35 Delicious Fourth of July SIBO Party Recipes
Whether you're getting away, or having friends come over, these 35 delicious Fourth of July SIBO party recipes are sure to be a hit. Plus, they're so delicious, no one will know they're for a SIBO diet! What will you be making for your celebrations? I would love to hear in the comments section below. Happy Fourth!
Let's get the party started with these delicious SIBO friendly appetizers. They will have your friends coming back for more and are a guaranteed crowd pleaser.
Smoked Salmon Mini Savoury Pancakes
These pretty mini pancakes are the perfect thing to serve when your guests arrive. Get the recipe here.
Mini chicken tacos
Serve these mini chicken tacos on a platter. Topped with freshly made guacamole and slaw, they can be served hot or cold to a crowd of hungry friends. Get the recipe here.
Zesty Fish Cakes with Dipping Sauce
These fragrant fish cakes have the perfect mix of Asian herbs and spices in them. Adjust the amount of chili you use depending on how spicy you like them. Get the recipe here.
Low FODMAP Smoked Salmon and Spinach Frittata Cups
Filled with fresh dill, lemon, and salmon, these flavorful egg muffins look great when piled high on a serving platter. Recipe by Emily from Fun without FODMAPs.
Sardine Fritters with Spicy Sauce
Packed with protein, omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamin B12 and Vitamin D, these sardine fritters are not only good for you, but they're delicious too! They'll make a sardine-lover out of even the biggest sardine skeptic. And, if we haven't convinced you yet, they're easy to make too. Recipe by Kristy Regan from Vital Food Therapeutics.
Salads and Sides
Coconut crumbed shrimp with ruby grapefruit salad
When it's time to sit down, there's nothing better than starting the formal dining with a sensational shrimp dish. The zesty goodness from the ruby grapefruit pairs perfectly with the salty crunch from the coconut crumb on the shrimp. Get the recipe here. It is also available in the SIBO Holiday eCookbook.
Pomegranate Celeriac Salad
This fresh Pomegranate Celeriac Salad is a refreshing way to use celeriac, while adding in some pomegranate for extra crunch. Not only is this salad delicious, but it's also super nutritious as celeriac is packed with a variety of nutrients. Recipe by Riley Wimminger from Bridgetown Nutrition.
Tomato Salad with Basil Dressing
Fresh tomatoes take center stage in this recipe, with an herby basil dressing on top. This recipe is featured in the SIBO Holiday eCookbook.
Loaded potato skins
Take the humble white potato to the next level with these sensational loaded potato skins. Perfect to serve with a range of grilled meats. Get the recipe here.
Simple, pretty and a side that goes with everything, my Coleslaw recipe is the perfect side dish for your Fourth of July celebrations. Get the recipe here.
Greek style salad
This Greek Salad goes perfectly with my Marinated Greek Lamb Skewers (see the recipe below). Get the recipe here.
BBQ and Grill
Fire your grill up for these succulent meat and fish dishes that are perfect when cooked over flames.
Don't let the name of these delicious meat skewers deter you. Filled with aromatic herbs and spices, they are perfect when cooked over a grill. Get the recipe here.
Sticky pork ribs
What celebration is complete without succulent, sticky, oh-so-delicious pork ribs? Marinated in a dry rub then basted in a wet marinated, these rubs scream eat me. Get the recipe here.
Lemon and Lime BBQ Snapper
Fish cooked over the grill can be so delicious. I like to wrap mine in foil and parchment paper so I don't damage the delicate fish. If you can't find snapper, use any whole fresh fish that you like. Get the recipe here.
Basic beef patties
When you have a good beef patty recipe, you can build the most amazing burger from there. Using only herbs and spices to flavor the meat, these patties are perfect for people with sensitive tummies. Get the recipe here.
Jumbo shrimp with spicy salsa
As the Aussie saying goes, 'throw a shrimp on the barbie'. And why not? These succulent jumbo shrimp are delicious when cooked whole on the grill and served hot or cold with spicy salsa. Get the recipe here.
Marinated Greek lamb skewers
Take a trip to Greece with these Greek-inspired marinated lamb skewers. Using lemon and fresh herbs to flavor the meat, your friends will be amazed there's not a hint of garlic in this tasty dish. Get the recipe here.
Burger with the works and a side of carrot fries
If burgers are your thing, you can't go past my Burger with the Works. Paired with yummy carrot fries, you will feel so satisfied after this tasty meal. Get the recipe here.
