Finding flavorful low FODMAP packaged foods can be challenging. So…I have decided to post my latest market find on my site here. Check back periodically as I update with new favorite grocery store picks!
I always thought popcorn would be low FODMAP…but it is always good to get the official word!
Monash University FODMAP researchers have listed popcorn as low FODMAP in their app! Yipppppeeee! A ‘green light’ portion is 7 cups! Popcorn is one of my favorite snacks.
To make this good news even better, I have partnered with Quinn Popcorn to provide a yummy popcorn give-a-way! Want some? Just leave a comment sharing your favorite low FODMAP snack and you will be entered to win the Vermont Maple & Sea Salt and Just Sea Salt microwave popcorn pictured above. Of course, always check ingredients on packaged foods to ensure they comply with your diet guidelines.
56 replies on “Popcorn is low FODMAP!“
Potato chips always hit the spot 🙂
Homemade peanut butter power muffins made with peanut butter, chia seeds, eggs, maple syrup and oats
Well now, it’s popcorn 🙂
Can’t go wrong with oatmeal made with almond milk, blueberries and slivered almonds!
A small banana and spoonful of homemade peanut butter. Always!
lactose free yogurt
I actually love taking a bowl of fresh-popped popcorn and sprinkling it with Enjoy Life chocolate chips. Just the right amount of salty and sweet!
Home made toasted kale chips with a light dusting of Himalayan Sea Salt–yum!
Lightly salted carrot chips. 18 Carrot Gold by Hardbite Handcrafted Style Chips. Non GMO and absolutely delicious.
Our favorite low FODMAP snacks are clementines, cheese sticks and a corn tortilla heated on the skillet and topped with grated cheddar cheese.
My favorite snack has always been popcorn!
PB2 mixed with water. So yummy 🙂
Potato chips are a safe bet for me!
I like to make a little trail mix. I include 2 TBSP Ghirardelli’s 60% dark chocolate chips, a heaping Tablespoon or so of dried, sweetened coconut pieces (I find it at TJ Maxx, Marshall’s or HomeGoods), 10 almonds, a teaspoon of dried cranberries, and a handful of kettle corn. I will sometimes add gf pretzels as well. I put it in little snack size bags :).
I love red quinoa rice thins w/ a tbsp of sun butter
I live by my night time snacks! My go to snacks are Gimme seaweed snacks, Andean chocolate chip quinoa cookies, and Tiny But Mighty Heirloom Popcorn.
Gluten free pretzels dipped in peanut butter!
One of my favorite low fodmap snacks are baked bananas and almond butter, sprinkled with cinnamon…yum! Love popcorn too, so thanks for this opportunity
Greek Yogurt with chia seeds!
Lightly salted rice cake with peanut butter…perfect combo of salty and sweet with a crunch!!
One of my favorite low fodmap snacks are baked bananas and almond butter, sprinkled with cinnamon…yum! Love popcorn too, so thanks for this opportunity!
Roasted almonds….within portion size recommended.
My “doctored” GF cornbread.
Peanuts are my favorite snack. Thank you, Kate for your wonderful blog!
Lactose free ice cream or homemade raspberry sorbet
mixed berries and a sharp cheddar cheese stick
I love potato chips when I need a crunchy snack.
Nachos with homemade salsa
My favorite low-FODMAP snack is natural peanut butter & raspberry jam on a rice cake! 🙂
PoPcOrN is always a favorite of mine along with bananas.
Greek yogurt and banana….or carrot and spices….nuts….
Oh, I mix Greek yogurt with all kinds of things.
My Low Fodmap snack is bananas covered in dark chocolate. And I love, love popcorn !!!!
Rice cake with peanut butter and sliced banana on top!!
Sorry, I wanted to say one more thing. I just found out the popcorn I have always use has something in it called “TBHQ” which I googled, and found out it has butane in it. I would have never have know this before, but thanks to the Low Fodmap diet I read all the ingredients of anything I buy now!
A banana and some smooth, organic peanut butter hits the spot any time! Mmmm.
I love a clementine with some dark chocolate!
Popcorn IS my favorite snack!
Homemade no-bake cookies (lactose free milk)!!
Popcorn…or a banana drizzled with organic peanut butter…or a few homemade dark chocolate covered strawberries…or…..oops, the list is never ending, thanks to your informative blog!
Love Popcorn. Sometimes I drizzle a little melted dark chocolate on top for a little decadent taste. In addition, if I want something more savory, I go for the Nutritional yeast which imparts a cheesy type taste without any dairy. Who doesn’t love POPCORN – Yummo !!
Blueberry cornbread muffins
Maria | Go Messy or Go Hungry
Yum, so good to know that popcorn is officially low FODMAP! Kind of surprised about the 7 cup limit… I find I can only eat a couple of cups at a time.
My fiancée makes this killer popcorn with just olive oil and sea salt, which might sound lame because you know BUTTER goes on popcorn, but it’s seriously sooo good.
I also like to make homemade protein bars with rice protein powder. Perfect snack to being to work!
I have become a huge fan of potato chips because I can tolerate them so well. I’m hoping I can find something a bit healthier but still naughty enough to be considered a treat. 😉
Popcorn…or a banana drizzled with organic peanut butter…or a few homemade dark chocolate covered strawberries…or…..oops, the list is too long thanks to your informative blog!
Since I have been following the low-fodmap diet, I eat more popcorn now than ever. I usually by Boom Chika Pop! I would love to try Quinn popcorn. I am a teacher and popcorn is a quick snack for me to eat during the day!
My favorite snack is a little caprese salad – one tomato sliced with mozzarella, a basil leaf and drizzled with garlic infused oil, YUM! 🙂
Yes, especially in the summer when tomatoes are at their finest!! YUM!
Love all the giveaways! I’ve never had Quinn Popcorn, but either popcorn or mozzarella cheese sticks are by far my favorite snacks.
I found a low/no FODMAP salsa recipe I like recently. I’ve also found that I can eat the Enjoy Life chocolate bars with the purple label. I malabsorb fructose.
hey Robin, What is the name of the salsa? Would love to check it out!
I love pretzels and found Snyder’s gluten-free pretzels to be great so far! They are the closest in taste to a real pretzel. Word to the wise: I also have a bag of Trader Joe’s gluten free pretzels and they are dreadful! They remind me of goldfish crackers.
I eat half a banana, about 10 nuts, or about a quarter cup of air popped popcorn!
Joyce @ The Hungry Caterpillar
I love popcorn! Our family’s tradition is to eat popcorn with soup. Favorite snack…let me see…I’m a really big fan of Mesa Sunrise cereal with LF milk, or a green smoothie made with frozen banana, almond milk, spinach and flaxseed meal.
Popcorn with cinnamon is ideal on movie night! I also love carrot sticks with a FODMAP friendly serve of nut butter ✅
Wow, Abby, I have nevered tried cinnamon on popcorn…sounds interesting. Do you use just plain cinnamon or cinnamon sugar?
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