Banana bread is an awesome baked good to make. It is easy, perfect if you have extra ripe bananas to use up, and it is a sweet treat that doesn’t need much sugar since the bananas are a great sweetener. Oats bring out the sweetness in recipes and also allow to use less sugar. Following The Eczema Diet doesn’t mean you can’t have banana bread!
In the winter, I often make stew and soup because it is so comforting. I tend to just throw everything I have in a pot, but found myself remaking this version with big chunks of cabbage and lots of red lentils often. So why not share it! I love this soup because of the savoury flavour and thickness the lentils provide. I also add a
With most additives being avoided on The Eczema Diet, finding plant based milks I can have can be a challenge. My previous favorite, almond milk, is out. Allowed milks include soy, rice and oat milk, but with my allergy to soy I am already down to two and most most rice and oat milks here have canola oil, which I react to. I previously used a
One of the recipes I made several times on The Eczema Diet is the sesame-free hummus. I make it with several types of beans and also like to bring it to parties and potlucks with celery sticks and crackers. Before going on a stricter salicylate-free version of the diet, I made this delicious dip with beet in it. Roasted beet and garlic give a lovely
After getting a waffle iron for Christmas, I started making waffles like a crazy person, having them once or twice a day. My favorite recipe was from Minimalist Baker – buttery, sweet, crisp waffles to which I added chocolate chips and would eat as is, without syrup or anything. Obviously, those waffles were not going to be part of my diet anymore when I started