sweltering days is in full swing! As they are a high fodmap food, I can’t enjoy them as often as I did when I was little. But I couldn’t help myself when it came to the idea of a no-bake mango cheesecake!
Ready to get your bake on? This Pear and Vanilla Bread will show off your fancy baking skills (without hardly any effort). After 3 months of being on a food chemical elimination diet for food sensitivity testing, I’ve finally been able to increase the number of different fruits and vegetables back into my diet.
Taste Australia Bush Food Shop kindly supplied me with some very intriguing native herbs and spices. As a thank you, I have created a range of dishes on Instagram, but this one, in particular, had a really delicious marinade (if I do say so myself). Enjoy this healthy pork recipe which is simple enough for a weeknight dinner, and still super tasty! Don’t be fooled by the fancy plating either, there’s plenty to go around!