15 Low Fodmap Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes
Elimination diets are not easy, but with the right recipes at your disposal, they certainly don’t have to be as brutal as you probably will expect them to be.
You may not have time to find all the low fodmap vegetarian recipes that you would like to, but fortunately for you, we do.
We have been cooking up a storm, and assembled a list of twenty of our favorite recipes that we have found.
Yummy and Healthy Low Fodmap Vegan Recipes
- 1 Yummy and Healthy Low Fodmap Vegan Recipes
- 1.1 1. Banana Nut Pancakes
- 1.2 2. Mushroom Burger
- 1.3 3.Caramelized Banana Porridge:
- 1.4 4. Sometimes You Just Want Salad
- 1.5 5. Even Vegetarians Like Bacon:
- 1.6 6. Everyone BBQs
- 1.7 7. It’s so delicious you will wish you thought of it sooner
- 1.8 8. Pizza should be in every diet
- 1.9 9. Cookies=Life
- 1.10 10. BBQed…Fruit?
- 1.11 11. Curry Please:
- 1.12 12. Garfield’s Favorite Food
- 1.13 13. Perfect For Plates Big and Small:
- 1.14 14. Quinoa Salad
- 1.15 15. Veggie Burger:
1. Banana Nut Pancakes
These cakes aren’t exactly going to be fluffy, but the sure are scrumptious. If you like banana bread, this is going to be a food option that will suit your elimination diet, and your tastes. It’s relatively easy to make, and it is very yummy.
2. Mushroom Burger
If you are in the mood for something a little bit more savory, think about going with this delicious mushroom burger.
The taste is surprisingly similar to that of conventional meat, but of course, it is also infinitely healthier. It’s a great sandwich to bust out on a nice summer night.
3.Caramelized Banana Porridge:
If pancakes arne’t your favorite way to start your day, think about going with this low fodmap porridge/carnalized banana combo. It’s warm, gooey goodness tastes like home cooking, and has a nourishing quality that would be hard to find with other food options.
4. Sometimes You Just Want Salad
Even on a diet, sometimes you are just feeling something light. Or maybe you are looking for a starter. Try this delicious melon salad. The honeydew and balsamic provide an excellent combination of sweet and tart that you won’t want to miss.
5. Even Vegetarians Like Bacon:
Pig bacon is really bad for you. Tempeh bacon is not. If you gave up meat, but you weren’t quite ready to give up bacon, this is going to be a solid choice to consider.
It’s smoky, savory, and relative to traditional bacon, it’s healthy.
6. Everyone BBQs
This next recipe is really so simple that you hardly need to read it. Low fodmap vegetable skewers! They are simple, quick to make, and even your meat eating friends are going to love it.
7. It’s so delicious you will wish you thought of it sooner
Fritters are really great, but they don’t find their way on to many special diet lists. Enter the quinoa fritter with low fodmap quinoa fritter.
This is going to make an excellent starter if you are having people over, but it is also suitable for a quick on the go lunch if that is what you are looking for.
8. Pizza should be in every diet
Even when you are on a diet, you shouldn’t have to deprive yourself of pizza. This sourdough crust recipe is unique, delicious, and sure to satisfy even the most persistent of cravings.
What’s the point of improving your health if there is no more room in your life for cookies, right? This recipe offers the best of both worlds for people on the low fodmap diet.
It’s delicious, very chocolaty, and right in line with the needs of your diet.
The jackfruit is a delicious and versatile food option that many people have never heard of. And that’s a shame, because with recipes like this one, we see how well this plant product can stand in even for meats.
If you feel like you are being deprived of your favorite BBQ foods, this is going to be a great option for you to think about.
11. Curry Please:
Chickpea curry is a delicious, unique way for people on the low fodmap vegetarian diet to get some protein into their system.
This recipe is rich in flavor, with just enough heat to satisfy your spicy cravings without overwhelming the system. If you are a fan of Indian food, you are really going to love this chickpea curry recipe.
12. Garfield’s Favorite Food
If you grew up in an Italian home, (or you know, if you just have active taste buds) you are probably well-aware of the fact that keeping lasagna in the diet is a true must, even if you are a vegetarian, and even if you are on a low fodmap diet.
Didn’t think it was possible? Think again. This meal is going to taste like dinner at mom’s while still adhering to the unique requirements of your dietary needs.
13. Perfect For Plates Big and Small:
Pasta salad works well as both a main and a side dish. This delicious dish is easy to make, and it will work great both as a simple dinner, or as a side dish for you family gatherings.
14. Quinoa Salad
You feel a little bit healthier just saying the words quinoa salad, right? If you are a vegan/vegetarian that is on the low fodmap diet, this recipe is going to check all of your boxes. But even if you aren’t on a restrictive diet, the fresh, vitamin rich ingredients are going to be a great way to enrich your diet with this cooking buddy.
Hey, just something to think about.
15. Veggie Burger:
Last but not least, we have the veggie burger. This is going to be great for cooks that liked the concept of the mushroom burger but couldn’t quite get past the…mushroominess of it.
The veggie burger is going to have the appearance of the real thing, and you may even find that the consistencies are pretty similar.
If you were a big lover of burgers in your pre-vegetarian life, this is a can’t miss recipe.
And there it is! We hope that you have found at least a few recipes from this list that you are going to make for yourself, or even for your friends and family.
If you do decide to make some of these recipes, please let us know how it goes by leaving a comment below!