Bays Kitchen produce tasty FODMAP food perfect for those with IBS

Are you looking for a sauces, chutneys or soups which contain no dairy and no eggs? then Bay’s Kitchen food is the perfect solution as not only are their sauces dairy free, but is gluten free and FODMAP friendly.

What is FODMAP though you might ask?

FODMAP stands for fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides and polyols, which are short chain carbohydrates (sugars) that the small intestine absorbs poorly. Some people experience digestive distress after eating them.

Low-FODMAP diets can provide remarkable benefits for many people with common digestive disorders. Simply FODMAPs are types of carbohydrates found in certain foods, including wheat and beans.

Many foods that contain FODMAPs are considered very healthy and some FODMAPs function like healthy prebiotic fibers, supporting your friendly gut bacteria. Therefore, people who can tolerate these types of carbs should not avoid them.

Bay’s Kitchen produce award winning low FODMAP sauces and chutneys which is suitable for all with diet issues and for those who might be suffering with IBS. Bay’s Kitchen healthy produce is not just a healthy source to have stored in your cupboards but they are also a great way to cook some easy quick tasty meals for example with their Korma you can make a vegetarian one or if you like meat a chicken korma.

I was gifted a few of their sauces from Bay’s Kitchen to try on a press related basis to show me that you don’t always have to have dairy or egg within produce to make it tasty.

Bay’s Kitchen

Founder Bay Burdett of Bay’s Kitchen produce award winning low FODMAP produce which ideal for people with IBS plus those who are vegan and who are gluten tolerant.

As a sufferer herself of IBS suffering for many years with uncomfortable symptoms on a daily or weekly basis suffering with cramps, fatigue, back pain, bloating and the other symptoms of IBS she decided to change her diet. Discovering that there was not a lot of variety for people with IBS Bay decided to produce her own FODMAP food and that is how her business Bay’s Kitchen started.

Her produce is easy on the stomach and makes cooking that much easier. As all her sauces and chutneys are vegan, gluten free and FODMAP friendly. All are tasty and convenient just open the jar and add to your vegetables or meat (if you are a carnivore).

Bay’s Kitchen is so tasty that they have even won a Gold & Silver award at the Free From Food Awards. As with all their produce care is taken and they always listen to their customers to bring new flavours.

Their mission is to continue to expand their range of low FODMAP foods to offer people suffering with digestive issues top quality delicious food that meets to their dietary needs and lifestyle.

Healthier cooking made easier

Even though I do eat dairy which I really shouldn’t as sometimes I do get a allergic reaction with some dairy products unsettling my stomach so to learn that their sauces and chutneys contains no diary or eggs at all it was a blessing as after eating using their produce I had no issues with my stomach after.

I love the design of the labelling by Bay’s Kitchen looks classy and can easy see the produce within each jar.

With their condiments I used in the usual manner as table sauces and with their other sauces I made some dishes from Bay’s Kitchen Recipe page and even got a little creative and created my very own vegetarian dish using Bay’s Kitchen Maple and Chipotle Mayonnaise.

Bay’s Kitchen Tomato Ketchup (270g) and BBQ Sauce (270g) I used simply with my burger and chips dinner. I dipped my chips within the Tomato Ketchup and with the BBQ Sauce I poured over my homemade burger.

The Tomato Ketchup is packed with flavour, so red and tomatoey. What I loved though about this sauce in particular was that it contains no onion and garlic which was great as I don’t like onion that much. The only one thing I would say though about this sauce even though it has a great flavour the sauce is runnier than other tomato ketchups.

Ingredients: Tomato Passata (53%), Tomato Puree (13%), Spirit Vinegar, Sugar, Water, Dextrose, Cornflour, Sundried Tomatoes (1%), Salt, Olive Oil, Paprika, Black Pepper

The BBQ Sauce is lovely and brown and has as rich smoky flavour to it. The only thing I would say is that again the sauce is a little looser than other brown sauce however made it a lot easier to pour so I think it is better looser.

Ingredients: Tomato Passata, Spirit Vinegar, Dark Muscovado Sugar, Tomato Puree, Water, Sugar, Salt, Cornflour, Smoked Paprika (1.5%), Cayenne Pepper, Black Pepper

Bay’s Kitchen Garden Herb Vegan Mayonnaise (260g) I used this to make a very saucy egg sandwich. Simply I boiled some eggs, sliced them up and mixed with a few tablespoons of Maple & Chipotle Mayonnaise. Then added in between bread with a few leaves on lettuce.

This Garden Herb Vegan Mayonnaise was a real treat. Herby and tangy. I loved that the mayonnaise has a large mix of herbs within of parsley, thyme, sage and tarragon. Perfect for any sandwich or salad I say. However again a little looser than other mayonnaises but tastes a lot better than other mayonnaises due to it’s tanginess and hint of herb flavour.

