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Low FODMAP Mother’s Day Recipes Easy Enough Your Older Kids Can Make Them

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Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and what better way to show Mom how much you care than by whipping up a delicious homemade treat? But don’t worry – you don’t need to be a culinary genius or risk burning the house down to make her day special.

We’ve gathered a collection of quick and easy recipes that are simple enough for older kids to make, but still impressive enough to show Mom she’s loved. So grab your apron and get ready to impress with these mouth-watering Mother’s Day recipes!

Strawberry Cornmeal Yogurt Skillet Cake

strawberry yogurt skillet cake in pan on quartz counter
Strawberry Cornmeal Yogurt Skillet Cake. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

This is an easy-to-make cake, baked in a skillet, with a rustic homespun texture from the cornmeal, and a slight tang from yogurt. Get the recipe for Strawberry Cornmeal Yogurt Skillet Cake.

Gluten-Free Rhubarb Scones

rhubarb scones on a black wire cooling rack
Gluten-Free Rhubarb Scones. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

We love a good scone in the morning and these features little bits of sweet and tart rhubarb. Crunchy coarse grain sugar on top is a nice addition. Get the recipe for Gluten-Free Rhubarb Scones.

Lemon Crumb Cake

stack of Low FODMAP Lemon Crumb Cake on a silver platter; coffee cup in background
Lemon Crumb Cake. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Most people think “cinnamon” when they think “crumb cake”. One taste of this zesty lemon version and it might become your new fave, with bright, citrusy flavor throughout. The tender cake features a crumbly streusel and a ribbon of lemon curd. Gluten Free! Get Lemon Crumb Cake recipe.

Breakfast Pork Sausage Patties

Low FODMAP Pork Breakfast Sausage- Low FODMAP
Breakfast Pork Sausage Patties. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Never thought of making homemade sausage before? These pork sausage patties are no more difficult to make than a burger. Make a double batch and store the patties in the freezer for even more convenience. Get the recipe for Breakfast Pork Sausage Patties.

Double Chocolate Chip Muffins

low FODMAP Double Chocolate Muffins on a pink glass plate
Double Chocolate Chip Muffins. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

What’s better than a chocolate chip muffin? A chocolate chocolate chip muffin, of course. Deep dark chocolate batter with chocolate chips throughout. Is there a better way to start the day with a hot cup of coffee? Get the recipe for Double Chocolate Chip Muffin.

Quinoa, Greens & Bell Pepper Puff

Low FODMAP Quinoa, Greens & Bell Pepper Puff overhead image in blue casserole
Quinoa, Greens & Bell Pepper Puff. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

This makes a great side dish or vegetarian main dish: high protein quinoa with eggs, spinach, kale, red bell pepper, leeks, scallions and Gruyere. Get the recipe for Quinoa, Greens & Bell Pepper Puff.

Gluten-Free Chocolate Pancakes

tall stack of chocolate pancakes with melting vanilla ice cream on top and salted caramel sauce dripping over sides
Gluten-Free Chocolate Pancakes. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Yes, you read that right! Chocolate Pancakes! For brunch? Sure. But we also suggest these for dessert after a light meal. Serve with maple syrup, or even a scoop of ice cream and salted caramel sauce. Get the recipe for Gluten-Free Chocolate Pancakes. 

Ham & Cheese Quiche

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, and 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, lunch and our version is nestled in a buttery and flaky gluten-free crust. Get the recipe for Ham & Cheese Quiche.

Gluten-Free Coconut Lime Bread

side view of coconut lime bread on a wooden board, icing dripping down; white plates and green napkin in background
Gluten-Free Coconut Lime Bread. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

This gluten-free quick bread uses coconut milk as well as coconut itself in the batter, along with tangy lime for zest flavor and color. This quick bread is easy to make, incredibly moist and really – really – delicious. Get the recipe for Gluten-Free Coconut Lime Bread.

Lemon Blueberry Sheet Pan Pancakes

Low FODMAP Sheet Pan Pancakes with Blueberries in pan on cooling rack against aqua background; maple syrup on the side in glass pitcher
Lemon Blueberry Sheet Pan Pancakes. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Need pancakes for a crowd? Try this recipe, made in a sheet pan! Lemon and blueberries make them extra-special. Gluten-free and lactose-free, too. Get Lemon Blueberry Sheet Pan Pancakes recipe.

