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LOW Fodmap Chocolate-Chip Cupcake Recipe

January 27, 2018

 

I've recently been advised by the dietitian to start the low fodmap diet, and quite honestly I have been rather overwhelmed!

 

You can eat a banana, but only one which is a little firm - not ripe. You can have chocolate (yay) but it's limited to X amount of pieces dependent on whether it's milk, white or dark. Apples are completely off the cards. The list goes on.

 

Anyway. As a baker, and lover of all things sweet and delicious, I was a little worried about how I might get my sugar fix. Luckily, there is hope for us yet. 

 

 Have you ever tried making low fodmap cupcakes/very mini muffins!? If you need some inspiration, please look no further...

Ingredients 

200g rice flour 

40g almond meal

120g sugar (I use a mix of brown and white)

60g melted butter (recommend a butter alternative)

1 egg

125ml lacto-free milk

1 tsp baking powder

Drop of vanilla essence 

Mix milk chocolate and white chocolate chips

 

Method

Pre-heat the oven to 180oc. Line a baking tray with cupcake cases. (If you use larger muffin cases these will just take longer to cook). Mix the sugar and flour together and set aside. 

 

In a separate bowl, whisk the egg and milk alternative together. Melt the butter alternative in the microwave - I always find this far easier and quicker :)

 

Combine all ingredients with the flour and sugar mix and stir in the chocolate chips. 

 

Spoon all ingredients into the cases and pop into the oven for around 12-15 minutes or until golden brown on top. 

 

Top-tip: Don't open the oven in the middle of the bake. Your cupcakes will likely deflate and go flat if you do! 

 

Enjoy X

 

 

 

 

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