24 Easy Low FODMAP Snacks You Can Make At Home

Let’s face it, sometimes we all crave a crunchy snack, but store-bought potato chips aren’t always the healthiest option. That’s why we’ve gathered 24 delicious and nutritious recipes for you to try at home.

Soft, Chewy Granola Bars

These are nothing like the pre-packaged snack bars that you buy at the store. These Soft, Chewy Granola Bars are a little more like a bakery-style treat, yet they can be made ahead, frozen, and grabbed as you are running to the gym. Get ready for a bar packed with dried cranberries, nuts, seeds, and coconut. Get the recipe for Soft, Chewy Granola Bars.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Energy Balls

Need a mid-day pick me up? Yearning for a bit of a treat? Look no further than these Chocolate Peanut Butter Energy Balls. Peanut butter, oats, PB and chocolate. Fun to make with the kids. Get the recipe for Chocolate Peanut Butter Energy Balls.

Overnight Oats & Chia

Soaking oats and chia seeds overnight with an alt milk, like almond or coconut, creates a fantastic base for all kinds of fruit, dried fruit, nuts and seed add-ins. The chia adds extra fiber, protein, iron, calcium, magnesium and zinc and are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids. This recipe will keep you sated for hours. We love it for breakfast, or as a snack. Get the recipe.

Cold Brew Latte Pops With Crushed Chocolate Covered Espresso Beans

Cold brew is not just for drinking! On a hot day, when you need a pick me up in the middle of the afternoon, nothing satisfies like these coffee flavored popsicles. Crushed chocolate covered espresso beans are added for extra coffee value. Get the recipe for Cold Brew Latte Pops.

Pumpkin Cranberry Oat Breakfast Cookies

Cookies for breakfast? You bet, and we actually have several breakfast cookie recipes for you – and every single one make a fantastic take-along snack. This one is based on fiber-rich oats, canned pumpkin, and sweet/tart dried cranberries. The pumpkin seeds add color and crunch. Get the recipe for Pumpkin Cranberry Oat Breakfast Cookies.

Birthday Cake Bliss Balls

Energy Bites, Bliss Balls, whatever you call them, these no-bake treats are easy and fun to make. Kids learn how to read a recipe, measure ingredients, and get to use their hands and “play” with their food. And Rainbow sprinkles make everyone happy! Get the recipe for Birthday Cake Bliss Balls.

High Protein Peanut Butter Muffins

These muffins contain peanut butter, banana, eggs, chia, hemp, flax seed, oats, and no additional fat! See the Tips at the end of the recipe for a vegan option. Also, these are one of those recipes that are “ugly”, but good. Not much to look at, but very tasty; don’t overlook them! Make a big batch and put them in a zip-top bag in the freezer after cooling; that way you can grab one as needed. Get the recipe for High Protein Peanut Butter Muffins.

Loaded Kale Chips

Kale chips are a great snack but can be quite pricey at the store. We show you how to make them at home – and this version is loaded with flavor. Get the recipe for Loaded Kale Chips.

Homemade Chex Mix

Dump and mix! A gluten-free combo of Rice Chex with pretzels and nuts, garlic-infused oil, Worcestershire Sauce, melted butter, and optional cayenne. Get the recipe for Homemade Chex Mix.

Muddy Buddies aka Puppy Chow

Before anyone writes us, we know that chocolate is not okay for dogs. And, this recipe is for humans, not dogs. It is a chocolaty cereal snack affectionately known as “Puppy Chow”, because it sort of looks like dog food. Anyway, human’s love it. Looking for something chocolatey and crunchy and sweet? This is your treat. Get the recipe for Muddy Buddies aka Puppy Chow.

Cranberry White Chocolate Energy Balls

Sweet/tart chewy dried cranberries and bits of white chocolate are nestled within a fiber-rich oat base. Peanut butter holds everything together. You could use maple syrup to sweeten, but we like rice syrup, which is low FODMAP and not as sweet. Get the Cranberry White Chocolate Energy Balls recipe.

PB&J Cream Cheese Brownies

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PB&J Cream Cheese Brownies. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

We took our classic Cream Cheese Brownie recipe and added peanut butter to the cheesecake batter and swirled in strawberry jam. Rich, easier to make than they look, freeze well, and always a crowd pleaser. Click here for the PB&J Cream Cheese Brownies recipe.

Low FODMAP Mocha Espresso Power Balls

Whether you call them energy balls, bliss balls or power balls, these treats are easy to make treats that you can take along on the go. You gotta love coffee for this version – the espresso flavor is pronounced – and they have chocolate covered espresso beans in them for a big caffeine boost. Get the Low FODMAP Mocha Espresso Power Balls recipe.

