Whether or not you’ve decided to start your year off on a health kick, you can still choose to start the day off with a solid breakfast (after all, that’s a much smaller commitment ;) ).
Ditching breakfast all together can be tempting to exchange for a few extra minutes of shut-eye in the morning, but with Fody’s low FODMAP breakfast recipes, you’ll be able to rise and shine without losing any precious sleep time.
What’s the best thing about these low FODMAP breakfast oats? The hint is in the title - you can prepare them overnight! Simply soak your oats, layer them up with a few other ingredients, and by the time you wake up, you’ll have a healthy, tasty (and super pretty) balanced breakfast in the morning. The presentation is up to you, but we suggest a grab n’ go container that you can take with you if you accidentally hit snooze a few too many times.
For those of you asking, “is oatmeal low FODMAP?” the answer is kinda - while oatmeal is good for your gut, it’s important to remember to limit your intake. With oats, it’s important not to get to the point where they start to trigger IBS symptoms.
To find your individual low FODMAP serving size, download Monash University’s FODMAP app.
Just as fun to eat as it is to say, this low FODMAP breakfast fri-tah-ta is like a fancier version of your everyday omelette. If you’re in for a busy day and looking for a filling low FODMAP breakfast, this potato, red pepper, and spinach dish will definitely do the trick. Not only is it quick to make, but we’ve even thought through the seasoning; flavored with our low FODMAP shallot-infused oil and Fody steak seasoning, it’ll be sure to please your palette in the early hours of the morning.
For all the pancake lovers in the house (and as a rule, there’s always at least one in the group), we’ve got a great low FODMAP breakfast idea for you! If this big, fluffy stack in the picture is already making your mouth water, you’ll definitely want to give our cornmeal blueberry pancakes a go. With under 10 ingredients on the list and just two spoonfuls of sugar in the entire batch, they’re guaranteed to be just as easy as the boxed variety - and much healthier, too!
Night owls rejoice - our next low FODMAP breakfast recipe is yet another overnighter. Great for a big group and/or a lazy Sunday brunch, this savory spin on classic American French toast is the perfect way to wake up in the morning. 100% Instagramable, 200% delicious, and absolutely low FODMAP diet-friendly, you’ll want to favorite this one in your browser so you can make it over and over again.
We heard that there’s a high demand for low FODMAP breakfast muffins in the IBS community. That’s why our resident chef, Dédé Wilson, decided to do you one better. These rhubarb muffins with yogurt & almonds actually don’t contain a single FODMAP! That’s right… in one serving, you won’t even find a teeny tiny sliver of FODMAPs. We’d like to think that gives you something to look forward to in the morning.
6. Low FODMAP Breakfast Bars
A bonus addition to the list, Fody’s low FODMAP snack bars can qualify as breakfast on days that are too busy for anything other than grab n’ go. A best-selling crowd favorite here at Fody, we’re sure that once you try them, you’ll be raving too. With 4 unique flavors to choose from, you’ll be able to stick to what you know or switch it up depending on your mood.
Has Fody got you thinking about the wee hours of the morning yet? No matter what you’re craving, we’ve got something here to satisfy your needs!