Archives for 2018

low FODMAP Maple Dijon Salmon

Salmon marinated in a sweet and savory Maple Dijon dressing is the perfect low FODMAP main dish. Pair with your favorite vegetable side or place on top of a bed of greens, and your meal is complete! This post is written as part of a long-term … [Read more...]

Strawberry Chia Jam

Blend strawberries and chia together for a subtly sweet homemade Strawberry Chia Jam perfect for slathering on toast, topping oats, mixing into yogurt, or putting wherever you wish! Happy Valentine's Day!!! While I was planning on being … [Read more...]

Peanut Stew

Creamy, slightly spicy, and absolutely irresistible.  This Peanut Stew has become a cold-weather staple in our house! A great make-ahead meal. You know the feeling when you open a gift from someone and you have so much excitement/surprise that … [Read more...]

Roasted Vegetable Winter Salad

This Roasted Vegetable Winter Salad is versatile! Roasted winter seasonal vegetables tossed with a creamy almond-butter based dressing are the perfect side dish or base to a rice/grain bowl! This roasted salad is so full of flavor it will … [Read more...]

Steel Cut Overnight Oats

Steel Cut Overnight Oats are very simple, will keep you full for hours, and have a naturally sweet flavor thanks to bananas and cinnamon! This post is created as part of a partnership with NOW Foods. I started my clinical rotations for my … [Read more...]

Three Tin Tomato Turmeric and Coconut Dahl from The FODMAP Friendly Kitchen

Writing a cookbook has been on my long list of dreams for quite some time, so whenever a blogger, dietitian, friend or any other person that I have some sort of connection to releases one I get giddy! Ever since I was young, I remember spending my … [Read more...]

Things I’m Loving: December 2017

Happy 2018! Things have been a bit quiet around here during the month of December, and I had a much less structured schedule throughout all of 2017.  The year started with a move across the country (Denver to Indianapolis) and I started my … [Read more...]