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If you are looking for a delicious meal, try this low fodmap dinner recipe! Nothing says comfort like a pot pie! Especially when cold weather hits. As a registered dietitian nutritionist, I work with clients who have a variety of health conditions, so with that in mind, I have created a pot pie that is gluten-free, low fodmap, and plant-based. In addition, this low fodmap recipe is mouthwatering enough to serve all your holiday guests!

When I make dinner, I don’t need every family member to have a special dietary request, so I want everyone to love it just as much!

I often make pot pie to serve on special winter occasions. It is warm, flavorful, and delicate, too!

Low Fodmap Gluten Free Plant Based Fodmap
Nothing says comfort like a seasonal pot pie! This one is gluten-free, low fodmap, and plant-based!

I think that this recipe is delicious as is, which is meat-free, but you could add some chicken if you like. If you have someone who needs a vegan version, leave out the cheese. You can vary the vegetables in the pot pie based on the seasons. Some low fodmap dinner recipes can help someone with IBS reduce GI symptoms.

Winter Vegetable Pot Pie

3 cups uncooked kale or other greens

1 cup carrots, peeled and cut into julienned pieces

1 cup cubed potatoes

1 cup peeled and cubed turnips

1-2 teaspoon thyme

1/2 teaspoon sage

1/2 teaspoon salt

Pepper to taste

One tablespoon of garlic oil

3 cups vegetable broth (made without onions and garlic; there are several on the market, but you can also make your own vegetable broth)

Two teaspoons corn starch

One tablespoon of olive oil

1 cup cooked lentils

Chive Biscuits

2 cup low fodmap flour mix, I use either gluten-free Bob’s Red Mill or King Arthur (I have not tested making my own yet)

Two teaspoons baking powder

1/4 teaspoon salt

1/2 cup smoked Gouda (optional)

One tablespoon chives, chopped

3/4 cup of your choice of milk (plant or cow’s milk)

1/2 cup Earth Balance Tub Margarine (directions below)

Vegetarian Pot Pie that is Low Fodmap, Gluten Free and Plant Based
Roasted vegetables before making the pot pie filling make them more flavorful!

Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Oil a cookie sheet and spread carrots, potatoes, and turnips. Lightly drizzle with olive oil and salt. Roast the veggies until they get crispy and brown. While cooking the veggies, saute the kale or other greens in a skillet. In pot pie pan, warm the broth & make a paste with cool water and corn starch, then carefully whisk the paste into the broth. Add all of the cooked veggies, already cooked lentils, herbs and pepper. Take off heat. Make the biscuits.

Winter Vegetable Pot Pie
You can change the vegetables in the pot pie based on the season.

Directions for biscuits:

Add gluten-free and low fodmap flour to a large bowl. Then add baking powder and salt and stir well. Cut in tub margarine. Slowly stir in milk, add the dough to a lightly floured board, and knead. Roll out flat. Cut them out with the bottom of a glass or a biscuit cutter. Add the biscuits carefully to the top of the pot pie. Bake until the biscuits are browned on top, and the filling is bubbly. Let cool for about 10 minutes, and then serve in bowls.

Other Low Fodmap Dinner Recipes

Here are a few additional low fodmap dinner recipes I hope you enjoy!

Low Fodmap Pasta Recipe – Vine Ripe Nutrition %

Low Fodmap Vegetarian Pizza Ideas Build Your Own Pizza (

best Low Fodmap Tacos (

Green Chili Stew (

Make This Delicious Low Fodmap Dinner Recipe

I hope you enjoy this pot pie as much as my family and I do. If you do not have gluten-free family members or on a low-fODMAP diet, you can use wheat flour and any vegetables you choose. Let me know if you made this pot pie and what variations you tried. If you decide to make it for the holidays, I hope you love it!

Having some low-FODMAP dinner recipes comes in handy when the holiday comes; many of us feel additional stress, which may increase our IBS symptoms.

As a registered dietitian nutritionist living in Asheville, I hope that Vine Ripe Nutrition becomes a resource for you for recipe and menu ideas. You are busy during the holidays, so having my family’s tried-and-true recipes is my gift to you! If you are looking for a registered dietitian to work with if you have IBS, I would love to help!

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