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31 Low FODMAP Super Bowl Recipes to Keep You In The Game

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Game Day is quickly coming up. Time to plan your food strategy! Are you the quarterback of the day, or the coach? Whichever personality suits you better, it involves planning and coordination. Our snacks, apps and nibbles are touchdown worthy. We’ve done the heavy lifting; you just have to execute the (food) play. Get ready for multiple chicken wing recipes, pizza, fries, nachos, dips, brownies, cookies and more.

Tummy Friendly Touchdown Treats

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And do we need to say it? We know that over-eating or eating the “wrong” things and ending up with major indigestion is highly likely. Our recipes are low FODMAP, largely gluten and lactose-free, yet NO ONE WILL KNOW! Don’t believe us? How about Pizza Wings…we even have vegetarian and vegan options, too.

Pizza Wings With Pepperoni

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No need to choose between pizza and chicken wings. We present you with easy-to-make Pizza Wings! Tomato, gooey mozzarella, meaty chicken wings and fresh basil. Get the recipe.

Pok Pok Chicken Wings

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Just like the originals, but kind to your gut. Pok Pok is a restaurant and restaurant group owned by Chef Andy Ricker in the Portland, Oregon area and they, among other things, are known for their pungent fish sauce marinated chicken wings coated with a crispy rice flour fried coating. Now you can make them at home. Make sure you use a high quality fish sauce, like Red Boat. Get the recipe.

Honey Roasted Chili Lime Wings

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Heat from chile peppers, the tang of lime and a bit of honeyed sweetness – on juicy oven-roasted chicken wings. Pass the napkins. Get the recipe.

Smoky Spicy Chicken Wings with Blue Cheese Dressing

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Juicy, slightly smoky, lightly spiced chicken wings? Check. Baked and not fried? Check. Luscious, creamy yet lactose-free blue cheese dressing for dipping? Check. Made in less than an hour? Check, check, check and check. Get the recipe.

Sticky Maple Ginger Soy Glazed Chicken Wings

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These chicken wings have an Asian flare with soy sauce and ginger. The addition of maple syrup helps create a crave-able sticky glaze. Get the recipe.

Salad Nachos

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Salad AND nachos. These are, in fact, a big pan of crunchy corn chips, melted cheese, all sorts of nacho fixings topped with salad, including avocado and a drizzle of sour cream and spritz of lime. Get the recipe.

Buffalo Chicken Fries

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This dish showcases the ingredients of Buffalo wings (chicken, hot sauce, blue cheese, carrots, and celery), but all the fixin’s are slathered on French fries. A supreme mash-up and perfect for noshing while TV watching. Get the recipe.

Mile High Chili Nachos With Avocado Crema

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Chips, chili, lots of cheese, avocado, thin slices of radishes, cilantro, scallions, bits of tomato and jalapeno. A creamy sour cream lime dressing drizzled overall. Hot, cold, crunchy, creamy. Delish. Get the recipe.

Shredded Pork Nachos with 3-Cheese Beer Queso

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Warm corn chips and shredded pork, creamy queso cheese sauce made with beer and all kinds of fresh and crunchy add-ons: tomatoes, bell peppers, scallions, jalapeno, olives, fresh lime, and cilantro. The “3 cheese” designation comes from the cheddar and Monterey Jack in the queso sauce and additional feta cheese scattered about on top. Get the recipe.

The BEST Charcuterie & Cheese Board

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Want to make an Instagram-worthy Charcuterie & Cheese Board? It is an art – but a mighty tasty one and we show you how. There will be something for everyone. Get the recipe.

Gluten-Free Pizza

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You can have gluten-free pizza that is worth eating. This recipe has a made-from-scratch crust – have a blast choosing toppings. Get the recipe.

Cheesy Pull-Apart Bread

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Start with a big round crusty sourdough bread, add some garlic-infused oil, butter, lots of cheese (Gruyere for flavor, Mozzarella for the ooey gooey texture) and a sprinkling of parsley. Get in there with your hands and pull off hunks. Get the recipe.

Fully Stuffed Loaded Potato Skins

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Twice-baked potatoes stuffed with bacon, extra-sharp cheddar cheese, sour cream, chives, and scallions, with Blue Cheese Dressing and a homemade Ranch Dressing for dipping. Get the recipe.

Singapore Chicken Satay

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You can choose boneless chicken thighs or breasts for this skewered chicken dish. Ginger, turmeric, peanut butter, garlic-oil, soy sauce and chiles form a marinade and a dipping sauce. Get the recipe.

Bacon Deviled Eggs

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Classic deviled eggs (with instructions on how to make Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs) – but with bacon. Enough said. Get the recipe.

7-Layer Dip

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A dip with 7 layers. OK, let’s count ‘em: Guacamole, sour cream, salsa, shredded cheeses, shredded lettuce, chopped tomatoes, black olives. Get out the dippers! Get the recipe.

Blue Cheese Dip

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Blue cheese is one of those polarizing foods, but if you love it – you LOVE it. And this dip is the fastest way to get your cravings met. Thinned out it can also be a salad dressing. Get the recipe for Blue Cheese Dip.

