If you're looking for something amazingly delicious and sweet to satisfy your sweet-tooth craving without upsetting your tummy, look no further. These finger-licking sweet treats are exactly what the FODMAP doctor ordered, and they're quick and easy to make!
Get one of your daily doses of quercetin and curcumin by blending it into warmed coconut milk with histamine lowering ginger. It's the perfect beverage for a spicy-sweet, satisfying, antihistamine, inflammation lowering antioxidant boost! Perfect for people with MCAS, MCAD, mastocytosis, histamine intolerance, interstitial cystitis and many other inflammatory diseases.
Finding snacks on the low FODMAP diet isn't always easy and with most dried fruits off-limits, it's nearly impossible to find a good trail mix. Here are my tips for making one custom suited to fit your FODMAP profile.
I made these bars for our anniversary/Valentine’s Day treat and boy were they delicious! My husband, who is a total peanut butter hound, went crazy over them. They are very reminiscent of a buckeye or a gourmet peanut butter cup, but they require much less confectioner’s sugar, so they have a lot less carbs and … Continue reading Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars