50+ Stress Free Crowd Pleasing Low FODMAP Desserts For Your Next Gathering


Hey fellow sweet-tooth enthusiasts! Don’t you just adore having a stash of crowd-pleasing dessert recipes up your sleeve? We’ve rummaged through our recipe box and guess what? We’ve got some delightful treats to share!

Dive into the world of gooey chocolate chunk cookies, mouth-watering fruit pies, tantalizing berry tarts, and oh-so-flaky crostatas. And if you’re in a hurry, we’ve got desserts that’ll be ready by the time your oven dings! But wait, there’s more – ever tried S’Mores in the form of cookies, brownies, or even cupcakes? Well, you’re in for a treat!

What is your favorite dessert to bring to a party?

Gluten-Free S’Mores Chocolate Chunk Cookies

You don’t need a campfire to have s’mores. This recipe combines gluten-free graham crackers, marshmallows, and chocolate to bring you the classic summer treat in a cookie form that you can whip up in your home oven. Get the recipe for Gluten-Free S’Mores Chocolate Chunk Cookies.

Chunky Rice Krispie Treats

These are an ode to the Chunky candy bar, that combines chocolate, peanuts, and raisins. Here we have combined these ingredients 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). Get the recipe for Chunky Rice Krispie Treats.

3-Ingredient Gluten-Free S’Mores

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3-Ingredient Gluten-Free S’Mores. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

S’Mores are a classic American combo of graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows. Thankfully, we have come up with a quick n’ easy version that is not only gluten-free, but you can make it in your kitchen – no campfire required. Our S’Mores are FAST enough to assemble and cook, to make when the desire strikes! Almost instant gratification. Get the recipe for 3-Ingredient Gluten-Free S’Mores.

Hazelnut Shortcake With Berries

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Hazelnut Shortcake With Berries. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

This shortcake features one large hazelnut filled shortcake topping with fresh berries that have been folded together with caramel sauce. Pass the whipped cream for an unusual dessert. Get the recipe for Hazelnut Shortcake With Berries.

Gluten-Free Blueberry Pie

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Gluten-Free Blueberry Pie. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

Looking for a classic double crusted blueberry pie? In a flaky buttery crust? That just happens to be gluten-free? This is the one! Get the recipe for Gluten-Free Blueberry Pie. 

Cornmeal Berry Snack Cake

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Cornmeal Berry Snack Cake. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

This snack cake could not be easier to whip up, no mixer needed. Sort of like a sweet cornbread – half bread, half cake -buttery, soft and studded with raspberries and blueberries. You can prep the batter in the time it takes the oven to preheat. We love this for breakfast or brunch, but it makes a great snack mid-day, too. Get the recipe for Cornmeal Berry Snack Cake.

The Berries Pie

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The Berries Pie. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

We are blueberry pie fans, but the first time we tasted this pie that combines blueberries, raspberries and strawberries, a new craving was born! Encased in a flaky crust, this pie tastes like summer. Get the recipe for The Berries Pie.

Berry Terrine

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Berry Terrine. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

This low calorie dessert is simply spectacular to behold. Glistening red gelatin is jam packed with fresh berries and molded in a loaf pan. A refreshing dessert or snack on a hot day. Get the recipe for Berry Terrine. 

Fresh Mint Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Fresh Mint Chocolate Chunk Cookies. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

Mint and chocolate are a classic combo, but fresh mint? YES! Fresh mint leaves are infused into the batter creating the freshest and minty-est chocolate chunk cookie ever. Get the recipe for Fresh Mint Chocolate Chunk Cookies.

Peach Blueberry Crostata

Blueberries and peaches go beautifully together and here they are nestled in a slightly sweet cristata crust. Easier to make them a pie or a formal tart, you simply roll out a disc of pastry dough and fold the edges up over the fresh fruit. Get the recipe for Peach Blueberry Crostata.

Mixed Berry Slab Pavlova

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 Mixed Berry Slab Pavlova. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

Looking for a berry filled dessert to feed a crowd? This is the one to choose! A variety of berries, crisp, sweet meringue, and whip cream folded together with yogurt. The slight Thang of the cream mixture works beautifully with the sweetness of the berries. Get the recipe for Mixed Berry Slab Pavlova.

S’Mores Cupcakes

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S’Mores Cupcakes. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

Classic s’mores ingredients brought together in a cupcake. Moist chocolate cake batter baked right on top of a graham cracker crust form the base of these cupcakes, which are then topped with creamy marshmallow fluff (toasted with a torch), more graham crackers and chunks of chocolate. Get the recipe for S’Mores Cupcakes.

