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Easy Peasy Dinner and Dessert: 20 One-Pan, One Bowl Low FODMAP Recipes for Busy Nights

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We all need One-Pan, One-Bowl recipes in our repertoire, and we’ve got ‘em! From main dishes to soups, pasta, curries and desserts, these kitchen-tested recipes will get you in and out of the kitchen fast. With minimal clean-up, too!

One-Pan Chicken with Artichokes & Olives

One-Pan Low FODMAP Chicken, Artichokes & Olives in pan on wooden surface
One-Pan Chicken with Artichokes & Olives. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

This recipe features canned, drained artichokes. Use chicken thighs for extra-juicy results. Maybe 5 minutes of prep with this dish! Get the recipe.

One-Pan Skillet Lasagna

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One-Pan Skillet Lasagna. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

Lasagna in a skillet? You bet and ours features lower fat ground turkey. The fennel seed gives it that Italian flavor. Marinara, canned diced tomatoes, lasagna noodles, mozzarella and parmesan, oregano, basil and all the flavors and textures of lasagna that you love. Dinner is on the table in 35 minutes. Get the recipe.

One-Pan Berbere Spiced Spatchcocked Chicken

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One-Pan Berbere Spiced Spatchcocked Chicken. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

Opening up a whole chicken (spatchcocking) allows it to cook quickly, evenly, and yields a juicy bird with crisp skin. Our Berbere spice mixture is complex and flavor packed. A drizzle of lemony yogurt at the end brings it all together. Get the recipe.

One-Pan Pasta & Vegetables

One-Pan Low FODMAP Pasta & Vegetables, steak alongside on blue and white plate
One-Pan Pasta & Vegetables. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

One-pan dishes get food on the table FAST! Here we have pasta and vegetables, hearty enough for a main dish. Or add a protein alongside, like steak or chickenGet the recipe.

One-Pan Chicken, Carrot & Potatoes

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One-Pan Chicken, Carrot & Potatoes. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

Get out your sheet pan! Juicy chicken thighs, crisp-cooked carrots, tender potatoes and a simple maple-mustard sauceGet the recipe.

One-Pot Salmon with Snap Peas

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One-Pot Salmon with Snap Peas. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

Salmon, jasmine rice, snap peas and red bell pepper, all cooked in one pan with soy sauce, a little brown sugar, ginger, scallions and toasted sesame oil. Dinner is served in 30 minutes. Get the recipe.

One-Pot Shrimp & Corn Chowder

Low FODMAP Shrimp & Corn Chowder in white bowl with spoon alongside
One-Pot Shrimp & Corn Chowder. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

We have a few chowders that are fast to the table. This one relies on shrimp and corn, with bits of potato, tomatoes and fresh basil. Keep a pound or two of frozen shrimp around. They defrost in no time. Get the recipe.

One-Pot Greek Salmon with Feta & Peppers

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One-Pot Greek Salmon with Feta & Peppers. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

We eat salmon every week, but sometimes we are pressed for time. Pull out a large skillet and this dish with feta cheese and bell peppers is simple, elegant and delicious. Get the recipe.

One-Pan Whole Roast Fish

Low FODMAP Whole Roast Fish on sheet pan stuffed with lemons and herbs
One-Pan Whole Roast Fish. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

Choose a whole fish, such as red snapper, sea bass or branzino, stuff it with fresh herbs, scallion greens and lemon and place it on a sheet pan. Brush with garlicky oil, season with salt and pepper and in less than half-an-hour you will have a company-worthy dish. Get the recipe.

One-Pot Tofu Kimchi Stew

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One-Pot Tofu Kimchi Stew. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

Kimchi, either homemade or purchased, adds flavor to so many dishes. Here it is featured in a spicy tofu soupy stew. Get the recipe.

One-Pan Easy Lamb Curry

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One-Pan Easy Lamb Curry. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

What do you do with leftover lamb? Make a quick curry, featuring tomatoes, yogurt, fresh ginger scallion greens, garam masala and turmeric. We love this served with rice. Get the recipe.

One-Pan Whole Roast Chicken and Vegetables

Low FODMAP whole roast chicken and vegetables in cast iron pan on white quartz
One-Pan Whole Roast Chicken & Vegetables. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

Just 10 minutes of prep time and you will get this one-pan chicken and vegetable dish in the oven. While it roasts, help the kids with their homework, or kick back with a glass of wine. This classic recipe will make it into weekly rotation. Get the recipe.

One-Pan Asian-Style Pork Lettuce Wraps

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One-Pan Asian-Style Pork Lettuce Wraps. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

Ground pork is the star here with Asian flavors like umami-packed oyster sauce, fresh ginger, soy sauce and toasted sesame oil. The stir-fry comes together in a flash; water chestnuts add crunch. Wrap it all up in Bibb or Boston lettuce, top with crunchy peanuts and cilantro. Dinner is served! Get the recipe.

One-Bowl Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

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One-Bowl Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

Grab a bowl and a wooden spoon. Whole grain oats, brown sugar, melted unsalted butter, cinnamon and vanilla – and chocolate chips! Walnuts and raisins are optional (we love ‘em!) Get the recipe.

One-Bowl S’Mores Brownies

closeup overhead low FODMAP S'mores brownies on black plate
One-Bowl S’Mores Brownies. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

The flavors of s’mores – chocolate, marshmallows and graham crackers along with a chocolate brownie base! These are always a hit, with young and old(er) alike. Get the recipe.

One-Bowl Peanut Butter Cookies

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One-Bowl Peanut Butter Cookies. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

Only 4 ingredients and you will have the batter done even before the oven is preheated! We like natural peanut butter for this recipe. Get the recipe.

One-Bowl Brownies

close overhead image of low FODMAP One Bowl Brownies piled on black plate; fresh flowers in background
One-Bowl Brownies. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

You can make brownie batter in one bowl! Butter, brown sugar, and make sure to use natural cocoa for best results. Get the recipe.

One-Bowl Chocolate Chunk Cookies

overhead image of low FODMAP One-Bowl Chocolate Chunk Cookies
One-Bowl Chocolate Chunk Cookies. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

Everyone needs a chocolate chunk cookie recipe – and we have several. This is the most streamlined of them all. Add nuts, or nut. Choose to use chips or chocolate chunks. Easy enough for non-bakers. Get the recipe.

One-Bowl Streusel Coffee Cake

One-Bowl Streusel Coffee Cake. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

The streusel and batter are made in the same pan (with a little creative tinkering). Tender, moist buttery yellow cake with a cinnamon and brown sugar packed streusel inside and on top. Get the recipe.

One-Bowl Peanut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk Cookies 

Last but not least, these are our favorite one-bowl cookies. JUST LOOK AT THEM! We know you want a bite! The recipe combines whole-grain oats, peanut butter, brown sugar, butter, chocolate chunks and raisins (which can be optional). Every flavor and texture we love in a cookie – all rolled into one! Get the recipe.

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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

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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

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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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