My Low FODMAP Cookbook!

How exciting is this?!  Monash University researchers reviewed and approved my cookbook!  I am so excited!  This cookbook covers the gamut…breakfast nosh such as Buckwheat Crepes, High Fiber Breakfast Porridge, Creamy Parmesan Polenta with Eggs and Maple Granola to yummy salads and fabulous side dishes such as Kale and Pumpkin Seed Salad, Quinoa Tabouli, Roasted Tomato Caprese and  Savory Rice Pilaf.  Family friendly favorites such as Mama Mia Meatballs, Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Peanut Sesame Noodles with Sautéed Vegetables and Tofu,  Farmer’s Market Frittata, and Tandoori Chicken and delicious sweet treats such as Oh Yeah Oatmeal Cookies, The Cheeky Monkey Smoothie and Easy Peasy Peanut Butter Cookies.  I have included 47 recipes including a few from the blog but the majority are NEW! This is a downloadable cookbook so you can download and print for your immediate use!  CLICK HERE TO BUY THE COOKBOOK!

FODMAP Friendly Recipe Book COVER

The cookbook is $10.00 USD and 10% of the proceeds go back to the Monash researchers to fund further research.

As always, thanks for supporting my work.

Sneak preview:  Here is the High Fiber Breakfast Porridge.  MMMMM….photo

5 replies on “My Low FODMAP Cookbook!

  • Lisa Woodward, RD

    I’m a new dietitian with many family members with IBS. I can’t believe we didn’t really cover FODMAPs in my undergrad when we talked about IBS. I’m so excited to find websites like yours! Thanks for posting so much info and writing a cookbook!

  • Dianna

    I am a low fodmap diet buy there’s a lot of food on the fodmap online that I can’t have so your cook book recipes I can’t have fructose and low cab, no flour and so on. I need food Ideas because I need to keep on but I don’t want to get sick of eating the same stuff.

    Thank you


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