Whether your Easter gathering is a reflection of your faith, or one of tradition and rituals, we have the holiday recipes your family craves. All IBS-friendly, low FODMAP and gluten free so you won’t leave the table bloated!
From soups, hams and roast lamb, to potato casseroles, fresh greens, roasted and glazed veggies, cookies that look like little nests, tarts, coffeecakes, cakes and cheesecakes – we’ve got them all. Festive beverages and creative leftovers, too. You’ll be hungry after your egg hunt!
This light soup is a perfect starter for your holiday meal. Get the recipe.
Heaps of spinach cook down in garlicky olive oil and butter, then enhanced with cream, Parmesan and a hint of freshly grated nutmeg. Get the recipe.
Sometimes simple is best. These crips-cooked green beans are the perfect side dish to your rich mains and potato casseroles. Get the recipe.
Sweet, earthy carrots and parsnips are lightly coated with Dijon and sweet butter. Coriander and dill add an unexpected twist. Get the recipe.
Sweet, juicy pineapple is the perfect foil for ham. This is a classic! Get the recipe.
This recipe features a stuffing of Mediterranean flavors that comes together in just a few minutes – but is spectacular enough for guests. Get the recipe.
Pounds and pounds of sliced potatoes (we like to use a mandoline) initially simmered on top of the stove with half-and-half, salt, pepper and nutmeg. Then, cheese gets layered on top and the casserole goes in the oven. 40 minutes later you have potato-cheese heaven on a plate. Get the recipe.
Tender gluten-free rice-based lasagna noodles are layered with a lactose-free Bechamel sauce, chicken, spinach and several cheeses: Gruyere, mozzarella and Parmesan. Make ahead and freeze! Get the recipe.
This recipe looks spectacular, but is easy to make, with an intriguing blend of cumin, coriander, pomegranate and mint. Get the recipe.
The classic spinach pie encased in flaky filo dough. Lovely as a starter, side or vegetarian main dish. Get the recipe.
Classic scalloped potatoes – only our recipe is lactose-free! No one will know the difference. Tender potato slices (we like a blend of russet and gold) roasted in the oven with heavy cream, butter, salt and pepper. Get the recipe.
This Potato Cheese Gratin with Mushrooms is comfort food in a casserole dish! Potatoes, cream, melted, creamy Gruyere cheese, garlic-infused oil sautéed mushrooms – all baked until golden brown and bubbly. Get the recipe.
Pan roasting carrots lets you keep an eye on them so you can cook them to perfection: just enough but still with a little firmness. Honey, butter and lemon juice create the glaze with the help of rice syrup. Get the recipe.
We love oven roasting as a technique for vegetables because it brings out their natural sweetness and provides a nice char at the same time – and just 5 ingredients! Zucchini, garlic olive oil, lemon zest, salt and pepper. Get the recipe.
We have a recipe for gluten-free biscuits that you will not believe! Flaky and buttery! This version enhanced with scallions and cheddar cheese. Perfect with your holiday ham! Get the recipe.
Thinly sliced fennel and kale with lots of parsley create the fresh tasting base for this salad that also features juicy, sweet clementines and briny olives. Get the recipe.
Little red radishes can be quite peppery when raw, but they mellow out and become quote intriguing when cooked. Think of them like little turnips! Easy to make, unexpected and when else do you get to eat pink food! Get the recipe.
We like using slender haricot vert green beans for this simple sauté. A little olive oil, scallions, salt, pepper and sliced almonds come together in a classic combination. Get the recipe.
Gluten-Free Hot Cross Buns? You bet, with a soft fluffy texture and filled with cardamom, orange and currants. Get the recipe.
The cake combines whole lemons (that are poached in water until soft), ground almonds, eggs, sugar and baking powder. That’s it. No butter, no creaming techniques like you might employ with a layer cake. Get the recipe.
The cake combines whole oranges or clementines (that are poached in water until soft), ground almonds, eggs, sugar and baking powder. That’s it. No butter, no creaming techniques like you might employ with a layer cake. Get the recipe.
Chewy coconut macaroons with cocoa – chocolate flavor throughout! Get the recipe.
These are our easiest macaroons! Dump and mix and you are ready to bake! Get the recipe.
Everyone needs a classic lemon loaf – this one is gluten-free and delicious with or without the drizzle of icing. Get the recipe.
Most people think “cinnamon” when they think “crumb cake”. One taste of this one and it might become your new fave, with lemony flavor throughout – and a ribbon on lemon curd! Get the recipe.
Lemon meringue is not just for pies! Here we have yellow cake, lemon curd filling and toasted meringue all over the top! Get the recipe.
This version of lemon tart is in a crisp shortbread crust made from purchased cookies. Get the recipe.
Our carrot cake is easy to make and has everything you love in this beloved cake: loads of shredded carrots, brown sugar, raisins, nuts and cinnamon. Moist and delicious with or without our lactose-free cream cheese frosting. Get the recipe.
Ground almonds and vanilla infuse this cake, which looks extra special with a dusting of confectioners’ sugar. Serve with our Roasted Strawberries. Get the recipe.
Strawberries and sugar combined and roasted in a high heat oven caramelizes the natural sugars in a way that creates a compote that is more than a sum of its parts. Get the recipe.
Strawberries galore! Fresh strawberries as well as a glaze made from berries brings you maximum strawberry flavor. Get the recipe.
If you roast a leg of lamb, what can you do with the leftovers? We think this simple curry is the best idea! Get the recipe.
Ham, ham and ham. There is sure to be leftover ham, so we put it to great use in these savory scones. Get the recipe.
Leftover lamb is the star in these rolled up sandwiches featuring a creamy sauce. Get the recipe.
Savory bread pudding? You bet! With ham, cheese, eggs and juicy tomatoes. Get the recipe.
You can make your own Irish Cream Liqueur – and it can be lactose-free! Get the recipe.
A little cranberry juice and grapefruit, along with sparkling wine, make a colorful holiday beverage. Get the recipe.
This bunch is perfect for a crowd with Rosé wine and fruit – take the time to make the ice ring. It really adds to the festive look. Get the recipe.
Pineapple and strawberries add color and flavor to a glass of prosecco. Get the recipe.
This old-fashioned is anything but, with the zing of ginger and the earthy, sweet flavor of beets, and then there is the awesome color, too! Get the recipe.