These little no bake bite size cookies are just the right size treat!
I made these little cookies with just a few ingredients, including a little almond meal. In a small portion, 1/4 cup per serving, almond meal makes the Monash University FODMAP cut off and is a wholesome and nutrient dense ingredient.
A perfect little treat! Enjoy!
Today, my kitchen experiment is a low FODMAP chocolate and peanut butter lava cake! Oh yeah….stay tuned!
Lemon Tart Bites
Category Low FODMAP Desserts & Other
- Makes 10 balls; serving size 2
- 2/3 cup almond meal
- 2 tablespoons finely ground cornmeal
- 1 tablespoon maple syrup (I used the golden color variety)
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 teaspoon lemon zest
- 2 tablespoons lemon juice
- 1 tablespoon coconut oil
- 1/4 cup shredded coconut
- Mix all the ingredients except the shredded coconut in small bowl until blended.
- Roll into 10 bites size balls.
- Roll ball into shredded coconut to cover outside of bite.
- Place cookies in the refrigerator to set.
8 replies on “Lemon Tart Bites“
Maria | Go Messy or Go Hungry
Yum! I love the idea of no-bake bites, bit so many of the recipes you see around are full of high FODMAP ingredients like dates. So glad to find a version I can eat!
These are so easy to make and delicious too….anything with lemon and coconut works for me! Paired with a half serving of melon it’s great as mid-morning snack that doesn’t bother my stomach. Yum.
Any suggestions for people who don’t like coconut? These look great; was thinking of trying them this weekend. Maybe rolling them in sliced almonds rather than shredded coconut. Any other suggestions for a coconut substitute? Thanks!
I might finely chop up pecans or almonds and roll mixture in the nuts vs. coconut.
What about almond meal? Is it safe?
What about almond meal? Is it safe? How many grams per portion can I use?
Small amounts per Monash app is allowed (for almond meal)–1/4 cup/ 24 gram limit per serving.
Oh, I didn’t notice it because almond meal has a red sign in MU app and I assumed that it’s strictly forbidden 😉
Thank you for your answer!
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