The Ultimate SIBO Christmas Menu

Rebecca Coomes The Healthy Gut Christmas Menu Blog

The Ultimate SIBO Christmas Menu

With Christmas Day just around the corner, are you still wondering what to eat for your festive meal?  Never fear!  We've got you covered with our Ultimate SIBO Christmas Menu.

For many people, Christmas Day is all about the food.  Just because you have SIBO doesn't mean you need to feel deprived.  It is possible to eat delicious food on a restricted diet, and we've shared our all time favourite Christmas recipes with you.

Coconut Crumbed Prawns and Ruby Grapefruit Salad

Rebecca Coomes The Healthy Gut Christmas Menu Blog

Kick your Christmas meal off with this stunning entrée/appetizer.  The prawns have a beautiful crunch from their coconut dusting, and pair perfectly with the zesty ruby grapefruit salad.  It's such a pretty dish, you'll have the compliments rolling in.  Grab the Coconut Crumbed Prawns and Ruby Grapefruit Salad here.

Succulent Lemon and Thyme Roast Chicken

Rebecca Coomes The Healthy Gut Christmas Menu Blog

What Christmas meal would be complete without some poultry?  We adore our Succulent Lemon and Thyme Roast Chicken as it's super easy to make and the herb flavoured ghee keeps the meat tender and moist, while imparting a lovely flavour.  The baby roast carrots soak up the sensational cooking juices. You'll have people fighting over the last piece! Grab the Succulent Lemon and Thyme Roast Chicken recipe here.

Buttery Pan-Fried Bacon Brussels Sprouts

Rebecca Coomes The Healthy Gut Christmas Menu Blog

We simply adore this sensational dish.  The humble brussels sprout is totally transformed with the addition of bacon and crunchy roasted hazelnuts.  The sprouts cook down until they are silky smooth and buttery and pair perfectly with poultry. Get the Buttery Pan-Fried Bacon Brussels Sprouts recipe here.

Mini Christmas Puddings with Warm Custard

Rebecca Coomes The Healthy Gut Christmas Menu Blog

Christmas isn't the same without a Christmas pudding for dessert.  The traditional Christmas pudding is full of dried fruit and sugar, which is off limits on a SIBO diet.  These mini puddings use all the delicious spices from a traditional pudding, yet omit the dried fruit, making it a low-sugar fruit-free pudding.  Pair it with warm custard, it's a wonderful way to end a meal.  Grab the Mini Christmas Puddings with Warm Custard recipe here.

Want more SIBO Holiday recipes like this?

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Don’t feel deprived this holiday season!  The SIBO Holiday eCookbook is bursting with SIBO-friendly appetisers, sides, desserts and sweet treats.  All recipes are based on the SIBO Bi-Phasic Diet by Dr. Nirala Jacobi ND and clearly list what phase they are suitable for.

All recipes are 100% gluten-free and soy-free.  There are dairy-free, grain-free, sugar-free, and low FODMAP options available. Recipes list AU and US measurements, temperatures and ingredient names.

Order your copy today to have it emailed to you immediately.

1 thought on “The Ultimate SIBO Christmas Menu”

  1. Rebecca the sample recipes sound delicious! I’m be trying them out after Christmas, but that’s because I’m so slow! thank you!

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