Choose from nutrient-packed lunch and dinner options that are IBD-friendly. Plus, friends and family will enjoy them too!

A delectable bowl of Asian-style caramelized chicken thigh pieces over a bed of fluffy white rice. The chicken has a light golden-brown hue indicating a gentle caramelization, coated in a glossy sauce, and sprinkled with vibrant green onions for garnish. The dish is presented in a rustic ceramic bowl, resting on a textured linen tablecloth in neutral tones, which contributes to the home-cooked meal's inviting and comforting appearance.

Instant Pot Honey Garlic Chicken Thighs

Try these Instant Pot Honey Garlic Chicken Thighs and in 3 quick steps you’ll have juicy chicken ready for a delicious lunch or dinner. With just 8 ingredients, this gluten free recipe gives you a simple meal full of flavor for any day of the week.

An array of golden-brown chicken nuggets scattered across a white background. Each nugget has a crispy coating with a visibly textured surface, suggesting a crunchy bite. The golden color varies slightly from piece to piece, with some lighter and darker spots, indicating they have been baked to a delectable crispness.

Gluten-Free Turmeric Chicken Nuggets

If you’re in search of a meal that is friendly to IBD, quick to prepare, and nutritious, look no further! This gluten-free turmeric chicken nugget recipe is not only high in protein but also delicious. It ticks every box for a convenient and healthful option.

A vibrant, healthy meal setup with two bowls of creamy carrot ginger soup garnished with parsley, surrounded by fresh ingredients including whole carrots, ginger root, and green basil leaves. Croutons are scattered beside the bowls, all presented on a dark wood surface with a beige linen napkin underneath.

Instant Pot Carrot & Fennel Soup

If you think soups are too difficult to make, try this recipe! With less than 10 ingredients and a pressure-cooker, this fennel soup recipe will prepare you for a decadent meal in less than 30 minutes. You can enjoy this fennel soup as a comforting appetizer, paired with your lunch, or as a side with dinner.

A pair of homemade chicken and apple sausage patties are presented on a wooden board, with a fresh, green apple cut into a wedge and a head of lettuce in the background. To the side, a small black bowl contains a complementary sauce. The patties have a golden-brown crust from pan-searing, and the herbs within suggest a flavorful blend. The overall setting suggests a healthy, home-cooked meal.

Homemade Chicken and Apple Sausage Patties

Homemade chicken and apple sausage patties are delicious and easy to make. Not only are they packed with protein and antioxidants, but they also offer the delightful sweetness of fresh apples, enhancing both the taste and juiciness.

A close up image of fried rice with chicken

Easy Gluten-Free Fried Rice with Chicken

If you’re looking for an IBD-friendly, gluten-free dish that’s nutritious, delicious, and easy-to-make, this gluten-free fried rice dish is it!

An up close image of pan seared seabass with capers on a white plate with a silver fork.

Pan Seared Chilean Sea Bass with Crispy Capers

If you’re looking for a simple way to enjoy Chilean sea bass, this is it! This recipe is low-fiber, gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, and is friendly for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD Diet), Paleo, Mediterranean, Pescatarian, and Low-FODMAP Diets. Plus, it only takes 10 minutes to make!

An up close image of salmon skewers on a plate.

Salmon & Veggie Skewers with Herbed Yogurt Dip

These healthy salmon skewers are delicious and easy to make. They are loaded with anti-inflammatory omega-3s, antioxidants, and tremendous flavor in every bite.

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