Raspberry panna cotta
Enjoying these creamy SIBO friendly raspberry panna cotta is a perfect dessert for low FODMAP as it is dairy-free, egg-free, and gluten-free. Suitable for phase 1 semi-restricted and phase 2 reduce and repair. The cooking time for this dish is approximately four hours for making 4 servings.
Black Forest Smoothie
Rich creamy SIBO friendly smoothie. Without any cooking time, delicious dessert or luxurious breakfast for low FODMAP diet as it is dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free, and completely vegetarian. Making two servings required 10 minutes.
Lemon tart with chestnut and pecan crust
Delicious dessert or tea time snack for the tart food lover. Perfect for a low FODMAP diet. The total time required for making 12 pieces is approximately 1 hour and 55 minutes.
Pina colada popsicles
A dairy-free and vegetarian delicious dessert for the warm evening complete low FODMAP for phase 1 semi-restricted and phase 2 reduce and repair. Take 10 minutes to prepare 8 servings of creamy summery and zesty.
SIBO Vanilla Ice Cream
Simple SIBO vanilla ice cream is so easy to make and completely low FODMAP dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free. Only with 4 ingredients, it is the perfect icy accompaniment to your favorite SIBO or low FODMAP dessert. Suitable for phase 1 semi-restricted and phase 2 reduce and repair. Preparing 4 serving in 5 minutes and all the time it takes to freeze and set.
Blueberry Yoghurt Pots
Blueberry yogurt pots are another SIBO friendly and easy-to-make dessert. Blueberry yogurt is egg-free, vegetarian, and low FODMAP diet that takes 60 minutes to make 4 servings.
Gooey Chocolate Caramels
Feel heaven with just one bite of chocolate caramels. Suitable for phase 2 reduction and repair. Gooey caramel pairs perfectly with dark chocolate and give you an amazing experience all it takes 2 hours to make it.
Some Final Thoughts:
Following a specific diet does not mean you can not enjoy things you love. Try these delicious recipes while staying healthy.