One-Bowl Streusel Coffeecake

One-Bowl Streusel Coffeecake. 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 for One-Bowl Streusel Coffeecake.

Ham & Cheese Scones

horizontal image of low FODMAP Ham & Cheese Scones on black plate, on stone surface
Ham & Cheese Scones. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

These savory scones are unexpected and a lovely way to use leftover ham after a holiday meal – or buy some ham just for the purpose. Gluten-free, too! Get the recipe for Ham & Cheese Scones. 

Lemon Poppy Seed Waffles

lemon poppyseed waffles with syrup, lemon curd and lemon yogurt cream
Lemon Poppy Seed Waffles. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

These crisp waffles have a pronounced lemon flavor and the crunch of poppy seeds. Get out the pure maple syrup! Get the recipe for Lemon Poppy Seed Waffles. 

Gluten-Free Fluffy Pancakes

a perfect stack of low FODMAP FLUFFY Pancakes on a white plate, syrup pouring over top; fruit salad on the side
Gluten-Free Fluffy Pancakes. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

When we think of pancakes, the iconic image is of a tall stack of super-fluffy pancakes. This is the recipe you dream of – and it just happens to be gluten-free! Get the recipe for Gluten-Free Fluffy Pancakes.

The Best Gluten-Free Blueberry Muffins

fresh low FODMAP blueberry muffins are a perfect breakfast or snack
The Best Gluten-Free Blueberry Muffins. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

We live in New England and blueberry muffins are an important part of our diet. I know that sounds funny, but it’s true. And our recipe for gluten-free blueberry muffins is the best one you will find anywhere. We stand by this recipe! Half of the blueberries are left hole, and half are slightly mashed for a blueberry packed muffin. Get the recipe for The Best Gluten-Free Blueberry Muffins.

Chocolate Granola

Chocolate Granola. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

If you have never made granola, you do not know how easy it is to make! It is basically dump, mix and bake. Hearty, fiber-rich oats are combined with almonds, cacao nibs, cocoa, a little bit of oil, and vanilla, and sweetened with either rice syrup or maple syrup. Baked in the oven until toasty, this is a fantastic treat to eat out of hand, or to enjoy with milk or yogurt. You could even sprinkle over ice cream. Get the recipe for Chocolate Granola. 

Glorious Morning Muffins

2 Glorious morning muffins and a banana
Glorious Morning Muffins. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

These are our version of morning glory muffins with some special ingredients, like buckwheat flour and maple syrup. Jam-packed with nutrition, flavor and texture with mashed bananas, grated carrots, toasted nuts, pineapple, raisins, and coconut, gently spiced with cinnamon. Get the recipe for Glorious Morning Muffins.

Strawberry Bread

Strawberry Bread. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

You have recipes for banana bread, but how about strawberry bread? This one came from a community member and surprised us all! The color might not be vivid, but the flavor of strawberries comes through in every bite. Get the recipe for Strawberry Bread.

Dark Chocolate Waffles

dark chocolate waffles with confectioners' sugar sprinkled on top
Dark Chocolate Waffles. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Don’t let the heart shape fool you; you can use a round or square waffle maker for these dark chocolate waffles. Layer up with a pat of butter and syrup – or you can also make ice cream sandwiches; just saying. Get the recipe for Dark Chocolate Waffles.

Cheddar Scallion Biscuits

low fodmap cheddar scallion biscuits on baking sheet with parchment paper and melted cheese
Cheddar Scallion Biscuits. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

We have a recipe for gluten-free biscuits that you will not believe! Flaky and buttery! This version enhanced with scallions and cheddar cheese. Get the recipe for Cheddar Scallion Biscuits.

Gluten-Free Sour Cream Cinnamon Streusel Coffeecake

cinnamon streusel coffee cake in a ring shape, cut open to show inside, on a white platter
Gluten-Free Sour Cream Cinnamon Streusel Coffeecake. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

If you like to bake (and eat your bounty) then you need a classic Cinnamon Streusel Coffee Cake in your repertoire – and this one is jam-packed with a classic rich, sour cream batter, a ribbon of streusel in the center as well as on top, and an optional drizzle of white glaze. Get the recipe for Gluten-Free Sour Cream Cinnamon Streusel Coffeecake.

