We recently held a competition to discover an amazing FODMAP friendly dish created by our awesome Fodbods community.
We absolutely loved Natalie's Peanut Satay Stir Fry that she created using components of her grandma's recipes.
Natalie even created this awesome recipe sheet that you can download and print – what a legend!
We know how hard it is to find FODMAP friendly dips – they almost always contain garlic, onion, cashews and other gut wrenching ingredients (for those of us who are intolerant).
This delicious dip recipe will literally take you 5 minutes to whip up, clean up is minimal and your friends will be wow'ed! All you need is a food processor or blender.
It's healthy, FODMAP friendly and can be made vegan.
In honour of our delicious new Banana Peanut Butter Bars, I made a Banana Peanut Choc Chip Slice. I think this is actually one of the most amazing things I've ever made – I think you'll love them too!
It only takes about 10 minutes, followed by 25 minutes of baking. It's low FODMAP, gluten free and pretty healthy for a slice.
The texture is to die for – moist and a little bit chewy. I like to eat it straight from the oven, or microwaved for 20 seconds to melt the choc chips.