Pancakes Revisited: Low FODMAP Recipe

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Pancakes are a definite favorite at my house. Not only are they simple to make, easy to store for on-the-go eating, they are also versatile. You can make a number of varieties just by swapping the flours or even adding pumpkin or bananas. The possibilities are endless! Over on Eating and Living Moderately, we've been discussing IBS and the use of a low-FODMAP diet to help manage symptoms. So, in celebration of IBS Awareness Month, we wanted to revisit our pancake recipe and adjust it to make if low-FODMAP-friendly! We hope you enjoy!
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Spring Asparagus

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With the clocks springing forward this Sunday, we couldn't help but post a recipe for a Spring-y dish. We can't wait for the weather to warm up and the spring flowers to bloom, not to mention, eating delicious seasonal fruits and veggies! One of our favorite spring vegetables is asparagus and we especially love this asparagus salad recipe.
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Quinoa Cornbread (gluten & dairy-free)

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Whether you serve it alongside Thanksgiving dinner or as a side at a Sunday night family dinner, cornbread is a great addition to a home-cooked meal. This recipe is both gluten and dairy free and could easily be made vegan by swapping the egg for a flax egg or applesauce.
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Homemade Banana Cake

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Do you ever get stuck with a bunch of overripe bananas? This happens to us every now and again. We go a little crazy at the grocery store and by a batch of bananas that go ripe too quickly and we find ourselves scrambling to eat them before they go to waste. Some great options are slicing them and freezing them for smoothies, or a classic is making banana bread. Well we have another option for you. Check out Mama Mariean's delicious Homemade banana cake recipe!
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