I’m quite happy to share with you today this collection of 25 low FODMAP recipe ideas for your Thanksgiving Dinner menu, brought to you by 10 low FODMAP specialists. Most of us who made these recipes are actually also IBS sufferers, so we know exactly what it is to sit at a beautiful holiday table and start looking for all those fodmaps in front of us, in hope to find something we can actually eat! This is why we decided to make your Thanksgiving dinner easier by sharing with you these 25 low FODMAP yummy recipes.
From traditional dishes to contemporary and slightly unexpected takes on turkey, sides, appetizers, and pies, you’ll be able to create your own personal Low FODMAP Thanksgiving dinner menu or pick a recipe to share with your family and friends. We surely want us all to have a hassle-free and happy celebration!
In this roundup you’ll find 25 recipes to help you create your Low FODMAP Thanksgiving dinner menu:
- 4 appetizers + tips on how to make a low FODMAP cheese board
- 3 main dishes
- 9 side dishes, including stuffing, gravy and sauce
- 5 desserts
- 4 Thanksgiving leftover recipes
- and some final Thanksgiving tips from our experts
For those of you who don’t celebrate Thanksgiving (I’m thinking about my European readers), you can look here for inspiration for Christmas; and also take a peek at our 25 Low FODMAP Xmas Recipes roundup for more ideas.
And last by not least, I want to thank my colleagues for joining me on this adventure with their yummy recipes and valuable tips:
- Alana from A little Bit Yummy
- Amy from The FODMAP Formula
- Colleen from FODMAP Life
- EA, The Spicy RD
- Em from Fun Without Fodmaps
- Emma from She Can’t Eat What?!
- Julie from Calm Belly Kitchen
- Karlijn from Karlijn’s Kitchen
- Kate Scarlata from For A Digestive Peace of Mind
Thank you so much, ladies! Cheers, Joana
Extra tip: If you’re like me and just love cheese boards, here is a simple guide on how to create a Low FODMAP Cheese Board for Thanksgiving by Em from Fun Without Fodmaps.
And now for some final Thanksgiving tips from our experts – don’t forget to check out this Low FODMAP Thanksgiving guide by Colleen from Fodmap life and these Mindful eating tips for the holidays by Alana from a Little bit Yummy.
What about you? Do you have any low FODMAP Thanksgiving tips or recipes you’d like to share? Don’t be shy and leave us a comment below. It might just help a lowfodmapper survive and enjoy the Thanksgiving feast ahead!
You can also pin these and other recipes on our Low FODMAP Thanksgiving pinterest board.
Thank you for reading and Happy Holidays!