BLT Omelet with Blue Cheese

closeup of low FODMAP BLT omelet with blue cheese on a white plate; aqua wooden backdrop
BLT Omelet with Blue Cheese. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Versatile omelets! This BLT version is fantastic for breakfast or lovely light supper, in which case you might want a larger serving. The recipe is super simple and makes a perfect brunch or lunch dish, too.

Sour Cream Blueberry Bundt Cake

low FODMAP blueberry sour cream Bundt cake
Sour Cream Blueberry Bundt Cake. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

This blueberry Bundt cake is incredibly moist due to the inclusion of sour cream. Baked in a Bundt pan, it is perfect four brunch, big sales, anytime you want to feed a crowd. Gluten-free too! Get the recipe for Sour Cream Blueberry Bundt Cake.

Breakfast Casserole

overhead Low FODMAP Breakfast Casserole in baking dish on a 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.

Scrambled Eggs With Smoked Salmon & Cream Cheese

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 & Cream Cheese.

Home Fries

white bowl of low FODMAP home fries with serving spoon
Home Fries. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

We think the best Home Fries start with starchy potatoes, like russets. They will create that creamy interior and crusty exterior that we look for in a great home fries recipe. Parboiling the potatoes first until a bit tender, but still firm and not fully cooked, also helps achieve the desired end result. You can peel the potatoes, or keep the peel on, or do a combo approach. Get the recipe for Home Fries.

Low FODMAP 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
Low FODMAP Cheddar Waffles With Bacon & Chives. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

We love waffles and these Low FODMAP Cheddar Waffles with Bacon & Chives rival any of our sweet versions. Cornmeal adds texture and substance, cheddar cheese and chives hit the right savory note, and chile powder, oregano, cumin and cayenne bring some spice. Top with an egg, fried or poached, crisp bacon and maple syrup for a meal to remember – breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner! Or go another route and try a dollop of sour cream and LOFO salsa! Get the recipe for Low FODMAP Cheddar Waffles With Bacon & Chives.

Ham & Cheese Strata

overhead shot of ham and cheese strata in a white casserole dish on a rack against a blue background
Ham & Cheese Strata. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

A strata is similar to a bread pudding. This version is fantastic for breakfast or brunch and uses leftover ham. Get the recipe for Ham & Cheese Strata.

Hash Browns Potatoes

closeup of low fodmap hash browns with fried egg and ham on the side
Hash Browns Potatoes. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

The key to making crispy hash browns is simply patience. Once you put the potatoes in the pan, wait before you move them around. You want a nice crust to form on the bottom before you flip them. You need a heavy 10-inch (25 cm) skillet for this recipe; we like using cast iron. Hash Browns are the quintessential breakfast or brunch potato dish, but they are also great alongside your dinner proteins. Get the recipe for Hash Browns Potatoes.

Lemon Loaf

Glazed Low FODMAP Lemon Loaf on tin tray with plates in background
Lemon Loaf. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Everyone needs a classic lemon loaf – this one is gluten-free and delicious with or without the drizzle of icing. Get Lemon Loaf recipe.

Red Velvet Waffles

Gluten Free Low FODMAP red velvet waffles with lactose free cream cheese drizzle on top
Red Velvet Waffles. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

The flavor and color of red velvet is not relegated just to cake. Here we have made waffles which you can serve with maple syrup or with a drizzle of cream cheese icing. We originally made these heart shape for Valentine’s Day, but you can of course use whatever waffle maker you have at home. Get the recipe for Red Velvet Waffles. 

Browned Butter Coconut Pancakes

high overhead view of Low FODMAP Browned-Butter Coconut Pancakes on brown plate with brown cloth napkin on a rustic twig placemat
Browned Butter Coconut Pancakes. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

The rich, nutty flavor of browned butter and coconut makes these pancakes truly different, and eminently crave a bowl. Get the recipe for Browned Butter Coconut Pancakes.

Low FODMAP Parmesan Crusted Flounder

Parmesan crusted Flounder
Low FODMAP Parmesan Crusted Flounder. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

This simple fish dish can be made with any white fish filets, but we are partial to flounder or cod. If you have breadcrumbs and Parmesan cheese at hand you will be able to make this dish with last minute notice. Don’t forget that squeeze of fresh lemon right before digging in. Get the recipe for Low FODMAP Parmesan Crusted Flounder.

