Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but I just want it to be easy.
Low-FODMAP diets require a lot more cooking from scratch than what I was normally used to doing for my little family. I depended a lot on pre-made and packaged meals and ingredients. Breakfast was where this was most evident.
I've way upped my cooking game since my daughter went low-FODMAP in every area except for breakfast. Instead, I found FODMAP friendly breakfasts that could quickly feed my daughter and let me enjoy my coffee before the start of our busy days.
Scrambled eggs (yes, it's cooking, but super fast)
Gluten free toast with olive oil or lactose free butter but watch for high-FODMAP ingredients, cane sugar, and cinnamon.
Vans gluten free waffles with pure maple syrup (Walmart)
Udi's blueberry muffins (Walmart)
Katz gluten free donuts (Sprouts)
Oatmeal with cinnamon and sugar
Green valley organic lactose free yogurt (Sprouts)
Erewhon gluten free rice cereal (like Rice Crispies) (Sprouts)
Strawberries (limit ten)
Grapes (limit one cup)
Raspberries (limit ten)
Blueberries (limit 20)
Water (no limit!)
Lactose free milk (limit 1/2 cup)
Rice milk (limit 1/2 cup)
Cranberry juice (limit 1/2 cup)