I didn’t think I was going to get any photos for you before these treats disappeared! I had been asked to make something gluten free for a supper I was going to. After I left with my plate of slice, everyone at home must have had sample, too. The next day I made up another plate for a morning tea I was off to, and my family all grabbed some for their lunch boxes. You certainly have to be quick around here!Read More
Last week I promised to show you what I made with my lactose free mascarpone cheese. I had considered making that to-die-for Italian dessert, Tiramisu. But we were heading for dinner at our friend’s new home, and decided the coffee flavours might not go so well with the 6 kids in our families. So a simple cheesecake it was.Read More
There are many foods to give up or cut back on in a low FODMAP diet. I miss apples and occasionally have a little nibble of one that a little person in my house has taken a juicy bite from. Avoiding onions is no longer a big deal for me and I don’t like their taste all that much anymore. But when it comes to chocolate…let’s just say there are some foods that are worth any trouble they might cause.Read More
I make a lot of muffins. They’re quick to mix, take only a short time in the oven, and freeze well. They make a tasty addition to a lunch box and when homemade, are a healthier alternative to other sweet treats available on supermarket shelves.
I like to try different flavour combinations but, as I’ve mentioned before, it can be a challenge to find one that everyone in our house likes. My latest bake-up was flavoured with orange, carrot and a hint of ginger.Read More
WOW! Where did April go? Does anyone else find it strange how time seems to speed up as the years pass by? Memories of long summer days are still lingering for me, yet here we are quickly approaching the middle of the year.
Over the past month I have been kept busy with some catering jobs and I hope to bring you some of those low FODMAP recipes soon. I have also been working towards having The low FODMAP cookbook published as an eBook; we’re getting close. Add to these things three busy kids having lots of fun with sports and music lessons and friends…I guess that explains where April went.Read More
Many years ago my family owned and ran a little coffee shop. It was situated in a leafy suburb of Melbourne amongst a variety of other shops that, together, created a friendly little village; it was a nice break from today’s massive shopping centres/malls. The focus of the menu was homemade food such as bread baked onsite, generously-sized scones served with King Island double cream, and of course good coffee. My mum made some delicious cakes including a flourless chocolate and Lumberjack, but I think my favourite was the Country Apple Cake.Read More