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Gluten Free & Low FODMAP ideas: Lunches and Dinners

Once your Low-FODMAP breakfast goes down, you’re going to need some FODMAP-friendly lunch and dinner. For me, the two meals are interchangeable. Lunch is usually made up of leftovers from whatever creation I made the night(s) before. As a FODMAP-avoiding-coeliac, there is very little (if any) choice of ready-made food to buy out and about, so it is much easier and tastier to D.I.Y. I’ve brought a bunch of basic recipes together here, I hope this might inspire some fellow FODMAPpers to try something new. 1. Roasted fennel and red pepper pasta bake. Simple comfort food. Roast the veg with some olive oil or garlic-infused olive oil, salt, pepper, Italian herbs. A few cherry tomatoes could go well too. Stir in cooked gluten free pasta when almost done, and roast a little longer with added mozzarella and parmesan on the top. Take out when the cheese is melted. 2. Red grape, goats cheese and green bean salad. Add sunflower seeds for crunch. Chuck it all together, dress to your taste. 3. Pizza. I use Isabel’s Gluten Free Pizza Mix*, which …

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. 2. Rice porridge with rice or almond milk + optional maple or golden syrup or jam. Hearty and reasonably healthy. 3. Genius Pain au chocolat. Love these. The only gluten free pastry I have continually repurchased in 21 years of being coeliac. 4. Lactose free yoghurt (I like Lindahl’s, it tastes similar to Total Greek yoghurt) with FODMAP-friendly fruit + sunflower seeds or maple syrup. 5.Traditional English breakfast! FODMAP style: gluten-free sausages that do not contain any soybean flour, onion or garlic (look out for Heck …