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!
These pancakes are lightly adapted from the pancakes I made all the time even before following The Eczema Diet. I had them often a couple months ago, got out of the habit of making them, and just rediscovered them this week. They are so easy to make, they won’t take any more time to make than oatmeal! I loved to eat these pancakes with the banana
I love potatoes and always had them often, but they are definitely a daily staple since beginning The Eczema Diet. While I usually have them steamed or baked, it can be fun to add some variety. I wanted to try potato waffles since getting my waffle iron for Christmas, and the only thing I am wondering is why did I wait for so long? These
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
Well it’s been a long time! I haven’t posted much this whole year. I’ve been on The Eczema Diet (could be considered an elimination diet) and honestly, I didn’t feel like writing about it. But I did make a couple recipes I wanted to post and now is finally the time they are going to be published! I’ve had eczema since I was born. It