Vegetable Coconut Curry Low Fodmap, GF, DF

This dish is super simple warming and packed with veggies and child friendly too

What you’ll need

1 Tblsp Butter, Coconut oil or Ghee
1 Tblsp Grated ginger
2-3 Carrots chopped
1 whole Broccoli chopped
1 large Potato diced
1-2 celery sticks diced
1 red capsicum chopped
Green Beans
1 cup veggie stock you can use just water.
1 Tblsp Curry powder
1 can Coconut milk
Salt and pepper to taste
Fresh coriander to serve


  • Melt butter or coconut oil in large pot add potato, ginger and celery and cook for 1-2 mins over med heat. Then add the stock or water and simmer for 10-15mins until potatoes have started to soften. you may need to add more liquid as you go.
  • While that is cooking, start chopping up your veggies and putting your rice or quinoa on to cook
  • Now its time to add your coconut milk and curry powder to the potato and celery mix and stir once combined you can start to add your veg.
  • I like mine not too soft so i add the carrots first for 5 mins then add all the veg except for the beans they are last minute i cant stand soggy beans.
  • All up you want to mix your veg in for at least 10 mins minimum to get the flavour in and warm the veg up. Except the beans in my case.
  • Add salt and pepper to taste and serve over hot rice or quinoa.

This even taste better the next day when the flavours really come out.





Lunch Box Friendly Muesli bars

So they whole month of April has flown by me ahhh,what have i been doing you ask? Taking on way to many things as i do, but oh how bored would i be if i didn’t have a million things on the go and a head full of ideas and recipes lol.
Here i have this yummy recipe for you that your kids will love,  Mr C loves making them for his days at kindy.


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Sugar free Banana Bread 

Straight out of the oven, still steaming as I cut a tester piece,  eating it as I write this post yum yum.


So I’m still on this never ending candida killing diet limiting my foods even more 😔 thank goodness i can eat bananas they have been my saviour for sweetness.  I thought I’d share my candida but kicking banana bread with you.

What you’ll need 

2-3 bananas depending on size
2 eggs
1/8 cup macadamia oil
1/2 tsp bicarb
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp vanilla
Just under tbls lemon juice
1/8 cup chia seeds
3/4 cup buckwheat
3/4 cup almond
  • Place the bananas, eggs, oil, bicarb, cinnamon, vanilla and lemon juice in a blender (you can do by hand) on low for 3-4 mins until smooth and combined
  • Add the remaining ingredients and blend for a min until combined
  • Pour into a lined loaf tin (I have used a muffin tray also) and bake for 30mins cover with foil if top starts to brown to fast
  • A skewer should come out clean when testing to see if it’s ready.