Flavouring in the Low FODMAP Diet

Low FODMAP & Flavour? Yes, they can co-exist! 😀⁠

Note: You don't have to have IBS or on the Low FODMAP diet to use these ideas! You can always benefit from reducing table salt intake and use more natural flavouring in your food.⁠

Cutting out things like garlic & onion when following a Low FODMAP diet can leave foods tasting a little bland... but there are many low FODMAP alternatives to adding more flavour to your food, such as herbs, spices and certain condiments.⁠

Don't forget to get creative mixing herbs & spices like: ⁠

✨ Turmeric, paprika and coriander for a FODMAP friendly tandoori chicken⁠

✨ Parsley and garlic-infused oil on baked potatoes⁠

✨ Scramble eggs and chives⁠

✨ Adding basil to pasta sauces⁠

✨ Dill with quinoa salad⁠

✨ Make a delicious salad dressing with apple cider vinegar, maple syrup, onion-infused olive oil, dijon mustard and salt & pepper to taste⁠

✨What are your favourite FODMAP-friendly flavour combinations?✨⁠


Not sure what to eat on the Low FODMAP diet? Book an appointment with our team of IBS expert Accredited Practising Dietitians to investigate the causes to your symptoms and develop a tailored nutrition plan to manage your symptoms.