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.
This risotto is soooo creamy and soooo delicious! And it's one of those ones that tastes even better the next day.
Mushrooms can be tricky when it comes to FODMAPs as most are high in Mannitol. Luckily, oyster mushrooms are not.
We hope you love this yummy risotto as much as we do. Please tag us @fodbods if you make it :)
This two-ingredient base is a game changer. Yes you read that right, two ingredients!! It's low FODMAP, super easy and versatile - can be used to make donuts, bagels, New York-style pretzels, or in this case pizza bases.
Eating pizza on a low FODMAP diet can sometimes be quite challenging with bases often containing wheat and many sauces containing onion or garlic. However with a few easy swaps, pizza can definitely still be apart of your lo-fo life.
Chocolate crackles were a staple at every Aussie kids birthday party! This recipe is a healthy twist on the nostalgic (and sugary) classic, and make the perfect guilt-free treat.
They're quick and easy to make, low FODMAP so easy on the tummy, vegan-friendly, and are high in fibre and antioxidants! The perfect treat for the kiddies (and yourself) without the nasty sugar-crash.