This year I have come to love sharing my low histamine recipes even more, in large part because of the lovely support from those who follow me or come to the site for recipe ideas. It's been lovely to connect with you over socials and see all your fun food ideas too. I think we are proving that low histamine food doesn't have to be boring!
So I have done a round-up of my top ten most viewed recipes for this year. It was so much fun to have a look at my analytics and see the kinds of recipes you all love to try out (seems soup is always a winner!). Always tag me if you share to socials as I love seeing them.
Thank you again, and perhaps you will find a recipe here you haven't seen before to try out!
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1. Low histamine vegan power bowl
This vegan power bowl was the most popular recipe by far! I love power bowls, or buddha bowls, and it seems you do too! Full of healthy vegetables, potatoes, quinoa and seeds, this bowl is perfect for lunch or dinner. Swap the veggies in and out for your favourites or those you have in the fridge.
2. Carrot cake porridge
I'll admit I was sceptical when I first tried to make this carrot cake porridge, thinking it would taste too much of vegetables. Well, I promise that it doesn't as carrots have a nice sweetness and we only use a little bit. A nice change to usual fruit-based porridge recipes.
3. Wild rice vegetable soup
Three soups made it into the 10 most popular low histamine recipes of 2020 and this is the first one! This creamy wild rice vegetable soup is full of flavour from herbs and spices, and is hearty from the rice. A lovely lunch or light dinner, and a vegan and gluten-free option too.
4. Quinoa vegetable soup
Soup number two! I can hand on heart say that this quinoa vegetable soup is the one I make most often at home for lunch because it is so easy, and feels cosy and warming on a cold day. Also vegan and gluten-free. If you like you can swap herbs and spices in and out, and the vegetables too, for those you prefer on a given day.
5. Apple pie porridge
Oh porridge how much I love you on a cold winter morning! This apple pie porridge is so creamy and fruity, and all good things. A really easy one to make, I've tried it on kids and they loved it too. Should have taken a slightly more interesting photo though shouldn't I . . . !
6. Dairy-free pumpkin seed pesto
Need a quick and easy dinner? Then pesto pasta is always my go-to. Trouble is, most store-bought versions have dairy in the cheese and I am never sure whether pine nuts are OK or not. This dairy-free pumpkin seed pesto leaves out both of those ingredients, and is full of flavour from the pumpkin seeds (pepitas for my US friends!) and the basil.
7. Sweet potato fish cakes
The ultimate healthy comfort food dinner! I love sweet potato fish cakes but so many in the store have weird ingredients that I would guess aren't low histamine friendly. These aren't weird at all(!) and will be a hit with adults and kids alike I think.
8. Blueberry chia pudding
You guys sure do like chia pudding! It's been so popular these past few months when I post new versions on my Instagram, and I love it too. This blueberry chia pudding is so easy to make and full of flavour (and colour!).
9. Zucchini and cabbage soup
I have to say that I was a little surprised this zucchini and cabbage soup made it into the top ten. Not because it's not a lovely soup, but because it is very green! I guess you guys like lots of veggies, which is very healthy of you!
10. Baked peach and coconut oatmeal
This baked peach and coconut oatmeal is the best weekend morning breakfast! Hearty, fruity and will fill you up to lunchtime for sure. So easy to make, and looks pretty too!
If you like baked oatmeal there is a blueberry version in my low histamine breakfast recipes ebook (along with lots more exclusive recipes not here on the blog!).
Wishing you all the best for 2021, let's hope it is far easier than 2020 and a far more restful year for all of us.
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