Go low FODMAP for the most important meal of the day!

It's common knowledge that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, it gives you energy and fills your stomach after a nights sleep. We wanted to share our favourite breakfast ideas for if you're following a low FODMAP diet and are looking for a bit of inspiration! 

Oats:

Gluten free porridge oats are a great way to get your nutrients and they're also super filling! You can enjoy them hot in the form of porridge topped with bananas, nuts or maple syrup, we recommend choosing rolled oats as they have a lower GI so break down more slowly. Our favourite porridge recipe is: https://fodmapchallenge.com/2017/07/porridge-low-fodmap-winter-warmer/

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Image: thefodmapchallenge.com

Alternatively you can enjoy them cold in the form of overnight oats for a very yummy and 'Instagram worthy' meal! Overnight oats are simply oats and milk in a bowl and put in the fridge overnight. Of course oats and milk alone is an unappetising way to start your day, but the beauty of this is the tasty toppings! You can top with seeds, berries, cinammon, maple syrup, nuts or whatever tickles your fancy! https://notfromapacketmix.com/2015/03/06/overnight-chia-oats-low-fodmap-gluten-free-vegan-dairy-free-fructose-friendly/

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Image: www.notfromapacketmix.com

Pancakes and Waffles:

You can swap your regular flour for a gluten free one and switch up your milk choice with almond milk or coconut milk (or whatever you fancy!) and *voila* low FODMAP pancakes! Find our favourite pancake recipe here: https://www.fodmapformula.com/low-fodmap-pancakes/

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Image: www.fodmapformula.com

Waffles are also a super yummy breakfast and by swapping your flour and baking powder for a gluten free alternative you can enjoy them whilst on the low FODMAP diet! Find out favourite waffle recipe here: http://blog.katescarlata.com/2017/10/19/diy-low-fodmap-gluten-free-waffle-mix/

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Image: blog.katescarlata.com

Eggs:

Why not try an omelette for breakfast, this super easy meal has endless possibilities and is a great way to use leftovers! You can top with unseasoned meats, left over veg and cheese - delicious! Our favourite breakfast omelette is: http://www.boncalme.com/recipes/breakfast/low-fodmap-tomato-leek-frittata/

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Image: www.bo

Disclaimer: please ensure you check all ingredients before making these recipes as everyone is different and tolerances may differ.