10 light low FODMAP dinner recipes
To me, warm weather means light summer meals. When it is warm, I always feel less hungry and I don’t feel like spending a lot of time in the kitchen. My dinners usually consist of salads, bowls and simple pasta’s. And as the warm weather isn’t going to be over any time soon (so happy about that!), I have collected 10 light low FODMAP dinner recipes to give you some inspiration for the warm summer days!
This spring roll bowl still is one of my favourite recipes ever. I made a copycat version from my favourite Vietnamese food stand at the food market in my hometown. It is super fresh, light and healthy.
I created this muhammara pasta when I decided to use my favourite spread as a pasta sauce. A super tasty vegan pasta that is ready to eat in no time.
This recipe is perfect for days where you feel like eating tacos or burritos, but you want to make your meal just a little lighter. You replace the tacos for lettuce and voilá: a super light and tasty meal.
This is one of my personal go-to recipes on a warm day. Delicious for dinner, but also to take with you as a on-the-go lunch. Simple to make, but a perfect combination of flavours.
Pita pizza’s are a great invention to make a tasty pizza very quickly. You cut a low FODMAP pita in half, add a topping of your choice and put it into the oven. These mini flammkuchen pizza’s are too good!
This recipe takes a little more time than the other recipes in this blog, but it is so so tasty. Risotto is always a good idea.
With only 6 ingredients, this is a super simple recipe. But it is so fresh and tasty! Perfect for a warm summer day.
These burgers are a tasty meat replacer. Made from a basis of millet with several kinds of vegetables and grated cheese.
This flavour combination is fantastic. Pesto and carpaccio go perfectly together and also in a pasta it is a top combination.
A simple quinoa salad with chicken and homemade salsa. Good for lunch or for dinner.
I hope I have given you some dinner inspiration for the warm summer days! What is your favourite light summer dinner?