Eating out at breakfast time can be tricky when you need to limit FODMAPs. Toast with everything, giant fruit juices, lactose-full milk and yoghurt. The perfect recipe for bloating or the trots for the rest of the day!
How about eating at home, but making an indulgent breakfast that would be low in FODMAPS but is sure to appeal to family, friends or your partner too?
GUT FEELINGS FRENCH TOAST (2 – 4 serves)
You need: 4 slices of Low FODMAP bread; 1 egg; 1 teaspoon brown or caster sugar (raw) or a pinch of salt; 1 tablespoon lactose free milk; 1 tablespoon margarine
What to do: Combine egg and milk, and beat with a little sugar or salt depending on desired sweet or savoury flavour. Heat a pan and add a dob of margarine, melt until bubbling. Dunk bread in egg mix, coating evenly, and then transfer to pan one or two slices at a time, depending on pan size. Cook until golden, flip and cook other side. Repeat with remaining bread. Serve as a sweet breakfast item with maple syrup, banana and lactose free yoghurt, or savoury with tomato, bacon and vegetables.
GUT FEELINGS HOT CHOCOLATE(1 serve)
You need: 1 cup lactose free milk or rice milk; 1 heaped teaspoon cacao; 1 teaspoon maple syrup
What to do: Place lactose free milk or rice milk in saucepan or microwave jug, mix in cacao and maple syrup. Stir continuously till reaching desired heat and pour into a mug or whisk then cook in microwave for 1 minute.
Blogged by Kerith Duncanson – April 2015