Safe Sugars and sweeteners on a low-FODMAP diet

Yum In this guest post, Nataliya of Not From a Packet Mix provides information about what sugars and sweeteners are okay on a low-FODMAP diet and which are not. It’s definitely lengthy, but my goal is to provide readers with useful information that might answer some questions you may have. I have a lot of… 

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popchips Sea Salt Potato

popchips Giveaway with Kate Scarlata!

Yum You all know how much I love giveaways! It makes me really happy to be able to gift my readers and show my appreciation for your support, all while promoting brands I really love. I’m super excited today because I’m partnering with my friend, the very well-known and highly-respected U.S.-based dietician, Kate Scarlata to giveaway… 

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Devilish eggs

Devilish eggs with cheddar, chipotle and chives

Yum I love a good deviled eggs recipe. With so many different options and ways to prepare, you never have to be bored. Deviled eggs are a great appetizer for a dinner party, barbecue, or to bring over to a friend’s when you’re asked to make a dish. One of my new favorites comes from the… 

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Juicy Low-FODMAP Baked Drumsticks

Low-FODMAP Juicy Drumsticks

Yum Ah, drumsticks. They’re versatile and full of flavor when seasoned and cooked well. I’ve tried this recipe on the grill and then in the oven and I must say, the oven wins! I have a few different versions of how I make drumsticks. Over the weekend, I made them like this, but more often… 

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Low-FODMAP Chicken Soup

Low-FODMAP Chicken Soup

Yum If you want to know all about the benefits of chicken soup, just ask your mom or your grandma. They won’t hesitate to talk to you about that for an hour or two. (May only apply to Jewish moms.) Today, I’m going to show you how easy it is to make a low-FODMAP chicken… 

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Low-FODMAP and Gluten-Free Buffalo Chicken Bake

Gluten-Free Buffalo Chicken Bake

Yum I should warn those following strict elimination that while this recipe IS gluten-free, it is not 100% low-FODMAP. For this, I use a buffalo hot sauce that has garlic as one of the ingredients. So, if you have tried wing sauce before and can tolerate it, you’ll be okay here. Otherwise, use with caution or… 

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Low-FODMAP and Gluten-Free Parmesan Cod

Low-FODMAP and Gluten-Free Parmesan Cod

Yum This recipe couldn’t be any easier to make and that’s why I love it! I really prefer to eat fresh fish when I can, but I won’t ever say no to fresh fish that I cleaned and froze myself to be used at a later date. After all, those are the best ‘last minute… 

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Low-FODMAP and Gluten-Free Spinach and Feta Turkey Burgers

Spinach and Feta Turkey Burgers

Yum When I posted the image of the finished product of these on my Facebook and Instagram, I got such an overwhelming response of recipe requests, that I came right to the computer to write up the post! I LOVE when people like what they see of my creations and I’m happy to oblige. I… 

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Low-FODMAP Turkey Bolognese

Low-FODMAP Turkey Bolognese

Yum I bought some lean ground turkey with the intentions of making either tacos or meatballs. When I got home from work, I really wanted pasta and red sauce, and so I decided to incorporate the turkey somehow. I came up with this gluten free and low-FODMAP turkey bolognese recipe. It takes about 30 minutes… 

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low-FODMAP sesame chicken

Sesame Chicken and Spinach Over Jasmine Rice

Yum One of the “best” foods growing up for me was of the Chinese variety. Naturally, my stomach would hurt within 20 minutes of eating and within 60, I was hungry again. I would always order sesame chicken. That was my go-to. I’m SO excited to have found this recipe from Delicious as it Looks and… 

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Low-FODMAP Sesame Noodles with Chicken and Spinach

Low-FODMAP Sesame Noodles with Chicken and Spinach

Yum As with most pasta dishes, this recipe leaves lots of leftovers for your next day’s lunch or dinner. I like it because it’s really as simple as boiling pasta, making chicken in a skillet and wilting some spinach (or any greens you like) and then mixing all those ingredients together with a homemade sauce…. 

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