Yummy Recipes


Low FODMAP Tiger Nut Granola

Yogurt topped with some fruit and granola makes a great healthy breakfast. Unfortunately most store bought versions contain high FODMAP ingredients such as honey, cashews and dried fruits.

That's why we created our own low FODMAP granola. It uses low FODMAP ingredients, it’s easy and cheap to make, and will keep your tummy and taste buds happy! 


Low FODMAP Quinoa Salad

This fresh low FODMAP quinoa salad is super filling and healthy! It’s easy to make and is a great side dish to take to take to an event, especially if you’re not sure there will be FODMAP friendly foods available. You can even use it to meal prep an awesome low FODMAP lunch for the week, alongside some chicken. 

Festive FODMAP Friendly Dishes

These two recipes make the perfect festive holiday appetizers for your upcoming functions or events. They’re both low FODMAP so you can trust they’ll keep everyone’s tummy happy. They’re super tasty, easy to make and are sure to impress your guests! 

FODMAP Friendly Christmas Gifts

Christmas is soon approaching and what better gift than some homemade goodies. These treats are not only low FODMAP, but they’re fun to make, require very little effort and are so yummy! We recommend wrapping them up in cellophane, tying them with ribbon and a festive handwritten note for a wholesome gift for your loved ones.