Okay, don’t get me wrong. I do like raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens. But given that I have no place for a garden and my roommate and boyfriend are both allergic to cats, my favorite recipes will have to suffice for this little roundup.
It’s kind of weird to me that that became a Christmas song, by the way. I mean, it’s a lovely song, but it’s not about Christmas at all. And even if Christmas were all about things–which the Grinch disproved long ago–it’s not even about the kinds of things that you can get as gifts, with the exception, perhaps, of the bright copper kettles and the warm woolen mittens.
Maybe it’s the snowflakes that stay on my nose and eyelashes?
I thought FODMAPers might be interested to know what my personal favorite low-FODMAP recipes are. So I’m shari those with y’all today.
In case you’re curious, what makes something a favorite recipe for me is not just taste. Of course, taste is important, but I also consider ease and how consistently the recipe turns out. These are all recipes I’ve made many times to great success!
By the way, if you follow me on Instagram, you’ve noticed that I haven’t posted in almost a week. I post to IG using my laptop, and my laptop is more distressed with every passing day. I’m pretty sure it’s a hardware problem–computer-y people I’ve consulted suggest a combo of battery plus maybe something else?
I’m not opposed to vacations from social media, but I hope to join y’all again soon.
Here’s those recipes! 🙂
From The Hungry Caterpillar:
From Other Lovely Folks:
Banana Pecan French Toast from a Little Bit Yummy
Roast Pepper & Pumpkin Hummus from A Little Bit Yummy
Quinoa Tuna Patties with Lemon Basil Mayo from Delicious as It Looks
Sesame Tofu with Broccoli and Pine Nuts from Kate Scarlata
Rich Carrot and Chickpea Soup from 21-Day Tummy Diet Cookbook
Oatmeal Banana Pancakes from The Complete IBS Health and Diet Guide
What are your favorite recipes?
Anything thoughts on “My Favorite Things” as a Christmas song?