This website is intended for residents of the United States of America interested in Phenylketonuria, also called PKU


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 phenylalanine (Phe) include meats (including fish, red meat, and poultry), dairy, eggs, nuts, grains, and legumes.

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

Cranberry Scones
Sicilian Salad
PKU Caesar Salad
Waldorf salad
Waldorf Salad
Vegetable Ragout with Garlic Sage Biscuits
Taste Connections Pizza Dough
Springtime Pasta
Spring Strawberry Spinach Salad
Savory Broccoli Casserole
Portabella Stuffed Peppers
Mean Green Burgers
Low-Protein Stuffing
Herbed Dinner Rolls
Plain Scones
Dessert Pizza
Heart-shaped Pancakes with Maple Blackberry Syrup

Banana Berry Smoothie

Apple Cider Cinnamon Donuts

Triple Zesty Scones

Sundried Tomato Scones

Strawberries and Cream Slushy

Spring Asparagus and Potato Salad

Southwest Chipotle Scones

Simple Mexican/Southwest Sauce

Simple Italian Sauce

Simple Greek Sauce

Simple Asian Sauce (Chunky Curry)

PKU Tortillas

Perfect Loaf Bread

Parsnip and Shitake Lettuce Cups

Oven Crisped Brussels Sprouts

Light and Lively Sauce

Kalamata Olive Scones

Cheddar Scones

Garlic Roasted Baby Bella Mushrooms

Fruit Salsa and Cinnamon Chips

Blooming Onion and Dipping Sauce

PKU Pizza

Friendly Meals

The foods you eat can impact the way you think and feel.

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Find resources to help manage blood Phe levels.