Healthier Treats: Chocolate Avocado Brownies
These chocolate avocado brownies are literally the best brownies you will ever make. If you are looking for a treat that will not only impress with its nutrient-rich qualities, but also leave a remarkable impression on your guests palate, this is the recipe for you.
Friendly Side Dishes: Oatmeal Blueberry Bread
This oatmeal blueberry bread is a great treat for those with IBS and/or those following the Low-FODMAP diet. This quick bread makes a great addition to breakfast, is delicious as an afternoon snack, and tastes even better on day two!
Panko Encrusted Eggplant with Roasted Red Pepper Coulis
This Low-FODMAP recipe will easily become your favorite Vegetarian dish- especially for your meat eater companions! The eggplant is a hearty vegetable that’s available year long & the roasted red pepper coulis can be used for spaghetti, as a dip, or even created into a soup.
Healthier Treats: Sweet & Chewy No-Bake Granola Bars
Who doesn’t love granola bars? From kids to adults, these no-bake, sweet and salty, oat and peanut butter granola bars are always a huge hit. And they’re a Low-FODMAP treat!
Main Dishes: Vegan Tofu Sofritas Bowls
These copycat vegan Chipotle sofritas bowls are naturally vegan and so full of flavor. Even if you’re not vegan, you will enjoy this dish thanks to all of the delicious and fresh flavors. A great Low-FODMAP meal choice featuring tips on cooking flavorful tofu.
Friendly Snacks: Greek Loaded Hummus Board
This GERD & IBS-Friendly Greek Loaded Hummus Board is full of homemade hummus dip, Greek chicken skewers, peppers, veggies, pita bread, olives and more! It’s full of delicious appetizer type snacks that are on the lighter and healthier side for a snacking experience that tastes delicious but that won't bother your GERD.
Main Dishes: Cajun Sausage and Rice Bowls
Want dinner ready in about 15 minutes? Make these Cajun Sausage and Rice Bowls! They are crazy easy to make and are loaded with turkey sausage, brown rice, sautéed peppers, corn, green onions and more!
Main Dishes: Gluten-Free Spinach, Artichoke & Chicken Pasta
A quick and easy meal recipe that is friendly for our acid reflux, GERD, IBS and Low-FODMAP community, this gluten-free spinach, artichoke and chicken pasta is a dish you will not want to miss out on! If you are a fan of spinach artichoke dip or someone looking for a meal that will be a big hit for everyone in the home, this recipe is for you.
Healthier Treats: Chocolate Avocado Pudding
This delicious pudding is full of healthy monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. Some studies show that eating avocado regularly can actually help keep cholesterol levels normal. Regular chocolate pudding is made with real cream and other ingredients high in saturated fat making this an overall healthier option.
Friendly Snacks: Gluten-Free Party Mix
This gluten-free, homemade version of Chex Mix is so easy and tastier than store-bought! Our Gluten-Free Party Mix is loaded with Chex, almonds, pretzels and peanuts and covered in a flavorful Worcestershire butter sauce with smoked paprika!
Sensational Soups: Chicken Lemon
This Chicken Lemon Soup is made healthy with brown rice and added vegetables like celery and carrots and lean chicken breast. This soup can be a complete meal on its own, or paired with a nice salad for a fresh option.
Sensational Soups: Zuppa Toscana
This Zuppa Toscana is very similar to the Zuppa Toscana served at Olive Garden but is made healthier at home and the ingredients can be accommodated to both GERD and Low-FODMAP diets. Loaded with sausage, potatoes and kale, this is a simple soup that is loaded with a lot of flavor.
Healthy Salads: Greek Salad Mason Jars
Breakfast Main Dishes: Make-Ahead Egg Bake
This make-ahead egg bake is perfect because it is easy to make the night before a holiday morning (or any day!) and bake in the morning. It is full of flavor with bacon, bell peppers, sweet potatoes and summer squash and can be accommodated for Low-FODMAP and GERD diets.
Healthier Treats: Sugar Cookies
These healthier sugar cookies have less butter than a traditional recipe and are made with white-whole wheat flour. They have way less sugar than many sugar cookie recipes and are wonderful for anyone. They are a better choice than some other heavier desserts for people with GERD.