Holidays and sweet treats seem to go together, right?
I know there are quite a few of you out there that have a bit of a sweet tooth. So… I thought I would make this post all about low FODMAP treats for the holiday season. How does that sound?
I contacted one of my favorite FODMAP bloggers to get a yummy recipe for all of you to enjoy!
These Peanut Butter Sweet Potato Teff Cookies with White Chocolate Chip Cookies look way too tasty, right?
The Spicy RD has a wonderful blog with many low FODMAP recipes and all gluten free. Do check out her site here! Not all of her recipes are low FODMAP…but do search around. Her pictures are truly eye candy!
Monash has some tasty holiday recipes including a vanilla crepe with fresh strawberries…found here!
One of my favorite desserts this time of year is COOKIES! Here are a few low FODMAP cookie recipes for you to consider…
The simple 3 ingredients flourless peanut butter cookies are easy and a sure hit! Recipe here!
The peanut butter cookie is a bit on the sweet side–so feel free to try to reduce the sugar a bit!
Or how about some low FODMAP and Gluten free chocolate brownies?
Or simple meringues? MMMMMmmmm…. recipe here!
I like to focus on two key words during the holiday season. Peace and Joy. So…I have it smattered all over our home. Take a peek…
Wishing you and yours a VERY joyful and peaceful holiday….
And a Happy and Healthy 2014!!
5 replies on “Low FODMAP Holiday Sweets“
EA-The Spicy RD
Thanks so much for sharing my recipes and my sweetpotato teff cookies Kate! I love all the peace and joy inspiration around your house 🙂 Wishing you and your family a wonderful holiday season, and I’m looking forward to finally meeting you in the new year! xo
So many different alternatives to wheat flour, but teff is a new one to me!
Thanks for posting the alternative recipes. I was intrigued by the peanut butter cookies, as they are one of my favorites. I tried the recipe, ate one and had my partner do a taste test (he will eat and enjoy almost any kind of dessert). If you like really, really sweet desserts, they are fine. I think for some of us, though, they are just too, too sweet. We ended up throwing the rest away.
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Carol–perhaps try the recipe with less sugar–that might taste better to you.
So many flours. I just bought an attachment for my Vitamix – can’t wait to make farinata from chick pea flour!
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