This was a challenging week for our family; our younger son had cochlear implant surgery on Monday; although the surgery went well and he’s recovering nicely, it was tiring and stressful, and it threw our typical weekday schedule off. We created a meal plan that focused on simplicity early in […]
Entrees, sides, desserts; snacks and smoothies; breakfast, lunch, dinner. All recipes are dairy-free and low FODMAP friendly; most are wheat-free and sugar-free too!
This may be one of our favorite preparations for trout, ever! Our eight-year-old enjoyed it so much, he was willing to try to cheek meat (which he loved)! We served this alongside our Roasted Cauliflower with Cumin, Chili, and Almonds.
This dressed-up roasted cauliflower side dish is aromatic and tastes sophisticated, but is super-simple to prep. I couldn’t eat more than a bite or two because cauliflower is on my list of low-FODMAP no-go’s, but the rest of our family enjoyed this. Both of our sons ate these veggie’s without […]
We adapted this vegan and gluten-free recipe from Bakerita. Our version of this classic summer dessert includes lightly sweetened plums, nectarines, and apricots topped with an oatmeal walnut-pecan crumble. You could easily swap in peaches, pluots, or cherries, to create your own version of this triple stone fruit cobbler.
We adapted this recipe from Alice Hart’s Vegetarian cookbook; she included it in her book with permission of Stephane Reynaud, who is chef-proprietor of a restaurant near Paris, France. This is apparently a well-traveled and well-loved recipe, and we can taste why! Our version pairs creamy vegan feta seasoned with […]
Our teenage son made this Vegan Posole for us over the weekend, working from Forks Over Knives’s original recipe. It’s a simple and low maintenance recipe that tastes great on it’s own, but it’s even better when served with sliced avocado, salty tortilla chips, and lime wedges. This recipe makes […]
Years ago, before I was diagnosed with a dairy allergy and transitioned to a low-FODMAP diet free of wheat and garlic (due to IBS), I used to love slathering a toasted garlic bagel with creamy whitefish salad. In recent times, I’ve been craving whitefish salad but I knew I couldn’t […]
Last weekend, my husband asked our boys to take some time and write down 50 things they each wanted to do this summer. Mixed in with the obvious responses such as play a lot of Minecraft, sketch, and play Legos were some crazy ideas like skydive, make a sharknado, and […]
Our younger son loves chicken, so we serve it often. To keep from getting bored, we’re always looking for a new preparations and flavor profiles. This quick stir-fry is another easy and healthful recipe from “Run Fast. Cook Fast. Eat Slow.” Our version includes bell pepper, broccoli, and bok choy. […]
We read about a wild salmon entree featured in “A Platter of Figs and Other Recipes” by David Tanis, served with a Vietnamese cucumber relish. It sounded fresh and simple, and we planned to adhere to the recipe as it was designed. We changed our plan when we realized that […]