Recipe Round-Up: Breakfast

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(The Fodmapper, Spoonie Sophia, Very Berry Lottie, Goodness Is Gorgeous)

Breakfast is not only the most important meal of the day, it’s also undoubtedly the best and this month’s breakfast recipe round-up is sure to leave you feeling the same.

When starting the FODMAP diet, a common misconception is that you’ll be stuck with nothing to eat. The long list of foods to avoid is enough to put many off giving it a go. So I’ve decided to start a monthly FODMAP recipe round-up helping fodmappers to find new delicious dishes and ensuring that you won’t be going hungry!

A huge thank you to everyone that sent me their delicious recipes – click the text and pictures to be linked to all their lovely blogs.


Kale and mozerella scrambled eggs

Poached egg with avocado and smoked salmon

Broccoli and cheddar frittata

Healthy broccoli and cheese frittataCooking LSL

Veggie omelette bites (replace mushrooms with another FODMAP veg)- Divas Run For Bling

Scrambled eggs with kale and mozerella – Simply Recipes

Poached egg over smoked salmon and avocado (only use as much avocado as you can tolerate – usually 1/4 – 1/2) – Cookin’ Canuck

Baked eggs with spinach and tomato – The Fodmapper

Spicy kale omelette (remove onions) – Madeline Shaw

Kale and sweet potato hash with sunny side up eggs (remove onions) – Natural Kitchen Adventures


Healthy Coconut and Berry Muffins

Chocolate Chip Granola Bars

Healthy Maple Banana Bran Muffins

Blueberry scones (replace regular flour with gluten-free) – Lemons and Laughs

Maple banana bran muffins (use gluten-free cereal, gluten-free flour and regular butter) – Kevin Is Cooking

Flax seed muffins with a variety of delicious toppings Jessica Says

Cranberry oatmeal bake (use regular butter)- Kevin Is Cooking

Chocolate chip granola bars (replace honey with maple syrup) – My Baking Addiction

Berry and coconut muffins (remove apple sauce) – Minimalist Baker

Gluten free buckwheat and oat breadMadeline Shaw





Lemon curd pancakes (replace regular flour with gluten-free) – Cooking LSL

Buckwheat and banana pancakes Wholesome Hartley

Peanut butter pancakes (replace regular flour with gluten-free) – I A Running On Peanut Butter

Oatmeal waffles- Minimalist Baker

Blueberry french toast casserole Eat Your Beet

Hot cross pancakes – Goodness Is Gorgeous

Buckwheat breakfast pizza – Goodness Is Gorgeous

Strawberry and nutella french toast roll ups (use gluten-free bread) – La Petit Chef





Quinoa breakfast parfait (replace yoghurt with lactose-free) – The Daily Meal

Peanut butter, banana and chocolate granola – The Fodmapper

Chocolate, coconut and hazelnut quinoa granolaCooking LSL

Cranberry and orange granolaThe Fodmapper

Carrot cake porridge Hedi Hearts

Strawberry and raspberry overnight oats Naturally Bee

Cocoa nib and pomegranate overnight oats Oh My Veggies

Tropical pineapple boozy baked oatmealOh She Glows

Chia, lemon and quinoa bowl The Healthy Apple

Coconut, maca and raspberry porridge (replace honey with maple syrup)- Spoonie Sophia

Hot cross bun porridge Naturally Bee


Pink smoothie bowl

Green Juice Smoothie

Low FODMAP Blueberry Smoothie

Blueberry and banana smoothie – A Little Bit Yummy

Blueberry, kiwi and mint smoothie – Kate Scarlata

Pink smoothie bowl – The Thinking Kitchen

Green juice Deliciously Ella

Superfruit smoothie – Green Kitchen Stories

Acai bowl Very Berry Lottie


More breakfast ideas from the insta foodies who used my hashtag:

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Low FODMAP│IBS│Low Lactose│Low Gluten│Low Fructose


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