10 Last Minute Super Bowl Ideas for Low Fodmap, Gluten and Dairy Free

Every. Single. Year.

It’s not like I don’t know February is coming. But somehow I always find myself panicking before that first Sunday. Because when the Ultimate Game Day is just around the corner, only one serious question remains.

What will we eat?10 Superbowl Ideas

Priorities, people. Priorities. When there are pigskin fans in your home, there’s only one thing that makes or breaks the game.
Food. And beer. And a working TV. And those comic relief commercial breaks.

Ok, ok. But back to food. Continue reading

Low Fodmap Grilled Mahi-Mahi with Pineapple Salsa

My favorite part about summer? The gas grill. Throw on just about any meal, toss in a few sides and you’ve got yourself a winner.

Officially on my Make-It-Again List, this recipe gets all three stamps of approval.Grilled Mahi Mahi Pineapple Salsa

That’s right. This fish dish is gluten free, dairy free, and low fodmap! Not to mention full of omega 3’s, clean ingredients, and no sugar added! The combination of jalapenos, Cajun seasoning, and fresh pineapple gives it the perfect balance between sweet and spicy.

This is a great way to enjoy a healthy dinner today without the digestive pain tomorrow!

But enough about that. On to the important stuff. Continue reading

Southwest Salsa (Cowboy Caviar)

Looking for a healthy dish to pass this weekend? Don’t worry. I’ve got you covered.

Sweet, tangy, and so healthy I don’t even feel bad eating this with tortilla chips.gluten free cowboy caviar

Because really, I’m just looking for any good excuse to eat chips.

Quickly throw these ingredients together for a delicious side dish. My husband (who isn’t a huge fan of beans) will eat this by the bowl full! It marinates in the refrigerator overnight, making it an easy dish to pass at your summer Barbecue!

This dish is naturally gluten free. Which just adds to the awesome. Continue reading

Good Morning Oatmeal: with coconut milk, bananas, & pecans (low-fodmap)

Want a fabulous way to start your day? A quick breakfast that leaves your taste buds happy and you full of energy?Low Fodmap oatmeal with coconut milk, bananas, and pecans

Oatmeal. You know…those little flakes collecting dust in your pantry?

This breakfast is classic but I just HAD to share this recipe. Watching my husband eat this concoction lately inspired me. I tried this combo at work and was all smiles. I may have greeted those around me with, “Good morning!” and then with added gumption, “I’m really enjoying my oatmeal!!” Awkward. Just awkward.

So in light of not scaring my co-workers, I decided to share my enthusiasm with you all instead! Be glad. Be very glad. Continue reading

Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup

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Cold and flu giving you the sniffles? Too exhausted and achy to make dinner? Try this simple and easy make-it-while-you-nap recipe! Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup simmering in the slow-cooker might just be what you need to get back on your feet.

This recipe is low-fodmap and can easily be made gluten free but is still a soup the whole family can enjoy! The only store-bought broth I have found that is low-fodmap (contains no onions or garlic) is Progresso’s Chicken Broth. It contains only six ingredients and can easily be found at most local grocery stores and opens up a whole new world of soups for those following the low-fodmap diet! Continue reading

Winter Pot Roast Stew

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When the temperatures reach an arctic level, I prefer to enjoy winter from inside my home.

This homemade stew is the perfect end to a chilly day. The best part? Throw it all in your crock pot for an effortless meal! A nutritious blend of protein, vegetables, and healthy carbs to keep you full. Healthy and hearty, this delicious soup will warm you from the inside out.

As a bonus, this stew is also dairy-free, gluten-free, and low-fodmap! Continue reading