It's not a celebration without a dessert! These sensational SIBO friendly desserts are so good, no one will know they're for a gut healing diet.
Berry Meringue Tower
Strawberries and cream popsicles
Nothing says summer like strawberries and cream. These ice-cold treats are perfect on a hot summer's day and can be made ahead of time so you can stay out of the kitchen during your party. Get the recipe here.
Blueberry Ice Cream
If you want to stick with a red, white and blue theme for your party, serve up bowls of this delectable Blueberry Ice Cream. It also works well in popsicle moulds and looks so pretty when sitting alongside the Strawberries and Cream Popsicles above. Get the recipe here.
Lemon tart is one of my all-time favourite desserts. I love the citrus tang from the lemon juice and zest, paired with the crisp pastry base. It's delicious served as it is, or with a scoop of whipped coconut cream on the side. Get the recipe when you purchase the replay of the Christmas Cooking Class.
Ruby Grapefruit and Custard Trifle
The flavours of delicious citrus combine with creamy layers of almond cake, custard, sweet ruby grapefruit and whipped coconut. If you miss trifle, you'll be thrilled to bring it back into your repertoire this Fourth of July. This recipe is featured in the SIBO Holiday eCookbook.
Smoked Trout Dip
Serve up this tasty smoked trout dip at your holiday party instead of commercially made dips. Not only will it taste nicer, you will know exactly what has gone into it and that it is safe on your SIBO diet. Get the recipe here.
These SIBO-friendly crackers are a great alternative to the real thing. Skip the dried currants if you're unable to tolerate them. Recipe by Elena Wistey at Journey Through SIBO.
Spiced Trail Mix
Whip up this easy recipe in just a few minutes! The combination of spices makes these nuts extra tasty and a great party snack food. Get the recipe here.
Chunky Roast Pumpkin and Macadamia Dip with Fresh Vegetables
You will never go back to eating store bought dips once you’ve tasted this taste sensation! Make sure you have people to share it with as you won’t be able to stop at just one bite. Get the recipe here.
SIBO Chocolate Bark
Chocolate doesn’t have to be off the list with this SIBO-friendly chocolate bark. It is most deﬁnitely worth the effort! Once you have mastered this version, play around with different ﬂavour combinations with different nuts, seeds and freeze-dried berries. Get the recipe here.
If Andes Mints are a part of your holiday regimen, then you're going to love these easy 4-ingredient mint patties. Recipe by Elena Wistey at Journey Through SIBO.
Chocolate Coconut Bites
I love chocolate, and I love coconut and so it was only natural that I would combine the two to create these sensational chocolate coconut bites. They are just sweet enough to keep your cravings at bay, and because they are in little bite-sized portions, it is easy to monitor how many you are eating. Get the recipe here. This recipe is also featured in the SIBO Family Favourites Cookbook.
I love the bright and summery colours in this fruity drink. You won't even notice that it's alcohol-free and it's perfect for quenching your thirst on a hot summer's day. Get the recipe here.
Perfect for when you're avoiding alcohol but still want to feel like you're having a cocktail, this Virgin Mojito hits the spot. Get the recipe here.
The Perfect Cocktail
If you want a drink and you're able to tolerate alcohol, give this recipe a try. Fresh-squeezed lime, honey and gin or vodka combine to make this refreshing cocktail. It's loads better for you than any store-bought cocktail mixes, and only has real ingredients. Recipe by Kristy Regan of Vital Food Therapeutics.
Iced Chocolate and Iced Coffee
For the big and little kids in all of us, these dairy-free milkshakes are a great alternative to a fruit-based mocktail. Get the recipe here.
Chilled turmeric tea
Dial up the gut healing properties with this Chilled Turmeric Tea. It's refreshing and so bright and cheerful, you can't help but feel happy when you drink it. Get the recipe here.
What Will You Be Cooking?
I hope my Top 35 Fourth of July SIBO Recipes have given you some inspiration for your own celebratory meal. Head to the comments section below and tell me what you will be cooking.
Need more Fourth of July Recipe Inspiration?
The SIBO Holiday eCookbook is jam-packed with delicious SIBO friendly recipes that are perfect for your festive celebrations. Enjoy delicious appetizers and entrées, perfect vegetable sides and accompaniments, mouth-watering desserts and gorgeous gifts and baked goods. All recipes contain AU and US ingredient names, temperatures and measurements. Available immediately via email download.