Yummy Recipes


Crispy Homemade Potato Hash Browns

Potatoes have to be one of the most versatile foods there is (big call we know), but you can boil, bake or fry them, and eat them as a snack, for breakfast, lunch or dinner! Made with only five ingredients, these hash browns are super simple yet so deliciously crunchy! Perfect addition to your weekend brunch!

Low FODMAP Strawberry Infused Scones

Strawberries a great source of vitamins, minerals and plant compounds — some of which have powerful health benefits. They're also low GI which means they should not cause any spikes in blood sugar or insulin levels. Oh, and did we mention they're low FODMAP at any serve?!

Low FODMAP Brekky Tacos

These tacos make the perfect weekend breakfast! They're low FODMAP, super easy, taste delicious, and are an absolute crowd pleaser - what more could you want?!

3 Kale Loaded Low FODMAP Recipes

Of all the super healthy greens, kale is definitely superior! It is low in calories but incredibly high in nutrients, in particular vitamins A, K and C. It’s also loaded with antioxidants which has powerful heart protective, anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, and anti-cancer effects. Oh, and did we mention it’s low FODMAP?⁣

Kale often gets a bad rap due to it's bitterness but how you cook it definitely makes a difference! We've done the hard work for you and incorporated it into three amazing dishes for you.