Main Dish / Entrees
Healthy Fats and Minerals
Pumpkin seeds are an excellent source of healthy fats and minerals such as zinc and phosphorous.
Low FODMAP choice Cheesy Flavor and Nutrient Rich
Nutritional yeast adds a nutty cheesy flavor to the popcorn and is a rich source of nutrients such as protein and B vitamins. The popcorn provides an excellent serving of fiber and is a fun snack for kids. Look for nutritional yeast in your local health food store. Kid-Friendly
Kale is a dark leafy green packed with nutrients that can quickly be transformed into a delicious, crunchy, kid-friendly snack!
Low FODMAP choice Simple Side Dish
Shaved parmesan and arugula make for a flavorful and vitamin-rich side dish. Breakfast On-the-Go!
No time for eggs in the morning? Try these make-ahead protein-packed egg muffins for your busy on-the-go mornings.
Low FODMAP choice Simple Breakfast To Go!
Instead of traditional hot oatmeal, try overnight oats for a cold, creamy treat. Prepare oatmeal in mason jars the night before you intend to serve it by following these easy directions. Dinner Made Simple
Add chicken and vegetables to a skewer to make simply grilled chicken kebobs!
Low FODMAP choice Full of Flavor
Prepare your salmon on a plank to bring a smokey flavor to the dish. Pair with brown rice and your favorite vegetable!
Low FODMAP choice Full of Fruit, Fiber, and Healthy Fat
Chia pudding is full of healthy fats and protein, and has a creamy texture sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.