Top 5 Easy To Make Low FODMAP Meals

Top 5 Easy to Make Low FODMAP Meals 

Learn how low-FODMAP recipes can help you or someone in your family manage their symptoms better. With a simple Low FODMAP diet plan, it is possible to enjoy eating delicious food again! There are many benefits of following a FODMAP diet for healthy living, but the main benefits are finding out what foods trigger your digestive symptoms.  

Here are 5 easy recipes that provide the nutrients you need and tons of flavor. This article offers delicious Low FODMAP recipes that you must try as well as tips for more healthy living guidance! 

These recipes will empower you to receive optimum nutrition and show how certain foods can be incorporated into daily life so that they target specific health issues. 

With these easy-to-follow instructions and easy-to-find ingredients, you can feel at your best. We hope you enjoy the following recipes and put your own creative spin on them. Get started on healing yourself by getting control of your diet with these low FODMAP recipes. 

 Note: Always consult the Monash University Low FODMAP App for guidance on quantities of each ingredient to ensure you are following a Low FODMAP diet.  

Low FODMAP foods

BBQ Pulled Chicken with Broccoli and Roasted Potatoes 

What you will need to get started: 

  • A Rotisserie Chicken 
  • 2-4 Idaho Potatoes 
  • 2 Heads of Broccoli 
  • Himalayan Sea Salt 
  • Black Pepper 
  • FODY Foods BBQ Sauce 

First, you will clean and cut your Idaho potatoes and heads of broccoli (note: the heads of broccoli are Low FODMAP while the stalks are higher FODMAP). Once they are cut and clean then you will put the broccoli in a pot of boiling water until they are soft. The potatoes will be roasted in olive oil on a stovetop till they are golden and crispy. Next, you will pull shreds of chicken from the rotisserie chicken and soak it FODY Foods BBQ sauce. Once it has soaked in the BBQ sauce, you can reheat it in a pan and then plate it alongside the roasted potatoes and boiled broccoli. Add a dash of Himalayan Sea salt and black pepper! Now all that is left to do is enjoy your delicious BBQ pulled chicken with broccoli and roasted potatoes. 

Garden Beef Frittata 

What you will need to get started: 

  • 6 Eggs 
  • Lean Ground Beef 
  • Fresh Spinach Leaves 
  • Fresh Tomatoes 
  • Himalayan Sea Salt 
  • Black Pepper 

First, you will start with a glass dish that you will spray with olive oil spray. Then you will prepare your fresh vegetables by cleaning and cutting them to your desired sizes. Next, you will cook your ground beef on the stovetop till it is lightly browned. The last thing you will need to do is crack your eggs into the glass dish and whisk them till fully yellow. Then you will add in your other ingredients along with Himalayan Sea salt and black pepper. Now all you must do is put the frittata in the oven for 20 minutes at 375 degrees. Pull it out and let it cool before taking your first bite. For extra flavor, you can add a Low FODMAP-friendly salsa from FODY Foods. 

Steak with Chimichurri and Grilled Peppers 

What you will need to get started: 

This recipe is super easy to make! Slice your steak and peppers and place them in a pan with a little olive oil on your stovetop. Now you just place your heat on high and cook the steak and peppers together. While the steak and peppers are cooking, you can mix up your Chimichurri sauce by following the instructions provided by Fun Without FODMAPs. Once the steak is cooked to your liking, you can add the steak and peppers to your plate and drizzle your Chimichurri steak on top. 

Quinoa and Veggie Bowl with Chipotle 

What you will need to get started: 

  • Organic Quinoa 
  • Fresh Veggies of your choice 
  • Chipotle Mayo from FODMAP Everyday 

This is a delicious vegetarian meal that is extremely easy to make. First, you make the quinoa on the stovetop in a pot of boiling water. Next, you will clean and chop your veggies and then throw them in with the quinoa. Then you will work on making the Chipotle Mayo with help from FODMAP Everday's instructions. Once the quinoa and veggies are done, you can mix in the Chipotle Mayo to your desired amount. That is it! Now you have a delicious and nutritious vegetarian Low FODMAP meal. 

Lemon-Parsley Salmon with Broccoli and Home Potatoes 

What you will need to get started: 

  • Organic Salmon Filet 
  • 2 Heads of Broccoli 
  • 2 Potatoes 
  • 2 Lemons 
  • Parsley 

First, you will skin the salmon and place it in a glass cooking dish where you will season it with lemon juice, parsley, Himalayan Sea Salt, and black pepper. Then you will place it in the oven at 375 degrees for 30 minutes. Next, you will cut and wash your potatoes and broccoli while a pot of water comes to boil. You will add in your vegetables together and let them boil until they are soft. Then you will plate the vegetables with your baked salmon and add any other Low FODMAP seasoning that you would like to top it off. Now, you can enjoy your deliciously fresh, Low FODMAP salmon meal. 

What if you do not have time to cook? 

What if you do not have time to cook or want to make the Low FODMAP diet easier, but all these Low FODMAP dishes sound so delicious to you? Luckily, ModifyHealth makes all these Low FODMAP dishes and ships them fully prepared right to your front door. All you must do is heat and eat! If you are interested in checking out their Low FODMAP menu, then click here: Low FODMAP menu 

Here are some FAQs about the Low FODMAP diet 

If you are new to the Low FODMAP diet then you might have some basic questions about the diet itself, which we try to address below. 

Can a low FODMAP diet help me lose weight? 

Most people battle obesity and unhealthy eating habits thus wasting their hard-earned income and resources looking for ways to reverse these ailments. Millions of patients today have realized how tasking and excruciating these problems can be, but they remain helpless about the situation owing to a lack of proper information and guidance to solve this anomaly. 

The fact remains that if you are suffering from excessive weight gain and a protruding belly that has refused to go despite your actions, then you are getting it wrong somewhere in your nutrition. However, the Low FODMAP diet is not typically used for weight loss. The Mediterranean diet is a timeless diet that has been shown to encourage healthy weight loss along with other amazing health benefits. If you are interested in learning more about the Mediterranean diet, then click here: Mediterranean diet 

Is the low FODMAP diet a restrictive diet?  

The Low FODMAP diet can be restrictive, but that all depends on the person and what FODMAPs trigger their negative digestive symptoms. Once you identify your triggers then it will be easier to reintroduce foods you love and personalize your diet to ensure you can have a happy and healthy relationship with food. 

Enjoying the Low Fodmap Life 

The low FODMAP diet is a wonderful way to reduce symptoms that stem from chronic digestive conditions such as IBS, IBD, Crohn’s, and SIBO. As many people say, food is medicine, and the best medicine should taste great. Take charge of your life by controlling what you eat by utilizing the Low FODMAP diet.  

If you would like to try the Low FODMAP diet but make it easier, then you should give ModifyHealth’s Low FODMAP meal plan a try. Their fully prepared Low FODMAP meals and optional dietitian support make the diet easy for anyone to follow. Click the link to explore their Low FODMAP meal plan: Low FODMAP meal plan