Fill your kitchen with the pleasant aroma of baked sweet potato early in the morning! These easy-to-make waffles are cooked until golden brown and taste great, topped with vegan butter and low-histamine fruit. Simply swap soy milk or oat milk!
Mint might not be the first herb that comes to mind when you think of pasta. But this glass noodle recipe is a wonderful fusion of flavors and textures that are herbed beautifully. Enjoy garnished with crunchy pistachios!
This recipe is wonderful for adding a fresh taste and texture to your table, made from spiced and baked cauliflower that bursts with flavor. The aromatic roasted cauliflower is brightened with fresh lemon, red onions, mint, and parsley – swap the lemon for a splash of ACV.
Change your morning routine and pop a slice of sweet potato in the toaster! These easy-to-make and nutritious sweet potato toasts are a great alternative to bread and can be prepared savory or sweet. Choose low-histamine toppings!
Slightly sweet and nutty millet makes for a fluffy grain side dish that goes well with various mains. The grain is perfumed with herbs, giving it a bright and earthy aroma – so delicious, simply omit the lemon to keep it low-histamine.
Indulge your senses with this low-histamine warm soup. Made from freshly roasted pumpkin and a medley of aromatic spices, this soup tastes warm and cozy. Enjoy garnished with a drizzle of coconut milk and herbs.
A flavorful medley of oven-baked vegetables that is great for easy weeknight dinners. Oven-roasted veggies are tossed with a tahini sauce that is tangy and creamy, then finished with toasted pine nuts – swap lemon for ACV!
A nostalgic start to the day, this cream of wheat will warm your soul and fill your belly. Ready in less than 5 minutes, this easy and nutritious breakfast is easily customizable. Enjoy with your favorite low-histamine fruits or nut butter!
Soft-baked sugar cookies fresh from the oven are a gift from the confection fairies! These magical cookies are exactly what you crave. Soft, sweet, and dusted in a blanket of coarse sugar crystals – so good with cold almond milk!
Roll out the dough and enjoy a low-histamine pizza party! This vegan dough is the perfect base for a generous coating of nomato-sauce and low-histamine veggie toppings, like bell peppers and zucchini – great for entertaining.
Swirl your fork into a steaming bowl of golden noodles with this creamy pumpkin pasta recipe. A celebration of fall in every bite, this dish will warm your kitchen with a fragrant aroma of nutmeg and cinnamon.
Enjoy a delicious slice of warm apple cake with this wholesome recipe. Sweetened without refined sugar, this whole wheat cake is well-spiced and packed with apple essence! It's a great fall dessert that goes well with afternoon tea.
Looking for a breakfast that everyone will love? This easy low-histamine pancake recipe is delicious and suitable for picky eaters. Enjoy them with your favorite toppings like fresh fruit and maple syrup!
Spin your fork into a bowl of creamy basil noodles and enjoy the satisfying slurping noise while savoring every bite! This low-histamine recipe uses full-fat coconut milk and vibrant fresh basil with garlic to create a delightful sauce.
Pronounced pak choi or bok choi, this super green goes well on a low-histamine diet. This Asian-inspired preparation uses freshly shredded pak choi with crunchy celery, cucumber, and nutty sesame. Goes great with other Asian recipes!
Get the oven heated for these tender and surprisingly juicy cauliflower steaks. These steaks have a subtle smokiness that goes well with the herbal chimichurri sauce. So good you will want to lick your plate clean! Just be sure to make the sauce with ACV instead of citrus!
Roasted carrot hummus is your new favorite dip! Made without beans, this velvety smooth dip is perfect for upgrading your crudités board or enjoying with crackers – leave out the lemon juice and make ahead to enjoy all week!
Don't skip dessert! This low-histamine pudding recipe is visually beautiful and tastes decadent. A cult favorite pumpkin spiced latte is paired with chia seeds to create a perfect vegan pudding. Use vanilla beans if you're sensitive to extract!
A light and herb-infused tabbouleh recipe without tomato! This low histamine side dish combines fresh herbs, vegetables, and fluffy quinoa that perfectly soaks up the flavorful dressing. Swap honey for syrup to make this recipe vegan!
High & Low-Histamine Foods
When choosing the recipes on this list, we focused on plant-based ones only. Generally, animal products like eggs, fresh meat, fresh fish, or fresh dairy, are well-tolerated by those who are sensitive to histamine.
Alena Schowalter is a Certified Vegan Nutritionist who has been a vegetarian since childhood and vegan since 2012. Together with her husband, she founded nutriciously in 2015 and has been guiding thousands of people through different transition stages towards a healthy plant-based diet. She’s received training in the fields of nutrition, music therapy and social work. Alena enjoys discussions around vegan ethics, walks through nature and creating new recipes.