Crumb Topped Berry Slab Pie

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Crumb Topped Berry Slab Pie. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

A slab pie is a great way to feed a crowd and this one features a gluten-free crust, strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries, and has a buttery, cinnamon-enhanced brown sugar crumb topping. Get the recipe for Crumb Topped Berry Slab Pie.

PB & J Cream Cheese Brownies

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

That quintessential beloved combo of peanut butter and jelly – in a cheesecake brownie. All of your favorite flavors and textures in one recipe. Get the recipe for PB & J Cream Cheese Brownies.

Fresh Blueberry Pie

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Fresh Blueberry Pie. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®,

What is Fresh Blueberry Pie? A pie that is so blueberry-y that it is practically incomprehensible. It is made by cooking blueberries on top of the stove until they are jammy, and then folding in fresh blueberries and the whole shebang is poured into a flaky, pre-baked crust. Get the recipe for Fresh Blueberry Pie.

Toasted Almond Coconut Fudge Brownies

Toasted Almond Coconut Fudge Brownies. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

Toasting the almond flour and coconut before it is incorporated into the batter creates a moist, rich brownie like no other. Get the recipe for Toasted Almond Coconut Fudge Brownies.

Fresh Strawberry Tart

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Fresh Strawberry Tart. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

If you love fresh strawberries and want to make a dessert, look no further. These berries are kept fresh and nestled in a buttery crust. The glaze is made from additional puréed and strained berries. It’s strawberries maximized! Get the recipe for Fresh Strawberry Tart.

One-Bowl Brownies

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One-Bowl Brownies. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

Short on time, but need brownies? Our one-bowl recipe is quick, easy and yields a great result. Less clean-up, too. Get the recipe for One-Bowl Brownies.

One-Bowl S’Mores Brownies

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S’Mores Brownies. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

Brownies, but better! These have a later of graham crackers, marshmallows, and chocolate. S’Mores flavors, but no need to be outdoors in front of a campfire. Get the recipe for S’Mores Brownies. 

Sour Cream Blueberry Bundt Cake

This blueberry Bundt cake is incredibly moist due to the inclusion of sour cream. Baked in a Bundt pan, it is perfect four brunch, big sales, anytime you want to feed a crowd. Gluten-free too! Get the recipe for Sour Cream Blueberry Bundt Cake.

Strawberry Rhubarb Cobbler 

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Strawberry Rhubarb Cobbler. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

Cobblers are an easy dessert to make, especially when they are the kind that feature a drop-biscuits style topping, such as this one. The sweet juicy strawberries, and sweet and tart rhubarb are a classic combination, which works quite well with the buttery and rich cobbler topping. We freeze bags of fresh rhubarb so we can make this dish any time of year. Get the recipe for Strawberry Rhubarb Cobbler.

Strawberry Pavlova  

Crisp sugary meringue layered with strawberries and whipped cream create this classic dessert. Get the recipe for Strawberry Pavlova.

Vegan Red, White And Blue Popsicles

Few foods are more fun or tastier than our Vegan Red, White & Blue Popsicles – low FODMAP, too – and they are easy to make at home. You do need a popsicle mold, and they are not all created equal; more on that in the recipe. Get ready for a strawberry layer, a dairy-free coconut layer and a blueberry layer. These pops are sweet, but not-too-sweet, and happen to be vegan! Get the recipe for Vegan Red, White And Blue Popsicles.

Dairy-Free Strawberry Coconut Meringue Cake

This cake is gluten-free as well as low FODMAP and dairy free! Layers of crisp meringue with coconut whipped cream, coconut chips and fresh strawberries make this special occasion cake one to look forward to. Get the recipe for Dairy-Free Strawberry Coconut Meringue Cake.

Strawberry Cornmeal Yogurt Skillet Cake

This is an easy-to-make cake, baked in a skillet, with a rustic homespun texture from the cornmeal, and a slight tang from yogurt. Get the recipe for .Strawberry Cornmeal Yogurt Skillet Cake.

Strawberry Shortcake

This is classic strawberry shortcake, based on buttery, flaky biscuits. The berries are sliced and half of them are crushed to create the perfect compote to layer between the biscuits along with homemade softly whipped cream. Get the recipe for Strawberry Shortcake.

Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp

Strawberries and rhubarb are two spring fruit that have a natural affinity for one another. Here they are brought together underneath a brown sugar and oat-based crunchy crisp topping. Try this at breakfast or brunch with a dollop of unsweetened yogurt. Get the recipe for Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp.

Towering Fruit Pavlova

This statuesque dessert is best for a fancy party. Discs of crisp meringue are layered with a variety of fruit and softly whip cream. It is a bit messy to serve and doesn’t exactly look neat on the plate, but no one ever complains because it is absolutely delectable for the eyes and the palate. Get the recipe for Towering Fruit Pavlova.

