Whether it’s snack time or a celebration, we’ve got your meals covered.

Eating a PKU-friendly diet includes eating foods that are lower in protein. Foods that are naturally high in protein or Phe include meats (including fish, red meat and poultry), dairy, eggs, nuts, grains and beans.

Take a step toward protecting your brain and managing your PKU symptoms with low-Phe cooking.

Hungry for more?

Search below for low-Phe recipes that work for a PKU diet.

Cranberry scones

all, breakfast, snack, other

Sicilian salad

all, lunch, dinner

PKU caesar salad

all, lunch, dinner

Spring strawberry spinach salad

all, dinner, lunch, snack

Portobello stuffed peppers

all, dinner, lunch, snack

Mean green burgers

all, dinner, lunch

Low-protein stuffing

all, dinner, lunch, other

Herbed dinner rolls

all, dinner, snack, other

Dessert pizza

all, other

Heart-shaped pancakes with maple blackberry syrup

all, breakfast

Triple zesty scones

all, snack, breakfast, other

Sundried tomato scones

all, snack, other

Strawberries and cream slushy

all, snack, other

Spring asparagus and potato salad

all, lunch, dinner, snack

Simple Italian sauce

all, snack, other

Simple Greek sauce

all, snack, other

PKU tortillas

all, snack, dinner, lunch, other

Perfect loaf bread

all, snack, breakfast, lunch, other

Parsnip and shiitake lettuce cups

all, snack, dinner, lunch

Cheddar scones

all, snack

Garlic-roasted baby portobello mushrooms

all, snack, dinner

PKU pizza

all, dinner, lunch

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The foods you eat can impact the way you think and feel.
Find resources to help manage blood Phe levels.