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23 Low FODMAP Dishes That Make Magic With Eggs

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Scrambled, fried or over-easy, we love eggs in all their incarnations. We also have recipes that showcase how they work their magic in dishes, from Dutch babies to quiches, Hollandaise sauce and aioli, to carbonara, bacon deviled eggs, Italian meringue buttercream and crisp meringue nests. Read on for inspiration.

Soba Miso Soup with Jammy Eggs

Low FODMAP Soba Miso Soup with Bok Choy and Jammy Eggs in brown ceramic bowl
Soba Miso Soup with Jammy Eggs. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Have you heard the term “jammy eggs”? It refers to eggs that are cooked just enough so that the yolk is solid, but also while remaining creamy and moist. They are perfect in this soothing miso soup that also features baby bok choy, oyster mushrooms, and slurpy soba noodles. Get the recipe for Soba Miso Soup with Jammy Eggs.

Bacon Deviled Eggs

Monash University Certified Low FODMAP Bacon Deviled Eggs - no one passes these by! A lovely, simple and very tasty Low FODMAP appetizer. For more Low FODMAP recipes visit us.
Bacon Deviled Eggs. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Deviled eggs are one of those old-fashioned dishes that some people overlook, and yet, they always seem to fly off the table at cookouts and parties. Add some bacon and your guests will be clamoring. Get the recipe for Bacon Deviled Eggs.

Meringue Nests

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Meringue Nests. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Crisp meringue nests are made with stiffly beaten egg whites and sugar and can be used in a variety of ways. Fill them with ice cream, sorbet, pastry cream, fresh fruit and whipped cream, or how about tangy lemon curd? Get the recipe for Meringue Nests.

Butterscotch Pudding with Salted Caramel Sauce

We have recipes for chocolate pudding, but every once in a while, we want something with that caramelized, burnt-sugar flavors of butterscotch. This recipe showcases it twice, both in the pudding itself, as well as in the drizzle of salted caramel sauce. Get the recipe for Butterscotch Pudding with Salted Caramel Sauce.

Lemon Curd

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Lemon Curd. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Lemon curd is pretty much the lemon-iest thing you can eat, and we love it so much. Smooth, creamy, rich, filled with tart and sweet lemon flavor. Spread it on toast or pound cake, or dollop into yogurt. Get the recipe for Lemon Curd.

Meringue Nests with Lemon Curd & Fruit

overhead view meringue nests with lemon curd on a glass plate
Meringue Nests with Lemon Curd & Fruit. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

For more inspiration here are meringue nests filled with lemon curd and fresh fruit. The nests themselves use up your egg whites, while the lemon curd uses up your egg yolks. Get the recipe for Meringue Nests with Lemon Curd & Fruit.

Ham & Cheese Quiche – Gluten-Free!

overhead image of ham & cheese low FODMAP quiche, whole, in pie pan with blue and white plates alongside
Ham & Cheese Quiche. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Quiche is an old standby, but for a good reason. It’s filled with eggs and cheese, and in this case some ham as well, and is a great party dish because it can be made ahead. Works well for breakfast, brunch, or lunch and our version is nestled in a buttery and flaky gluten-free crust. Get the recipe for Ham & Cheese Quiche.

Potato Salad with Hard-Boiled Eggs

overhead shot of potato salad with hard boiled eggs in square white bowl with a silver serving spoon
Potato Salad with Hard-Boiled Eggs. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Potatoes are a beloved starchy food, and we have plenty of recipes for you including several potato salads. This potato salad, which also features hard-boiled eggs, is an old-fashioned classic that everyone in the family will love. Get the recipe for Potato Salad with Hard-Boiled Eggs.

Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs

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Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Hard-boiled eggs: there are many ways to make them, but we have the best approach, that guarantees perfectly hard-boiled eggs every time. Get the recipe for Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs.

Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Salmon

scrambled eggs with smoked salmon, cream cheese, chives nad dill on a crackled plate with toasted bagels-2
Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Salmon. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Sometimes you want your scrambled eggs to be a little fancy, and we love this combination of smoked salmon, cream cheese and dill. Very quick to put together, but fancy enough for guests. Get the recipe for Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Salmon.

Frisée Salad with Poached Egg

closeup of frisée salad with poached egg, bacon and sourdough croutons in white plate with blue border; silver fork alongside
Frisée Salad with Poached Egg. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

If you go into a bistro in Paris, this salad is on most of the menus, and is a fantastic way to start a meal, or we also like it as a light lunch. The fresh and frilly texture of the frisée works beautifully with the crisp croutons, runny poached egg, and tart vinaigrette. Get the recipe for Frisée Salad with Poached Egg.

Lemony Carbonara

tossing lemony low FODMAP carbonara in pan
Lemony Carbonara. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Carbonara is a very rich pasta dish and a classic for good reason. It’s fast to the table and comfort food to the max. The addition of lemon cuts through the fat a little bit and has become a preferred version for many. Get the recipe for Lemony Carbonara.

Dutch Baby

Low FODMAP Dutch Baby Pancake in skillet with berries on the side
Dutch Baby. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

A Dutch baby, also known as a German pancake, is one gigantic pancake baked in a hot pan in the oven. Make sure everyone is sitting at the table so that you can present it in all its risen glory. It will deflate quickly, but no worries, it will still taste fabulous. Get the recipe for Dutch Baby.

Mini Frittatas Your Way

Mini Frittatas Your Way. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

What is better than a frittata? A whole bunch of miniature frittatas, each one flavored and with ad-ins of your preference. It is just as easy to make a mixed batch, so why not? These can go in the freezer and then you will have quick and easy weekday breakfasts. Get the recipe for Mini Frittatas Your Way.

