Introducing the ultimate breakfast for both taste buds and tummies. Our Buckwheat Pancakes with Strawberries and Brie aren't just scrumptious; they're also Low FODMAP friendly. Made from a special blend of organic buckwheat flour and gluten-free flour, these pancakes are perfect for those looking to minimize dietary fermentable sugars.
Complementing the gentle taste of almond milk, eggs, and vanilla extract, the pancakes are adorned with fresh blueberries, providing a low FODMAP fruit infusion. Served alongside are succulent strawberries and indulgent brie cheese, all brought together by a drizzling of 100% pure Vermont maple syrup.
Not only a delight to the palate, but our pancakes also boast impressive nutritional credentials. Dive into a source of dietary fiber for digestive wellness, Vitamin C for immune defense, and calcium for robust bones. Plus, with its low FODMAP properties, this breakfast is designed to be gentle on sensitive stomachs, reducing the risk of digestive discomfort.
- Low FODMAP Friendly: Thoughtfully crafted to be gentle on the gut, minimizing fermentable sugars.
- Organic Ingredients: Your well-being is paramount; we use only organic buckwheat flour and premium-grade components.
- Gluten-Free: Tailored for those with gluten sensitivities or seeking gluten-free options.
- Nutrient-Rich: A blend of fiber, Vitamin C, and calcium – wellness in every bite.
Elevate your breakfast and digestive health today!
Almond Milk (water, almonds): Almond milk is considered Low FODMAP in small amounts. It's crucial to ensure that there are no high FODMAP additives in commercial almond milk, such as agave syrup or chicory root.
GF Flour (Corn Starch, Rice Flour, Potato Starch, and Xanthan Gum):
Corn Starch: This is a gluten-free thickener and binder and is Low FODMAP.
Rice Flour: It is Low FODMAP and is a common gluten-free alternative to wheat flour.
Potato Starch: Another gluten-free thickener and binder, Low FODMAP as well.
Xanthan Gum: Used in gluten-free baking to replace the elasticity and texture of gluten. It's considered Low FODMAP in small amounts.
Eggs: Eggs are protein-based and do not contain carbohydrates, thus making them Low FODMAP.
Buckwheat Flour: Despite its name, buckwheat isn't related to wheat. It's a pseudo-cereal and is considered Low FODMAP when consumed in appropriate serving sizes.
Olive Oil: Oils are primarily fats and don't contain FODMAPs. Olive oil is Low FODMAP.
Blueberries: In small amounts, blueberries can be considered Low FODMAP. However, portion control is key as larger servings can introduce higher FODMAP content.
Sugar: Regular table sugar (sucrose) is Low FODMAP as it contains equal parts of glucose and fructose, allowing for easier absorption.
Baking Powder: This is a leavening agent used in baking and is typically Low FODMAP.
Vanilla Extract (water, alcohol, vanilla bean extractives): Pure vanilla extract is considered Low FODMAP. It's always good to ensure no high FODMAP additives are included in commercial varieties.
Salt: Salt is a mineral and does not contain FODMAPs, so it's Low FODMAP.
This dish contains 8 grams of blueberries and 30 grams of strawberries. According to Monash University, up to 40 grams of blueberries and 65 grams of strawberries are low in FODMAPs and should be tolerated by most individuals with IBS.