What’s for lunch today? Answering that question is not only important in how you’ll maintain your energy for the afternoon but if you have PCOS, your lunch can keep your hormones under control too. You may have found a PCOS-friendly recipe or two for lunch and stuck to it like glue, but you want to…
As the weather turns cold, I find myself drinking more tea, snuggling down in front of the fire. And when we have friends over to talk to, be with and share life with, I want to be able to offer some lovely cookies to go with their hot chocolate. These PCOS friendly dark chocolate chip cookies are just the answer!
I’m always on the look out for delicious PCOS friendly recipes. And this bacon zucchini loaf looks amazing (and I have it on good authority that it is absolutely delicious!) So, why not give it a try?!
Sometimes you just need something a little sweet. Something that melts in your mouth. Something to help keep the cravings at bay. I’ve got just the answer! They only need 4 ingredients, take 5 minutes to make, and BEST of all, they’re healthy and PCOS friendly. Give them a try!
Giving up gluten to improve your PCOS symptoms doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice bread altogether. There are some amazing alternatives, like this PCOS friendly, gluten free and dairy free bread. It’s so easy to make and is great as a sandwich bread or toasted. Go on, give it a try!
Salmon is a really healthy PCOS friendly fish. It is rich in Omega 3 which has been shown to lower testosterone levels in women with PCOS, as well as improve inflammation (something we are prone to). This is a super easy and delicious one pan salmon recipe (even the kids love it!)
I am always on the look-out for delicious and healthy PCOS friendly food that can be enjoyed by my whole family. This chocolate banana bread fits the bill perfectly. It is so easy to whip up and the kids can’t wait for it to cool down before they tuck in. Give it a try!
I am always on the look out for some different recipes to try. I love experimenting and pottering in the kitchen and when I stumbled across this marmalade chicken recipe, I couldn’t resist. It’s simple, easy to make and oh so delicious. Well worth a try!
Very often we can get stuck in a rut when it comes to food. We eat the same things day in and day out. Also, for breakfast, we may have been used to cereals or porridge or other dairy and gluten filled products. So, here are some PCOS friendly breakfast alternatives.
Sometimes it’s hard to eat a good, healthy breakfast. I need something quick that I can eat (or drink). But the problem with a lot of smoothies is that they tend to be very high is sugar and carbohydrates. Not ideal for your insulin and therefore your PCOS. So, here’s a great PCOS friendly smoothie recipe.
We don’t often have regular potatoes or mashed potatoes. They’re just too high in carbs and tend to have a fairly high glycemic load. So, we have cauliflower mash instead. It is seriously delicious and so easy. Why not give it a try?
There is nothing like Butternut soup to warm your belly on a cold autumn day. It is just so comforting and simply delicious. Butternut soup can often have dairy and can have a fairly high glycemic load. So, I’ve adapted my favourite butternut soup recipe to make it PCOS friendly – enjoy!