This post contains affiliate links.  I’ve been on a Low Fodmap diet for about four weeks now.  Among all of the diets I’ve been on in the past for various physical ailments, I find this one the most restrictive.  Probably, this is because I can’t eat any of my favorite fruits and veggies–Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, apples, pears–that I used to eat every day.  However, I’m trying to make the best of it because I should only have to stay on this diet for 60 days, until my SIBO starts to clear up.  To make things easier on myself, I had a Low Fodmap freezer cooking session.  Here’s what I made:

Low Fodmap Freezer Cooking Session

Low Fodmap Freezer Cooking Session

I made :

Pork Patties (just grilled ground pork patties seasoned with just salt and pepper)

Paleo Chili Recipe (minus the onions and garlic)

Beef Taco Meat (in the small containers seasoned with Fody Foods Vegan Taco Seasoning)

Ground Beef cooked (to add in small batches to spaghetti made with spaghetti squash and Fody Pasta Sauce)

Banana Walnut Muffins (my favorite Low Fodmap food, but I can only eat one a day)

Final Thoughts

Now, I have the freezer stocked with several meals and snacks to eat when my family has a high Fodmap meal (which is most of the time).

Have you been on a Low Fodmap diet?  If so, I’d love to hear what recipes you enjoyed.

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