What better way to celebrate the first day of spring other than with a gorgeous gluten free lemon and poppyseed loaf. This was inspired by ottolenghi but adapted to be low fodmap.
I'm especially proud of this recipe here. A mid-week banger; to be whipped out at any gathering; and most importantly, to be shared! Prep time: 40 minutes Ingredients : 1 pre-made gluten free pastry roll 250g cherry tomatoes 3 tbsp balsamic vinegar glazed 2 tbsp garlic oil 1/2 tsp salt 1 courgette, sliced with a… Continue reading Courgette, balsamic vinegar glazed cherry tomatoes and goats cheese pastry
An idea I've been mulling over for a while now, I combine the zest of two lemons along with a few droplets of natural flavoured lavender to create this delicately floral and supremely spongey loaf cake ideal for spring baking. As with many of my baking recipes, I take inspiration from Ottolenghi's dessert cookbook 'Sweet,' using his lemon and poppyseed loaf cake recipe to inform this FODMAP friendly creation. Instead of double cream, I use Oatly's completely dairy-free (and vegan) single cream for a hearty sponge.
Celebrating Iranian new year naturally calls for a cake that contains saffron (OBVIOUSLY!). This year, I decided to combine the zesty flavour of orange with the mildly floral and complementary taste of saffron. I chose polenta because it’s supremely light yet substantial and – you guessed it – already gluten free. Serves 10 Prep time:… Continue reading Orange, saffron and walnut polenta cake
Ever since upping my gym training to five times a week, I've been craving a healthy, protein-rich and -- most importantly -- FODMAP-friendly alternative to flapjacks. With chia seeds, flax seeds, peanut butter and NO added sugar (apart from a teaspoon of maple syrup), these flapjacks really do pack a punch!