Miso Lime Glazed Salmon

low FODMAP miso glazed salmon
Miso Lime Glazed Salmon. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

This easy Miso Lime Glazed Salmon dish is super-quick to make, thanks to a 5-ingredient glaze: White miso, White wine, brown sugar, fresh ginger, and limes zest come together for umami-packed marinade for heart healthy salmon. Get the recipe for Miso Lime Glazed Salmon. 

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.

Gluten-Free Capellini & Shrimp Fra Diavolo

Low FODMAP Capellini and Shrimp Fra Diavolo
Gluten-Free Capellini & Shrimp Fra Diavolo. credit: Dédé Wilson.

Fra Diavolo means “brother devil” but what you need to know is that this gluten-free and low FODMAP Capellini & Shrimp Fra Diavolo is a quick and easy, yet elegant pasta and shrimp dish that features tomatoes and hot red peppers. Get the recipe for Gluten-Free Capellini & Shrimp Fra Diavolo.

Low FODMAP Cod with Preserved Lemons & Basil

cod with preserved lemons & basil in decorative glass dish on brown surface
Low FODMAP Cod with Preserved Lemons & Basil. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

You do need preserved lemons to make this dish, and we do have a recipe for you, or you can purchase them. If you have them on hand, this dish can be prepped in 10 minutes and on the table in less than 30. There are very few ingredients, but each one counts. Don’t skimp on the black pepper, fresh basil, and fresh parsley. Get the recipe for Low FODMAP Cod with Preserved Lemons & Basil.

Low FODMAP Scampi

shrimp scampi in a brown plate
Low FODMAP Scampi. credit: Dédé Wilson.

Our Low FODMAP Scampi is just as garlicky and buttery as the classic recipe you used to enjoy – but using low FODMAP ingredients. Thanks to FreeFod Garlic Replacer the garlic flavor we were looking for is finally possible. It is a powdered product that can be used in very similar ways to garlic powder and its flavor pack a wallop! The garlic replacer is exactly what we needed to make low FODMAP scampi to taste like the scampi you used to enjoy. Get the recipe for Low FODMAP Scampi.

One-Pan Berbere Spiced Spatchcocked Chicken

spatchcocked chicken berbere
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.

Poached Salmon With Creamy Dill Sauce

Poached salmon with cucumber scales and creamy yogurt dill sauce on a white plate-2
Poached Salmon With Creamy Dill Sauce. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

We used to cater parties for hundreds of people, and this was a very popular dish. When you’re making it for guests, you can take the time to make the pretty cucumber scales, but they certainly are not necessary. We do suggest you take the time to make the creamy dill sauce because it is the absolute perfect accompaniment. Another great thing about this party dish is that it can be made ahead. Get the recipe for Poached Salmon With Creamy Dill Sauce.

Bacon Wrapped Pork Loin with Brown Sugar & Marmalade

This Bacon Wrapped Pork Loin with Brown Sugar and Marmalade is so easy, you can prep it in the time it takes for the oven to preheat. The brown sugar is seasoned with salt, pepper, paprika and thyme for a dry rub on the pork. The pork loin is wrapped in bacon and browned on top of the stove, then slathered with a combo of Dijon mustard and orange marmalade and finished in the oven. Get the recipe for Bacon Wrapped Pork Loin with Brown Sugar & Marmalade.

Citrus & Herb Oil Poached Salmon

Oil Poached Salmon with fresh herbs and slices of lemon and blood orange
Citrus & Herb Oil Poached Salmon. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

What is Oil Poaching? It is just like it sounds – which we know sounds a bit odd but stick with us here. The salmon slow roasts in the oven bathed in oil at a low heat. The result is a silky, smooth flesh texture that is simply sublime. Use a high-quality olive oil; the slices of citrus add flavor and color. This is a perfect company dish. Get the recipe for Citrus & Herb Oil Poached Salmon. 

