If you enjoy baking, you will understand the connection between mindfulness and baking.
There is something particularly mindful about the act of baking – the measuring, mixing, and creating often means you are lost in the moment. This can be relaxing, bringing a sense of calm and peace that helps reduce stress and anxiety, which in turn can help your IBS.
For people living with IBS, traditional recipes may not be suitable. Thankfully, we have a library of recipes that are tried, tested and approved by IBS specialist dietitians as suitable for people with a sensitive gut.
Here are some of our favourite recipes. They are delicious, easy to make, and whether you are making them or eating them, they’re a great way to enjoy the moment.
Chocolate cornflake cakes
Gooey chocolatey beetroot brownies
Naked fruit crumble