All of us can get excited about soup. Soup is an excellent way for everyone, including people on a low roughage/fiber diet, to eat more fruits and vegetables.
Here are 5 delicious and nutritious soup recipes that are guaranteed to keep you warm and energized on a cold winter day.
The authors of the low FODMAP cookbook, IBS-Free Recipes for the Whole Family: Flavor without FODMAPs, were kind enough to share this recipe for a FODMAP-friendly minestrone soup loaded with vegetables.
Low FODMAP Carrot Ginger Soup
Here's another low FODMAP soup recipe. This one's from Kate Scarlata, a low FODMAP expert and whiz in the kitchen.
Roasted Parsnip and Pear Soup
Vegetables and fruit team up to make what I've been told from a patient is a "delicious!!!!!" soup. If you're following a dairy-free diet then omit the cream and substitute coconut oil for butter.
Amazing Lentil Soup
I've always liked lentils, but I'm not sure I'd ever describe them as "amazing" until I tried this modified version of Alice Water's recipe for lentil soup. It is indeed amazing.
Oh yes, vegans can still enjoy a satisfying chowder with this recipe from Vegan Chef, Isa Moskowitz. Vegan = dairy free.