We’ve made it to another Friday!
But man, this past week has been a tough one.
The California wildfires are still raging on, with so many people
Those of us in Northern California not directly impacted by the fire (everywhere from Chico and Sacramento to San Francisco and San Jose) are seeing hazardous air quality. Try to limit your time outdoors in these areas and make sure to wear a mask when you are outside to limit breathing in dangerous particles.
Situations like this—and it
- I am thankful for having found a naturopath who is committed to helping me on my journey to good health.
- I am thankful for being able to work for myself with clients who share my same values and aim to make the world a better place.
- I am thankful for the continued good health of our friends and family members.
- I am thankful for being able to share my love for baking and great-tasting low FODMAP and gluten-free food with each of you who are reading this post.
Low FODMAP Thanksgiving Recipes
- Although pies take center stage at the Thanksgiving table, I always like to have some cookies to send home with the leftovers. My low FODMAP gluten-free lemon cookies are an easy bake that your family will love.
- The Roasted Root shared a mouth-watering scalloped sweet potatoes recipe that would make a perfect low FODMAP Thanksgiving side dish.
- It’s not Thanksgiving for me without a gorgeous turkey. This recipe from The Zebra Pit shares a delicious low FODMAP approach to a well-seasoned turkey and gravy. They also have a low FODMAP dressing (or stuffing) to go along with it.
- If your family is more into cheesecake than pie, these pumpkin swirl cheesecakes from Kate Scarlata will be the perfect finish to your low FODMAP Thanksgiving dinner.
Low FODMAP Thanksgiving Prep
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