So far, March has served up a different season almost every day for us in Northern California. We seem to swing from freezing cold that brings unexpected snow to low altitudes to sandals and Spring dresses weather and back again. Often overnight.
This makes meal planning a little bit of a challenge. That hearty low FODMAP chili that’s perfect for a day you bundle up to go outside isn’t the best fit for a 74-degree day. And as much as I love my lettuce wraps, they just don’t feel substantial enough if the heater has been going full blast all day.
I prefer to do a weekly meal plan, but lately, I’ve been leaning heavily on the fact that I can easily place smaller more frequent food orders from my favorite online food delivery services. As a city apartment dweller, with a small fridge and never enough cupboard space, you just can’t keep that much food on hand. So it’s nice to have a workaround so we don’t get stuck eating a week’s worth of Instantpot comfort food when the weather turns summery.
This Week’s Low FODMAP Recipes
- I never loved meatloaf while growing up, but this easy low FODMAP meatloaf recipe looks like one I’d like.
- I’ve been making a lot of quinoa salads lately and will have to give this Greek Quinoa Salad from Lauren Renlund a try.
- I’m a huge fan of parsnips but can get tired of eating them roasted. I can’t wait to try this Creamy Parsnip Puree from Gutsy by Nature.
- It can be hard to find delicious naan bread to go with your curries. Luckily, it’s easy to make it yourself! Check out this Gluten Free Quick Naan Bread recipe from The Free From Fairy.
- I’ve been experimenting with the Case de Sante seasonings (disclosure: I was sent some at no cost to try out) and can’t wait to try their Low FODMAP Adobo-Braised Whole Chicken with Potatoes & Greens recipe.
- Spice up your low #FODMAP dinner repertoire with this One Pan Roasted Shrimp Adobo with Tomatoes and Green Beans recipe from Kate Scarlata.
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