New York Style Cheesecake With Strawberry Glaze

This New York style cheesecake based on cream cheese is rich and creamy, nestled on a crisp crust. It is fantastic without the strawberry glaze, but we certainly highly recommend it. Get the recipe for New York Style Cheesecake With Strawberry Glaze.

Peaches And Cream Popsicles with Raspberries

Popsicles, or “pops” are not just for kids! These Low FODMAP Peaches and Cream Popsicles with Raspberries are beloved by kids and adults alike. They feature a low FODMAP portion of yellow peaches and honey, in addition to thick vanilla yogurt. They are creamy and a little sweet, but not too sweet. And the mashed raspberries add color, texture, and flavor. I was almost going to call these “peach melba” after the famous peach and raspberry dessert, but I couldn’t resist the “peaches & cream” title. Get the recipe for Peaches And Cream Popsicles with Raspberries.

Rhubarb Raspberry Crostata

A crostata is a free-form tart and as such, they have a more casual air to them, as opposed to those made in a tart pan. For this Rhubarb Raspberry Crostata, you will need a batch of our easy Crostata & Tart Crust and a bunch of fresh rhubarb as well as fresh raspberries. The natural tartness of the rhubarb and sweetness of the raspberries work beautifully together. Get the recipe for Rhubarb Raspberry Crostata.

Cannoli Cream With Berries

If you are a cannoli fan, or even if you are not (like me) you have to try this dessert. Lightly sweetened ricotta, orange zest, and shavings of dark chocolate combine to dollop on fresh berries. Elegant and so easy you barely need a recipe. Get the recipe for Cannoli Cream With Berries.

Vegan & Low FODMAP Strawberry Peach Coconut Crisp

This gluten-free and vegan Strawberry Peach Coconut Crisp features strawberries and yellow peaches nestled under a brown sugar oat crisp topping – that happens to be made with coconut oil. Coconut flakes are added to the topping, too. With or without a dollop of lactose-free or vegan) vanilla ice cream or yogurt, this is a fantastic homestyle dessert, that also happens to be very easy to make. Get the recipe for Vegan & Low FODMAP Strawberry Peach Coconut Crisp.

Strawberry Rose Tart

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Strawberry Rose Tart. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

This tart is all about the berries – cut into little rose shapes. It is a little fiddly, as you will be making several cuts into each berry, but it is so pretty and always brings on exclamations from those lucky enough to be served this lovely tart. The base is a sweet tart crust, and the filling is a classic pastry cream. Get the recipe for Strawberry Rose Tart.

Eton Mess

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Eton Mess. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

This well-known and be loved English dessert is a combination of meringue, sweet and strawberries and whipped cream. Simple and sublime. Get the recipe for Eton Mess.

Two-Ingredient Coconut Popsicles

Vegan and dairy free, all you need is coconut milk and a little light corn syrup – and of course a popsicle mold. These frozen treats are sweet, but not too sweet, creamy, and delicious. Get the recipe for Two-Ingredient Coconut Popsicles.

Cantaloupe Lime Popsicles

Easy to make – as long as you have a Popsicle mold, which are easy to find in supermarkets, big-box stores, even dollar stores. Then, all you need is a super-ripe cantaloupe, freshly squeezed lime juice, sugar, and water. And time in the freezer. Adults and kids will love these. Get the recipe for Cantaloupe Lime Popsicles.

Chocolate Covered Banana Popsicles

Kids and adults go crazy over these popsicles. You do need a popsicle mold, but the recipe is super simple. The liquid is canned coconut milk, to which you add very ripe mash banana. The chocolate dip is also easy to make and creates a shell that crackles when you bite into the creamy frozen dessert. Get the recipe for Chocolate Covered Banana Popsicles.

Red, White & Blue Trifle

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Red, White & Blue Trifle. Photo credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

We created this trifle for the Fourth of July, but it would be welcomed at any party. The cake component is angel food cake, which by its very nature is quite sweet. We have added a little bit of plain yogurt to the whipped cream, to temper the overall sweetness. Then a strawberry compote, and a blueberry compote, are each made, and everything is layered together in a trifle bowl. A great do-ahead recipe. Get the recipe for Red, White & Blue Trifle.

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.

Lactose-Free Strawberry Yogurt Granola Popsicles

Popsicles for breakfast? 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.

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.

No Churn Vanilla Ice Cream

No ice cream maker needed. You can easily make creamy vanilla ice cream at home, more quickly, and with less equipment, than you ever imagined. Get the recipe for No Churn Vanilla Ice Cream.

Rhubarb Crumble Ice Cream        

Sweet and creamy vanilla ice cream is layered with a sweet/tart rhubarb ribbon, along with crunchy, brown sugar and oat crispy bits for an ice cream experience unlike any other. Get the recipe for Rhubarb Crumble Ice Cream.

