Where to Find Low-FODMAP Recipes

Loving what the low-FODMAP diet is doing for you, but wondering what to eat next? One of the most important resources for diet success is a stash of a wide variety of low-FODMAP recipes. When you prepare your own meals, you have full control over what is going into the food you eat and less worry about hidden high-FODMAP ingredients.

In order to help you maximize your success with the diet, we have pulled together some of the best low-FODMAP recipe sites. And as you will see, many of the sites offer you more than just recipes—they also provide resources that can help you be successful on the diet.

One really wonderful benefit of visiting these sites is that they will show you that you no longer have to eat a bland diet. As long as you keep the FODMAP level low in your diet, you can once again enjoy your food without worrying that you will have to pay for your choices later by way of distressing digestive symptoms.

When choosing recipes, it would be wise to do a double-check of the ingredient lists. New information about the FODMAP levels of foods is continually coming out. Some of the recipes you find on the sites may have been based on outdated information. Your best source for updated information is the Monash University app. If you find a recipe that looks appealing but has ingredients that have been found to be high-FODMAP, see what you can do to improvise.

Verywell Fit

Before you go anywhere, check out Verywell's own collection of IBS-friendly, low-FODMAP recipes. Not only are they appropriate for your diet, but we pride ourselves on offering tweaks on common dishes as well as creative combinations for all meals of the day (dessert included).


Taste offers a compilation of a wide variety of recipes. Recipes that are listed as "low-FODMAP" are not necessarily low-FODMAP, but instead are offered with notes at the bottom of the recipe as to how to modify the recipe so as to be consistent with a low-FODMAP diet. The site indicates that it provides an excess of 80 recipes, although there is no clear-cut organization. Options include entrees, desserts, bread, and soups.


Low FODMAP Diet is hosted by Larah Brook, who found IBS relief through the low-FODMAP diet. She offers recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and special occasions. Her site offers information about the diet and she encourages site visitors to share their own experiences.

A Little Bit Yummy

A Little Bit Yummy is the work of Alana Scott, who holds the distinction of being a regular recipe writer for the Monash University low-FODMAP blog. On her site, Alana offers delicious-looking recipes that include ideas for every type of meal and snack that you might think of.


Low FODMAP is hosted by a woman named Cecilie, who is based out of Norway. Cecilie is the author of a low-FODMAP cookbook and travel book. Her site offers a wide variety of low-FODMAP recipes.

Calm Belly Kitchen

Calm Belly Kitchen is hosted by Julie O'Hara, a former food writer and recipe developer who now offers low-FODMAP health coaching. Her recipes look amazing, but you will have to scroll through her blog posts to pick out the meals that look most appealing to you.


This site is run by Lauren Renlund, MPH, RD, who uses the low-FODMAP diet to manage her IBS symptoms. Her recipes run the gamut from breakfast to dinners to desserts.

My Gut Feeling

My Gut Feeling is hosted by Joana, a woman who received a late diagnosis of IBS. It focuses on food sensitivities, including FODMAPs. She offers a wide variety of recipes, including a unique and helpful "Take to Work" category.

The Friendly Gourmand

The Friendly Gourmand, hosted by a woman named Natty, offers a wide variety of recipes that are appropriate for both low-FODMAP and fructose malabsorption diets. The site also includes relevant research as well as tips for traveling while on a low-FODMAP diet.

For a Digestive Peace of Mind

For a Digestive Peace of Mind is authored by Kate Scarlata, RDN, a dietitian and the author of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to IBS." In addition to recipes, she offers a variety of printable resources for the low-FODMAP diet, including a printable shopping list and a checklist of high- and low-FODMAP foods.

Spicy R.D. Nutrition

Spicy R.D. Nutrition is hosted by E.A. Stewart, who calls herself the Spicy RD. On her site, she offers recipes to suit many diets, e.g., low-FODMAP, Paleo, Gluten-Free, etc.

Everyday Nutrition

Everyday Nutrition is run by Joanna Baker, a dietitian and a registered nurse. Her blog contains a wide variety of low-FODMAP recipes.

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