I put together this list of 8 low-FODMAP Christmas Cookies because who doesn’t love a great cookie?
This past weekend while unpacking everything for the kitchen in the new house, I got wildly excited about cooking and baking again. And on Sunday, I got side tracked (don’t tell Ryan!) from house stuff and just started digging in.
I made tons of chia puddings, protein balls, and a vinaigrette that’s to die for.
I also started thinking about organizing the kitchen.
While doing it all I wondered……would it be helpful for you for me to share more of this? The ingredients and foods we keep, how we organize, what we make, etc? You know the drill. Let me know if you like that idea.
For today, let’s chat low-FODMAP baking and some cookie recipes.
Now listen, full transparency, I do not need to eat low-FODMAP cookies currently. I said “Adios” to SIBO, so I haven’t been focused on making sure I’m only eating low-FODMAP.
Currently, I’m grabbing cookie recipes like:
I think this recipe could easily be turned into a low-FODMAP one.
This recipe can easily be low-FODMAP. Swaps: 1-to-1 gluten-free flour for the all-purpose flour, verify the chocolate chips, and maple syrup for honey. Simple. And they are super good.
- Molasses Cookies. Molasses is not low-FODMAP and if you remove that from the recipe, well, then you might as well not even make them.
That said, so many of you reading this need a low-FODMAP cookie recipe for the holiday season, so I’ve got you covered with these 8 Low-FODMAP Christmas Cookies.
But first, I put together a list of 50+ low-FODMAP baking ingredients you might want to have on hand for the holiday season.
50+ Low-FODMAP Baking Ingredients
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Note: This is not an exhaustive low-FODMAP baking list, but instead it’s many of the common low-FODMAP ingredients I use when baking low-FODMAP.
- all spice
- almond butter
- almond milk
- apple cider vinegar (p.s. Did you know that apple cider vinegar + baking soda = baking powder?)
- avocado oil
- baking soda
- banana, unripe
- Bob’s Red Mill 1-to-1 Baking Flour. I use this all the time, and it works perfectly in the Poppy Seed Sheet Cake Recipe.
- cacao powder
- chia seeds
- coconut milk
- coconut oil (I also love using the Organic Liquid Coconut Oil for baking so that you can skip the “melt the coconut oil” part.)
- shredded and dried coconut
- dark chocolate (85%+)
- flax seeds
- flour, millet
- quinoa flour
- flour, rice
- teff flour
- flour, tigernut
- gluten-free oats
- hemp milk
- lemon juice
- lime juice
- macadamia milk
- maple syrup
- olive oil
- peanut butter
- poppy seeds
- potato starch
- rice milk
- sugar (brown, coconut, palm, raw, white)
- tapioca starch
- tofu (any except for silken)
- vanilla extract
- whipped cream
- xanthan gum
psssst…..You can easily save this list via the graphic below and take it with you to the grocery store the next time you go by clicking HERE.
See the tab via my FREE Master Gutsy Links Spreadsheet, ‘Holiday Baking’ for these and more.
8 Low-FODMAP Christmas Cookies
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- Flourless Chocolate Cookies.
- Frosted Sugar Cookies.
- Low-FODMAP Coconut Macaroons.
- Maple Ginger Crinkle Cookies.
- Rolled Sugar Cookies.
- Shortbread Cookies.
- Snowball Cookies.
- Soft Ginger Cookies.
Have a favorite Christmas cookie recipe (low-FODMAP or not)?
All of this low-FODMAP baking chatter made me really want to create a low-FODMAP cookie for you – also because I’m totally hungry for one now! You know, just for fun, and in all my spare time.
Let me know if you have any suggestions of something you’re craving.
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