Sweet Pear Porridge

This hearty warm breakfast is low in salicylates so it’s suitable for eczema sufferers and children love it too. It’s also rich in fibre and potassium, linseeds supply omega- 3 and whole rolled oats are low GI (instant oats are high GI and not suitable).

Health benefits:

NOTE: Please note, oats contain gluten, gluten free oats means they have been processed away from gluten containing grains, however oats are still not listed on the celiac website as a safe grain, so for those who are celiac oats are not suitable. For those only sensitive to gluten, oats may be ok for you, test to see how you react.


2 cups rolled oats 4 cups (1L) water 4 teaspoons real maple syrup 2 tablespoons ground linseeds/flaxseeds

1 cup od oat, soy or rice milk 1 ripe pear

Method: If possible, soak the oats overnight in the water to germinate the grain, making it more digestible and the nutrients more available. Place oats and their water in a small saucepan. Bring to the boil and simmer for approximately 5 minutes, stirring regularly, until cooked. Serve with maple syrup, linseeds, milk and pear.

Banana 'Sushi'

This cute little recipe is a winner for our eczema friendly kiddies, or anyone really..... because even grownups love a bite-sized snack! Health benefits: Raw cashews are rich in important skin minera

Baked Breakfast Oats

This hot breakfast (or snack) is quick and easy to prepare. It's a fabulous switch up from overnight oats or porridge. Simply pop it in the oven as you're getting ready for the day and enjoy a hot, ta