We’ve barely gotten past Halloween and it’s already Christmas in all the shops. I’m so not ready for that yet!
I mean, yes, I know what low FODMAP and gluten-free Christmas cookies I’m baking. But my focus right now is on Thanksgiving dinner. One holiday at a time, please!
I’ve started searching Pinterest for ideas for Thanksgiving sides, and ideas for a crowd-pleasing seasonal punch recipe. We always try to have a fun cocktail on offer, but this year I want to find something that’s easy to prepare in advance and let folks self-serve.
Last year, we tried a make-your-own cocktail bar. It was a fun idea, but let’s get real—most of your dinner guests are going to feel a little overwhelmed by the idea of mixing up their own cocktail—even if you give them a few recipe cards. So, if you have any recipes for a fun, Fall rum or bourbon-based punch, let me know! And now, on to this week’s low FODMAP recipes!
Low FODMAP and Gluten-free Recipes
- Winner, winner, chicken dinner! Check out this low FODMAP Chicken Milanese recipe from Strands of My Life.
- While you need to keep the amount of cabbage you eat in moderation on the low FODMAP diet, this tuna and cabbage pesto skillet dinner looks delicious.
- Crisp fall days are perfect for soup. This low FODMAP parsnip soup with crispy pork and oyster mushrooms from Fun Without FODMAPs is going into my Instant Pot this week.
- I’m also excited to check out this low FODMAP Italian Wedding Soup recipe from Jay’s Baking Me Crazy. It looks like the perfect weekday lunch.
- Buckwheat provides an interesting twist in this low FODMAP carrot cake recipe from Kate Scarlata.
- Wontons are a staple at our holiday dinners. These low FODMAP pork wontons from Manu’s Menu look like a great addition for this year.
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