Easy & Festive Garlic & Herb Roast Lamb

roast leg of lamb on a cutting board with frsh herbs alongside
Easy & Festive Garlic & Herb Roast Lamb. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Garlic-infused olive oil and rosemary are the stars in this simple roast lamb dish. Get the recipe for Easy & Festive Garlic & Herb Roast Lamb


low FODMAP Bouillabaisse closeup in a shallow bowl
Bouillabaisse. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

This classic French dish is for special occasions. You will spend a pretty penny on the ingredients because this Bouillabaisse features shrimp, clams (or mussels), fish and scallops. Garlic oil, fennel, leeks, tomatoes, thyme, and basil all come together in a dish to remember. Toasted baguette with Roasted Red Pepper Aioli is a perfect accompaniment. Get the recipe for Bouillabaisse.

Slow Roasted Boneless Leg of Lamb

Low FODMAP Boneless Leg of Lamb, carved on wooden board, yellow flowers in background
Slow Roasted Boneless Leg of Lamb. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Garlicky flavors, leeks, scallions, lemon, anchovies, red pepper flakes and rosemary create the perfect blend of flavors for this slow roasted version. Get the recipe for Slow Roasted Boneless Leg of Lamb

Turkey Meatloaf with Mushrooms & Roasted Red Pepper Ketchup

roasted red pepper ketchup with turkey meatloaf and mashed potatoes
Turkey Meatloaf with Mushrooms & Roasted Red Pepper Ketchup. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Turkey and oyster mushrooms, scallions and carrots make our turkey meatloaf super moist – and yet, it is as easy as dumping everything into a bowl, mixing, shaping your loaf and throwing it in the oven. I have included a Roasted Red Pepper Ketchup, which goes on top of the meatloaf before it goes in the oven and is also served alongside. It is an extra step but you will see that it is very easy and incredibly tasty. The Muir Glen fire roasted tomatoes add a smokiness and depth that we just love. Get the recipe for Turkey Meatloaf with Mushrooms & Roasted Red Pepper Ketchup.

Baked Summer Plaice

p98 cropped Baked Summer Plaice with herb butter
Baked Summer Plaice. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Look at the images of this Baked Summer Plaice. Are you enticed? I love flat fish (flounder is my very favorite) and cooking them whole takes advantage of the flavor that the bones provide. And yet, it can be intimidating. Cooking teacher Darina Allen takes you through the steps. Get the recipe for Baked Summer Plaice.

Skillet Lasagna

main image low FODMAP skillet lasagna cooling on a rack
Skillet Lasagna. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Lasagna made in a skillet? You bet, with all the classic flavors. Lasagna is a standby when we want to feed a crowd, but it takes time. It is not a weeknight dish. This recipe for Skillet Lasagna is going to change all of that. Here we combine all of the ingredients that you love in a classic lasagna but use techniques to get it on the table fast – about 35 minutes! This recipe features ground turkey, to lighten it up a bit, and chopped carrots, zucchini and green bell pepper for nutrition, color and crunch. Get the recipe for Skillet Lasagna.

Roasted & Glazed Carrots

roasted & glazed carrots, rainbow carrots, on an aqua oval platter
Roasted & Glazed Carrots. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

A little olive oil, salt, sugar and a hot oven work magic on carrots of all colors. Get the recipe for Roasted & Glazed Carrots

Creamed Spinach

overhead image of creamed spinach in white bowl; lavender background and silver spoon
Creamed Spinach. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

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 for Creamed Spinach.

Beef Tenderloin Stuffed with Goat Cheese Spinach & Sun-Dried Tomatoes

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 for Beef Tenderloin Stuffed with Goat Cheese Spinach & Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Classic Potato Gratin

potato gratin on a white plate with a fork alongside
Classic Potato Gratin. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

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 for Classic Potato Gratin

Salmon Burgers

overhead of salmon burgers with aioli on a bed of greens and potato salad
Salmon Burgers. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

These Salmon Burgers are super quick to make, easy enough for a work night dinner, but special enough for guests. Fresh salmon is combined with tangy capers, scallions, mustard, and lemon juice; you can prep the patties in under 10 minutes. Serve on a bed of greens, as we did here, or if you like a more classic burger presentation you can use a bun. The patties also freeze well raw, so make a bunch, freeze a few and then dinner will be even quicker next time around. Get the recipe for Salmon Burgers.

Chicken & Spinach Lasagna Bake

Chicken & Spinach Lasagna Bake, overhead shot on cooling rack
Chicken & Spinach Lasagna Bake. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

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 for Chicken & Spinach Lasagna Bake.

