What I Eat in a Day – Gluten Free and Low Fodmap

As much as I love to find new places to eat and buy cake, I thought I would give you a taster of my everyday life; what I eat when I am at work and how I prep food for the week.

I like to prep as much food as I can on Sunday, so it means that my weekday evenings are less rushed and stressed.


Now breakfast is an odd one – if I am going into the office I have a chicken breast for breakfast (cut into chunks).  I cook some chicken breast on a Sunday night ready for the week. If I start my day with protein I find I am fuller for longer.

If I am working from home or it is a weekend, I generally have two slices of gluten free toast, one with Peanut Butter on (usually Whole Earth) and one with Nutella on.


If you follow my Instagram account then you will know that I am little obsessed with overnight oats (gluten free of course).  These are so easy to prep on a Sunday evening for the week ahead, and also are very flexible.

My personal overnight oats include a Okyos yoghurt, Quakers gluten free oats, almond milk, flaxseeds, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, hemp seeds and I usually top with a few raspberries.


I love my current lunch that I make, its quick and easy, and you can add in as many different vegetables as you want.

I fry spinach, brocolli, edamame beans, bok choi and bell peppers in garlic oil for a few minutes, then I add in three eggs and stir. This makes an egg stir fry and then once its all cooked I add gluten free soy sauce.  I love this!

If I don’t have this, I may make something with grilled chicken or a baked eggs dish.


As my afternoon snack, I have a bag of Walkers Baked crisps, ready salted and often have a tin of sardines.


Dinner is my most changeable meal and I don’t prep this unless I am going out to a fitness event after work.

Some examples of dinners I have are:

  • Gluten free sausages (Asda own brand and Heck are both good low fodmap options)
  • Coconut Haddock
  • Steak and vegetables
  • Prawns and scallops with courgette noodles in coconut milk
  • Tuna mayonaise and boiled egg salad (perfect for hot summer evenings)
  • My low fodmap curry recipe
  • Omelettes
  • Cheeseburger casserole
  • Roast Chicken

If you would like any further details about the above dishes/meal ideas, please email me or comment below.

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