Chunky Rice Krispie Treats

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Chunky Rice Krispie Treats. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

These are an ode to the Chunky candy bar, that combines chocolate, peanuts and raisins. Here we have combined these ingredients, in low FODMAP portions, with Rice Krispies, peanut butter, maple syrup and coconut oil and made a decadent snack! Sort of fancy, kind of homestyle at the same time, and easy to make! (The original candy bar features milk chocolate; I chose to use dark, but you can use milk). Click here for the Chunky Rice Krispie Treats recipe.

Trail Mix Energy Balls

Nuts, “granola” ingredients and chocolate candies, all the ingredients of trail mix, in a convenient to carry ball form. Pop a couple in your mouth for a burst of energy. Get the recipe for Trail Mix Energy Balls.

One-Bowl Peanut Butter Cookies

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One-Bowl Peanut Butter Cookies. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

These gluten-free One-Bowl Peanut Butter Cookies call for 3-ingredients and I once made them on live TV in 17 seconds. Peanut butter (1), sugar (2) and an egg (3) and you’ve got cookies! Click here for the One-Bowl Peanut Butter Cookies recipe.

Almond Joy Energy Bites

If you are an Almond Joy candy bar fan, you will love this treat. Sweet, chewy coconut and loads of dark chocolate, along with fiber-rich oats and high protein peanut butter come together in this easy-to-make snack. Get the recipe for Almond Joy Energy Bites.

Coconut Water Fresh Fruit Popsicles

Clear coconut water, with a hint of coconut flavor, packed with fresh fruit make the most refreshing popsicles you have ever had! Get the recipe for Coconut Water Fresh Fruit Popsicles.


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Buckeyes. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

Just like the old-fashioned classics, these easy-to-make candies combine peanut butter, butter, confectioners’ sugar and chocolate. Click here for the Buckeyes recipe.

Everyday Green Smoothie

There are many recipes for green smoothies, but we think ours is the best! The combination of tender spinach and cucumber, kiwi and green grapes balances sweet and tarte perfectly. Get the recipe for Everyday Green Smoothie.

Maple Pumpkin Spice Granola with Pecans

We love to have granola around for breakfast, to use as a topping for lactose-free yogurt and to eat out of hand as a snack. Hopefully the recipe title Maple Pumpkin Spice Granola with Pecans caught your eye; and we have several other granola recipes for you too, including chocolate granola! Get the recipe for Maple Pumpkin Spice Granola.

Mocha Banana Smoothie

Chia seeds and cocoa, with coffee and banana make a great Low FODMAP smoothie.Chia seeds and cocoa, with coffee and banana make a great Low FODMAP smoothie.
Mocha Banana Smoothie. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

Mocha is the very popular combination of coffee and chocolate, created here with brewed coffee and natural cocoa powder. Frozen banana lends sweetness and body, and peanut butter provides protein. Click here for the Mocha Banana Smoothie recipe.

Roasted Chickpeas

Roasted chickpeas are now a popular and commonly found snack – and you can make them at home with all sorts of flavorings; we give you several variations, such as Cinnamon Sugar, BBQ, Taco, and Chili Lime Get the recipe for Roasted Chickpeas.

Lactose-Free Strawberry Yogurt Granola Popsicles

Popsicles for breakfast or a mid-day snack? When they are a combination of yogurt, fruit, and granola, we say why not? You will need a popsicle mold for this recipe. Get the recipe for Lactose-Free Strawberry Yogurt Granola Popsicles.

6 Rich And Fudgy Brownies That Will Make You Want To Lick The Bowl

Nutella Brownie. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

In our opinion, you can never have enough brownie recipes. We have gathered our top 6; the brownie recipes you don’t have – yet. And you do need them; trust us. Nutella. Peppermint. Toasted almond & Coconut. S’Mores. PB & J – and even a super quick One-Bowl Brownie. Get ready to be inspired. Click for 6 Rich And Fudgy Brownies That Will Make You Want To Lick The Bowl

85 Desserts For The Chocolate Lover In Your Life

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Welcome to the largest collection of desserts for the chocolate lover in your life. Each of these are also gut-friendly so that you don’t have to worry about bloating, or a noisy belly when getting romantic! All of these desserts are gluten-free and low FODMAP! Click for 85 Desserts For The Chocolate Lover In Your Life

The Crazy Best and Easy Cookie Recipes Ever!

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Cookies – small, large, soft, chewy, crispy, chocolaty, peanut buttery, elegant, homespun, one-bowl, drop, rolled and shaped – we’ll take them all. You can never have enough cookie recipes and ours are all created in our very own Test Kitchen; these recipes work! Several can be prepped in the time it takes to preheat the oven. Click for The Crazy Best and Easy Cookie Recipes Ever!

Looking For Dairy Free Ice Cream & Frozen Desserts?

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This article will discuss the low FODMAP ice cream and frozen desserts that you can find in supermarkets and restaurants, as well as our own exclusive recipes, and will include information on dairy based as well as alt milk frozen desserts and recipes. Click here for Dairy Free Frozen Desserts Recipes.

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