IBS & Low FODMAP Diet, Low FODMAP Recipes
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Gluten Free & Low Fodmap ideas: Breakfast

In my last post I gave you my top tips for staying sane on the FODMAP diet as a coeliac. As a veteran of said diet, I want to share a few of the easy, gluten-free and FODMAP-friendly meals that I have actually enjoyed. This is the first in a series of gluten free and Low-FODMAP recipe ideas, starting with the most important meal of the day.

1. Gluten free cornflakes + rice / almond milk + FODMAP-friendly fruit. Blueberries, raspberries and bananas all work well. Small glass of freshly-squeezed orange juice on the side.


I like Whole Earth cornflakes. Some of my faves from the cookbook stash in the background.

2. Rice porridge with rice or almond milk + optional maple or golden syrup or jam. Hearty and reasonably healthy.


Sainsbury’s do a Freefrom rice and buckwheat porridge, I buy the beautifully packaged Delicious Alchemy rice porridge from ASDA.

3. Genius Pain au chocolat. Love these. The only gluten free pastry I have continually repurchased in 21 years of being coeliac.

Image courtesy of and copyright to Genius. Mmmmmeltedchoc.

4. Lactose free yoghurt (I like Lindahl’s, it tastes similar to Total Greek yoghurt) with FODMAP-friendly fruit + sunflower seeds or maple syrup.

Bonus beardy Turkish man.

5.Traditional English breakfast! FODMAP style: gluten-free sausages that do not contain any soybean flour, onion or garlic (look out for Heck and Debbie & Andrew’s 97% pork sausages) served with grilled tomatoes, scrambled eggs and bacon.


Gluten free and FODMAP-friendly lunch, dinner, snacks and treats to come! Thanks for reading,


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