Fat can be a heartburn trigger for some people. Tuna, when packed in water instead of oil, is low-fat. This recipe also calls for low-fat or fat-free ingredients, making it a safe choice for heartburn sufferers.
Crunchy Fish Sticks
You may think that fish sticks have a lot of fat, and if fatty foods trigger your heartburn, you may also think you can't eat them. This may be true of the fish sticks you buy pre-made in the storet. Fish by itself is low in fat. And with the recipe below, you can make your own fish sticks with low-fat ingredients, such as dressing and cream cheese, instead of fat-laden coatings and tartar sauces. You can enjoy fish sticks without the heartburn.
Chicken Nuggets with Rice
You may think that chicken nuggets have a lot of fat, and if fatty foods trigger your heartburn, you may also think you can't eat them. This may be true of the chicken nuggets you buy pre-made in the store or those from a restaurant. With the recipe below, you can make your own nuggets with low-fat ingredients, such as chicken breast and skim milk. These nuggets are tasty but won't give you heartburn.
Meatballs with Pasta
You may think you can't have meatballs if you suffer from heartburn. Using only lean ground beef and cooking without added fat can help you enjoy meatballs without the heartburn.
Chicken and Cheese Bake
Using low-fat ingredients, such as low-fat margarine and cheese, skim milk, and skinless chicken breasts, make this tasty recipe heartburn safe.
Pasta and Ham
Pasta prepared with low sodium chicken broth and low sodium ham. Lean ham helps keep this recipe heartburn-friendly.
Chicken & Mozzarella Roll-Ups
Using low-fat cheese helps make this recipe heartburn friendly. Using skinless chicken breasts are also heartburn friendly since fatty foods can trigger heartburn, but by removing the skin, the fat content of this meal goes down.