It’s the end of the month and I barely have any links for you. Not because there haven’t been great reads out there, but because I haven’t had time to read them.
Funny how I thought finishing my master’s degree would make me less busy. Ha ha.
Fuzzers made a great big pot of his famous chili. (The recipe is secret.) I made this red lentil Thai chili and these chocolate cupcakes with peanut butter frosting, both of which are gluten-free and vegan. They turned out great and were big hits!
These cupcakes though…
But seriously, I’ve wanted to be Belle for Halloween pretty much every year since the last time I was Belle…which was kindergarden.
Did you do any fun Halloween celebrating over the weekend? Any plans for tonight? I’d love to hear about it!
In the meantime, here’s that handful of links I assembled. Hopefully I’ll have something a bit more substantial at the end of the November.
Low FODMAP Peanut Hoisin Sauce from Fussy Fodmapper. I love hoisin sauce, and I love peanut flavor in Asian dishes, too. 🙂
Low FODMAP Pumpkin Bread with Chocolate Chips from Fun Without FODMAPs. What’s your opinion? Is pumpkin better with chocolate or without chocolate?
Savory Potato Waffles from Low Fodmapper. I need to figure out how to use the grating function on the food processor because man these look good! (Addendum 10-30: I figured out the grating function. Now I just need to make the waffles!)
Creamy Vegan Pumpkin Quinoa Breakfast from Cotter Crunch. I’m there.
Pumpkin Cheesecake with a Gingersnap Crust from FODMAP Everyday. I knew there was an important reason to buy that springform pan. Now I know what that reason is!
IBS & FODMAPs
6 Common FODMAP Mistakes from FODMAP Life. #6–don’t stay in the elimination phase too long! Two to six weeks is plenty.
Can FODMAP Intolerances Change Over Time? from A Little Bit Yummy. Yes. It’s quite possible to experience a change in sensitivity over time.
Recovery & Health
When You Feel Out of Control Around Food from Naomi Why: Roots. Having a moment of feeling out of control around food doesn’t make you a bad person. Naomi gives some great thoughts on how to respond to these moments.