Bircher Muesli (serves 1)

Bircher Muesli by The Fat Foodie

Bircher muesli is a much lighter breakfast option than overnight oats because it’s made with a combination of 50% natural yoghurt (or a non-dairy option) and 50% water. It’s also much lighter because it contains grated apples and chopped banana. I know that apples have had a bad rap on the FODMAP street for a long time because initially Monash listed them as simply high FODMAP, but they’ve since been retested and now small 20g portions of Pink Lady and Granny Smith apples have been recategorised as low FODMAP. So, it’s time to re-embrace the humble apple, folks! Continue reading

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Low FODMAP Omelette (serves 1)

Omelette by The Fat Foodie

I decided to share this recipe for a basic omelette because I don’t know about you, but sometimes I get sick of eating the same breakfasts over and over again. Toast. Porridge. Puffed rice. Granola. It just gets tedious sometimes. That’s what makes this omelette a great choice for those mornings when you’ve maybe got a bit more time on your hands and you can afford to spend some of it on making yourself a delicious breakfast for a change. Continue reading

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