Satisfy your sweet tooth with these tasty and healthy low fodmap desserts that won’t leave you feeling bloated, gassy, or out of sorts. They are gluten free, dairy free, and plant-based too!
13 Low FODMAP Desserts
These low FODMAP desserts are sweet, healthy, rich, and decadent but do not contain high FODMAP foods that can cause gas, bloating, and digestive upset in individuals who often suffer from IBS related symptoms.
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What desserts can you eat on a low Fodmap diet?
Because foods that are higher in sugar tend to be a no-no on a low FODMAP diet, you might be wondering what you can actually enjoy for a sweet treat. Luckily, some sweeter foods just need to be enjoyed in moderation to be considered low FODMAP approved, and there are also healthier alternatives that can be used instead of processed or high sugar options.
Cake, brownies, lemon bars, popsicles, cookies, parfaits, and more can all be low FODMAP friendly given they are made with the right ingredients. Check out this list below and be inspired!
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The Recipes List
Lemon Bars by Fun Without Fodmaps
These classic lemon bars use the right ingredients in the right amounts to make a delicious citrusy dessert that’s low FODMAP approved. Simply swap the butter for vegan butter if you need a vegan/dairy free option.
Low Fodmap Strawberry Crisp by Tara Rochford
This beautiful and mouthwatering strawberry crisp is bursting with flavour and that delicious juicy strawberry taste. It’s gluten free, dairy free, and moderately sweetened.
Chocolate and Strawberry Vegan Magnum Bars from Gluten Free Stories
Um, yes I’m just drooling looking at that photo! Cool down with these low fodmap approved chocolate ice cream bars packed with strawberry and coconut milk.
Paleo Turtle Brownies by Real Food with Jessica
These decadent brownies make a perfect low fodmap dessert and they are also made with mostly whole food ingredients including pecans, maple syrup, coconut oil, sunflower seed butter, and of course, chocolate!
Gluten Free Maple Spice Bundt Cake by Rachel Pauls Food
This tasty and beautiful looking bundt cake is perfect for wowing a crowd or making for a special occasion. It’s gluten free and can easily be dairy free and/or vegan!
Vegan Blueberry Poptarts by Gutsy Baker
These super cute pop tarts are low FODMAP friendly and are healthier than the real thing made with almond flour, chia, and coconut palm sugar!
Low Fodmap Brownies by Pretty Delicious Life
Fudgy, chewy, and so delightful, these rich brownies are totally low FODMAP approved and are made with whole food ingredients…perfection!
Gluten Free Sticky Toffee Pudding by Becky Excell
This classic dessert gets a low fodmap twist with this tasty gluten free recipe that can easily be made dairy free too!
4-Ingredient Healthy Fudgesicles by A Sweet Pea Chef
These super simple gluten free, dairy free, paleo, and yes – low fodmap friendly fudgesicles are made with just 4 ingredients and are whole-food focused. Perfect if you want a sweet treat that is free of refined sugars on a hot day!
Easy Protein Donuts by NITK
Seriously yummy, these donuts are a low FODMAP dessert and packed with added protein for blood sugar stabilization, muscle repair, and satiation. Choose a brown rice protein powder or hemp protein powder!
Low Fodmap Flourless Chocolate Cake from A Little Bit Yummy
This stunning dark chocolate cake is gluten free, grain free, dairy free, and of course – low FODMAP approved. Make it for a sweet bite before bed or for a special occasion… nobody will know it’s healthier!
Vegan Low Fodmap Fruit Crumble Bars by Fodmap Everyday
These juicy and delicious fruit crumble bars are healthy, easy, and totally plant based. Perfect for gut-friendly noshing any day of the week!
Vegan Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Cookies from A Saucy Kitchen
Try these tasty cookies that get a chocolaty pumpkin twist with this low fodmap friendly recipe. Who doesn’t love cookies?!
I hope you are inspired by this mouthwatering list of low FODMAP desserts that can be enjoyed casually or for a special occasion. Which will you make first? Tell me about it in the comments and be sure to pin the photo below to save this list for later!
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