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.

Pasta Primavera

closeup of low FODMAP pasta primavera on aqua colored plates-2
 Pasta Primavera. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

This dish of pasta Primavera just says spring! Al dente pasta, in this case gluten-free, is combined with loads of fresh arugula and spinach, chives, asparagus, peas, fresh herbs and Parmesan. Get the recipe for Pasta Primavera.

One-Pot Greek Salmon with Feta & Peppers

Greek salmon on decorative light white plate on white quartz
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.

Potato Cheese Gratin with Mushrooms

closeup low FODMAP potato cheese gratin with mushrooms on green plate
Potato Cheese Gratin with Mushrooms. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

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 for Potato Cheese Gratin with Mushrooms

Honey Lemon Pan Roasted Carrots

Low FODMAP Honey Lemon Roast Carrots on white oval platter on dark background
Honey Lemon Pan Roasted Carrots. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

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 for Honey Lemon Pan Roasted Carrots.

Kale Quinoa Salad with Blueberries, Green Beans, Feta & Pecans

Think you don’t like kale salads? This one will change your mind! Tender cooked green beans, juicy blueberries, crunchy pecans, feta cheese and a tangy vinaigrette. Get the recipe for Kale Quinoa Salad with Blueberries, Green Beans, Feta & Pecans

Roasted Zucchini with Lemon & Garlic

roasted zucchini slices on a white bowl with a silver spoon alongside
Roasted Zucchini with Lemon & Garlic. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

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 for Roasted Zucchini with Lemon & Garlic.

Fennel, Kale & Parsley Salad with Clementines & Olives

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 for Fennel, Kale & Parsley Salad with Clementines & Olives

Sautéed Radishes

sauteed radishes in a blue bolw with a silver spoon
Sautéed Radishes. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

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 for Sautéed Radishes

Spicy Roasted Broccolini with Garlic & Lemon

spicy roasted broccolini with garlic and lemon on a round white plate and a white wood background
Spicy Roasted Broccolini with Garlic & Lemon. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Broccolini has a sweet, earthy taste, here enhanced with garlic-infused olive oil, lemon and a red pepper flakes. Get the recipe for Spicy Roasted Broccolini with Garlic & Lemon.

Maple Balsamic Chicken With Roasted Blueberries

People will ask for this recipe – and you won’t believe how easy it is. Start with juicy chicken thighs. The sauce is made from blueberries (fresh or frozen, so you can make it year-round), maple syrup, balsamic vinegar, and sage. Made on a sheet pan in the oven! Get the recipe for Maple Balsamic Chicken With Roasted Blueberries.

Gluten-Free & Low FODMAP Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp

strawberry rhubarb crisp on a white plate with silver spoon; stack of pink plates and whole crisp in background
Gluten-Free & Low FODMAP Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Strawberries and rhubarb are two spring fruit that have a natural affinity for one another. Here they are brought together underneath a brown sugar and oat-based crunchy crisp topping. Try this at breakfast or brunch with a dollop of unsweetened yogurt. Get the recipe for Gluten-Free & Low FODMAP Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp.

Rhubarb Upside Down Cake

rhubarb upside down cake overhead on a pink platter
Rhubarb Upside Down Cake. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

This homespun cake is easy to make, and while it looks dramatic, we show you the techniques needed so that your cake will look as delectable as the photo. You end up with a tender cake beneath a sweet tart rhubarb topping that will thrill family and friends. Get the recipe for Rhubarb Upside Down Cake.

Dairy-Free Strawberry Coconut Meringue Cake

Low FODMAP Strawberry Coconut Meringue Cake on white wooden plate, outside on the deck
Strawberry Coconut Meringue Cake. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

This cake is gluten-free as well as low FODMAP and dairy free! Layers of crisp meringue with coconut whipped cream, coconut chips and fresh strawberries make this special occasion cake one to look forward to. Get the recipe for Dairy-Free Strawberry Coconut Meringue Cake.

Strawberry Rhubarb Cobbler

strawberry rhubarb cobbler in blue casserole with serving spoon
Strawberry Rhubarb Cobbler. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Cobblers are an easy dessert to make, especially when they are the kind that feature a drop-biscuits style topping, such as this one. The sweet juicy strawberries, and sweet and tart rhubarb are a classic combination, which works quite well with the buttery and rich cobbler topping. Get the recipe for Strawberry Rhubarb Cobbler.

