10 vegan and low FODMAP recipes you need to try

10 vegan and low FODMAP recipes you need to try
Give these tasty dishes a go (Picture: Getty/

Nobody should have to give up on being a vegn for medical reasons, but facing the low FODMAP diet is a big ask if you don’t eat meat, fish or dairy.

In case you didn’t know, the low FODMAP diet is used to help relieve the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) sufferers.

It can be pretty restrictive and when you’re avoiding all animal-derived products already, the combination can seem impossible.

Here are 10 recipes to restore your faith in combining vegan and low FODMAP food.

buckwheat pancakes
Buckwheat pancakes (Picture: Becky Excell)

These versatile pancakes can be used with sweet or savoury toppings and can be whipped up in no time.

Perfect for breakfast, brunch or lunch.

chewy vegan cookies
Chewy chocolate chip cookies (Picture: Becky Excell)

These chocolate chip cookies are super soft, chewy, with no eggs in sight.

10 vegan and low FODMAP recipes you need to try
BBQ pulled jackfruit (Picture: Becky Excell)

Yep, even the ultimate vegan delicacy, BBQ pulled jackfruit, is on the menu.

Just make sure you pick up a low FODMAP BBQ sauce.

10 vegan and low FODMAP recipes you need to try
Shepherd’s pie (Picture: Becky Excell)

What would life be without a Shepherd’s pie? Make sure that you don’t miss out on the ultimate comfort food.

spinach and chickpea curry
Spinach and chickpea curry (Picture: Becky Excell)

This simple, yet warming, spicy curry is a weeknight winner.

Fun fact: a serving of chickpeas at 42g is a-ok on the low FODMAP diet.

buckwheat galettes
Three ingredient buckwheat galettes (Picture: Becky Excell)

It’s so easy to make filled vegan galettes using just three ingredients: buckwheat flour, salt and water.

If you struggle to know what to eat for lunch or dinner, you can simply just change up the filling.

nourishing bowl
Nourishing FODMAP bowl (Picture: Becky Excell)

This colourful bowl is exactly the type of thing you’d see on Instagram, but could never eat. Until now.

satay noodles
Satay noodles (Picture: Becky Excell)

You just can’t beat a spicy satay sauce, crunchy veg and fresh rice noodles.

This one is simple and so easy to make in a hurry.

Jammy dodger linzer biscuits (Picture: Becky Excell)

The biscuit aisle is a sad place after going vegan, so why not just make your own?

Fill them with jam, lemon curd or maybe even with a little of the next recipe.

hazlenut spread
Homemade crunchy chocolate and hazelnut spread (Picture: Becky Excell)

Let’s be honest, life without chocolate and hazelnut spread is a big ask.

With a few simple ingredients, it’ll be yours in no time.

Becky Excell is a London-based food/travel/lifestyle blogger. You can check out her gluten-free blog for recipes, travel guides and vlogs.

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