Whether the youngsters are waking up at dawn to attack the present pile, or if you rise at a leisurely hour, Christmas breakfast and brunch can be a great tradition. And, we are here to tell you that just because you are eating low FODMAP, you do not have to go without! These recipes are family tested and approved, too! From pancakes to waffles, breakfast sausages, home fries, coffee cakes and more, we have 24 low FODMAP recipes for you. The first recipe is prepped the night before and features seasonal eggnog flavors!
Overnight Eggnog French Toast
The creamy rich eggy flavors of eggnog make a perfect custard for this overnight French toast dish. Assemble the night before, refrigerate overnight and bake in the morning. Get the recipe for Overnight Eggnog French Toast.
Lemon Blueberry Low FODMAP Sheet Pan Pancakes
Breakfast just got a lot easier and faster with these Sheet Pan Pancakes! Same great flavor and texture, but no more waiting, flipping, and family members eating in shifts. It’s the best thing since sliced bread. Get the recipe for Lemon Blueberry Low FODMAP Sheet Pan Pancakes.
Gluten-Free Sour Cream Cinnamon Streusel Coffeecake
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.
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.
Gluten-Free Cinnamon Rolls
Gluten-Free Cinnamon Rolls are an indulgent treat. They are rich with butter and sugarand the cream cheese frosting truly gilds the lily. Cinnamon rolls should be a bit yeasty, and springy, with a pronounced brown sugar/cinnamon flavor and our low FODMAP version hits all these points. Toppings vary from light glazes to American-style buttercreams, but our research told us that you all like Cream Cheese Frosting, so that is what we created for you. Lactose-free, of course. There is a fair amount of sugar and fat in these Low FODMAP Gluten-Free Cinnamon Rolls as well; always eat to your tolerances.
Gluten-Free Caramel Pecan Sticky Buns
Ahhh this recipe for Low FODMAP Gluten-Free Caramel Pecan Sticky Buns has been a long time in the making. Here we have extra-sticky maple caramel pecan topping with our yeasty-springy buns, rolled around a cinnamon brown sugar filling. Yes, they are rich, and you have to know your sugar and fat tolerances. But as an occasional indulgence, you will not find better gluten-free Caramel Pecan Sticky Buns that also happen to be low FODMAP!
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.
Hash Browns Potatoes
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.
Low FODMAP Lemon Crumb Cake
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.
Sea Breeze Mimosa
A little cranberry juice and grapefruit, along with sparkling wine, make a colorful holiday beverage. Get the recipe for Sea Breeze Mimosa.
Fruited Lemonade Rosé Punch
Pineapple Strawberry Prosecco
Pineapple and strawberries add color and flavor to a glass of prosecco. Get the recipe for Pineapple Strawberry Prosecco.
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.
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.
Breakfast Pork Sausage Patties
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.
Quinoa, Greens & Bell Pepper Puff
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.
Ham & Cheese Strata
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.
One-Bowl Streusel Coffeecake
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.
Lemon Poppy Seed Waffles
Gluten-Free Fluffy Pancakes
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.
Cranberry Orange Quick Bread
If you have been looking for a fruit-filled baked treat, look no further than our Cranberry Quick Bread with Orange. The cranberry flavor comes from both fresh or frozen cranberries, as well as dried cranberries. The orange flavor comes from both orange juice, and orange zest. As with all quick breads, this is very easy to put together. Make two and freeze one loaf. Get the recipe for Cranberry Orange Quick Bread.
Ham & Cheese Savory Bread Pudding
Savory bread pudding? You bet! With ham, cheese, eggs and juicy tomatoes. Get the recipe for Ham & Cheese Savory Bread Pudding.
Pumpkin Gingerbread Streusel Coffee Cake
Say it with me – Pumpkin Gingerbread Streusel Coffee Cake! Can you smell the spices? The aroma of butter and brown sugar and toasted pecans? Well, we certainly could when this was baking, and we cannot wait for you to experience this as well. This is a special cake, that will entice your guests with its dramatic visual appeal, aroma and of course, taste and texture. This cake has it all. Get the recipe for Pumpkin Gingerbread Streusel Coffee Cake.
Thanksgiving & Christmas Drinks: Cocktails, Mocktails & More For Even The Most Sensitive Of Stomachs
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 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.