There are just a few days until my birthday. Which makes today is the start of birthday week!
I’m heading out to get my hair done, and then starting to pack for my trip to Disneyland. I’ll be sharing all the gluten-free treats from #PixarFest via Instagram if you want to join me in my birthday celebrations. Birthday week is also scheduled to include the free tickets I won for the Outside Lands music festival. They had a great lineup of gluten-free food and culinary events last time I went. I can’t wait to see what they’ve got in store for us this year…
In other news, I’m wrapping up the August edition of my low FODMAP Produce Guide and should have that live on the blog before I leave for my Disney vacation. It’s been a lot of fun pulling together the lists and great seasonal recipes that make the most of the low FODMAP fruits and vegetables you’re most likely to find at your local farmers market. If you have a great seasonal recipe for August you’d like me to include, leave a comment here and I’ll check it out.
And now, let’s get to this week’s #FODMAPfriday low FODMAP recipe round-up!
Low FODMAP Recipes
- This vegetarian green Thai curry frittata recipe is a feast for the eyes as well as a great low FODMAP breakfast option.
- If you’re looking for a frittata that’s a little less spicy, and that helps you put your abundance of zuchinni to use, try this Zucchini and Feta Frittata.
- I’m always looking for new ways to cook salmon and can’t wait to try this Mediterranean-inspired salmon in parchment paper from The Roasted Root. I’d omit the artichoke hearts if you are still in the elimination phase, as even canned at the smallest serving size is yellow for fructans.
- Lighten up your next pasta night with these turkey meatballs from FODMAP Everyday.
- Make your next weekend grilled cheese a little extra special—follow this recipe for a brie, cranberry and bacon melt via Schar.
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