In this post, we collected the best 40 low FODMAP crockpot recipes to make your life easier and more delicious.
The low FODMAP diet, which restricts certain types of fermentable carbohydrates that can cause digestive distress, can be a game-changer for many IBS sufferers.
With the convenience of slow cooking, you will save time and discover a world of incredible flavors.
Additionally, we also wrote some tips on how to store food leftovers.
Low FODMAP crockpot recipes: soups
Having a soup can be an easy way to add plant-based diversity and fiber to your diet, which is extremely important for gut health.
Moreover, cooking soups in large quantities allows you to stock your freezer or fridge with a treasure trove of ready-made meals.
These hearty and wholesome soups, often brimming with vegetables, lean proteins, and comforting broths, become your daily saviors.
You can savor a homemade, nutrient-rich meal in minutes with just a quick reheat.
Low FODMAP crockpot recipes for soups to try:
- Low FODMAP slow cooker baked potato soup
- Fody’s Easy Crockpot Lasagna Soup
- Fody’s Crockpot Pizza Soup
- Slow Cooker Low FODMAP Chicken Soup
- Low FODMAP Hamburger Vegetable Soup
- Low FODMAP chicken noodle soup
- Low FODMAP tomato soup (instant pot / slow cooker)
- Low FODMAP taco soup
- Low FODMAP leek and potato soup with bacon (instant pot / slow cooker)
- Low FODMAP crockpot lentil vegetable soup
- Fody’s Crockpot Lemon Chicken Orzo Soup
Check our article “25 low FODMAP soup recipes” for more recipes.
Low FODMAP crockpot recipes: chicken
With its versatile and mild flavor, chicken is a beloved staple in kitchens worldwide.
You can always use your favorite part of the chicken, making them perfect for personal preferences.
Low FODMAP crockpot recipes with chicken to try:
- Slow cooker low FODMAP salsa chicken
- Honey mustard slow cooker chicken (low FODMAP)
- Low FODMAP slow cooker chicken stew with white wine
- Low FODMAP slow cooker lemon chicken
- Crockpot shredded fajita chicken (low FODMAP)
- Low FODMAP slow cooker chicken stroganoff
- Gluten and dairy-free slow cooker butter chicken (low FODMAP)
- Low FODMAP carrots and chicken thighs – slow-cooker
- Low FODMAP tandoori chicken
- Slow-cooked chicken chili burrito bowls (low FODMAP)
Here, you can get a collection of 20 low FODMAP chicken recipes.
Low FODMAP crockpot recipes: meat
If you are looking for low FODMAP crockpot recipes to prepare meat, you have come to the right place!
Whether you prefer beef, pork, or ground meat, these recipes showcase the potential of slow cooking to create flavorful dishes that align with your dietary restrictions.
Low FODMAP crockpot recipes to prepare meat:
- Fody’s Slow Cooker Pomegranate BBQ Short Ribs & Goat Cheese Polenta with Roasted Carrots
- Slow Cooker, Low FODMAP Pulled Pork Tacos
- Low FODMAP slow cooker beef and potato stew
- Low FODMAP easy peasy beef stew
- Low FODMAP crockpot beef burgundy
- Low FODMAP crockpot steak & peppers
- Slow cooker pulled pork (low FODMAP)
- Low FODMAP slow cooker fennel beef stew
Low FODMAP crockpot recipes: vegetarian
Whether you are a committed vegetarian or merely interested in adding more plant-based meals to your regimen, this assortment provides a variety of choices to cater to your palate.
The vegetarian recipes featured here provide an IBS-friendly and nutritious approach to your dietary choices.
Meatless and low FODMAP crockpot recipes to try:
- Fody’s Slow Cooker Vegetarian Chili
- Low FODMAP slow cooker vegan ‘meatless’ chili with quinoa
- Low FODMAP slow cooker eggplant parmesan
- Low FODMAP slow cooker chana masala
For more ideas, check 35 low FODMAP vegetarian recipes.
Low FODMAP crockpot recipes: curry
In this section, we collected three easy curry recipes.
From mild to spicy, these slow-cooked dishes prioritize taste and digestive wellness.
Low FODMAP crockpot recipes for curry:
- Low FODMAP curry chicken and potatoes using slow cooker
- Slow cooker coronation chicken curry
- Slow cooked lamb curry (low FODMAP)
Here, you can get 35 low FODMAP curry recipes.
Low FODMAP crockpot recipes: casserole
Casseroles, known for their comforting mix of ingredients and straightforward preparation, hold a cherished place in numerous homes.
Nevertheless, individuals adhering to a low FODMAP diet may encounter challenges when searching for appropriate casserole recipes.
So here, we gathered low FODMAP crockpot recipes to prepare casserole:
- Slow cooked lamb casserole (low FODMAP)
- Low FODMAP sweet potato chicken casserole
- Low FODMAP minted lamb casserole
- Low FODMAP chicken marinara casserole
How do you store leftovers when cooking in a crockpot?
Storing leftovers when cooking in a crockpot is straightforward and similar to storing cooked food.
Here are some tips:
- Cool Down: Allow the leftovers to cool down to room temperature before storing them.
- Portion Control: Divide the leftovers into smaller, manageable portions. This makes storing it easier and allows you to reheat what you plan to eat, reducing waste.
- Airtight Containers: Store the leftovers in airtight containers. Ensure the containers are designed for the freezer or refrigerator to maintain freshness.
- Labeling: Label the containers with the date when you cooked the food. This helps you track how long it has been stored, ensuring you consume it before it goes bad.
- Refrigeration: If you plan to consume the leftovers within a few days, store them in the refrigerator. Ensure your refrigerator maintains a temperature of 40°F (4°C) or lower.
- Freezing: If you want to store leftovers for an extended period, freeze them. Freezing helps to preserve the food for a longer duration.
- Use within safe timeframes: Consume or use your leftovers within safe timeframes. Generally, leftovers are safe to eat within 3-4 days when refrigerated and 2-6 months when frozen.
- Reheating: When reheating, ensure that the leftovers are heated thoroughly. Heat the food until it reaches a safe internal temperature, usually 165°F (74°C).
Following these guidelines, you can safely store and enjoy the delicious leftovers from your crockpot meals.
Whether you are new to the low FODMAP diet or seeking delicious recipes – get creative by using a wide array of recipes for cooking in a crockpot we collected in this article.
Recipes include soups, chicken, meat, vegetarian dishes, curry, and casseroles.
Using a crockpot can help you save time when preparing meals and is also an excellent way to cook in bulk.
Therefore, we also included some tips on storing food leftovers for a shorter or longer period.
Written by Barbara Lešnik, Student Dietitian, reviewed by Kirsten Jackson, Consultant Dietitian BSc Hons, RD, PG Cert
Serena is UK HCPC Registered Dietitian. She graduated from Coventry University in 2021 with an upper second class in Dietetics and Human Nutrition.
Serena has previously worked as an Acute Dietitian supporting inpatients with both oral nutrition support and enteral tube feeding. She is now currently working as a Specialist Weight Management Dietitian. Alongside this, Serena has worked for The Food Treatment Clinic since 2022 and has created our low FODMAP, histamine intolerance and SIBO ebooks.
Serena has a keen interest in IBS and gut health, most specifically the low FODMAP diet. She is dedicated to helping those with gut conditions to improve their overall quality of life.