Dinner

Wild rice and kale salad with cranberry vinaigrette

Say hello to your new favorite dish for seasonal potlucks and holiday gatherings! This tasty salad satisfies everyone. It’s easy to make, is served cold and is a colorful addition to any table. The vinaigrette dressing gets a color, flavor and nutritional boost from Regular Girl Wellness. This synbiotic blend of organic cranberry juice...

Regular Girl’s Guide to tummy-friendly, low-FODMAP pizza

Hot, delicious pizza doesn’t have to be off limits if you’re watching what you eat due to an unruly gut. You just need to be careful. Some familiar ingredients and pizza toppers are definite no-no’s while others can support your gut health. In this Regular Girl’s guide to low-FODMAP pizza, we’ll share how to make a pie that pleases you...

Easy gluten-free flatbread with smoked salmon and cream cheese

This could easily become the tummy-pleasing dish everyone asks you to bring to parties. It’s loaded with as much flavor as it has fiber. No one has to know that it is super easy to prepare. - Chef Gerard Viverito   Ingredients: 1 c. shredded mozzarella 1/2 c. finely ground almond flour 2 tablespoon cream cheese 1 tablespoon garlic po...

You’ll need this chef’s recipes and tips if you’re flirting with keto

Keto and paleo diets are booming in popularity, but these low-carb, high-protein eating styles are often lacking in fiber. Chef Gerard Viverito told Las Vegas morning show viewers that the nation is in a fiber crisis: Most of us don’t get anywhere near the recommended 25 to 38 grams a day.

The functional chef’s Wild Rice Fritters

Yes, it is possible to make food that is good for you AND tastes delicious. You just need to have a few tricks up your sleeve. Regular Girl is honored to be part of Chef Gerard Viverito’s toolbox of functional ingredients. Chef G, known as the Functional Chef, made Regular Girl-enhanced Wild Rice Fritters for a dinner party at the home...

Low-FODMAP roasted squash, carrot and ginger soup

The savory flavors of this soup are sure to satisfy your taste buds. It’s also good for your body because it’s low in belly-busting FODMAPs and rich in nutrients. We suggest serving with a dollop of lactose-free yogurt enhanced with a scoop of Regular Girl. You’ll get an additional 5 grams of prebiotic soluble fiber plus helpful probio...

How to make bowls of belly-pleasing low-FODMAP soup

When the temperature dips, nothing warms up the insides like soup. Unfortunately, those who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome or other functional gastrointestinal disorder may find this seasonal delight the source of irritating gas, bloating or even occasional constipation. That’s because many classic soup recipes contain ingredient...

Low-FODMAP salmon sliders with rosemary aioli

You’ll instantly add these salmon sliders to your repertoire because they are delicious and so easy to make. Make them your own (a.k.a. use up leftovers) by adding any veggies and herbs you wish to the basic recipe of egg, mayo, panko bread crumbs and salmon. Simply avoid high-FODMAP ingredients such as onion and garlic. We suggest usi...

Cranberry walnut compote

If your family loves the taste of cranberries, here’s a way to enjoy these antioxidant-rich red gems throughout the year. Fresh cranberries can be refrigerated for up to two months, and they retain their nutrients even when frozen. - Chef Gerard Viverito 4 cups Ingredients 1 (12-ounce) package fresh or frozen cranberries, divided 2 or...
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