Eating low FODMAP is hard – having to avoid onion, garlic, and many favourite fruits and vegetable make our regular go-to recipes kaput until after the reintroduction phase. If you aren’t someone very confident in the kitchen, modifying recipes can seem overwhelming!
Luckily, my colleagues have some AMAZING low FODMAP recipes. From breakfast to late-night snacks, these are tried and tested – all delicious and simple to make!
Top 10 low FODMAP Recipes
Dark Chocolate Granola by Alana Scott of A Little Bit Yummy
This low FODMAP, gluten-free recipe brings the best of both worlds together: chocolate and breakfast. This granola can easily be paired with Greek yogurt or almond milk for a quick and energizing breakfast!
Hash Brown Egg Nests by Kate Scarlata, RD
Jazz up your bacon and eggs brunch routine with these low FODMAP egg nests instead. The combination of a crunchy hash brown filled with squash, poached egg, bacon, cheese and herbs brings your taste buds to the next level!
French Oven Beef Stew by Lauren Renlund, RD
A hearty-beef stew is the ideal lunch item for surviving through an arduous winter. This flavorful stew is packed with carrots, celery, parsnip, unskinned potatoes, and pieces of tender beef. This recipe ensures that you have enough leftovers for portioning in the freezer for multiple meals over the week!
Low FODMAP Instant Pot Chicken Soup by Kate Watson, RD
Chicken soup is perfect for the soul. The Instant Pot does it all and allows you to enjoy a delicious meal in under 30 minutes. The best part is that you can relax for 15 minutes while the soup cooks itself and fills the room with a delightful aroma!
Fettuccine with Salmon & Vegetables by Joanne Baker, APD
If you are a seafood lover, this salmon fettuccine is sure to suit your appetite. The roasted vegetables add depth to the dish, making it a perfect crowd pleaser for family gatherings.
Risotto with Sweet Italian Sausage by Patsy Catsos, RD
Looking for a tasty alternative to plain rice? Try out this easy risotto with sweet Italian sausage. The unique flavour of chicken, sun-dried tomato, and red bell pepper explodes in every bite, making it a flavour bomb!
Carrot Ginger Oatmeal Cups by Stephanie Clairmont, RD
If you are always on the run, these carrot ginger oatmeal cups will surely keep you fuelled and ready to take on the day. Packed with the wholesome goodness of whole grains, vitamins and fibre, they are a perfect pairing for your morning or afternoon coffees.
Tangy Lime low FODMAP Hummus by Audrey Inouye, RD
If you thought the low FODMAP diet means farewell to hummus, then you need to try out this tangy lime hummus. It’s garlic-free and easy to whip together, making it a tasty and nutritious dip for your vegetables during snack time.
Low FODMAP Tabouleh Salad by Andrea Hardy, RD
If you enjoy eating salads, then this refreshing Tabouleh Salad is a must-try! The combination of mint, parsley, and quinoa along with the citrusy of lemon will satisfy your hunger for a new flavour.
Gluten Free Peanut Butter Brownie by Becky Excell
Do you like brownies? What if we add peanut butter to the equation? This dairy-free, low FODMAP brownie is sure to make you go ‘nuts’ with its gooey goodness!
And that’s my 10 low FODMAP recipes for IBS management. Of course, you can always hop over to the Ignite Low FODMAP recipe section for more low FODMAP and gut health recipe ideas.
Do you have any other tasty low FODMAP recipes? Share in the comments below!
Thanks for including us in your recipe round up!
Anytime Alana I SOOO appreciate all the hard work you put into creating amazing low FODMAP recipes – I sent my patients to your website ALL the time!