Corn & Sugar-Free Homemade Ketchup

A while back I posted my homemade ketchup recipe. It’s delicious, it’s perfect, it’s wonderful…and we can no longer use it! When I first started making it, I only made it for Jed. I knew that vinegar was made from corn, but that was okay. This wasn’t for Zac. Later … Continue reading

Homemade Ketchup – Fructose Friendly

I’ve said before how Jed can’t have cooked tomatos because of his fructose malabsorption. We’ve avoided ketchup ever since. This is sad for us, because ketchup is one of our favorite condiments. One day last week I made spaghetti for dinner. I got busy and didn’t take it off the … Continue reading

Blueberry Syrup – Quick & Easy, Fructose Friendly

Earlier this week I felt energetic at breakfast and whipped up some homemade sausage patties and from scratch waffles for Jed. As the first batch of waffles cooked in the iron, I headed to the fridge to get the maple syrup. To my shock, I discovered that we’d run out! … Continue reading

Fructose-free “French’s”-style Yellow Mustard

Jed, as you may know, has fructose malabsorption. Trying to find foods that are safe for him is quite a challenge – particularly things like sausages, hot dogs, bacon…and condiments. All of those things are typically chock-full of fructose, not to mention fun things like “natural flavors” and “seasonings”. We … Continue reading

Homemade Cranberry Sauce

Just before Thanksgiving, I discovered this little gem of a recipe on Pinterest. I knew I HAD to make it for Turkey-day! Since I hadn’t ever made it before, I couldn’t share it with you before Thanksgiving, but…bookmark it for next year, folks, ’cause this one is worth adding to … Continue reading

Vegan Cauliflower Cheddar “Cheese” – Fructose-Friendly!

Oh. My. Word. Y’all. I’m happy dancing in my kitchen right now. Ok, so you know how I shared that awesome recipe for vegan cheese that I’d found? The one made from coconut milk? I love that recipe. Sadly, we had to retire it, thanks to Jed’s Fructose Malabsorption. He … Continue reading