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Quinoa Chocolate Chip cookies – gluten-free and low FODMAP recipe

Quinoa Chocolate Chip cookies - gluten-free and low FODMAP recipeTerry Moore Quote
I have been cruising around other blogs to find those that are fructose free or with low FODMAP recipes and there are not that many which impress me among the few that exist. But I have found one which has a few recipes which I would like to try. These quinoa chocolate chip cookies are from Delicious as it Looks. She added M&Ms, which is not exactly low FODMAP so I left them out but they would be a fun element to add for the colour if nothing else. There is no flour, just quinoa flakes which creates a rather heavy texture but they are still delicious and filling. With a cup of tea for morning tea, they work well. Apart from not using the M&Ms, I also didn’t add the 1/2 cup brown sugar. I increased the 1/4 cup cane sugar to 1/3 cup and they are plenty sweet enough with only that amount of sugar.

Some people were worried in my last post that I had no good food left to eat after eliminating the foods containing FODMAPs. This is not quite true so I thought I would tell you some foods I can eat.

Fruit:

Bananas, blueberries, citrus fruits, grapes, kiwifruit, rasberries, strawberries, tomatoes

Vegetables:

Alfalfa, broccoli, capsicums, carrot, celery, eggplant, green beans, lettuce, potato, pumpkin, spinach, tomatoes, sweet potatoes

Grains:

Amaranth, arrowroot, buckwheat, corn, millet, oats, polenta, quinoa, rice

Sweeteners:

Sugar (sucrose), glucose, stevia, maple syrup, golden syrup (but never too much of them)

Meat, chicken, fish, all dairy products.

I can also eat almost all spices and herbs as well as dry wine and dark chocolate. So life is not all bad.
Quinoa Chocolate Chip cookies - gluten-free and low FODMAP recipe
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Comments

  1. Interesting ~ Never cooked with quinoa flakes before ~ Must add to my to-do list :-)

  2. Glad to hear you still have plenty of variety in your diet! Great looking cookies – I actually prefer a more dense and substantial one,

    • I certainly feel like I have eaten something worthwhile after eating one of these cookies, instead of feeling unhappy about empty calories.

  3. Terry Moore is a very smart man. And I’d definitely add some M&M’s, I like it so much :)

    • I am not against the M&Ms, that’s for sure and I used to eat a packet of them every time I went to the movies. No wonder I used to feel sick since I now know I am fructose intolerant.

  4. You are doing well at finding recipes you can eat. I’m glad you included that list because I feel much happier for you now. At least there’s maple syrup on the list! xx

  5. Love that quote…made me giggle. And I’m so glad you don’t have to live without chocolate chip cookies :)

  6. You are so right, there are limited resources for people following the fodmap way. I think it’s good you are sharing your story and enlightening folks. I also think there’s a huge misconception that it means you can’t eat anything on fodmaps. There are lots of great foods on the list.

    Totally dig these cookies. They look absolutely delicious.

  7. I love that quote about chocolate! Your cookies look wonderful.

  8. My hubby is switching over to a low fodmap diet, which of course means I am too since I am the “cook.” What I am wondering is what do you use in place of onion? I used onion in everything, it gave flavor to everything I cooked. Not to mention onion and garlic are in everything, etc… Any suggestions on a replacement? Thanks. Meanwhile, I am definitely going to make these cookies!

    • I am sure he will feel a lot better if this been prescribed to him. I sure do. I have banished onions completely but do use garlic-infused oil when I want the garlic flavour, for example in pesto. I don’t miss the onions because I use so many spices and herbs. I have had no complaints from the family. It’s just a matter of adjusting your cooking methods and it is a learning curve that you will eventually get around. Don’t hesitate to contact me on the contact form if you want any help with this transition.

      • you can use asafoetida powder for the onion flavour-very pungent Indian spice, needs to be sealed so you don’t stink out your Pantry! check out Natalie Notts website, she has lots of Fodmap recipes, in conjunction with all the info from Monash University re Fodmap. very helpful. lowfodmap.com, excellent reading. :-)

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