low-FODMAP Archive

Garlic Shrimp Zucchini Boats (AIP, SCD)

I had so much fun plating these garlic shrimp zucchini boats for the pictures, and couldn’t resist the urge to stand the basil leaves up like sails on a sailboat. Of course, the nautical theme continues with the simple fact that the main ingredient is from the

Thai Basil Beef with Carrots & Rainbow Chard (AIP)

Thai basil is one of my favorite herbs to both grow and to eat. It pairs perfectly with beef and adds a great punch of complex flavor to the dish, which is always welcome but especially when you are following AIP and have to avoid so many

Asparagus & Garlic Scape Soup (AIP, SCD)

Nothing says spring more than a vibrant green asparagus and garlic scape soup! Use your choice of greens – kale, spinach, chard, or even mustard or dandelion greens – and make it creamy with either cauliflower or white sweet potato, depending on your preference and dietary need.

Extra Crispy Chicken Wings (AIP)

Photos of these extra crispy chicken wings truly don’t do them justice! The joy of eating them must be experienced to be appreciated. You would swear that they have been deep fried; but in fact it is just the magic of one secret ingredient and a two-part

Roasted Turnip Hummus (AIP)

This roasted turnip hummus is for everyone who has looked at a couple big turnips in their CSA box and thought they looked about as appealing as a couple of big rocks. Or for anyone who wants to sneak more vegetables and more diversity of vegetables into

Meal Prep Tricks – Balsamic Steak Mason Jar Salads (AIP, SCD)

Who has a New Years resolution that involves eating better, being more organized, and/or saving more money? If so, then meal prep can help… and one of my favorite meal prep meals types is the Mason jar salad! Once you know the formula, it’s easy to modify

Quick Pickled Carrots (AIP, SCD)

Yes, you can pickle most anything and these quick pickled carrots with AIP-friendly spices prove that true! And yet, when we hear “pickle,” cucumbers are what come to mind most often and “dill” is the seasoning. But acid, salt, and spices can transform even the most mundane

Toasted Coconut Salmon from Made Whole

Wild-caught salmon is one of the most nutrient dense proteins you can choose and this recipe is fast to make and has a rich and savory topping that is turns it into a perfect meal for entertaining, or just indulging yourself on a typical week day. This

Oven Baked Lemon Blueberry Pancake (AIP, Low-FODMAP, Vegan)

Two yellow plantains and a pint of blueberries + a blender and a cast iron skillet = something delicious for breakfast! I’m calling it a blueberry pancake, even though that might confuse the search engines somewhat. No, it doesn’t look like the traditional form, but it has

Garlic Scape Salt (Low-FODMAP, AIP, SCD)

Garlic scapes taste just like garlic cloves, but are low-FODMAP! That’s right! Just like the green parts of green onions, these curiosities don’t contain the pesky fructans that give so many people digestive difficulties when they eat regular garlic and onions. They are extremely seasonal, with the