See below for some breakfast options :) I am not a chef so you will find a lot of these recipes don't have many ingredients and are pretty simple. Many don't even involve cooking or much assembly. It will hopefully give you a few options of foods that you can consume whilst on the low FODMAP diet.



Summer Muesli 

Muesli is such a nutritious food - high in fibre and protein. 



This is a deliciously crunchy way to start the day :)

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Overnight oats - plain 

An amazing dietitian and former colleague of mine Renae (The Wholesome Nutritionist) introduced my to overnight oats about 5 years ago. I've spread the word to anyone who will listen since this time about how amazing they are and an awesome option to include oats during summer. It's a pretty quick and easy brekkie (but you have to prepare it the night before)  but you can make up a bulk batch.


Berry and Rhubarb Pancakes

It had been a really long time since I'd hand pancakes and hadn't come across a low FODMAP pancake recipe and hadn't tried since I hadn't had much success with the low FODMAP flour mixes. I'm pleased that these turned out incredible - perhaps a little more crepe like and not as fluffy as a regular flour pancake. 


Coconut yoghurt with berries and muesli 

Quick and easy is sometimes best - fruit, yoghurt and muesli, an all-time classic


Chocolate pancakes  

Decadent chocolate pancakes, perfect for that lazy Sunday morning


Peanut butter, banana, coconut yoghurt and maple syrup toast topper

So there is nothing fancy about this, but it's just another toast topper option for when you get sick of the usual. 


Fruit salad with yoghurt 

Simple fruit salad with yoghurt 


Avocado, lemon and feta toast topper + yoghurt and garlic oil toast topper 

Good brekkie option when you want something quick and savoury 


Tofu Scramble on toast 

If you want something different, that is totally unusual but still familiar, try this tofu scramble


French toast with blueberries and yoghurt 

When regular toast just won't cut it, try French toast instead!