Meringue Nests with Yogurt Lemon Curd & Fruit

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Meringue Nests with Yogurt Lemon Curd & Fruit. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Crispy, sweet meringue nests are perfect holders for sorbet, ice cream or in this case, tart/sweet lemon curd and berries. A lovely dessert for special occasions. Meringue Nests with Yogurt Lemon Curd & Fruit

Rustic Rhubarb Cake

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Rustic Rhubarb Cake. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

This Rustic Rhubarb Cake is somewhat delicate, so it wouldn’t work well for a bake sale, and we like it when freshly baked; that’s when its center is almost creamy and custardy. The sugar on top adds a nice crunch and the rhubarb cooks up into tender mouthfuls of tartness. We have made this with lactose-free sour cream as well as lactose-free yogurt. The sour cream produces a cake that is a bit more custardy in the center, but either work. If you do use yogurt, choose full fat. Get the recipe for Rustic Rhubarb Cake.

Strawberry Pavlova

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Strawberry Pavlova. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Crisp sugary meringue layered with strawberries and whipped cream create this classic dessert. Get the recipe for Strawberry Pavlova.

Fresh Blueberry Pie

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Fresh Blueberry Pie. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

What is Fresh Blueberry Pie? A pie that is so blueberry-y that it is practically incomprehensible. It is made by cooking blueberries on top of the stove until they are jammy, and then folding in fresh blueberries and the whole shebang is poured into a flaky, pre-baked crust. Get the recipe for Fresh Blueberry Pie.

Strawberry Rose Tart

Strawberry rose tart with pastry cream and tart crust on gold glass platter
Strawberry Rose Tart. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

This tart is all about the berries – cut into little rose shapes. It is a little fiddly, as you will be making several cuts into each berry, but it is so pretty and always brings on exclamations from those lucky enough to be served this lovely tart. The base is a sweet tart crust, and the filling is a classic pastry cream. Get the recipe for Strawberry Rose Tart. 

Rhubarb Cheesecake Tart

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Rhubarb Cheesecake Tart. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

This tart is made from a few different components. The crust is simple, rich, and buttery, topped with an ultra-creamy lactose-free vanilla cheesecake layer. Next comes a layer of sweet/tart rhubarb with a hint of lemon zest and the whole shebang is crowned with nutty brown sugar, browned-butter streusel. GETTING HUNGRY? Let’s bake together! Get the recipe for Rhubarb Cheesecake Tart.

One-Bowl Peanut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk Cookies 

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One-Bowl Peanut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk Cookies. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

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.

The Best Ever Gluten-Free Lemon Bars

The Best Ever Gluten-Free Lemon Bars. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

We think these lemon bars will become your new go-to recipe! An easy, crisp, buttery crust (with a secret) and a tangy lemon topping. Always a crowd pleaser. Get The Best Ever Gluten-Free Lemon Bars recipe.

Lemon Almond Cake

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Lemon Almond Cake. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

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 with a layer cake. Get Lemon Almond Cake recipe.

New York Style Cheesecake With Strawberry Glaze

This New York style cheesecake based on cream cheese is rich and creamy, nestled on a crisp crust. It is fantastic without the strawberry glaze, but we certainly highly recommend it. Get the recipe for New York Style Cheesecake With Strawberry Glaze.

Gluten-Free “Key” Lime Pie

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Gluten-Free “Key” Lime Pie. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

You are going to LOVE our Key” Lime Pie; tangy, creamy and resplendent in a crispy crust. Why the quotes around “key”? Because this recipe uses the common Persian typically found in your supermarket. You don’t need any fancy ingredients. Get the recipe for Gluten-Free “Key” Lime Pie.

Rhubarb Lattice Pie

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Rhubarb Lattice Pie. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

If there is one pie that says spring to us it is rhubarb pie. We like it with a lattice crust so that we can see the gorgeous pink and red colors peeking through. Get the recipe for Rhubarb Lattice Pie.

Lime Cheesecake Dip

Low FODMAP Lime cheesecake dip in a decorative clear glass bowl; fruit alongside for dipping
Lime Cheesecake Dip. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

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.

