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Pumpkin Spice Latte

If you love a pumpkin spice latte but don’t feel comfortable buying one at a coffee shop right now (because really, who knows what’s in there?!), you can easily make your own at home. A pumpkin spice latte is perfect for a rainy weekend when you have a...

Smoothie Cubes

Making and using smoothie cubes is a great way to use extra juice, fruit, veggies or not waste a leftover smoothie you can’t finish. Ingredients: Any type of low FODMAP fruit or vegetables such as cooked spinach, cooked kale (cooked veggies are easier to...

Berry Compote

Ingredients:1 small bag frozen organic strawberries, blueberries or raspberries (or a mixture – blueberries are low FODMAP in a 1/4 cup serving and are low histamine, raspberries are low FODMAP in 30 berries/60g)2 TBSP coconut oil, ghee or butterHoney to taste...

Sweet & Savory Baby Back Ribs

Here’s another slow cooker recipe that’s perfect for those hot, busy days of summer when you don’t feel like turning on the oven or spending too much time cooking. Pair these with some melon or a tomato and cucumber salad.Ingredients: 3 pounds baby...

Slow Cooker Butter Chicken

Butter chicken is something I used to love to order at Indian restaurants. These days, it’s easier to make this delicious dish at home and using the slow cooker means it’s ready in time for dinner without a lot of fuss. If you don’t tolerate spices...

Mixed Berry Chia Jam

Guest Post by Vital Food Therapeutics Nutrition Intern Charlotte Christensen. Yield: 6 oz, 12 1 T servings A typical store bought jelly contains a whopping 9g of sugar! Whereas this simple jam contains only about 3g per servings, most of which is natural sugar found...