I’m in a little bit of denial about Summer right now.
Despite this month being #NationalIceCreamMonth, I haven’t even made any ice cream this month! And let’s not talk about the beautiful rhubarb I ended up composting because I just didn’t get around to using it.
You see, it’s been an especially cold and grey San Francisco Summer. I’ve been craving curries and soup instead of Summertime treats. And I’ve also been heads-down on onboarding a number of new content clients. So there hasn’t been as much time for cooking and baking and treat-making.
The good thing about the less-than-Summery weather is it’s been the perfect time to get things more organized. I’ve put my local Container Store to good use, finding more useful (and smarter-looking) storage bins and boxes to deploy throughout the house.
It just feels so much more relaxing, especially in a small space like our apartment, to have everything tidied up and put away. Small spaces, in particular, can feel cluttered pretty fast. But having attractive storage that puts the clutter out of sight goes a long way for making things feel more relaxing.
Feeling that everything is in its place is always important, but it’s even more important when you are self-employed and working primarily from home. That clutter can become a pesky distraction that keeps you from being able to focus on your creative tasks.
Now that I’m feeling better organized and ready to go into the weekend without any distractions, let’s dive into this week’s Low FODMAP recipe round-up.
Low FODMAP Recipes
- For those of you who ARE in the midst of a Summer heatwave, check outKarlijn’s Kitchen’s round-up of light low FODMAP dinner recipes that are perfect for a Summertime dinner.
- I was just saying earlier this week that I was craving some cookie dough ice cream. While this isn’t quite the same, these Healthy Frozen Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites should take care of that craving. Keep this recipe #lowFODMAP by using a low FODMAP diet-friendly protein powder.
- I’ve been adding more salmon to my diet. I can’t wait to try this recipe for Toasted Coconut Salmon via Kate Scarlata.
- Now that swordfish is back on menus again, I’m ready to try my hand at making some at home. This FODMAP Friendly Blackened Swordfish recipe looks like a great place to start.
- Citrus is front-and-center in this orange cake recipe from Manu’s Menu.
Low FODMAP Diet Pantry Essentials
The key to being able to try out new recipes is making sure to keep your pantry stocked with key low FODMAP foods. I’ve shared favorite low FODMAP picks in my Erika’s Gluten-free Kitchen Amazon shop—check it out and know that you’ll be helping support this blog while finding your own new favorite low FODMAP treats.
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