Are Eggs Low FODMAP

Are Eggs Low FODMAP?

When you’re suffering from IBS, it can be difficult to know what to eat, what’s going to trigger an attack, and even how to cook certain foods. It can become even more confusing when your doctor tells you that you need to follow a low FODMAP diet. You might not have heard of a low FODMAP diet, or if you have, you might not know what foods are low FODMAP. Eggs, for example, are a popular breakfast food, and are packed full of goodness, but are eggs low FODMAP? Can you eat them for breakfast? How should you cook your eggs? And do they need to be replaced if you’re baking?


Fortunately eggs are low FODMAP. They don’t need to be substituted for any baking recipes, though some of the other ingredients in the recipe may need to be. And you absolutely can have them for breakfast. In fact, eggs are pretty much the perfect food. They’re high in protein, vitamins, antioxidants and fatty acids. They’re low in carbohydrates. They can be cooked in a multitude of ways, from simply boiling them for five minutes for a soft boiled egg, or for ten minutes for a hard boiled egg, to scrambled eggs. They’re nutritionally exceptional.


Here’s some delicious breakfast egg recipes:



Serves 2

Omelettes are really tasty, nutritional, and incredibly easy to make. This recipe serves two people but can be halved for a single serving. This recipe leaves out cheese, but some cheeses are low FODMAP. If you know that cheese isn’t a trigger food for you then you can add a small serving if you wish.



4 eggs

20g butter

Baby spinach leaves



1 tsp Casa de Sante Low FODMAP Tuscan Herb Mix 



  • Beat the eggs with two tablespoons of cold water, or milk until combined.
  • Add salt and pepper to your own taste.
  • Preheat the grill on high.
  • Heat a frying pan on high heat, and add the butter.
  • Beat the eggs a second time, and pour into pan, covering the pan.
  • Put pan under the grill and grill until golden brown.
  • Serve with baby spinach leaves.


Scrambled Eggs

Serves 1


Scrambled eggs are so easy to make, and taste wonderful. They’re light and fluffy, and perfect for a quick, nutritious breakfast. This is a basic recipe but you can add low FODMAP vegetables to this if you wish.



2 eggs

Dash of plant based milk, or lactose free milk

Tablespoon of low FODMAP cheese

Sea salt


2 slices gluten free bread, or sourdough breaD

Casa de Sante Low FODMAP Tuscan Herb Mix


  • Whisk the eggs and milk.
  • Add the cheese, and stir through.
  • Add sea salt and pepper to your own taste.
  • Pour into non-stick frying pan, and cook on a low heat.
  • Stir the eggs. The more you stir the eggs, the fluffier they will be.
  • Sprinkle Casa de Sante Low FODMAP Tuscan Herb Mix on top of eggs
  • Toast the bread, and serve with the eggs.

Eggs can be cooked in a variety of ways, and each of them is as delicious as the last. You can be creative with them, and they pack a lot of goodness into a small package.


Check out more low FODMAP Breakfast recipes here.

Back to blog

Keto, Paleo, Low FODMAP Certified Gut Friendly

1 of 12

Keto. Paleo. No Digestive Triggers. Shop Now

No onion, no garlic – no pain. No gluten, no lactose – no bloat. Low FODMAP certified.

Stop worrying about what you can't eat and start enjoying what you can. No bloat, no pain, no problem.

Our gut friendly keto, paleo and low FODMAP certified products are gluten-free, lactose-free, soy free, no additives, preservatives or fillers and all natural for clean nutrition. Try them today and feel the difference!