FODY's Low FODMAP Diet Blog!

Whether you have a little extra time in the kitchen these days, or you’re just dead bored of ham sandwiches for lunch everyday, these 5 low FODMAP lunch ideas will give you the midday boost you’ve been looking for. 

All the low FODMAP ingredients you need can be found at your local grocery store or bought online at Fody’s low FODMAP food shop, so you have no excuses…. Let's get cooking!

Low FODMAP Steak & Millet Grain Bowl

Steak and Millet Low FODMAP Grain Bowl
As delicious as it is colorful, this hearty low FODMAP steak and grain bowl is a meat lovers' dream lunch. With under 10 ingredients, you’ll be able to whip up this gourmet meal in just 10 minutes, any day of the week.

Low FODMAP Turkey and Rice Bowl

This Low FODMAP fiesta-in-a-bowl is almost as good as a vacation to Mexico (since we can’t physically be there right now). Feeling extra tropical? Pair this bowl with a low FODMAP pina colada, put some ocean noises on in the background, close your eyes, and pretend you’re on the beach.

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Red Rice and Vegetable Low FODMAP Salad 

Red Rice & Vegetable Low FODMAP Salad

Brunch isn’t a meal, it’s a state of mind. It also happens to be one of our favorite traditions! As two perfectly poached eggs run into the rice giving it a delectable texture, you’ll wonder why you’ve never tried our red rice and vegetable low FODMAP salad before!

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Easy Low FODMAP Tomato-Basil Soup

 

tomato and basil low fodmap soup

Fody friends looking for a bit of comfort food can expect all that and more from this homey low FODMAP tomato-basil soup recipe. Add a bit of crunch using gluten-free ciabatta croutons, or dip your favorite low FODMAP sandwich in for a lunchtime combo that rivals your neighborhood deli.

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Low FODMAP Pasta with Spinach, Prosciutto and Peas

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A new addition to our low FODMAP recipe book, this Italian-inspired low FODMAP pasta is sophisticated on the palette and super easy to make, even for beginner chefs. In our version, we use spinach, peas, scallions and dill, but in a pinch, this is a great low FODMAP recipe to throw together with any low FODMAP green vegetables you have left over between trips to the grocery store.

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Home chefs of America, are you ready to get cooking? Start by gathering the low FODMAP ingredients you’ll need to complete your mise en place!