Irish lamb stew, Irish Soda Bread , classic and Slow Cooker corned beef, colcannon, Irish coffee, whiskey enhanced chocolate mousse, a Black Velvet Chocolate Guinness Cake and more. All low FODMAP and gluten free to keep you feeling lucky!
Corned Beef & Cabbage
Traditional Corned Beef and Cabbage with potatoes, carrots and a creamy sour cream horseradish sauce. Get the recipe.
Slow Cooker Corned Beef & Cabbage
All the classic flavors and texures: corned beef, green cabbage, carrots and potatoes cooked in beer in the slow cooker. Set it and forget it. Couldn’t be easier. Get the recipe.
Gluten-Free Irish Soda Bread
Lean, yet hearty, easy to make and makes a perfect accompaniment to your St. Patrick’s day dishes. Get the recipe.
Rich & Buttery Irish Soda Bread
This gluten-free version of Irish Soda Bread is also lactose-free and yet includes faux “buttermilk” as well as real dairy butter. Get the recipe.
Vegan Irish Soda Bread
For you vegans out there, we haven’t forgotten you! Here is a vegan Irish Soda bread ready for your table. Get the recipe.
How can you go wrong with potatoes and lots of high-butterfat Irish butter? This is a classic mashed potato dish with kale and cabbage. Easy to make. Get the recipe!
Irish Lamb Stew With Barley
Tender cubes of lamb, potatoes, leeks, carrots and barely come together in this hearty, comfort-food stew. Get the recipe.
Black Velvet Chocolate Guinness Cake
Some “black velvet” cakes that use black food coloring. Our cake relies on black cocoa, which gives it its rich color and flavor. Get the recipe.
Irish Whiskey Chocolate Mousse
This Irish Whisky Chocolate Mousse is a boozy chocolate mousse. It is for adults. It combines dark chocolate with whiskey and cream. It is decadent. Get the recipe.
Homemade Irish Cream Liqueur
This Low FODMAP Irish Cream Liqueur is lactose-free and features Irish whiskey and real dairy cream for a true-to-the-original experience (just like Bailey’s Original Irish Cream). Sláinte! Get the recipe.
How about a little after-dinner treat? Our Irish Coffee is classic, combining brewed black coffee, whiskey, a touch of sugar and cream. Dessert and hot beverage all in one. Get the recipe.
How To Eat Low FODMAP On St. Patrick’s Day
It is said that everybody becomes Irish for St. Patrick’s Day. This could be because the day encourages lots of beer drinking and merry-making, which is a very attractive prospect for many.
But now you are following the low FODMAP diet so how, exactly, can you have a great time and remain symptom free? This article is all about Eating Low FODMAP on St. Patrick’s Day, for fun and health! Click here to read article.