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Breakfast Nights: 10 Creative Low FODMAP Recipes to Shake Up Your Dinner Routine

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Have you ever had breakfast for dinner? No? Oh, baby, have we got a treat for you. Think about times when you get home late and don’t know what to cook. Or you’ve stayed out until the wee hours, only to come home famished. Or maybe you just want to surprise the kids and tell them they get to have pancakes for supper. We’ve got the recipes for you – and you might never look at a waffles the same way again.

Cheddar Waffles with Bacon & Chives

Low FODMAP Cheddar Waffles, stacked, with bacon and egg and maple syrup poured on top, all on a grey plate
Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

These Cheddar Waffles with Bacon & Chives rival any of our sweet versions. If you are like us, you probably think of waffles as being a sweet affair. The first time I heard of savory waffles, I thought they would be poor wannabes. Not these babies! Cornmeal adds texture and substance, cheddar cheese and chives hit the right savory note, and chile powder, oregano, cumin and cayenne bring some spice. Trust us. These make an AWESOME dinner with an egg on top. Get the recipe for Cheddar Waffles with Bacon & Chives.

Cornbread Waffles

A Forkful of low FODMAP Cornbread Waffle
Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

These cornbread waffles are hardy, hearty and perfectly adaptable to sweet (serve with Maple Syrup), or savory (top with an egg and some salsa). Get the recipe for Cornbread Waffles.

Quinoa Pancakes

Juice laden roasted strawberries over Low FODMAP protein packed fluffy Quinoa Pancakes.
Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

How are gluten-free quinoa pancakes are high protein and are a great choice for a dinner stack of pancakes. Get the recipe for Quinoa Pancakes.

3-Seed Dairy-Free Pancakes

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Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

These pancakes feature whole grain oats as well as Chia seeds, ground flaxseeds, and hemp seeds, for a high protein and dairy free approach to pancakes. Get the recipe for 3-Seed Dairy-Free Pancakes.

BLT Omelet with Blue Cheese

low FODMAP BLT omelet with blue cheese and gluten free English muffins on white plate against aqua background
Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

Bacon, greens, tomatoes and blue cheese make this omelet hearty enough for supper. Get the recipe for BLT Omelet with Blue Cheese.

Mushroom Omelet

Low FODMAP mushroom omelet on white plate
Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

Sautéed mushrooms add me the texture, savoriness and substance to this omelette which would be very welcome at dinner time. Get the recipe for Mushroom Omelet.

Winter Vegetable Frittata

Winter Vegetable Frittata
Photo credit: Martin Poole.

This unusual, hearty frittata includes root vegetables like carrots, parsnips and celeriac, with handfuls of kale along with blue cheese or goat cheese. Get the recipe for Winter Vegetable Frittata.

Poached Eggs with Lemon Hollandaise

Alana's eggs
Photo credit: Alana Scott.

Want to get a little fancy? How about poached eggs with a tangy, lemony hollandaise sauce. Get the recipe for Poached Eggs with Lemon Hollandaise.

Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Salmon & Cream Cheese

scrambled eggs with smoked salmon, cream cheese, chives nad dill on a crackled plate with toasted bagels-2
Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

Tender scrambled eggs with a little bit some smoked salmon, pockets of cream cheese and chives are scallions make this a great egg dish choice for dinner. Get the recipe for Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Salmon & Cream Cheese.

Breakfast Casserole 

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

This Breakfast Casserole combines frozen hash brown potatoes, eggs, cheese and ham for an all-in-one, protein-packed, breakfast, brunch (or dinner) dish that can be put together in less time than it takes to preheat the oven. Get the recipe for Breakfast Casserole.

Favorite Low FODMAP Breakfast Recipes

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You know the old adage, that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day”? We feel better all day long when we eat a good breakfast. And now that we are eating low FODMAP, we have to pick and choose suitably. Luckily, we have many low FODMAP breakfasts for you!

Morning – or whenever you start your day – can mean dashing out the door, or sometimes on our days off we can take a leisurely approach. Any which way, we know you want some fortifying food. Delicious foods. Low FODMAP breakfast food that doesn’t taste like “diet” food.

We have hundreds of low FODMAP recipes for you. All of them created and tested in our FODMAP Everyday® Test Kitchen (with a small smattering from other cookbook authors and vetted by us). READ: Favorite Low FODMAP Breakfast Recipes

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