I’m still trying to decide just what I’m making my sweetie for Valentine’s Day dinner.
I always chose to stay home and cook dinner for Valentine’s Day, even before gluten was off the menu. All too often the Valentine’s Day prix fix dinners were a lot of overpriced nonsense—at least around here.
For me, it’s a lot more fun to make a great meal—including a fabulous dessert—at home. The one thing I’m sure about for this year is I’ll be busting out my last bottle of Turley Zinfandel and making my raspberry and white chocolate bread pudding with lactose-free milk.
If you’re also still undecided about what to make your low FODMAP Valentine for dinner, this week’s #FODMAPfriday recipes should spark some inspiration.
Low FODMAP Valentine’s Day Recipes
- These cheeseless crackers by The Free From Fairy call for Worcestershire sauce which I always avoid due to gluten, but this amount is considered acceptable by the Monash app. You’ll just want to make sure you buy a Worcestershire that is gluten-free.
- Salmon Fish Cakes aren’t only healthy and low-FODMAP, they’re also the perfect color for Valentine’s dinner.
- Looking for a lightened up Italian dinner for your Valentine? Try this Roasted Tomatoes, Shrimp and Zoodles recipe from Kate Scarlata.
- Or, if lamb is your thing, check out this Spaghetti & Cumin-Spiced Lamb Meatballs with No-Cook Romesco Sauce recipe from Feed Me Phoebe.
- If a pitcher of sangria is part of your Valentine’s Day dinner plans, this Paella from The Fat Foodie is just the main course to accompany it. And it will give you leftovers for lunch too.
- I hope you saved room for dessert! These gluten-free butter shortbread cookies make a perfect finishing touch for your Valentine’s day dinner.
More Low-FODMAP Valentine’s Day Inspiration
Need some more Valentine’s dinner inspiration? Or looking for some of the ingredients you need to make one of these recipes? Check out my Erika’s Gluten-free Kitchen Amazon shop.