Caramelized Bananas (low FODMAP)

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My next post will include my ramblings from the 2 digestive health conferences I attended in the last week and a half!  Honestly, I need to let my brain marinate just a bit longer so that I can sort and sift the main take away messages. Seriously, I have knowledge overload.

This weekend I tried my best to not work and relax a bit. But, my second manuscript ( I have 2 books that I have worked on being published later this year!)  arrived to be edited on Saturday–OH…the timing! But, Russ and I did get to complete one of the items on our bucket list:  Bike the Cape Cod Canal.

What a nice little bike ride–7 miles each way.  Beautiful. Russ biking

I do have a little recipe to share with you today! This morning I sliced up a medium banana into rounds.Sliced bananas

I then drizzled a bit of coconut oil in a skillet and browned up the bananas. When browned on both sides, I brushed with a little cinnamon and maple syrup mixture and dusted with a bit of cinnamon sugar.  You’ll love these sweet little banana treats.  Yes, you will.

Caramelized Bananas

Here’s to a great week ahead! Plan something FUN for yourself…It’s always good to have an planned adventure on your calendar! We all benefit from having something exciting to look forward to.  Do you have any adventures planned? Please share!

Russ and I are trying to fit in a trip to Belgium!  One of the researchers I met from Monash is working there.  I was fortunate to connect with Jess in Chicago at the International Celiac Disease Symposium.  But, hey, why not try to visit her in Belgium too!

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5 replies on “Caramelized Bananas (low FODMAP)

  • Allison

    Hello Kate, thank you for the great information you provide. I have struggled with IBS symptoms for 7 years and my own recent discovery of FODMAP has greatly improved my symptoms. I would like to know if you recommend any other supplements with probiotics to help heal. I have been reading about the benefits of taking glutamine. Is there any other supplement to heal the intestine?
    Grateful for your website,

    • katescarlata

      Glutamine can be helpful for some but I do encourage you to discuss its use with your doctor–it can be contraindicated in some people depending on past medical history such as colon cancer. Omega 3 fatty acids may be helpful as an anti-inflammaotory. Checking for other nutritional deficiencies is equally important-Vitamin D, B12, folate, iron.

  • sarah

    Do you have any contact details for your Belgian colleague? I’m from Belgium so I’d love to know more about her.

    • Well Balanced - Food - Life - Travel

      Hi Sarah, I am afraid I can’t give out those details–not sure she would want her contact info available. Sorry!

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