Low FODMAP Christmas menu classic
Are you not sure yet what you are going to cook for Christmas this year? Or do you find it difficult to make a completely low FODMAP Christmas menu? No worries! I have created a few low FODMAP Christmas menu’s for you this year. I have already shared recipes for an Italian-themed Christmas menu. In this blog, I am going to give you ideas for a classic Christmas menu. Classic recipes that are popular to serve for Christmas, but made low FODMAP!
Classic low FODMAP Christmas menu’s
Serve a low FODMAP carpaccio as a starter. Almost everybody loves this classic starter!
Or go for fish and serve this super simple low FODMAP shrimp cocktail.
Another delicious idea is low FODMAP vol-au-vent (chicken ragout). Hmm, I love it!
Pork tenderloin is a popular Christmas dinner main dish here in the Netherlands. This stuffed pork tenderloin with pesto, mozzarella and parma ham is extra yummy and very easy to make. Great to serve with potatoes and haricot verts wrapped in bacon.
Rather have a vegetarian main dish? Give this stuffed spaghetti squash with spinach and goat cheese a try!
Low FODMAP Christmas menu: desserts
And of course we end with dessert, my favourite part of Christmas dinner. What do you think about a classic crème brûlée?
Or these bite-sized chocolate chip cheesecakes? Perfect with some fruit on the side and great if you are not really hungry anymore.
Or go for one of the classic favourites: tiramisu! On my blog you can find 3 different versions: strawberry tiramisu, classic tiramisu or speculaas tiramisu! A dessert that almost everybody will love.
Or go for extra fancy with these lemon meringue tartlets!
Would you like to serve some soup with your Christmas dinner? Then take a look at these low FODMAP soup recipes as a starter for Christmas dinner.
I hope that I gave you some inspiration for your low FODMAP Christmas menu this year! What are you planning to make for Christmas?
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