There’s no greater danger to your low FODMAP diet than the wafting smells tempting you towards the bakery section of the grocery store. However, you can stay strong and on the straight and narrow with these simple, delicious low FODMAP baking recipes.
From low FODMAP chocolate cake to low FODMAP chocolate chip cookies, here are the low FODMAP baking desserts you need to break out at your next tea party.
Think you can’t enjoy chocolate cake without FODMAP-rich wheat flour? Then clearly you’ve never tasted this amazing low FODMAP chocolate cake made completely without flour. Light and creamy, this is one of the BEST low FODMAP deserts to snack on without any nagging guilt.
The trick with this recipe is to ensure you use chocolate with 55-65% cocoa mass to ensure it doesn’t aggravate your IBS symptoms. That way, you’ll be able to enjoy the chocolate without the fudge!
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Sweet, salty, and crunchy, these salted low FODMAP chocolate chip cookies are an after-dinner treat your kids will love (and you’ll love how they won’t’ send you running to the bathroom).
Featuring pecans and vanilla extract to offset the bitterness of dark chocolate, these low FODMAP desserts have a unique taste you won’t find in the grocery store.
Check out the full recipe here.
A high-quality pie crust is a necessity for recipes ranging from a classic apple pie to a savoury quiche, but it can be hard to find the right low FODMAP replacement for wheat-based flour.
However, this recipe for a low FODMAP pie crust from chef Dédé Wilson gets around that barrier by combining xanthan gum with gluten-free flour for a creation with the right consistency, without the FODMAP factor.
Once you have this low FODMAP pie crust recipe down, low FODMAP baking will be as easy as, well, pie.
Get the full recipe here.
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