Low FODMAP vegan recipes
If you’re vegan and looking for delicious, low FODMAP vegan recipes, you’re in luck. A vegan diet doesn’t mean you have to eat plain or boring.
Luckily there are still plenty of things that you can eat when you eat both low FODMAP and vegan, so you don’t have to eat the same things over and over.
Vegan FODMAP recipes for every day
The vegan FODMAP recipes on Karlijn’s Kitchen are easy to make and can be eaten daily. Below you can find some inspiration for yummy recipes that you can make for dinner or lunch: low FODMAP vegetarian shepherd’s pie (this is a vegetarian recipe that can easily be made vegan), low FODMAP lentil dahl, low FODMAP lentil soup, or a low FODMAP roasted chickpea salad.
There are also many delicious low FODMAP desserts and snacks that you will definitely enjoy, such as low FODMAP healthy chocolate coconut balls, low FODMAP vegan brownies, or low FODMAP banana oat cookies.
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The challenge of eating vegan and low FODMAP
You do have to pay a bit of extra attention to your nutrition when you eat low FODMAP and vegan. Some favorite ingredients in vegan diets, such as beans and legumes are high in FODMAPs or only low FODMAP in very small amounts.
Also, another vegan diet favorite, avocado, can only be eaten in small servings on this diet. Next to that, lots of veggies are limited low FODMAP. So you have to plan well how you combine them into your diet.
This can be challenging and make it a little more difficult to vary enough. Therefore, I would always recommend following the diet under the guidance of a dietician who can make sure that you get all the nutrients that you need.
If you want a little help with picking veggies and protein sources for your low FODMAP vegan recipes, then check out my blogs about eating enough vegetables on the FODMAP diet and low FODMAP vegan and vegetarian protein sources.