Yes, it is possible to have a delicious low FODMAP Christmas feast without triggering your symptoms of IBS! We’ve rounded up our favourite low FODMAP Christmas recipes including starters, sides, salads, mains and desserts to cater your day from start to finish.
Easy Eggplant Dip
Making a low FODMAP spread of starters is easier than you might think! Serve this simple eggplant dip with low FODMAP veggie sticks or gluten-free crackers. Get the recipe here.
Low FODMAP Hummus
Who said a low FODMAP diet meant no hummus? This recipe is simple yet full of flavour and creamy – the way a hummus should be! Get the recipe here.
Low FODMAP cob-less dip
This twist on a classic cob loaf is just as tasty but without the gluten! Get the recipe here.
Roast Capsicum, Feta and Olive Dip
It’ll be hard not to double-dip this delicious combination. Get the recipe here.
Sides & Salads
Caramelised Pumpkin & Pecan Salad
After a deliciously sweet salad for a Christmas side? This caramelised pumpkin and pecan salad will hit the spot at a half-cup serve for those on a low FODMAP diet. Get the recipe here.
Spiced Red Cabbage
Want to add colour to your low FODMAP Christmas table and an ‘off the beaten path’ side of vegetables? Look no further than red cabbage. Contrary to popular belief, cabbage is low FODMAP at 1 serve or 3/4 cup. Get the recipe here.
Roast Broccoli and Pomegranate Salad
Want to add some red and green to your table but make it more interesting? Look no further than this easy low FODMAP Christmas salad. Get the recipe here.
Smoked Salmon & Orange Salad
This combination will take a few seconds to put together and will easily impress your guests at Christmas. Get the recipe here.
Christmas Grazing Board
A spicy, zesty, flavour-bursting way to add a twist to your traditional Christmas barbeque or roast! Get the recipe here.
Spiced Roast Pork with Blueberries & Cabbage
Don’t discount this delicious combination! Blueberries make for a sweet, tart and low FODMAP dressing for pork. Get the recipe here.
Choc Walnut Brownies
These delicious low FODMAP treats are a simple dessert option for the big day. Get the recipe here.
Christmas Cookie Jar
Christmas cookie jars make for a simple, budget-friendly gift idea! Get the recipe here.
Cranberry, Macadamia and White Chocolate Bark
This dessert will take you all of a few seconds to prepare (with a little longer needed in your fridge or freezer) and makes for a tasty treat on the day or a present idea for friends, family, neighbours and teachers! Get the recipe here.
This low FODMAP Christmas dessert is a fun one to make with the kids! Get the recipe here.
Lemon and Macadamia Shortbread
While you might not be able to enjoy Christmas pudding on a low FODMAP diet, shortbread is still on the table and this recipe is winner! Get the recipe here.
Blueberry & Strawberry Crumble
Make the most of Australian summer fruit with this easy crumble recipe. Get the recipe here.
We hope these low FODMAP Christmas recipes help make your day as delicious as possible! Merry Christmas from The FODMAP Challenge team.