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Banana and Coconut Overnight Oats

Banana and Coconut Overnight Oats

 

Oats contain two types of dietary fibre which are good for gut health – soluble and insoluble fibre.

Health Benefits  -  good source of fibre and protein

Blueberry, Banana and Cardamom Pancakes

Blueberry, Banana and Cardamom Pancakes

  You would not guess it but these pancakes do not contain a grain of flour, yet they hold together really well. They are incredibly easy and quick to make if you have a stick blender or a liquidiser.

 Health Benefits  - low FOFMAPS

Broad Bean and Feta Bake

Broad Bean and Feta Bake

  A delicious savoury breakfast bake containing a plentiful supply of dietary fibre and phytonutrients from the beans, onions and herbs

Health Benefits  -  low fodmaps, high in protein and fibre

Classic poached eggs, with wilted spinach on rye sourdough toast

Classic poached eggs, with wilted spinach on rye sourdough toast

  Sometimes the best meals are made from simple, good quality ingredients. Rye sourdough toast tastes delicious and contains dietary fibre which can help prevent constipation and improve the health of the gut microbiome

Health Benefits  -  moderate in fodmaps, high in protein

Granola Pots with Strawberry Compote and Yogurt

Granola Pots with Strawberry Compote and Yogurt

This is a tasty, crunchy granola that makes a great breakfast dish when served with compote, yogurt and fresh fruit. Granola usually contains dried fruit but this one doesn’t because dried fruit is high in fermentable carbohydrates.
Health Benefits  - Gut Health including Irritable Bowel Syndrome {IBS}

Oat Porridge with Fruit and Toasted Seeds

Oat Porridge with Fruit and Toasted Seeds

For people with a sensitive gut oat bran may be gentler on the gut than rolled oats. Both are low in fermentable carbohydrates but some people may find they can tolerate oat bran better. 
 Health Benefits  - low FODMAPS, high in fibre, good to reduce cholesterol

Pineapple, Banana and Orange Smoothie

Pineapple, Banana and Orange Smoothie

This is the closest thing to sunshine in a bottle. Pineapple, orange and banana are all OK to eat if you have a sensitive gut as long as they are not over ripe. A breakfast smoothie is a great way to get some energy, liquid and fibre onboard first thing in the morning especially if you do not feel like eating cereals. To make this smoothie more filling you can add a teaspoon or two of lactose free yogurt. A pineapple can be cut up and stored in the fridge for up to a week. It can also be frozen in chunks and defrosted as required.

 Health Benefits  - low FOFMAPS, 1 of your 5-A-Day, High is Vitamin C

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