Ingredients: Rapeseed Oil (68%), Water, Spirit Vinegar, Dijon Mustard (Water, Mustard Seed, Spirit Vinegar, Salt), Sugar, Salt, Herbs (1.3%) (Parsley, Thyme, Sage, Tarragon), Cornflour, Concentrated Lemon Juice, Emulsifier: Xanthan Gum, Preservative: Potassium Sorbate

Bay’s Kitchen Katsu Curry (260g) I made a few dishes from Bay’s Kitchen recipe page.

I made using their recipe Aromatic Katsu Fish Curry. Produced a beautiful light, refreshing seafood dish. The sauce is creamy and fragrant so it will work with most meat and seafood.

Ingredients: Water, Coconut Cream (30%), Wheat Free Soy Sauce (7%) (Water, Soybean, Salt, Rice, Alcohol), Dextrose, Cornflour, Curry Powder (2.7%) (Coriander, Turmeric, Fenugreek, Chilli, Salt, Cumin, Fennel, Mustard, Black Pepper), Ginger, Rapeseed Oil, Concentrated Lemon Juice, Turmeric

Bay’s Kitchen Mild Korma (260g) I made a few dishes from Bay’s Kitchen recipe page.

I made using their recipes their Spinach Paneer Korma and their Aubergine, Chicken & Spinach Korma. Each dish was great with the Mild Korma sauce being creamy, coconutty with that little touch of heat.

Ingredients: Coconut Cream (34%), Water, Tomatoes, Ginger, Dextrose, Rapeseed Oil, Cornflour, Turmeric, Garam Masala (Coriander Seed, Cumin, Ginger, Cassia, Black Pepper, Cloves) (1.3%), Salt, Concentrated Lemon Juice, Cumin, Cardamom

Bay’s Kitchen Maple & Chipotle Mayonnaise (260g) I used to make a Sweet Potato Maple & Chipotle Gratin.

Recipe ingredients

  • 6 tbsp Bay’s Kitchen Maple & Chipotle Mayonnaise
  • 3 sweet potatoes (about 1kg), peeled, sliced using a mandolin
  • 1 tsp salt, to season
  • ½ cup cubed feta
  • coriander leaves
  • salt and pepper to season


  1. Preheat the oven to 170C.
  2. Peel and slice the sweet potatoes thinly
  3. Mix the potatoes and 5 tbsp of Bay’s Kitchen Maple & Chipotle Mayonnaise
  4. Rub a 20cm-diameter round earthenware dish with a little oil then layer or arrange the potato slices, seasoning with salt as you go. Spoon over the remainder tbsp of Bay’s Kitchen Maple & Chipotle Mayonnaise over the potatoes.
  5. Roast in the oven for 45 to 55 minutes, until cooked. Gently poke a fork into a potato slice to see if cooked, if you are met with any resistance, continue to cook for additional 10 minutes.
  6. Remove from oven once cooked and scatter over the feta cubes, pushing some pieces under the slices of potato so it melts.
  7. Top with coriander, season with salt and pepper and serve.

This gratin was gorgeous. The sauce provided sweetness and that hint of spice to the whole dish.

Ingredients: Rapeseed Oil (68%), Water, Maple Syrup (5.6%), Spirit Vinegar, Dijon Mustard (Water, Mustard Seed, Spirit Vinegar, Salt), Salt, Cornflour, Chipotle Chilli (0.5%), Concentrated Lemon Juice, Smoked Paprika, Emulsifier: Xanthan Gum, Preservative: Potassium Sorbate

All of Bay’s Kitchen sauces were easy to use and tasted great.

Which sauce took your fancy?

Happy stomach

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Bay’s Kitchen sauces all in all, tasted amazing and were so easy to use. Everything about them from the jar design to the ingredients was everything that one could ask for if looking for a dairy free produce to use to create some amazing dishes with. The only thing I would say though is that I just wish the sauces were a little thicker as most were quite loose. However apart from that I would definitely purchase their products again.

My favourite sauce from the range I was gifted was most certainly Bay’s Kitchen Maple & Chipotle Mayonnaise as it was sweet and tangy. Plus I loved their Tomato Ketchup as rich in tomato flavour and was easy to pour.

I Highly recommend purchasing any of Bay’s Kitchens products if you suffer with IBS or just looking for a great new tasting sauce to add to your food.

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Bay’s Kitchen
PO Box 1356
GL50 9HJ
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0) 1242 335247

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Thank you Bay’s Kitchen for letting me sample some of your delicious FODMAP sauces. All views are of my own honest opinion.

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