5 Low FODMAP Paleo Spaghetti Squash Recipes

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See those spaghetti squash in the picture up there??  I grew them!  Okay, excitement and bragging session over.  But with the many spaghetti squash that my garden produced this year, I needed to find some recipes that could spice it up in different ways so this nutrient-rich veggie didn’t get old.

Is spaghetti squash low FODMAP?

Spaghetti squash was just tested this year by Monash University where it was determined to be low FODMAP in 1 cup servings.  Even in up to 2.5 cup servings, it was only moderate FODMAP rather than high FODMAP.

 


1. Easy Herbed Spaghetti Squash

Adaptations:

  • None needed

(Recipe & photo from thefitchen.com)

Easy Spaghetti Squash Pasta


2. Spaghetti Squash Chicken Pad Thai

Adaptations:

  • Omit garlic (or replace with a little garlic-infused olive oil) for low FODMAP
  • Swap peanuts out for almonds to make it Paleo
  • Replace tamari with coconut aminos for Paleo
  • Swap out rice vinegar with coconut vinegar for strict Paleo

(Recipe & photo from the wheatlesskitchen.com)

Spaghetti Squash Pad Thai


3. Spaghetti Squash with Cilantro Macadamia Pesto

Adaptations:

  • Omit garlic (or replace with a little garlic-infused olive oil) for low FODMAP

(Recipe & photo from rubiesandradishes.com)

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4. Simple Spiced Spaghetti Squash

Adaptations:

  • None needed

(Recipe & photo from grokgrub.com)


 

5. Spaghetti Squash & Bison Meatballs

Adaptations:

  • None needed

(Recipe & photo from foodrenegade.com)

spaghetti squash & bison meatballs

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