Thanksgiving is just around the corner so it’s time to sort out a delicious menu! We’ve got plenty of yummy last-minute low FODMAP recipes to help you celebrate. Check out 16 of our favourite low FODMAP Thanksgiving recipes that your family will love.
16 Favourite Low FODMAP Thanksgiving Recipes
Low FODMAP Pumpkin & Sage Cornbread
Fluffy and warm is the perfect way to describe this low FODMAP pumpkin & sage cornbread. It’s a lovely side for your roast dinner or a delicious breakfast option.
Low FODMAP Mini Sweet Potato Casseroles
Fun fact for you – sweet potato has a low FODMAP serving size. That means these delightful mini sweet potato and carrot casseroles can be on the menu.
Low FODMAP Creamy Mashed Potato with Gravy
Hello comfort food! This creamy mashed potato melts in your mouth and the homemade gravy makes this a super tasty low FODMAP recipe.
Low FODMAP Green Bean Casserole
This low FODMAP green bean casserole has been a hotly requested recipe! Think light and creamy mushroom sauce, tender green beans and a cheesy bread crumb topping. It’s the perfect holiday side dish and can easily be made gluten free and dairy free.
Low FODMAP Roast Chicken
Everyone loves a good low FODMAP roast! A roast chicken is a lovely option if you are having a smaller Thanksgiving gathering.
Low FODMAP Lamb Chops with Mock Plum Sauce
Wow your guests with these tasty lamb chops with mock plum sauce. Most of you probably know that plums are high FODMAP so we’ve created a tasty sauce using a low FODMAP serving of blueberries instead. Trust us – it’s totally delicious. Join the Recipe Club to unlock this premium recipe.
Low FODMAP Orange Miso Roast Veggie Lentil Salad
Something magical happens when you fuse miso and orange together in this low FODMAP orange miso roast veggie & lentil salad. Their flavours combine to create an Asian flavour bomb that keeps you going back for more!
Low FODMAP Roast Vegetables
There is nothing better than sweet sticky melt in your mouth low FODMAP roast vegetables. My mum’s secret weapon in the kitchen was her ginger maple glaze for roast veggies and she has been kind enough to share it with us today.
Low FODMAP Golden Potato Bake
This potato bake is super easy to whip up with whatever you have available in the pantry. It’s golden, cheesy and is a delish comfort food dish worthy of sharing with your friends and family. Unlock this premium recipe by joining our Low FODMAP Recipe Club.
Low FODMAP Green Bean & Bacon Side Dish
Looking for a yummy side dish to wow your friends and family members with? We’ve got you covered – think tender pan-fried green beans, crispy bacon bits, crunchy toasted pumpkin seeds, and little pops of lemon and spring onion/scallion.
Low FODMAP Stuffing
I love low FODMAP stuffing! Crunchy on the outside, soft and moist on the inside, and packed full of herby goodness. The great thing about this low FODMAP recipe is you can prepare the stuffing the day before.
Low FODMAP Gravy
I really miss gravy and it is hard to find instant packets of gravy that don’t contain high FODMAP ingredients. I’ve created a low FODMAP recipe for safe and tasty homemade gravy that you can make in advance.
Low FODMAP Everyday Cranberry Sauce
Cranberry sauce sounds so fancy! But with just 5 minutes of hands-on time, you can whip up a yummy cranberry sauce that you can keep in the fridge. This premium recipe is perfect for Thanksgiving and can be found in our Low FODMAP Recipe Club.
Low FODMAP Rustic Pumpkin Pie
This is my Kiwi girl’s take on a classic pumpkin pie. My family love how it’s sweet and spicy, thick and smooth all at the same time.
Low FODMAP Cheesecake
Luscious low FODMAP cheesecake. Do we need to say more? This little recipe is a foodie rockstar and is going be the talking point of your next gathering. It’s got a chilled out rustic vibe that makes it effortlessly cool while absolutely delicious all at the same time.
Low FODMAP Flourless Chocolate Cake
Oh, my friends. I have a treat for you! A decadent low FODMAP flourless chocolate cake is now on the loose.
It’s super moist. It’s chocolatey with tiny little hints of coffee and cinnamon. AND it’s just begging you to eat it with a serve of low FODMAP yoghurt, ice cream, or a drizzle of chocolate sauce.
It’s time to get your cook on with these delicious low FODMAP Thanksgiving recipes. We hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving filled with love and laughter. We also can’t wait to hear what you cook!
Chris Rankin saysNovember 19, 2021 at 7:53 am
The chicken gravy recipe looks tasty but what are “chicken nibbles”? I’m in the UK, not sure if this is raw chicken wings or cooked chicken pieces (which often have onion or garlic powder) or something else.
Alana Scott saysNovember 19, 2021 at 7:56 am
In New Zealand chicken nibbles refer to uncooked chicken wings so please use those in the recipe. Let us know how you get on!