Hosting someone with FODMAP intolerance might seem a little daunting but it’s actually really easy to cater for them in a way that no one misses out!
Here’s a simple and complete guide to help you create the ultimate FODMAP friendly menu. And don't worry, if you don’t feel like cooking, you can buy something pre-made ;)
Great events begin with delicious grazing platters. Here’s a variety of Low-FODMAP options you can include on your board:
You may think finding a low FODMAP dinner recipe is difficult but in fact there are plenty of options out there for everyone to enjoy!
“This recipe is perfect for entertaining because it’s quick and delicious. Your guests won’t know it’s low FODMAP, but they’ll be going back for seconds.”
FODMAP-friendly burgers? Yes, you heard right – here at fodbods HQ we put together a genius Halloumi hash burger recipe that you can impress your guests with! It’s also vegetarian!
A fun way to tailor the menu to suit your guests’ dietary requirements is to involve them in the cooking process with a Pizza party! Grab some low FODMAP Pizza Bases, Red sauce and have everyone create their own masterpiece. Some FODMAP friendly toppings include mozzarella, cherry tomatoes, olives, capsicum, zucchini, prosciutto, plain salami and rocket.
And if you can't be bothered cooking, there are lots of cheeky takeaway options – Mexican and japanese are our go-to cuisines!
*Ask for no onion and the gluten free option
Here are a couple of low FODMAP side dishes to serve with your main meals:
This traditional Italian salad is a great flavour combination and always a favourite. It tastes amazing on some chargrilled bread too!
Fodbods’ Pumpkin and Feta salad is really quick to whip up and great as a side or main dish.
Who doesn't love baked potato chips?! Regular potatoes are low FODMAP no matter the serving size, for sweet potatoes stick to 1/2 cup.
Top of the night with some delicious desserts (no one will realise they’re FODMAP friendly)
FODMAP Friendly created a delicious crumble which uses berries, instead of the traditional apples which are high in fructose and sorbitol.
Check out this Chocolate Self-saucing Pudding! Just note if you choose to make this recipe it recommends half a cup of milk which should be fine for those on the low FODMAP diet (if you stick to the specified serving size)! But to be safe you can always replace it with lactose free milk.
Foddies is a Melbourne-based cafe and catering service specialising in FODMAP friendly food. They have recommended two of their most popular desserts, brownies and sponge cake.
One of foddies go-to desserts is their gluten-free, low FODMAP and dairy free brownies, here’s why they love them
“ They pretty much hit all the marks on the allergy front and are gooey and decadent to boot! No one will tell they're anything but the real deal”.
Foddies' Sponge Cake is topped with fresh berries and filled with buttercream – “It hits all the marks and is definitely a winner”.
That concludes our guide to a FODMAP friendly night!
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