Is it possible to have a low-FODMAP Thanksgiving? You bet it is.
If you’re following the low-FODMAP diet over the holidays, you have many options for comforting, delicious dishes that you and your family and friends will love. Whether you’re expecting family or friends and need to get cooking, or you’re bringing over a dish to share, you can start first by checking out my Low-FODMAP Fall and Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup 2016! It contains 22 low-FODMAP recipes and my roundup for this year (below) has 11 more. You can also take a look at my Low-FODMAP Thanksgiving Guide which shares some quick general tips about what you can enjoy and what you should avoid on Thanksgiving.
I hope you enjoy this roundup and have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Thank you again to everyone who participated in this year’s roundup!
- Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes, The FODMAP Formula, Amy Agur
- Low-FODMAP Gravy, The FODMAP Formula, Amy Agur
- Roasted Pumpkin Soup, A Less Irritable Life, Glenda Bishop
- Sprouted Jasmine Rice w/ Pomegranate, Feta, Pine Nuts, and Fresh Herbs, The Spicy RD, EA Stewart
- Steamed Greens with Dukkah and Lemon, A Less Irritable Life, Glenda Bishop
- Maple Glazed Sweet Potatoes, The Friendly Gourmand, Nataliya Friend
- Lemon Scented Smoked Salmon Risotto, FODMAPPED
- Beer and Brown Sugar Brined Turkey, FODMAP Everyday, Dédé Wilson
Mmm-mm-mmm Low-FODMAP Dessert!
- Mini Gluten Free Pecan Pie Tarts, The Spicy RD, EA Stewart
- Pumpkin Spice Bundt Cake, FODMAP Life, Colleen Francioli
- Pumpkin Pie with Gingerbread Crust, The Friendly Gourmand, Nataliya Friend
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Be good to yourself and your gut!