Low FODMAP Holiday Recipes

Holiday season is here, and you know what that means—spending time with loved ones, sharing good times and good food. Did that last bit give you pause? Living with IBS (and other gut-related diseases) can make navigating holiday meals difficult.

Luckily, low FODMAP recipes are here to save the day (and your gut)! We’ve put together a list of some of our favorites to help you plan a wonderful holiday meal, all the way from appetizers to dessert and drinks.

Appetizer: Fody Food Co.

At Fody Food Co., they believe that, “living life to the fullest means eating that way, too.” Their mission is to create ridiculously delicious and convenient gut-friendly foods for those with digestive troubles. They’ve come up with plenty of mouthwatering holiday recipes too; we love their Crostini with Lemon Thyme Goat Cheese!

Crostini with Lemon Thyme Goat Cheese


Soup & Salad: Rachel Pauls Food

Rachel Pauls Food creates delicious lab-certified low FODMAP food from the recipes of FODMAP expert Dr. Rachel Pauls. Their motto is, "good food, good mood," and they definitely have the recipes to back that up! They offer a huge list of tasty holiday dishes; their Pumpkin & Sweet Potato Soup has us feeling quite festive.

Pumpkin & Sweet Potato Soup

Main Course: A Little Bit Yummy

A Little Bit Yummy is dedicated to, “helping you find your happy gut place.” They've done their research to put together the best resources to make the low FODMAP diet easy and delicious. Their gorgeous Roast Chicken with Stuffing & Homemade Gravy is destined to be the star of your holiday dinner show!


Low FODMAP Roast Chicken with Stuffing & Homemade Gravy

Dessert: Delicious as it Looks

Delicious as it Looks, “creates recipes for people with sensitive bellies.” Founder Dianne also has a love of photographing food, so the images included with her recipes look as good as they taste! It’ll be easy to satisfy your guests’ sweet tooth with her Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars recipe.

Drinks: FODMAPeveryday

FODMAPeveryday puts the, “lusciousness and excitement back into your meals.” Their goal is to give you the knowledge and confidence to shop for foods that are delicious, nutritious, and won't trigger your IBS symptoms. They want you to, “love food again, because the food you are eating is loving you back.” They’ve got plenty of refreshing drink recipes to choose from too; we’re fans of their Ginger Pomegranate Pear Sparkler (non-alcoholic).

Low FODMAP Ginger Pomegranate Pear Sparkler

Navigating meals during the holidays can be intimidating. Armed with these low FODMAP recipes and a once daily probiotic like Visbiome, you can live your best holiday life with confidence!

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