Let’s talk cookies, okay?
One of my favorite holiday traditions is to make festive cookies. And, being on the low FODMAP diet should not prohibit you from indulging in a delicious holiday sweet, right?
This chewy peanut butter cookies with semi-sweet chocolate chips is one of my favorite low FODMAP cookie recipes. There are many low FODMAP peanut butter recipes online but what makes this recipe a bit different (and better!) is the addition of just a bit of healthy oat flour. Click here for recipe post.
These cornmeal cookies with orange zest and dried cranberries pair perfectly with a cup of tea. Light, delicious and perfect after your holiday feast! Click here for recipe!
These holiday meringues were featured in a recent post but I had to include them in this round-up! They are light, sweet, low fat and VERY festive! Click here for the recipe!
Flourless chocolate cookies, anyone? These are so decadent! They will fix just about any level of chocolate craving, for real! Click here for recipe details.
This biscotti recipe is from my friend Meg’s holiday collection. These biscotti’s are one of her family favorites…and now one of mine! Click here for recipe!
And for a few more inspirations, you might like these low FODMAP soft ginger cookies from A Little Bit Yummy! Click here to check them out! These rolled sugar cookies made with a mix of low FODMAP flours and chia look good too via VSL#3’s recipe page, check out recipe here!
Don’t get too caught up in the holiday rush! Try to savor the season with fun family holiday traditions…like baking up a batch of cookies!