15 Low FODMAP Instant Pot Recipes
I love instant pot and crockpot recipes. There’s nothing more satisfying than planning a meal, throwing ingredients into a pot, and just leaving it to cook. It’s always a nice surprise in six or so hours to remember, “oh, that wonderful smell is for dinner”.
These recipes produce the same vibe while also being low FODMAP!
A delicious and fast recipe for dinner, instant pot Italian beef is a great option if you want something tasty without being complicated. On top of being low FODMAP, this recipe is also keto friendly, gluten free, grain free, dairy free, sugar free, and low carb!
A hands off cacciatore recipe is always welcome in my cookbook. The author recommends steamed green beans or broccoli as a side dish to this recipe and I agree with the green beans! But then again, I like green beans as a vegetable with just about any dish.
Obviously this won’t be the main dish, but I thought it was important to add some side dishes to the list as well. It works out if you’re spending a lot of time on your main dish and want something to set and forget for the side dish. This Jasmine Rice recipe is also very simple with only a few ingredients, making it a great low FODMAP addition to dinner.
I love BBQ chicken and this is a great option even for someone who doesn’t know what FODMAP is. All of the ingredients are considered low FODMAPs, but ensure that whatever BBQ sauce you get is also low FODMAP as that is the only questionable ingredient.
Another side dish addition to the list of instant pot low FODMAP! Polenta is made from whole grain cornmeal and an interesting aspect of this dish is that it can be cooked into a loaf and cut into servable pieces!
Paleo, Whole30, and low FODMAP, this instant pot lemon chicken checks a lot of boxes as far as diets go. This is definitely a recipe for those with a love of zest as well, since lemon can b fairly strong unless it’s what you’re looking for.
Personally, one of my favorite chicken seasonings is lemon pepper, making this a go to recipe for me.
Some people wait until the cooler seasons for chili, but it’s always chili season for me! This chili recipe takes a leaner take on it’s protein by using chicken but doesn’t take away any flavor. In fact, it adds quite a bit of new flavor with the pumpkin addition.
On top of the amazing taste, this chili is of course low FODMAP and low-carb! It also only takes a handful of ingredients, so you won’t be spending forever prepping ingredients.
Inspired by the South Asian dish Khichidi, this recipe has an interesting spice profile and will be a surprising taste to say the least. It is obviously low FODMAP, but add to that it’s also gluten free! There are a few ingredients that if you just grabbed them off the shelf, you might not have the low FODMAP option. So, be sure to double check the few ingredients that specifically need the low FODMAP option.
Designed to be made in an instant pot or slow cooker, this chicken enchilada soup is perfect if you’re a lazy cooker like me. It’s full of veggies, and a not so commonly used ingredient by me, tomatillos. The author mentioned these may be harder to find and she recommended the brand La Costena as they offered the canned version.
Chicken noodle soup is the perfect ‘under the weather’ food as well as a great meal for cold autumn nights. This recipe features no FODMAP veggies, low FODMAP chicken stock, and low FODMAP egg noodles, ensuring all checkboxes are ticked for being low FODMAP.
Another great recipe from Fun Without FODMAPS, this time a beef stew! A hearty meal made the easy way with a slow cooker or instant pot. This recipe aims to replace many of the high FODMAP ingredients common to a beef stew and instead use FODMAP friendly ingredients that are still rich in flavor.
I know, this isn’t a main meal/entrée, but I wanted to add some extra stuff too! Potato salad is the perfect extra to add since it’s perfect for so many other dishes or as a bring along for a party platter. This potato salad is low FODMAP, Paleo, and Whole 30 friendly as well!
There’s nothing more comfy than a nice vegetable soup, especially if you’re trying to keep your meals on the healthier side. The author has an interesting take on how to cook the different parts of the soup, ensuring the vegetables that require more time to cook, get it so they taste just as good as the rest.
This one was a surprise to me. I’ve made curry before and love the taste, but never thought to add coconut milk to it. The usual milky ingredient for me is heavy cream, so coconut cream adds a nice twist on a familiar favorite.
Chili is a great go to for a hefty meal with plenty of protein. This chili isn’t that time consuming and although the ingredient list is medium length, it’s not that bad and all of the stuff can be easily found in most grocery stores.
These are some of the best recipes I found for low FODMAP instant pot recipes. But, that doesn’t mean these are all the recipes that are out there, so do you have any favorites you love to cook?