Dr. Rachel’s Low-FODMAP Passover Recipes Cookbook; Gluten-free, IBS-friendly

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Passover is my favorite holiday of the Jewish calendar.  Spring has sprung, and the Seder meal is the perfect gathering of family, friends and good food.

That being said, it is not always easy to find great tasting, low-FODMAP options for Passover.  Luckily- you need look no further than this list below for the Passover Seder and beyond!

Here are some wonderful low-FODMAP recipes that are suitable for Passover, and are also gluten-free.

Check out the blog for over 500 more low-FODMAP recipes, all IBS-friendly.

Be healthy and happy,

Rachel Pauls, MD

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Dr. Rachel’s Low-FODMAP Passover Recipes Cookbook; Gluten-free, IBS-friendly

Low-FODMAP Passover Seder Plate and Ceremonial Foods

  • Try my low-FODMAP Charoset recipe
  • White horseradish is low-FODMAP (avoid beet horseradish)
  • Parsley is low-FODMAP (avoid celery)
  • Eggs are low-FODMAP
  • Salt water is low-FODMAP
  • Manischewitz gluten-free matzo contains low-FODMAP ingredients (tapioca starch, water, eggs, potato starch, potatoes, palm oil, sugar, salt).  Other gluten-free matzos often contain honey.
    • However, this matzo is not suitable for the Seder ceremony
    • Small amounts of standard matzo may be consumed depending on your tolerance
  • Wine:  Red wine is low-FODMAP, in one glass serving.  Suggest consume 1 ounce size glasses for each of the 4 cups of wine to minimize overconsumption (I can’t deny that there is something about Manischewitz Concord wine that makes me nostalgic every year!  Passover wouldn’t be the same without it)

Low-FODMAP Passover Salads and Starters

Low-FODMAP Passover Entrees and Side Dishes

Low-FODMAP Passover Desserts

Happy Pesach.  Chag Sameach!!

Comments Rating 5 (2 reviews)

4 Responses

  1. lifesaver

    I am so grateful for this list! I have been worrying about the seder and now I feel so much more relaxed. Thanks for these great recipes and all your advice.

    1. Rivkah!
      We are so happy to hear this, it warmed our hearts. Best to you and your family for this Passover season. Stay in touch 🙂

  2. Gd-sent

    Thank you. On a whim I googled ” low fodmap and passover” and your page came up. I am already less nervous about getting through the holiday without pain and bloating. Thank you!!!

    1. Hi Sabrina,
      We love hearing from you. So happy you found us too!!! Chag Sameach. Stay in touch, we have many other recipes to help you on your FODMAP journey 🙂

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