10 Gut-Friendly Summer Snacks - Sucrose Intolerance

10 Gut-Friendly Summer Snacks

Friday, June 22nd, 2018, Recipes

Summer is in full swing, and with the warmer weather comes an abundance of fresh, seasonal produce! From asparagus and leafy greens to strawberries and green beans, we’re lucky to have so many delicious, healthy items available to us straight from Mother Nature. Best part? These snacks are all low-sugar, healthier options to keep you feeling energized without uncomfortable symptoms like gas and bloating. Here are some of our favorite gut-friendly summer snacks to celebrate the season, perfect for those who have sucrose intolerance or are simply trying to cut back on sugar!

Caprese Stuffed Garlic Butter Portobellos

Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus

Artichoke with Baked Brie Sauce

Strawberry Chia Pudding

Hummus and Veggie Platter

  • Why We Love It: Throw this colorful veggie-packed appetizer together when hosting a party, picnic, or BBQ. Your guests will love how light and refreshing it is.
  • Seasonal Ingredients: Green beans, radishes, cherry tomatoes
  • View Recipe: Simply arrange a platter with your favorite hummus, served with fresh in-season veggies like green beans, radishes, and cherry tomatoes.

Deviled Eggs with Radishes, Chives, and Thyme

Grilled Zucchini Roll-ups with Ricotta and Herbs

Super Green Egg Cups

Chicken Salad Lettuce Wraps with Grapes and Pecans

Smoked Salmon Stuffed Avocado

 

We hope you enjoy these gut-friendly, low-sucrose summer snacks! To further discuss your diet and test if you may have a sucrose intolerance, we recommend you make an appointment with your doctor to evaluate your symptoms.

 

 

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