Ranch Dressing

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Ok, ok we know this is a salad dressing, but Ranch Dressing is so much more. You might want to dip pizza into it, or fried chicken! Or, veggies…Get the recipe for Ranch Dressing.

Vegan Avocado Green Goddess Dressing & Dip

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Avocado makes a fantastic creamy base for dips and dressings. This Green Goddess Dressing and Dip is jam-packed with fresh herbs like basil and parsley and has a spark of freshly squeezed lime juice. Easy to make and you will want to dip everything into it, including your fingers or a spoon. Get the recipe for Vegan Avocado Green Goddess Dressing.

Turkey Chili with Winter Squash & Beans

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Lean ground turkey doesn’t bring as much “oomph” in flavor and texture as ground beef, but the bold flavors of chili allow it to shine. This turkey chili version adds moist and flavorful winter squash and black beans along with oregano, smoked paprika, cumin, chili powder, in addition to bell peppers, scallions, leeks and more moisture in flavor is added with chicken or turkey stock and cans of diced tomatoes. Get the recipe for Turkey Chili with Winter Squash & Beans.

All-Beef Chili

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Everyone needs an all-beef chili recipe in their repertoire! That’s right. No beans. This is debatable of course, and we do have additional chili recipes on our website that are not based on beef, and ones that do include beans, but if you want a tried-and-true classic approach, this recipe is for you. Get the recipe for All-Beef Chili.

Chili Mac

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Creamy macaroni and cheese with all the classic American beef chili ingredients you love all in one very easy to make dish. Perfect for beginner cooks – and loved by all family members, big and small. Get the recipe for Chili Mac.

Decadent Brownies

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This recipe makes a big pan of brownies to serve a crowd – rich, moist, and chocolaty – and we show you how to make half with nuts, and half without, so everyone can have what they like. Get the recipe.

One-Bowl Low FODMAP Peanut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk Cookies 

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Grab a bowl (and maybe a wooden spoon and a spatula) and in 10 minutes of prep you can make these incredible drop cookies with everything you crave: peanut butter, oatmeal, chocolate chunks and raisins all rolled into one, plump, chewy cookie. Get the recipe.

One-Bowl S’Mores Brownies

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Brownies, but better! These have a layer of graham crackers, marshmallows, and chocolate. S’Mores flavors, but no need to be outdoors in front of a campfire. Get the recipe.

Coconut Cookie Dough Blondies

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These blondie bars are moist and filled with coconut, chocolate chunks and have that beloved texture and flavor of “cookie dough”. Get the recipe.

Mocha Chocolate Chunk Bars with Whiskey Salted Caramel

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Browned-butter is the basis for these coffee/chocolate/toffee-like/caramel/whiskey-enhanced blondies. They are OUT OF THIS WORLD. Seriously, even though the images are mouthwatering, they pale in comparison to biting into one of these bars. Get the recipe.

Chewy Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk Cookies

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Peanut butter and chocolate combined in a cookie that has a perfect chewy texture. The PERFECT PB/chocolate cookie. Get the recipe.

Lime Cheesecake Dip

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This dessert dip is a little sweet and a little tart, made by swirling homemade lime curd into what is essentially a cheesecake batter made with cream cheese. Choose your dippers such as fresh fruit, pieces of pound cake, or even pretzel rods. Get the recipe for Lime Cheesecake Dip.

Chunky Rice Krispie Treats

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These are an ode to the Chunky candy bar, that combines chocolate, peanuts, and raisins. Here we have combined these ingredients with Rice Krispies, peanut butter, maple syrup and coconut oil and made a decadent snack! Sort of fancy, kind of homestyle at the same time, and easy to make! (The original candy bar features milk chocolate; I chose to use dark, but you can use milk). Get the recipe for Chunky Rice Krispie Treats.

PB & J Cream Cheese Brownies

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That quintessential beloved combo of peanut butter and jelly – in a cheesecake brownie. All of your favorite flavors and textures in one recipe. Get the recipe for PB & J Cream Cheese Brownies.

Are You Sabotaging Your Gut Health? 8 Things to Stop Doing Now

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Welcome to the world of IBS, where an average of 8% of people worldwide suffer from extreme digestive upset, bloating, gas, and other gut health issues. Whether you have been recently diagnosed or have been struggling with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) for years, we understand how challenging and frustrating it can be.

That’s why we are here to share some valuable tips on what not to do if you want to keep your gut health in check. From avoiding trigger foods to adopting healthy habits, we have got you covered. So, buckle up and get ready to take control of your gut health!

Read: Are You Sabotaging Your Gut Health? 8 Things to Stop Doing Now

What Can I Eat On The Low FODMAP Diet?

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We bet you are asking yourself, what can I eat on the low FODMAP diet? It is the #1 question that we hear folks ask. This article is going to take you through the answers step-by-step, so that you will never be hungry – and be able to keep Your Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) triggers at bay. Click to read What Can I Eat On The Low FODMAP Diet?

10 Foods To Be Careful With If You Have Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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Are there times you eat something and either suddenly or a few hours later you find yourself bloated, uncomfortable and running to the bathroom? Here are 10 foods known to be problematic for many individuals who have Irritable Bowel Syndrome or IBS. Click for 10 Foods To Be Careful With If You Have Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

This article first appeared on FODMAP Everyday.

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