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Low FODMAP Oat & Raisin Cookies 

In celebration of IBS Awareness Month, here is a tasty recipe for some low FODMAP cookies. The recipe contains oats, raisins & mixed seeds all of which contain fibre. Being on the low FODMAP diet can really impact fibre intake for some people, as they are required to cut out various fruits & vegetables, so this is a great way of adding in some extra fibre to your diet. This is a nice quick & easy recipe, with a delicious result! 

Ingredients (Makes approx. 6 large cookies)*:

  • 75g wheat free / gluten free flour

  • 75g porridge oats 

  • 50g caster sugar

  • 50g raisins (Raisins are limited to 10g per portion on a low FODMAP diet, so ensure you stick to this portion size)

  • 50g butter

  • 2 tablespoons golden syrup

  • 30ml lactose-free milk

  • A handful of mixed seeds 

Method:

  • Turn your oven onto 180 degrees centigrade to heat up

  • Line a baking tray with baking parchment

  • Combine the dry ingredients; flour, sugar, oats & raisins and mix

  • Melt the butter, golden syrup & milk over a medium heat on the hob 

  • Combine the dry & wet ingredients 

  • Split the mixture into 6 balls for larger cookies or 8-10 balls for smaller cookies and space out on the baking tray

  • Sprinkle the balls with mixed seeds 

  • Place into the oven approximately 10-15 minutes, until golden brown

  • Leave to rest until cool... and then enjoy!

 

For a short video on how to make the recipe head to my instagram (@kpnutrition.rd).

 

For those with allergies/ intolerances/ dietary exclusions this recipe can also be easily adapted*:

  • Coeliac disease - ensure you use a gluten free flour & gluten free oats 

  • Dairy allergy - swap to a dairy free butter & a dairy free milk such as soya milk or almond milk

  • As being wheat free and low lactose is part of the low FODMAP diet, this recipe is already suitable for someone with a wheat intolerance or a lactose intolerance. 

 

For those not following a low FODMAP diet, feel free to use plain flour and cows milk in the recipe. 

*Always check food labels for allergens before using ingredients. 

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