We can’t believe it either, but Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! And whether you’ve been ready for months or you’re doing the last-minute scramble to come up with something romantic, one thing we know for sure is that there’s usually no better way to your partner’s heart, than through their sweet tooth. And for those of us with sensitive stomachs, these every-once-in-a-while treats can be that much more special. This V-Day, try spoiling your loved ones with these 5 Low FODMAP desserts that are easy to make, easy on the stomach, and easy on the eyes!

1. 3 Ingredient Low FODMAP Chocolate Truffles

low fodmap chocolate truffles

In a pinch and looking for a quick Low FODMAP dessert that still looks impressive? Let these 3-ingredient chocolate truffles be your secret weapon. Rich and delicious, they’re super easy to make and also happen to be lactose-free.

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2. Low FODMAP Flourless Chocolate Cake

Low FODMAP chocolate cake

This delectable dark chocolate dessert may look like it belongs on a fine-dining menu, yet it takes only 15 minutes to make! The perfect ending to a romantic Low FODMAP meal, a single slice is rich enough to get your chocolate fix, yet light enough that it won’t weigh you down.

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3. Low FODMAP Pancakes, Dutch Baby Style

Low FODMAP pancakes cast iron pan

There’s no better way to kick off Valentine’s Day (on a Sunday, no less!) than with a Low FODMAP breakfast in bed. Although these gluten-free pancakes aren’t technically a dessert, when drizzled with a touch of maple syrup and your partner’s favorite Low FODMAP fruits or berries, it’s guaranteed to satisfy every sweet tooth. 

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4. Low FODMAP Red Velvet Cupcakes

Low FODMAP cupcakes with chocolate dipped strawberries

Chocolate-dipped strawberries with whipped cream over a velvety red cupcake – what could be more classically romantic? And what’s more, this show-stopping Low FODMAP dessert is gluten-free, lactose-free, and made with clean ingredients like natural cocoa. So you can go ahead and indulge with no regrets.

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5. Low FODMAP Vanilla Ice Cream with Chocolate Quinoa Crumbles

Low FODMAP ice cream with Fody snack bars

If you’re on the Low FODMAP diet and didn’t think that ice cream was something you can have, we have great news for you! As long as you stick with low-lactose options and mind the Monash University guidelines, you’re welcome to indulge in ice cream. For Valentine’s Day, try serving up this gut-friendly homemade vanilla ice cream topped with a Fody snack bar crumble.

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Looking to satisfy your sweet tooth year-round? We’re always updating our cookbook with new Low FODMAP desserts you’ll love!

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