Zucchinis. It’s such a versatile vegetable but so often forgotten. According to Monash App, 65g or 1/2 zucchini is considered low FODMAP – but in my experience, it’s a very well tolerated vegetable, so I’d probably test yourself out with higher quantities and see how you go.
Remember it’s important to bring FODMAPS back into your diet where and when you can. Strict avoidance of FODMAPS for long periods of time actually worsens the health of your microbiome and digestive health over time. So go slow and steady, and bring things back where you can.
This is a really quick recipe to make and it’s a nice way to add some more vegetables and fiber into your day. I find most people don’t meet the 30g/day of fiber that they should be getting, nor do they consume the minimum of 5 serves of vegetables a day (I’d actually like you to shoot for 8 or around 600g/day). How are you doing on this front currently?
This is a favourite recipe of mine, and a handy one given so many dips are a no go on the low FODMAP diet. They so often contain onion and garlic, or a high in lactose. I’m also not a fan of the vegetable oils that they contain from a health perspective. So homemade dips are always a much healthier, tastier and cheaper option.
To print a copy of my low FODMAP Zucchini hummus try it yourself then simply click on the image below and it will open a PDF version of the recipe! You can then chose to save it to your computer or print a copy out. I hope you enjoy this one. Let me know how you go! 🙂