Non-Alcoholic Egg Nog

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Non-Alcoholic Egg Nog. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

You might only indulge in eggnog during the winter holiday seasons, but when you get a craving for it nothing else will suffice. We have two eggnog recipes for you. This one is non-alcoholic so that everyone can partake. Get the recipe for Non-Alcoholic Egg Nog.

Spirited Egg Nog

Spirited eggnog
Spirited Egg Nog. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Of course, we have a classic eggnog, rich with alcohol, eggs and dairy. We especially love it while we are trimming our tree, but you will probably think of other times when it would be welcomed as well. Get the recipe for Spirited Egg Nog.

Italian Meringue Buttercream

closeup of Italian Meringue Buttercream
Italian Meringue Buttercream. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

If you are looking for a super smooth, not-too-sweet buttercream for your cakes, this is the one, based one egg whites. A candy thermometer will help yield best results. Get the recipe for Italian Meringue Buttercream.

Cranberry Curd Tart

overhead low FODMAP Cranberry Curd tart on gold plate
Cranberry Curd Tart. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Just look at the gorgeous color of this tart! It comes from a rich and smooth cranberry filling that is both sweet and tart. The toasted meringue decoration can be arranged in any pattern that you like, and all of it is nestled in a crisp crust. Get the recipe for Cranberry Curd Tart.

Chocolate Crème Brulée

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Here are our Chocolate Crème Brûlée – some of them caramelized and some about to be; see the raw sugar? Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Chocolate crème brûlée. We really don’t need to say more, but we will. Anytime we get to haul out our torch and brûlée something is a fun day! Get the recipe for Chocolate Crème Brûlée

Tangy Potato and Egg Salad, Olives & Pickles

This potato salad features hard boiled eggs in the addition to salty and briny olives and pickles. It’s everything, all together in one dish: creamy and hearty texture, with the spark of the additional condiments. Get the recipe for Tangy Potato and Egg Salad, Olives & Pickles.

Overnight Eggnog French Toast

overhead shot of overnight eggnog French Toast in a pale pink baking dish
Overnight Eggnog French Toast. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

The creamy, rich, eggy flavors of eggnog make a perfect custard for this overnight French toast dish. Assemble the night before, refrigerate overnight, and bake in the morning. Get the recipe for Overnight Eggnog French Toast.

Aioli For the Rest Of Us

Aioli For the Rest Of Us. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Aïoli is simply a garlic mayonnaise, but for those of us who do not digest garlic well, but crave the flavor, we have figured out a recipe for you! Get the recipe for Aioli For the Rest Of Us.

Breakfast Casserole

Low FODMAP Breakfast Casserole in baking dish on cooling rack
Breakfast Casserole. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

This all-in-one breakfast casserole features eggs, hashbrowns, cheese and ham. Easy to make, feeds a crowd, and kids and adults will ask for seconds. And it is made with five ingredients, in addition to salt and pepper. Could not be simpler. Get the recipe for Breakfast Casserole

36 Dishes You Didn’t Know You Could Make With Rice Noodles

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Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

Rice noodles are naturally gluten-free, but that isn’t the only reason to cook with them. They are delicious unto themselves, come in a variety of shapes, and are the noodle of choice in so many Asian-inspired recipes. But it doesn’t stop there! There are rice-based lasagna noodles, shells, manicotti, elbows…From soups to main dishes, casseroles, salads and summer rolls, we have 36 recipes for you to get you slurping with joy. Click for 36 Dishes You Didn’t Know You Could Make With Rice Noodles

30 Quick & Easy Recipes For A Happy Gut: Low FODMAP and Flavor Packed

closeup Low FODMAP Cream of Tomato Soupin white bowl; teal napkin
Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

At FODMAP Everyday® we define “Quick” as a dish that can be on the table, ready to eat, in 30 minutes or less. “Easy” recipes have 15 minutes or less of prep time. All of these recipes are low FODMAP and free of gluten so they can be served to tender tummies too! Click for 30 Quick & Easy Recipes For A Happy Gut: Low FODMAP and Flavor Packed

Grab A Rotisserie Chicken On Your Way Home And Make Any Of These 18 Delicious Meals In Minutes

Low FODMAP Chicken Papaya Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing on oval platter; marble surface

Grabbing a rotisserie chicken at the supermarket is not “cheating” by any stretch of the imagination. Having cooked chicken ready to use is a great jump-start to all sorts of creative recipes – from salads to main dishes, lunches and dinners – and is a brilliant move, in our book. Click for Grab A Rotisserie Chicken On Your Way Home And Make Any Of These 18 Delicious Meals In Minutes

Easy and Tasty: 34 Sides to Serve with Rotisserie Chicken for a Stress-Free Meal

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Garlic Herb Corn on the Cob. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

We buy a rotisserie chicken every week – and enjoy the bounty for days. But we like to mix it up; potatoes, veggies (hot and cold), pasta – there are many ways to enjoy that chicken and to turn it into a meal. Here are our 34 community favorites. Click here for Easy and Tasty: 34 Sides to Serve with Rotisserie Chicken for a Stress-Free Meal

9 Insanely Delicious Easy Homemade Chicken Wing Recipes

Low FODMAP Hot Honey Chicken Wings in cast iron pan set on rack

Entire restaurants build their menu around chicken wings, but we’re going to show you how to make the best chicken wings at home – and they’re easier than you think. Most of these recipes are baked, not fried, so you will not only save on calories, but also have less mess and spend less time in the kitchen. Click here for 9 Insanely Delicious Easy Homemade Chicken Wing Recipes

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