Can't have garlic, so must be a vampire


Recipes (all)

Chocolate Chip Orange Muffins (FODMAP-Friendly)

I have had a craving for some orange all day, but as I am on FODMAP, I didn't want to limit myself to the 125ml juice specified as safe by the Monash phone app. Instead, I adapted this recipe from... Continue Reading →


Banana Mug Cake (FODMAP-Friendly)

We ran out of bread this morning, and my FODMAP-Friendly yoghurt is now past its use-by date, so to the Internet I fled! I found this mug cake from Hurry the Food Up and breakfast was saved! The original recipe also has... Continue Reading →

FODMAP-Friendly Carrot Cake

After weeks of staying strong, I finally caved to my partner's request for carrot cake and my GOD there are a lot of recipes out there. I settled for the one by Fodmaplife as it was one of the rare few... Continue Reading →

Tacos (FODMAP-Friendly)

Once again, I'm calling something a recipe when it is hardly that at all... There aren't even spices in it. But, as this blog is my recipe book, and I make this almost on a weekly basis, soI wanted to... Continue Reading →

Best Ever Spaghetti Bolognese (FODMAP Friendly)

Spaghetti bolognese is one of the things I thought I wouldn't be able to eat again, or at least for a looong time. Without onion and garlic at the ready, it made me think this dish would have no flavour.... Continue Reading →

Gingerbread Dinosaurs (FODMAP Friendly)

I was invited to a Disney movie marathon session this weekend, with the caveat that you had to bring a dish reminiscent of a Disney movie. Now, I've had the cutest dinosaur cookie cutters that have been sitting WASTING away,... Continue Reading →

FODMAP-Friendly Fried Rice

My biggest issue with the FODMAP diet, is how difficult it is to make quick and easy food on the run. Everything seems to take planning, unless you're happy with some GF pasta, broccoli and egg (which, I won't lie,... Continue Reading →

FODMAP-Friendly ANZAC Biscuits

This recipe has been taken and heavily adapted from Low FODMAP Vegetarian Recipes, changing the sugar,  flour, syrup and butter. After cooking these for a second time, with increased wet ingredients and less cooking time I found these perfectttlllyyy soft and... Continue Reading →

French Toast Two-Ways (FODMAP-Friendly)

I make French Toast at least twice a week - they're quick, easy, delicious, and usually you already have all the ingredients ready. Of the two recipes below I use eggy bread more often, just for simplicity's sake, however the... Continue Reading →

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