Low FODMAP Berry Crumb Cake

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There is nothing quite like dessert for breakfast. Ha! 🙂 Well…this crumb cake is part dessert and part low FODMAP berry yumminess.  A nice treat for your favorite FODMAPer.

berry crumb cake

The inspiration for this blueberry crumb cake is from a delicious crumb cake recipe that my sister, Trisha makes traditionally with wheat flour and buttermilk. So….good! I switched up the ingredients a bit to make a low FODMAP version.

berry crumble low FODMAP


Berry crumb cake ready to eat

I sometimes add just blueberries to make a blueberry crumb cake….but I also love the mix of strawberries, raspberries and blueberries too. In the winter, I use frozen berries. Fold the frozen berries gently so the batter doesn’t start looking like a tie dyed t-shirt. (But if the batter turns a little blue and red, don’t worry, it will still taste great!)

I made quick lactose free ‘buttermilk’ for this recipe by adding 1 tablespoon of vinegar to the lactose free milk and allowing it sit for 5 minute to curdle a bit. Really…this extra step is worth it.

I hope you are enjoying a great week. I just booked a weekend get-a-way to Vermont! I am looking forward to some quiet time in a sleepy New England town with Russ. I love visiting small towns in New England where you feel the pace is a bit slower and somehow you are transported back about a century…with little general stores and taverns that have been there for almost forever. It’s just what I need and I am grateful we have a nice, quiet weekend away on the books! 🙂

Planning something to look forward to makes life a little sweeter. 🙂

8 replies on “Low FODMAP Berry Crumb Cake

  • Mary

    This sounds delicious! Thank you for sharing this and everything you generously share with us. Do you think I could add lemon or vinegar to coconut milk to make buttermilk? The boxed shelf coconut milk or canned? Thank you:)

    • katescarlata

      The boxed coconut milk has been tested and is high FODMAP. Not sure the coconut milk would create ‘buttermilk’. I might just add the canned coconut milk as is–and see how the recipe works out!

  • Esther

    Kate .. Have a super great weekend !
    Depending on where you are in Vermont you may want to consider stopping into the King Arthur Flour Store if you have never been .. Lots of interesting kitchen stuff including various gluten free options ..
    This berry crumb cakes looks wonderful .. ! Thank you !
    Am wondering what type of vinegar used to remove lactose ?
    Do you think it would be suitable for those with dairy intolerance ?
    Great travels Kate !

    • katescarlata

      Thanks for catching my error, Esther. The milk should be lactose free milk. The vinegar can be white or lemon juice. This will not change the lactose content but rather make the milk a different consistency and a bit more tart–which somehow makes the recipe a bit richer in flavor.

  • Brianne Geller

    Hi Kate, thanks for sharing what seems like such a yummy recipe. One question for you! Where do you suggest is the best place to get low FODMAP flour? I’ve been having a hard time finding GF flour at Trader Joe’s or Stop and Shop. Thanks, and enjoy Vermont!

    • katescarlata

      Trader Joe’s carries a great gluten free flour blend that appears low FODMAP to me–in a pink package—my local store carries it regularly. But most large grocery chains have Bob’s Red Mill Gluten free 1 to 1 baking flour. Not all Bob’s Red Mill gluten free products are low FODMAP (some contain bean or soy flours) but some work!

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