Hello FODMAPers and Friends.
Today, I am sharing a quick and tasty dessert recipe with you….Lemon Cream Pie in a mini mason jar!
This recipe is easy peasy …as I used some ready made ingredients.
How cute is this little mason jar lemon cream pie? So cute, right!!?? 🙂
So, I started with one Ginny Bakes Coconut Oatmeal Bliss Cookie. I crushed the heck out of the cookie, creating fine crumbs then added a tiny bit of melted butter to make a crust for my pie! You can use another store bought low FODMAP cookie…but I really like the mix of oatmeal and coconut in this Ginny Bakes cookie! Not all of Ginny’s cookies contain low FODMAP ingredients–but a some do, such as the butter crisp cookie love and the chocolate chip cookie love (it does contain dark brown sugar, which has not been tested for FODMAP content as far as I know–but it is one of the latter ingredients so think it should be fine!)
Then I opened a jar of pre-made lemon curd. I like the Stonewall Kitchen variety–tangy and delish. I added just a bit of whipped cream to lighten up the lemon curd and tossed that over the chilled crust. Then I added another dollop of whipped cream. You may be surprised to learn whipped cream is low FODMAP…but it has very little lactose making it suitable for FODMAPers! YIPPPPEEEE! Of course, it is high in fat so don’t go overboard.
This recipe fits perfect in a 1/2 cup mason jar…making it a perfect dessert for one on the go! How fun is that?
Of course, I ate mine for dessert immediately. (Well….I did give Russ a couple spoonfuls. Yes,he LOVED it!) The recipe provided makes one mini lemon cream pie BUT you can double, triple, quadruple the recipe as desired.
If purchasing pre-made lemon curd be sure to check that it is made with suitable low FODMAP ingredients.
OH…and a BIG congrats to Joyce the 21 Day Tummy Cookbook winner!
Mini Lemon Cream Pie in a Mason Jar
- Per pie:
- 1 Ginny Bakes Coconut Oatmeal Bliss cookies
- 2 teaspoons butter, melted
- 1/4 cup lemon curd (I used Stonewall Kitchen brand)
- 1/4 cup whipped cream (check labels if using store brand, or whip some up!)
- Crush cookie by placing in plastic bag and pounding w/ back of spoon until you create fine crumbs.
- In small bowl mix melted butter and cookie crumbs, place firmly in bottom on 1/2 cup mason jar or small serving container, put in refrigerator to set for 20 minutes.
- Blend the lemon curd with 2 tablespoons of the whipped cream to lighten up the texture of the curd.
- Place lemon curd mixture on top of cookie crust.
- Top with the additional 1 tablespoon of whipped cream.
- Place top on mason jar and store for later or eat immediately.
8 replies on “Mini low FODMAP Lemon Cream Pie in a Mason Jar“
Genius! (and so adorable) I’m so excited to try my new cookbook!
They’re so cute!! And a great idea for dinner parties when you want to bring a nice dessert but want to make it easy and portable!
Yes…fun for a lunch box too!
Hi, I was just wondering if we are eating gluten-free, do we need to be concerned about vitamin B? If so, what should we be eating?
Hi Patsy, The low FODMAP diet is not a gluten free diet–though it does reduce gluten intake. Remember FODMAPs are carbs and gluten is a protein. B-vitamins are found in many whole grains but also in many fruit, veg, meat, fish (tuna/salmon) and poultry, nuts and seeds.
Thanks for the info Kate, really appreciate your emails and blogs!
Is Monk Fruit a high fodmap sweetener or a low fodmap sweetener?
Hi Beatrice, Not sure monkfruit has been analyzed for FODMAP content.
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