The first round up of my FODMAPs friendly discoveries is here, in case you missed it. Now I have another few to share.
First off, roasted nuts.
These sweet maple roasted pecans taste like syrup covered pancakes. I don’t know how, but they are amazing. Up until last month, I would have told you pecans remind me of wood chips…but this recipe can make tanbark edible. Next thing you know I’ll be munching away on walnuts too.
But almonds and cashews are still my faves.
They go with everything. In everything. On everything.
I made a savory recipe too, with nutritional yeast, tamari, paprika, and water. FODMAPs friendly and snack-tastic.
Another obsession I can’t seem to overdose on is kale chips. Especially these ones by alive & radiant foods.
My dad bought them and didn’t like them, but I LOVE them. As you can see the ingredients are FODMAPs free. I wish I could make my own kale chips taste this awesome. They are crunchy and savory and hearty and dang tasty. The mustard flavor definitely comes through, so that’s probably why I love them. There’s not much tarragon going on though.
Sadly, they cost half my paycheck. I thought the best things in life were free?
And then there’s Linwoods flaxseed. Oh my gosh is this product ever amazing.
I will never grind my own flax seeds again. I swear. Not only does this make super thick smoothies and oats, but you don’t have to do a damn thing, it’s just ready to scoop and go! So you get the health benefits of flax…PLUS walnuts, brazil nuts, almonds, etc. They have a ton of flavors too, so you can bake with them and not alter the taste of your dish. Vegan, gluten free, yeast free, no sugar, heart healthy, and no FODMAPs. I’m such a fan.
So that’s it for now. Share if you’ve got some new faves too.