No Churn Vanilla Ice Cream with Chocolate Covered Almonds

This super creamy and smooth vanilla ice cream is dotted with crunchy chocolate covered almonds. Divine! And you don’t need an ice cream maker! Get the recipe for No Churn Vanilla Ice Cream with Chocolate Covered Almonds.

Chocolate Shell

This is the chocolate sauce you want to turn to for your ice cream when you want that shattering texture, which is created by the addition of coconut oil. Get the recipe for Chocolate Shell.

Banana Coconut Sorbet

Banana purée and canned coconut milk combine to make a creamy, yet dairy-free and lactose-free frozen dessert. The tropics in every bite. Top with optional toasted coconut flakes. You do need an ice cream machine for this recipe. Get the recipe for Banana Coconut Sorbet.

Frozen Hot Chocolate

Sound like an oxymoron? Frozen Hot Chocolate came to fame at NYC restaurant Serendipity, which opened in 1954. Envision a slushy, chocolate drink, rich yet icy, topped with whipped cream. Our version is lactose-free. Get the recipe for Frozen Hot Chocolate.

Chocolate Coconut Sorbet

Our Chocolate Coconut Sorbet, and its partner recipe, Banana Coconut Sorbet, are both incredibly creamy, yet dairy-free being based on canned coconut milk. You do need an ice cream maker for these, but you will be rewarded with super smooth ice cream-like frozen treats. This one uses semisweet or bittersweet chocolate for the chocolate component. A 60% cacao mass chocolate is perfect. Get the recipe for Chocolate Coconut Sorbet.

Papaya Lime Sorbet

When you process sweet, ripe papaya in a food processor and use it for a sorbet, the texture is so rich and creamy you won’t believe this is dairy-free. The lime juice is a must! The acidity of the lime pair perfectly with the papaya. Get the recipe for Papaya Lime Sorbet.

Chocolate Sorbet

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Chocolate Sorbet. Photo Credit Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

This chocolate sorbet is actually richer than ice cream! With no dairy to mute the chocolate flavor, you are in for the most chocolaty, frozen dessert! Get out the ice cream machine! Get the Chocolate Sorbet recipe.

Hot Fudge Sauce

This is a classic Hot Fudge, thick and a bit chewy. Makes a great host gift and it is lactose-free as well as low FODMAP. Get the recipe for Hot Fudge Sauce.

Salted Caramel Sauce

Caramel sauce is easy to make, and salted caramel sauce bumps this up a notch. We actually like a drizzle of this AND a drizzle of Hot Fudge Sauce on our ice cream at the same time. Get the recipe for Salted Caramel Sauce.

Mocha Vodka Frappuccino

Part dessert, part beverage, this coffee/chocolate combo (hence “mocha”) is a refreshing icy cold drink. You can make it without the vodka, too! Get the Mocha Vodka Frappuccino recipe.

Mint Stracciatella Semifreddo

A semifreddo is a frozen dessert that does not require an ice cream maker. This one features fresh mint in a creamy base. Melted chocolate is drizzled onto the cold mixture and creates a crisp chocolate ribbon throughout. Get the recipe for Mint Stracciatella Semifreddo.

Easy Peasy Dinner and Dessert: 20 One-Pan, One Bowl Recipes for Busy Nights

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One-Pan Chicken with Artichokes & Olives. Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson.

We all need One-Pan, One-Bowl recipes in our repertoire, and we’ve got ‘em! From main dishes to soups, pasta, curries and desserts, these kitchen-tested recipes will get you in and out of the kitchen fast. With minimal clean-up, too! Click here for all of our One-Pan, One Bowl recipes!

36 Dishes You Didn’t Know You Could Make With Rice Noodles

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Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

Rice noodles are naturally gluten-free, but that isn’t the only reason to cook with them. They are delicious unto themselves, come in a variety of shapes, and are the noodle of choice in so many Asian-inspired recipes. But it doesn’t stop there! There are rice-based lasagna noodles, shells, manicotti, elbows…From soups to main dishes, casseroles, salads and summer rolls, we have 36 recipes for you to get you slurping with joy. Click for 36 Dishes You Didn’t Know You Could Make With Rice Noodles

30 Quick & Easy Recipes For A Happy Gut: Low FODMAP and Flavor Packed

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Photo Credit: Dédé Wilson from FODMAP Everyday®.

At FODMAP Everyday® we define “Quick” as a dish that can be on the table, ready to eat, in 30 minutes or less. “Easy” recipes have 15 minutes or less of prep time. All of these recipes are low FODMAP and free of gluten so they can be served to tender tummies too! Click for 30 Quick & Easy Recipes For A Happy Gut: Low FODMAP and Flavor Packed

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