Easy Low FODMAP Blueberry Limeade
We love a fruity beverage for hot days, to quench our thirst, but we don’t want to overload on FODMAPs. This Low FODMAP Blueberry Limeade is safe even during Elimination Phase and is enjoyed by kids and adults, alike. You can even double the batch and it will keep in the fridge for a few days.
The color of the drink will depend on your blueberries and we have seen it end up more magenta at times and other times more purple. It is always pretty – and very tasty.
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Staying hydrated is important for everyone and for those of us with IBS it is also essential for keeping our bowel movements flowing along. Many of you following the low FODMAP diet are looking for ways to add more fiber to your diet and probiotics can be a boon as well. Regular Girl is a synbiotic, which means is combines both prebiotics (fiber) as well as probiotics in one supplement.
Not only is Regular Girl odorless and tasteless, but it also dissolves completely, meaning there is no residual gritty, stringy or gloppy texture. And, it is Monash University Certified Low FODMAP. Read more about Regular Girl in our Q&A with their Marketing Director Molly Lawson. Regular Girl can help you regulate your bowel movements whether you are IBS-C, IBS-D.
Our Low FODMAP Blueberry Limeade can be enjoyed as is, or it works as a perfect vehicle for trying Regular Girl. See the Tips section of the recipe for more details.
Note that this drink is a balance of sweet/tart. We have kept it on the tarter side and depending on the sweetness of your blueberries, you might want to add more sugar at the end. Sugar is low FODMAP and you can read more about it in our Explore An Ingredient: Sugar.
This recipe was brought to you through the generosity of Regular Girl!
Low FODMAP Blueberry Limeade
This Low FODMAP Blueberry Limeade is a bit festive and perfect for warm weather get-togethers, yet easy enough to make spur of the moment.
- 1 cup (160 g) blueberries
- 1/3 cup (65 g) sugar, plus more if needed
- 4 cups (960 ml) water
- 6 tablespoons (90 ml) freshly squeezed lime juice
- Ice cubes
- Lime slices or wedges as garnish; optional
- Place blueberries in a non-reactive mixing bowl, add sugar and mash very well with a potato masher. Allow to sit for 5 minutes, then mash some more. Pour mixture into a fine-meshed strainer set over a large pitcher, pressing the mashed fruit very firmly to extract as much juice as possible. Whisk in the water and lime juice. Taste and adjust sweetness, if needed. Pour over ice and add lime slices, if you like. To add Regular Girl, see the Tips, below.
Add one 6-gram serving of Regular Girl to each serving of Low FODMAP Blueberry Limeade and whisk well until dissolved. Your synbiotic drink is ready!
All nutritional information is based on third-party calculations and should be considered estimates. Actual nutritional content will vary with brands used, measuring methods, portion sizes and more. For a more detailed explanation, please read our article Understanding The Nutrition Panel Within Our Recipes.
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