Monthly Archives: September 2016

Low FODMAP Chocolate Ganache 2

I’m pretty sure chocolate ganache is one of the most perfect foods on the planet. A good ganache will be rich, smooth and shiny chocolate that can do a variety of things. It can be great between layers of cake, rolled into truffles, or as the topper to pretty  much […]

Low FODMAP Chocolate Ganache

Low FODMAP Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies

Every other day for breakfast, my father has “oatmeal day.” He makes his oats with maple syrup and a TON of cinnamon. So, when looking for great low FODMAP snacks on and I came across these breakfast cookies over at E.A. Stewart’s website I knew I had to give them […]

Construction Paper and Toilet Paper Roll Pumpkins

Fall is officially here so it seemed only fitting that Thomas and I experiment with making some fall decorations. I had seen a number of different fall crafts made with mason jar lids used to form a pumpkin and I had also seen a pin of an apple made with […]

Preschool Toilet Paper Roll Pumpkin Craft

Making your own Paint with Water fun!

Creating your own Paint with Water Fun!

Paint with water books are a great way to be creative with kids that keeps the mess limited. But what if you don’t have any paint with water books or just can’t find the ones you’re certain are hiding in your house somewhere? Well that’s what Thomas and I figured […]

Low FODMAP Pineapple Chicken Teriyaki

Chinese food is really, really hard to eat following a low-FODMAP diet for IBS, but the diet helps me feel a lot better. However, sometimes I want some Chinese food with little effort but I can’t just order take out. I can’t add in onion, garlic or a ton of […]

Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Cookies

Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Cookies

Yesterday I did a small baking experiment and made chocolate chip cookies using Whole Wheat Flour (recipe wise I always make chocolate chip cookies with the recipe from the back of the nestle toll house semi sweet morsel package – so for this experiment I just swapped the flour). I […]