Fresh Strawberry Tart

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Fresh Strawberry Tart. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

If you love fresh strawberries and want to make a dessert, look no further. These berries are kept fresh and nestled in a buttery crust. The glaze is made from additional puréed and strained berries. It’s strawberries maximized! Get the recipe for Fresh Strawberry Tart.

Sparkling Rhubarb Cocktail

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Sparkling Rhubarb Cocktail. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

For this seasonal drink, first you make a rhubarb syrup by cooking rhubarb with sugar, orange juice and orange zest. Bubbles from chilled sparkling wine combined with the syrup make a pretty and delicious, festive drink. Get the recipe for Sparkling Rhubarb Cocktail.

Strawberry Lemonade

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Strawberry Lemonade. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Old-fashioned, homemade lemonade with the addition of strawberry purée creates this beautiful sunset colored beverage that is beloved by young and old. This drink screams summer cookout! Get the recipe for Strawberry Lemonade.

Fennel Rhubarb Gin Spritz

Fennel Rhubarb Gin Spritz in a clear glass with a wedge of lime and stalk of rhubarb
Fennel Rhubarb Gin Spritz. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Drink Your Rhubarb! With our Fennel Rhubarb Gin Spritz! This spirited drink is a little herbal, a little tart, a little sweet, and a lot refreshing! You’re going to have to make a rhubarb purée first, but it’s super easy and delicious. The fennel takes the form of fennel seeds, which add an herbaceous, almost licorice-like flavor. Get the recipe for Fennel Rhubarb Gin Spritz.

Piña Colada

frosty low fodmap pina colada with paper parasols
Piña Colada. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Get out the blender for our version of piña colada, which uses vodka for a low FODMAP spirited drink. Get the recipe for Piña Colada.

Passion For Coconut

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Passion For Coconut. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Sparkling coconut flavored water and passion fruit combined for a refreshing nonalcoholic drink. Get the recipe for Passion For Coconut.

Sea Breeze Mimosa

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Sea Breeze Mimosa. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

A little cranberry juice and grapefruit, along with sparkling wine, make a colorful holiday beverage. Get the recipe for Sea Breeze Mimosa.

Strawberry Lemonade

closeup of strawberry lemonade in clear glasses and pitcher, with sprig of mint
Strawberry Lemonade. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

This Strawberry Lemonade just says, “summer in a glass”! Tart lemons and sweet, juicy strawberries are the perfect, refreshing combo to quench your thirst. Make a big batch for a party – or to just have in the fridge for when you need a tasty beverage. Gorgeous to look at, too! Get Strawberry Lemonade recipe. 

Fruited Lemonade Rosé Punch

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Fruited Lemonade Rosé Punch. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Bring out the punch bowl! This lemonade is spiked with rosé wine, so reserve for the adults. And take the time to make the ice ring. It not only keeps the punch cold, but adds a gorgeous visual, as well as flavor from the added fruit. Get Fruited Lemonade Rosé Punch recipe.

Ginger Beet Old-Fashioned

Ginger Beet Old-Fashioned in a clear glass on a piece of slate
Ginger Beet Old-Fashioned. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

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 for Ginger Beet Old-Fashioned.

Pineapple Strawberry Prosecco

Low FODMAP Pineapple Strawberry Prosecco in champagne glass with red stirrer
Pineapple Strawberry Prosecco. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Pineapple and strawberries add color and flavor to a glass of prosecco. Get the recipe for Pineapple Strawberry Prosecco.

Irish Coffee

low FODMAP Irish Coffee in clear glass mug
Irish Coffee. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

A good cup of coffee is a must for brunch. How about a little whiskey and you’ve got Irish Coffee. Get the recipe for Irish Coffee.

Hot Chocolate

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Hot Chocolate. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

A good cup of hot chocolate is a lovely way to start the day. And ours is super-rich – and not the same as hot cocoa! Looking for a Hot Cocoa recipe? Read on… Get the recipe for Hot Chocolate.

Hot Cocoa

hot cocoa in a decorative porcelain cup
Hot Cocoa. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson.

Of course we have a hot cocoa recipe! It is not the same as hot chocolate (see above), and some folks prefer it. Once you make our homemade version you will never buy hot cocoa mix again. Get the recipe for Hot Cocoa.

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

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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