#026 Special Holidays & Christmas Low FODMAP Desserts

Low FODMAP Desserts to share with your family and friends for the holidays season and any other special occasion.


Welcome to the third and final part of the Special Holidays & Christmas Low FODMAP Recipes podcast series.

Last week we talked about main courses, and the week before we presented a few ideas for starters. This week we will present a few delicious dessert ideas! I hope you will enjoy these recipes.


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Can’t listen to this episode right now? Read the transcript below and click on the links to view the recipes discussed on this episode.

The guests on today’s episode have already shared their recipes for either a main course or a side dish in the first two episodes.

As usual, the details of the recipes, their ingredients and all the instructions can be found in the links shared below.

alana-butterscotch-puddingAlana Scott the creator of the website A Little Bit Yummy shares a delicious Butterscotch Pudding.






Registered dietitian Stephanie Clairmont founder of the website Beyond FODMAPs.

Stephanie will give us the details of her special Maple Pumpkin Cookies.




Our third dessert, Fruit Mince Pies, is presented by Nataliya from the blog Not From A Packet Mix .

Nataliya will also remind us to also keep hydrated, during our special holiday meal with a beautiful Infused Water.




Next guest is  Zlata from Life & Thymez with her very successful Low FODMAP Brownies recipe.





And last, but certainly not least, will be Laura Stonehouse from Our House For Teawho will give us a super fast and delicious recipe: Mini Mont Blancs with Chestnut Puree.


A big thanks to all my guests for their kind participation to these Special Holidays Recipes podcast episodes. I hope they have enjoyed the experience, I have definitely enjoyed having them here sharing their favourite recipes.

For those of you who are celebrating the holiday season in a few days, I hope you will have a wonderful time and that you will be able to enjoy some beautiful food without any digestive consequences.

I also want to wish you all a Happy New Year!  Please stay healthy, safe and of course, happy. If you have time off, enjoy your family and friends.

Lots of love, Larah



About Larah

I have been suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome for many years, but it took a longtime to get a diagnosis, since then I have been following a low FODMAP diet, which has changed my life for the better. This is my story and experience with IBS and the low FODMAP diet.