Dessert

CHOCOLATE SNAP

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Low FODMAP, Dairy free, Gluten free
We recommend consuming 1 piece of the snap per sitting (30g)

Ingredients
100g 90% dark chocolate 
12g almonds (10 crushed)
30g walnuts (10 crushed)
15g dried cranberries (1 tablespoon crushed)
15g shredded coconut (1/4 cup) 
1 tablespoon pumpkin seeds, chopped
15g linseeds
cracked himalayan salt for garnish 
Method
Line a large plate with baking paper and make room in your freezer or fridge for it. Melt chocolate in a microwave or stove top on low heat, until a runny consistency. Pour chocolate on to the baking paper and spread out evenly with the back of a spoon, until the chocolate is approximately 5mm thick. Drizzle remaining ingredients over the the chocolate and place in the freezer or fridge for 2 hours, or until completely frozen/set. 
Before serving, snap the chocolate into uneven chunks. Garnish with cracked himalayan salt, enjoy!

 

ULTRA HEALTHY CHOC SOUFFLÉ  

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Low FODMAP, Gluten free

The healthiest chocolate soufflé/pudding you will ever eat! Hot tip* we add 2 sneaky small blocks of dark (85%) chocolate after microwaving to create a sauce! Enjoy!

Ingredients
1 banana (unripe) 
2 teaspoons cacao or cocoa 
1 egg 
1/2 teaspoon vanilla essence 
Garnish - lactose free yoghurt & strawberries (walnuts if this amount of fruit cannot be tolerated).
Method
Blend ingredients in a blender under a smooth consistency. Poor into a large mug or dessert bowl. Microwave on high for 2 minutes. Garnish with lactose free yoghurt or any other low FODMAP/gluten free options. 

 

RHUBARB & RASPBERRY OAT CRUMBLE 

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Low FODMAP, Vegetarian (For a gluten free option replace oats with rice puffs)
Serves 6

Ingredients
2 cups rolled oats
1 cup walnuts, blended
2 tablespoons coconut oil
½ cup pure maple syrup
3 teaspoons stevia, powder
¼ cup coconut, shredded, dried
2 teaspoons icing sugar, for serving
150g raspberries, fresh
2 cups (260g) rhubarb
1 teaspoon olive oil, for greasing
1 cup lactose free yoghurt, for serving
 

Method

Oil a medium sized baking dish with a teaspoon of coconut oil and preheat a fan-forced oven to 180°C (200°C for conventional). Chop rhubarb into small pieces and place into a small saucepan over medium-high heat, adding the stevia and enough water to just cover the rhubarb. Simmer until soft and light pink in colouring. Watch carefully as it should take no longer than 5 minutes once simmering. Drain excess liquid from rhubarb, then spread across the bottom of the baking dish until it is all covered. Sprinkle frozen raspberries on top of the rhubarb.  

Place walnuts, oats and shredded coconut into a large mixing bowl and combine. Add coconut oil and maple syrup and rub together with fingers until small clumps form. Sprinkle the mixture on top of the raspberries and place in the oven for 40 minutes. Remove the crumble once the top is brown and crisp.

To serve, sprinkle with icing sugar and serve with lactose free yoghurt.

PLEASE NOTE: In Australia oats are not guaranteed to be gluten free. Oats can only be labelled low in gluten due to manufacturing. Replace rolled oats with quinoa flakes for a gluten free option! Consult a health professional for more information and clarification.