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Category Archive: FODMAP Free Products

Jan 08

Are your FODMAP Free cakes a little dense?

We have come up with a blend of FODMAP free flours and other ingredients to make a nice FODMAP Free Cake Flour.  Try it and let us know how it works for you!

Nov 05

FODMAP Free Evaporated Milk

FODMAP Free Evaporated Milk

Many recipes call for evaporated or condensed milk.  There is no commercially available lactose free (FODMAP Friendly) evaporated milk.  It is EASY to make your own — simply slowly simmer lactose free whole milk until the volume has been reduced by half.  For most baking recipes, you will need to allow the milk to come …

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Oct 06

FODMAP Free Halloween Candy!

Natural Candy - halloween-2013

 Just in time for Halloween.  We found this online store and thought you would enjoy it too! They carry an amazing variety of FODMAP Free candies (no high fructose corn syrup, no apple juice) and it is made with all-natural ingredients.  All the FUN without the FUNNY stuff!™ Check it out: http://naturalcandystore.com?a=TRedOX P.S. If you place your …

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Jul 09

Gluten free medications and vitamins

Came across this helpful list of gluten free medications and vitamins.  I’m not a scientist, so can’t independently verify these claims, but this is a pharmacist’s website so the information should be reliable.   http://www.dearpharmacist.com/2009/10/31/partial-list-of-gluten-free-medications-nutritional-products-and-vitamins/

Feb 26

FODMAP Foods Quick Reference List

Learning what you can and can’t eat on the FODMAP diet can be overwhelming, especially in the beginning.  The attached FODMAP Foods Quick Reference List will help you get used to your dietary restrictions.  Once you get used to it and stock your kitchen with only FODMAP Free foods, you can relax and know that …

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Feb 26

The Perfect Family Dinner

A great family meal … totally FODMAP Free —  Spaghetti and Turkey Meatballs served over spaghetti squash, a side salad and Coconut Chiffon Spice Cake for dessert!

Dec 11

Turbinado Sugar

Turbinado Sugar - naturally FODMAP Free

We like to use turbinado sugar in FODMAP Free baking.  It is more flavorful that regular granulated sugar.  Be advised, the full flavor is released in the cooking process, so if you taste your batter before baking, it won’t taste like the finished product.  Turbinado Sugar is made from the first crush of pure sugar …

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Dec 11

Holiday cookies without FODMAPS are possible!

It’s the fat in butter that helps bind the cookie dough and dairy-free butter substitutes just don’t’ work well.  Substitute solid vegetable shortening (I use Crisco) in a 1 to 1 ratio for butter and your cookies will be like you remember before giving up dairy.  Crisco claims that their shortening contains 0g trans fat.

Dec 06

Heavy Cream Substitutes

You are eating a FODMAP Free diet, but your recipe calls for heavy cream.  Try some of these substitutions: Silk Vanilla Creamer Silk — the makers of soy milk, almond milk, coconut milk and other non-dairy lactose free products — offers a French Vanilla creamer that can be a 1 to 1 substitute for heavy …

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Nov 16

FODMAP Free Thanksgiving Menu

A FODMAP Free Thanksgiving dinner is possible.  With a few adjustments to the recipes of traditional foods, you can enjoy this holiday meal.    IBS sufferers … there is a lot to be thankful for!!! FODMAP Free Thanksgiving Menu: Turkey — this is easy to make FODMAP Free, just use dairy free butter to coat the …

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