Butternut squash is a very versatile ingredient. You can make purees, mix it with pasta, make a quiche or a casserole…The only downside of butternut squash is that it’s hard to peel and to cut into. But once you made it past those prep steps, it’s all goodness. In this article, I will show you how to make a butternut squash soup following the low histamine diet guidelines.
When you are on a low histamine diet, you are limited in your food options and it usually requires cooking from scratch meal. Don’t despair my friend, I’ve got you covered today with this simple, delicious and freezer friendly recipe (yay !). And another good thing is that it doesn’t require a lot of ingredients.
So this is a carrot and coriander soup. It’s light, fresh and nourrishing.
This recipe is quite easy to do but let’s be real : it requires a little time and effort. It’s a great recipe for a make ahead breakfast. Low histamine already-made granola is not easy to find at the store (I have never found any since usually they contain nuts that are high in histamine). The granola made with this recipe is filling and crunchy.
If you are following a low histamine diet, you are probably frustrated with all the food limitations. Don’t worry, you can still enjoy delicious meal, in this post I will give you a good example with a low histamine juice made with kale, carrot and apple. This smoothie is a great option for a breakfast but also for a snack. It’s also perfect when you feel like you need to get back on track after a “too much histamine crisis”.