Prepare yourself my friends for a quick, easy and hella delicious treat that cooks up in only 5 minutes (and no, that is not a typo). In less than ten minutes, you can satisfy that craving you've been battling all day for gooey, rich, chocolatey brownie and, added bonus, there are barely any dishes to do afterwards.
Have I done it? I believe I have. Today, I bring you cookie dough bites that use no flour, sugar (chocolate coating aside, of course) or condensed milk! They are delightfully sweetened with banana and the flour has been substituted for almond meal and oats. Although not a health food, these sinfully delicious bites are about as good as it gets. Perfect for satisfying your sweet tooth without the crushing guilt that often follows. Hurrah.
When you think of a muffin, you think of a rich, moist mini-cake. When you think of a healthy, refined sugar free, microwaveable muffin, you think ew. Well not anymore! I am here to challenge your perception of healthy mug muffins by presenting you with this chocolate and banana gem.
Mmmm, carrot cake. One of the strangest ideas for a cake (vegetable cake, ew) and yet an absolute baking classic. Throw in a can of crushed pineapple and some warm, sweet spices and you no longer have a cake. You have an experience. But can it be low FODMAP-ed? Yes, my good friends, yes it can. But does it taste like dirt? On this blog, definitely not. It is deliciously light and fluffy and moist, without being stodgy. But probiotic, really? Hells yes. Who doesn't want a cake that gives back?
I am a brownie person. Wholeheartedly and completely. The prospect of no more brownie was so unfathomable I just had to do something about it. I spent hours and hours searching the farthest reaches of the internet to discover this recipe and thank the Lord I did! This is such a delectable and rich chocolate brownie, you can't help but wonder, "Is this really low FODMAP?".
Cookie time! And not the stodgy FODMAP-filled kind. I'm talking fresh and fabulous Coconut and Banana Cookies. Beautifully moist and fluffy, they almost have the consistency of cake rather than cookie, but who's complaining!