If you're anything like us you're craving hearty bowls of comfort food. We've pulled together eleven of our favourite gut-loving recipes, covering breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. Packed with those all-important plant points, these delicious recipes will have the whole family smiling.
Lizzie King's family favourite. Three beans for a dual protein and fibre addition, in a velvety bed of slow roasted red peppers, carrots and onions with some warmth but not too much heat from the cumin and chipotle. Pass the bowl.
Whether you’re heading back to school, to work, or to the desk in your second bedroom, these sticky, moreish snack bars are sure to keep you going all day.
An almost instant bowl of lip-smacking goodness, Lizzie brings us a miso soup with a sour kick against the soft, sweetness of the mushrooms and greens.
A delicious chocolate dessert recipe to have in your back pocket this colder season. Pleasingly adaptable for those with food intolerances or without, it happens to be gluten free and FODMAP friendly and is easily tweaked to be lactose or dairy free too.
Autumn is the ideal porridge season. If you’re after nourishment, cosiness and big flavours to help wake you up when it’s getting cold out, then these three recipes deliver. Emma uses her go-to base porridge recipe for each of them and then you can stir in and top with your chosen extras - something that works brilliantly if you have different likes and tastes to feed at home.
Creamy, cosy and comforting. You can’t really taste the mustard or smoked paprika, but they add depth of flavour, a bit of umami and a little golden colour too.
Get ready for a pumpkin-packed treat with these fluffy and FODMAP-friendly baked doughnuts. The sweet, bright orange puree helps make for the most delicious texture when baking gluten-free.
Get ready for this delicious Smoky Lentil and Tomato Soup. Packed with plenty of veg and plant goodness to feed our microbes.
A crispy, warm fritter is easy to love, and these using corn as part of the batter as well as the sweet, juicy kernels, are a favourite. Making a batch and freezing means you have a quick supper or lunchbox filler, just pop in the toaster and enjoy.
Enjoy warm, golden scones on a cool Autumn day with luscious date butter. Roasting the banana enhances its flavour while maintaining the scones' tender texture.
Creamy roasted carrot and parsnip soup, made with fresh ginger and served with the most delicious maple roasted crisps on top.
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