Quinoa Breakfast Bowl

This delectable bowl is packed with protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals to start your day off right while it's gluten-free, low FODMAP and low histamine, so it's safe for people with gastroparesis, IBS, IBD, MCAS, MCAD and other GI and mast cell disorders.

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Pot Roast Hash

Pot Roast Hash makes a great low FODMAP brunch or dinner and it's an easy way to use up leftover pot roast. It's a nice change from the usual pork breakfast and only takes a few minutes longer than scrambled eggs. You can also saute some vegetables to throw in with it, such as bell … Continue reading Pot Roast Hash

Smoked Ham and Brie Omelet for Two

I’ve often used this recipe to use up any leftover brie, but I sometimes even buy brie when I see it on sale just so I can make Ham and brie omelets or  sandwiches because I just love the combination so much. No, it’s not the easiest cheese to work with since it’s so soft, … Continue reading Smoked Ham and Brie Omelet for Two

Gluten-Free Low FODMAP Pancakes

These gluten-free low FODMAP and histamine diet appropriate pancakes are so tasty I usually don’t bother with syrup. Of course, since they’re so low in carbohydrates, you’ll probably find it hard to resist. They also make excellent berry pancakes, which you can either add to the batter or place on top, fresh. They’re also great … Continue reading Gluten-Free Low FODMAP Pancakes