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Smash Your FODMAP Diet Plan with our Best Ever FODMAP Recipes

September 2,2020

Low FODMAP eating doesn’t have to be a drag. We love food, so we’ve created low FODMAP recipe versions for some of your favourite dishes – meaning that no one has to miss out.

This is your ultimate guide to our best low FODMAP recipes – these are guaranteed crowd pleasers that the entire family will love. We hope you enjoy this selection of our twelve favourite recipes, including main meals, sides, snacks and desserts.

All-Day Breakfast

Low FODMAP Savoury Pikelets (gluten free)

It’s easy to get stuck in a rut when it comes to breakfast, and this simple recipe for savoury pikelets is a good way to mix things up. Protein-packed and delicious, they also make the perfect addition to school lunchboxes and afternoon snacks. Find the recipe here.

Oven Baked Eggs with Veggies

There is nothing more satisfying than a hearty cooked breakfast, and this dish is packed with healthy veggies to up the nutrients. This one is easy to make, and doesn’t need any fancy ingredients – it’s also a great way to use up any leftover vegetables. Find the recipe here.

Low FODMAP Vanilla and Apple Muffins

Need to grab breakfast on the run? These low FODMAP vanilla and apple muffins make the perfect healthy breakfast for those of us on the go in the mornings. They are also a quick and easy option to pop into the kids’ lunchboxes if you’re in a rush. Find the recipe here.

Sides and Snacks

Low FODMAP Garlic Bread

Think you can’t have garlic bread on a low FODMAP diet? Think again. We’ve created this recipe using low FODMAP garlic-infused olive oil, and it’s absolutely delicious. So you can have the flavour and aroma of garlic bread, without the fructans! Find the recipe here.

Low FODMAP Mac n Cheese Muffins

These low FODMAP mac n cheese muffins are the perfect lunchbox addition for kids who aren’t keen on sandwiches. These portable snacks are ideal for those with fussy appetites, and they are so easy to make – you could even make them with the kids. Find the recipe here.

Low FODMAP Nicely Nutty Museli Slice

We’ve come up with our own low FODMAP version of a deliciously nutty muesli slice – drizzled with exquisite dark chocolate. The delicious taste and crunchy roasted flavour make them crowd favourites, and they are also a high source of fibre and protein. Find the recipe here.

Main Meals

Low FODMAP Mediterranean Fish and Veggies

The Mediterranean diet has been hailed as one of the healthiest ways of eating, and the good news is that it’s possible to eat this way and stay low FODMAP at the same time. Why not add some Mediterranean flair to your low FODMAP diet plan? Find the recipe here.

Low FODMAP Salmon Fritters

Our low FODMAP salmon fritters are simple to prepare and make for a great entrée or light meal. They are high in heart friendly omega 3, and are also a low FODMAP and non dairy source of calcium. Minimal prep time, and simple to cook. Find the recipe here.

Low FODMAP Gnocchi Bolognese

Our delicious low FODMAP gnocchi bolognese recipe is a hearty and satisfying dish that can be enjoyed by the whole family. The rich and aromatic tomato based-sauce is perfect when paired with FODMAP friendly gnocchi, and requires very little prep. Find the recipe here.

Desserts

Low FODMAP Berry Crumble

This delicious rhubarb and berry dessert takes the humble crumble and gives it a low FODMAP twist, so the whole family can enjoy it. Served warm from the oven, we recommend that it be paired with lactose-free vanilla ice cream as a finishing touch. Find the recipe here.

Low FODMAP Hot Cross Buns

No longer just a festive favourite at Easter, hot cross buns can be enjoyed all year round. Our low FODMAP hot cross buns recipe means that you never have to miss out, and you can safely include these delicious spicy buns in your low FODMAP diet plan. Find the recipe here.

Low FODMAP Banana Cake with Lemon Icing

Using LoFo Pantry flour, this light and fluffy banana cake recipe hits all the right notes, topped with tangy lemon icing that will have you going back for a second and third serving. This classic dessert can now be enjoyed by everyone on a low FODMAP diet plan. Find the recipe here.

We hope you enjoy our favourite low FODMAP recipes. For more tasty and healthy low FODMAP meal plans and recipes, check out our Everyday Nutrition blog.

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