[Last updated 14th August, 2018]
Are you stuck for low FODMAP lunch ideas?
We’ve rounded up 25 tasty low FODMAP lunch recipes that will help keep you on track.
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A home-made burger for a weekend lunch.
Of course, this could also be a delicious low FODMAP dinner.
A delicious low FODMAP frittata that’s super easy to make.
Egg dishes like this also make for a nutritious low FODMAP breakfast.
Packed full of flavour, making it a perfect lunch on a cool day.
This is a super easy, nutritious and delicious lunch option.
A refreshing salad that’s best enjoyed in the hot weather.
Packed full of veggies and can be served hot or cold.
Insanely easy to make and super tasty to eat.
The pineapple in this toastie gives it a delicious tropical touch.
A bowl of incredible flavors and textures – spicy, sweet and crunchy.
Definitely a dish to try. And if you are vegeterian or vegan you’ll also enjoy these recipe ideas.
A plant protein power bowl full of color and nutrition.
Just be very mindful of the amount of chickpeas you use as FODMAPs can stack.
This is a great recipe to not only get in your omega-3 but also calcium without dairy if you are intolerant or choose not have dairy.
A delicious warming soup to keep you company on a cold winter’s day.
Spicy, tangy, crunch, creamy and savory Mexican flavors without the onion.
Packed full of veggies and delicious to eat served warm or cold.
Lunch in a mason jar that’s perfect to take to work.
A perfect brunch meal that can be whipped up in just 10 minutes.
Who said you can’t have pancakes for lunch?
Pancakes are very versatile and these pancakes are protein-packed, so why not?
A really quick smoothie boasting flavors of coffee, chocolate, banana. It’s also high in protein to get you through your afternoon.
Fresh Green Bean, Chickpea & Jicama Salad by FODMAP Everyday
Jicama is also known as yam bean. This recipe makes a mild and crunchy salad that can accompany a variety of dishes.
A classic Italian pasta dish modified to be low FODMAP.
You will feel like you’re having something really indulgent when you eat this recipe.
One of the easiest soups you’ll make, but one of the tastiest.
If you love zucchini and potatoes, then you’ll love these fritters. Serve them with your favorite side salad and you’re done.
Coconut cream is used as a substitute for regular cream in this recipe to maintain the rich, creamy flavor of potato and leek soup, but with a twist.
Use your own basil pesto for this recipe or purchase store bought (but be careful of high FODMAP ingredients like onion, garlic and cashews).
Low FODMAP Lunch Recipes Sorted… What Next?
We have a over 70 low FODMAP snack and dessert options here.
If you’re new to eliminating FODMAPs, I strongly recommend you read this guide.
If you are ready to move onto the reintroduction phase, read this guide.