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Hannah Noonan

Hannah Noonan
Hannah incorporates a holistic approach to health with whole food dietary management, exercise, mindfulness and social activities to manage her IBS and is now able to live a relatively symptom free life. Read more

Low FODMAP Banana and Walnut Loaf

Low FODMAP Banana and Walnut Loaf

This three step recipe is super easy to make and within a couple of minutes you'll have the loaf in the oven and ready to eat warm banana loaf in about 20 minutes. All ingredients are in low FODMAP quantities as per the Monash University Low FODMAP Diet app for one serve at a time, it's also gluten free and sugar free and the butter can be substituted for coconut oil to make it dairy free. Enjoy it warm or cold and it’s a great option for lunch boxes.
Peanut Butter Custard

Peanut Butter Custard

If you're looking for a warm dessert option, then this is a perfect quick choice. The custard is easy to make and you can choose your preferred milk option. This 5 minute dessert uses low FODMAP quantities as per the Monash University Low FODMAP Diet app. It is also dairy free, gluten free and refined sugar free!
Low FODMAP 'ice-cream'

Low FODMAP ‘ice-cream’

Now this recipe does require a little forward planning. Just slice up a few bananas and berries and store them in the freezer and when the mood strikes, you can whip up a batch of 'ice-cream' in just a few minutes. This 5 minute dessert uses low FODMAP quantities as per the Monash University Low FODMAP Diet app. It is also dairy free, gluten free and refined sugar free and super easy to make!