From some recent questions from blog readers, I realised that there are a lot of people who have a hard time coming up with low FODMAP snacks for the low FODMAP diet. I must say, I even struggle sometimes with thinking of snacks to bring to work for in between meals.
I already shared lots of ideas for low FODMAP snacks with you in my blog 80+ low FODMAP snack ideas for every day, but you can never get enough inspiration. Therefore, I wanted to share a blog with 10 freezer friendly low FODMAP snacks.
All of those are healthy snacks that you can bake yourself, for example, banana bread or healthy muffins. The good thing is that you only have to make time to bake a snack once, for example on a Sunday.
You pop the snacks into the freezer and then you’ll have a healthy low FODMAP snack for the entire week.
If you bake a low FODMAP snack, it is important to let it cool down completely after baking. After it has cooled down you can slice the banana bread or cake, wrap the slices in aluminium foil individually and freeze them.
I also wrap muffins into aluminium foil. Like that, I only have to grab a snack from the freezer in the morning and I am good to go. Most of the freezer friendly low FODMAP snacks below contain about 100-150 calories per serving.
This was one of the first low FODMAP banana bread that I baked. A super tasty and healthy snack that tastes like a real treat because of the chocolate chips. Note that bananas have been retested by Monash University. Ripe bananas are now only low FODMAP up to 1/3 banana per serving.
Therefore I advise to only eat one slice of banana bread per serving. You can test for yourself how you react to ripe bananas. If you tolerate them well, you can also have two slices of banana bread per serving.
This yoghurt bread is a real refreshing snack. The blueberries give the yoghurt bread a delicious sweet flavour.
This snack is slightly sweeter than the others, but the muffins are super gooey and tasty. And you really cannot taste that there are TWO kinds of vegetables in the muffins.
This is SO good. A healthy pumpkin cake with a frosting of lactose-free cream cheese and yoghurt. Because of the frosting this cake is slightly less convenient to freeze, but you can freeze the cake without the topping.
Because of this cake I am already looking forward to autumn and pumpkin season. I think this might be my favourite in this list of freezer friendly low FODMAP snacks, but picking a favourite is very hard ;)
Another snack with zucchini! Also in this zucchini bread you really can’t distinguish the flavour of the zucchini. It is more like eating a soft slice of chocolate cake. Man, writing this blog is making me hungry!
These lemon blueberry muffins are one of the most popular recipes on my blog. Especially through Pinterest this recipe is often found and pinned. Because of the lemon it is a refreshing summer snack!
These yoghurt bread rolls are a popular recipe from the Dutch website Personal Body Plan. I made a gluten-free, lactose-free and low FODMAP version. Another recipe that is very popular on my blog.
This is a special snack because this cake is made with plantain flour. A slightly unknown, but very good low FODMAP flour that makes perfectly gooey cakes.
A delicious healthy snack with pumpkin in it. A pumpkin bread made with pumpkin puree, pumpkin spice and maple syrup. Easy to freeze and that makes it a very handy snack to store in your freezer for busy days.
This banana bread is slightly less healthy than the other snacks. It contains sugar and oil and therefore a slice contains some more calories than the other snacks do.
But believe me, this banana bread is so good that it definitely is worth trying. Especially when it is still warm, with a thin layer of peanut butter on top, mmm.
I must say that because I am always working on new recipes, I hardly have time to make my old recipes again. But when I make lists like these I always remember how good some recipes were. I can’t wait to get back into the kitchen to bake some healthy snacks for work!
I hope I have given you some inspiration to bake low FODMAP snacks!
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