These meaty pasties are great served hot, but can be left to cool a while to take with you on a picnic or for lunch.
IBS Network Recipes
If you suffer with IBS, your gut may be sensitive to so many different foods at times that it is difficult to know what you can eat (For more information click to Diet in The IBS Self Care Programme) without suffering the torment of gut upset or needing to put yourself on a diet that is bland and boring?
How can you make sure you are getting adequate nourishment from your diet? You can’t always rely on restaurants or ready meals unless you really study the ingredients. Most chefs use lots of butter and cream, are generous with onion and garlic, and may use high fructose corn syrups. So if you want to be really sure of what you can eat, Click on the following images to find a series of simple, yet tasty recipes that are low in fat, low in FODMAPs, low in insoluble fibre and do not contain hot spice or other food substances known to upset a sensitive gut.
Also, check out our page - So what else can I eat for basic information which can help you - click here
Looking for inspiration?
Look at the recipes listed below and try out the ones that suit you.Try experimenting with new recipes. Remember you do not need to exclude any foods from your diet, but you do need to restrict those that you find upset you. And remember, the sensitive gut will not tolerate too much food. Eat to comfort and if this means that you can’t eat a lot at each meal, eat little and often.
You can download some of our recipes below and to obtain regular supply of delicious recipes suitable for a sensitive gut.
The smell of bread baking in the house is always really inviting
This bread is gluten free and low lactose.
Fed up with the same breakfast?
Why not try making these delicious bars great for on the go.
To Start off the six nations,set yourself up with this hearty dish.
If you are thinking of cooking a warming comforting meal, you need go no further than the recipe for toad in the hole.
Spelt bread can be friendly for a sensitive gut.
If you make your own bread, then you can control what goes in it, without any hidden nasties.
With the weather really cold at the minute, here is a dish that will keep you warm inside.
A spicy, fruity and exotic dish. It takes time to cook, but it’s totally worth it!
These muffins are delicious spread with lactose-free cream cheese. The stuffed olives may be replaced with chopped sun-dried tomatoes, cubed chorizo sausage or goats cheese.
This popular recipe does a great job of imitating shop-bought stock cubes.
Its Valentines day!
These cupcakes are light and delicate with a charming tropical tang.
This cool, fragrant non alcoholic drink can be sipped with meals. It is both refreshing and thirst quenching.