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Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice: 9 Gingerbread Recipes to Delight Your Senses

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Gingerbread – those spicy flavors of molasses, ginger, cinnamon and allspice all together in cookies, coffee cakes, upside down cakes – even popcorn, pancakes and a Gingerbread Syrup to make gingerbread lattes!

Gingerbread Cookies

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These are, hands down, the best gingerbread rolled cookie! Make any shape you like, but we are partial to gingerbread people. Get the recipe.

Gingerbread Syrup

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Gingerbread syrup is super simple to make, and can be drizzled over oatmeal, ice cream or used to make gingerbread lattés! Get the recipe.

Mini Gingerbread Muffins

Closeup of Low FODMAP Miniature Gingerbread Muffins
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This mini muffins have all the gingerbread flavor you crave. Perfect for bake sales and holiday parties. Get the recipe.

Gingerbread Pancakes

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Gingerbread for breakfast? Sure, if it’s our gluten-free pancakes! Add a pat of butter and real maple syrup. Get the recipe.

Gingerbread Caramel Crunch Popcorn

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WARNING! This is one of those treats that is hard to stop eating. Don’t say we didn’t tell you…Get the recipe.

Gingerbread Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Low FODMAP Gingerbread Chocolate Chunk Cookies on tartan napkin.
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OH YES! Chocolate chunk cookies with gingerbread spices, molasses and semisweet chocolate for a cookie that is truly different. Get the recipe.

Sticky Cranberry Gingerbread Upside Down Cake

Low FODMAP Sticky Cranberry Gingerbread unmolded on wooden board, pieces cut into squares
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This is the cake where cranberries and gingerbread unite! Get the recipe.

Pumpkin Gingerbread Streusel Coffee Cake

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Say it with me – Pumpkin Gingerbread Streusel Coffee Cake! Mmmmm. Can you smell the spices? The aroma of butter and brown sugar and toasted pecans? Well, I certainly could when this was baking and I cannot wait for you to experience this as well. Get the recipe.

Gingerbread Pear Upside Down Cake

Lower FODMAP Gingerbread Pear Upside Down Cake on silver platter and red plaid napkin beneath.
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This recipe is spicy and oh, so moist. Make sure you have a large enough platter to unmold it, as the gooey topping will drip down the sides. Luscious! Get the recipe.

Thanksgiving Holiday Recipes That Won’t Make You Bloat

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These are our very best Thanksgiving & Christmas Tummy Friendly Main Dishes, from turkey to hamroast beef to something a little different like duck, or a simple roast chicken. And we have vegetarian and vegan options, along with some hearty pastas for those that like those additions on the table. Read: Thanksgiving & Christmas Low FODMAP Main Dishes

Holiday Appetizers For Everyone! Even For Delicate Digestions!

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Appetizers! Perhaps not an everyday thing, but around the holidays we love to have a spread of little nibbles. These are our very best Thanksgiving & Christmas Low FODMAP & Gluten Free Appetizers and hors d’oeuvres from simple, to sublime, easy to elegant. You will find what you are looking for whether you need a dish to take to a party, something for a buffet, or a plated appetizer.

Read: Low FODMAP & Gluten Free Holiday Appetizers

Thanksgiving & Christmas Drinks: Cocktails, Mocktails & More For Even The Most Sensitive Of Stomachs

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These are our favorite Thanksgiving & Christmas Low FODMAP Drinks, from spirited cocktails, to no-alcohol mocktails, eggnogs, mulled wine, punches, mimosas, spritzers, champagne drinks, hot cocoa, hot chocolate and more. Read: Thanksgiving & Christmas Low FODMAP Drinks: Cocktails, Mocktails & More

Thanksgiving & Christmas Tummy Friendly Low FODMAP Side Dishes

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Whether it’s the Thanksgiving table or Christmas dinner, you all told us that the side dishes were the most perplexing when it came to preparing something delicious and staying on the low FODMAP diet. 

We have dozens and dozens of low FODMAP Thanksgiving and Christmas side dishes for you from green vegetables to stuffingsroot vegetables to cranberry saucesleafy salads to grains – we’ve got it all to add flavor and variety to your holiday meal. We want FODMAP Everyday® to be your first and one-stop for low-FODMAP recipes. Read Thanksgiving & Christmas Low FODMAP Side Dishes.

Thanksgiving & Christmas Low FODMAP Desserts to Enjoy While Keeping Your Bloat at Bay


When gearing up for Thanksgiving or Christmas, we might first think of turkey or ham, but our thoughts go to pies and desserts pretty quickly! We have over 50 Thanksgiving & Christmas Low FODMAP Desserts for you. We will help you keep IBS symptoms at bay and still enjoy your holiday season. Click for Thanksgiving & Christmas Low FODMAP Desserts.

Low FODMAP & Gluten-Free Tummy Friendly Christmas Cookies


Looking for the best low FODMAP gluten-free Christmas cookies and bar recipes? Whether you are celebrating Christmas or any other winter holiday, we have 60+ low FODMAP gluten-free cookies, brownies and bars for you – and they are easy on your digestion. Click for Low FODMAP & Gluten-Free Christmas Cookies.

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