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!
We have dozens of version of chocolate chip and chocolate chunk cookies and these are one of our absolute faves! The hearty flavor of buckwheat offset with the sweetness of brown sugar, rich dark chocolate and a sprinkling of salt is a hard combination to beat.
Our basic recipe for Easy Chocolate Cake, which is gluten-free, is brushed with Low FODMAP Coffee Liqueur, filled and frosted with Espresso Buttercream and the sides are covered with toffee bits and miniature chocolate chips.
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Chocolate truffles can be made at home! This is a simple recipe that anyone can make. Just get ready to get your hands a bit dirty – but the “dirt” is cocoa and chocolate, so don’t worry!
Get the Dark Chocolate Truffle recipe.
This recipe for dark chocolate truffles is a bit more involved than our Low FODMAP Dark Chocolate Truffles. These have an extra step of being dipped in tempered chocolate, which gives them a delicate chocolate shell.
Get the Chocolate Dipped Truffle recipe.
Café Angelina in Paris is world renowned for their rich hot chocolate. We have recreated it in a lactose-free and low FODMAP version just for you. This is rich, rich, rich. Watch your portions.
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What is better than crème brûlée? Chocolate crème brûlée! Smooth, creamy, lightly chocolatey with a crisp caramelized sugar crust. Get out the propane or butane torch!
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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, and of course low FODMAP.
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Chocolate for breakfast ? Why not? These double chocolate muffins work for breakfast, brunch or a snack. Great for bake sales.
You can have cheesecake on the low FODMAP diet – and it can be lactose-free! We have several cheesecake recipes, from cakes to brownies. This one features a crisp chocolate crust and a creamy, chocolate NY-style cheesecake filling.
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Biscotti are twice-baked cookies and just perfect alongside your favorite hot beverage. These are studded with hazelnuts and chocolate chips.
We have several brownie recipes, but this one was the first. Consider it the mothership of all brownie recipes. Rich, moist – and we show you how you can make one batch with half nuts, and half without.
Sometimes you want brownies, but are short on time – and are not a fan of clean-up. We have several one-bowl baking recipes for you and these brownies are always a hit.
One batter bakes up with a cake-like top and pudding down below. Serve warm and top with lactose-free vanilla ice cream for a homespun dessert.
Rich and buttery like a proper shortbread, but these are also rich with cocoa and studded with chocolate chips.
Our gluten-free chocolate cupcakes are perfect for so many occasions. Top with vanilla frosting – or your favorite flavor!
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Okay we know that red velvet is just a tad bit chocolaty, but it deserves a home in this list. Our version features classic, old-fashioned cooked vanilla frosting.
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Vegans need their chocolate desserts too, and these chocolate chunk cookies are as rich and chewy as they look. A tiny bit of Maldon salt on top is a lovely, optional touch.
Everyone needs a simple, classic chocolate and nut studded blondie in their repertoire and this gluten-free, low FODMAP version is easy, moist and perfect for lunch boxes, bake sales or parties.
This chocolate pudding happens to be vegan; you can serve with or without a bit of coconut whipped cream. We strongly suggest you try it warm!
We have several version of flourless chocolate cakes. This one has raspberries embedded within a truffle like cake, which is then glazed with dark chocolate ganache. You can make this in an 8-inch (20 cm) round cake pan, too.
We have eaten these pancakes for breakfast, brunch and dessert and every time we serve them, folks are WOWed. Lactose-free vanilla ice cream and salted caramel sauce on top makes these pancakes sing!
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You do need a heart shaped waffle-maker for these cute waffles, but you can of course use a regular waffle maker. But just think about this: chocolate waffles sandwiches around lactose-free vanilla ice cream. Whatever shape they are in, YES PLEASE!
Get the Dark Chocolate Waffles recipe.
This is possibly the richest quick bread you have ever had! Chocolate, coconut and banana all in one loaf! Watch your portions.
These milk chocolate chunk cookies were first made in our bakery oh, so many years ago. Milk chocolate, toasted pecans and fresh orange zest in a buttery brown sugar cookie dough. These might become your new favorite chocolate chunk cookie.
We know the title is a mouthful but we wanted you to get the gist of what you have in store: a brown sugar butter dough with whiskey in the batter along with espresso powder and chocolate chunks. The drizzle on top is a whiskey enhanced caramel sauce, topped with large flaked salt.
This chocolate cake made with Guinness has become a bit of a cult fave in our community. Originally developed for St. Patrick’s Day, we know you will enjoy it year round.
Another of our super popular flourless chocolate cakes, this one has a shiny chocolate glaze and an optional smattering of edible gold.
We first made these cookies at our bakery in the 80s and they have been popular ever since. The originals were not gluten-free; these are and like the first version, filled with dark, milk and white chocolate.
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We love bananas and chocolate together and these muffins are a community favorite. The dome up nicely, have a very tender crumb, perfectly balanced banana flavor and are studded with miniature chocolate morsels.
This pie is fancy and homespun all at the same time. A crisp chocolate pie crust, a creamy peanut butter pudding-like filling and a dark chocolate ganache topping.
Chocolate and whiskey add layers of flavor and texture to this pecan pie in a gluten-free crust.
Get the Chocolate Pecan Pie recipe.
Need a basic chocolate cake that is low FODMAP, gluten-free, easy to make – and just happens to be vegan? This is it! You can make round layer cakes, an oblong snack cake, or turn it into cupcakes.
Get the Easy Chocolate Cake recipe.
Sweet/tart chewy dried cranberries and bits off 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.
Cocoa, cinnamon, chipotle and cayenne give this chocolate cake a little warmth and zing. The cake is gluten-free and based on oil, so it stays moist and soft for days. Those are maple leaves, by the way. You can use anything for a stencil, but the confectioners’ sugar decoration is optional.
Adults and kids alike love popsicles and we have several recipes for you. These feature a banana pop made with coconut milk – and then you dip them in chocolate!
Sometimes we want a classic chocolate chip cookie – and other times we want something a bit more one the top. These have s’more ingredients – graham crackers, chocolate and marshmallows. All low FODMAP, and gluten-free, too!
You do need a special doughnut pan for these baked doughnuts, but once you have it, and once you see how easy it is to make doughnuts, you will be using it often! We have a basic baked doughnut recipe for you, too.
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Mini cupcakes offer portion control! Here you get to have an adorable, tiny chocolate cupcake with a rich chocolate ganache swirl on top.
Granola can be a breakfast or snack in a bowl with yogurt or low FODMAP milk – or eat out-of-hand as a dry crunchy treat. We have several recipes, and this one features chocolate and almonds.
The picture says it all. A chocolate cake made in a decorative pan with a chocolate glaze and a sprinkling of crushed candy canes! Perfect for winter holidays, but we also think chocolate and peppermint is a year-round flavor combo.
Peppermint bark with dark and white chocolate and crunchy peppermint candy can be purchased at fancy gourmet stores – for a pretty penny! Our version is so easy to make, and makes great host gifts.
This classic sauce hardens when it hits the cold ice cream. We love the contrast in textures between the sauce and the ice cream.
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!
No time? No excuses! We have super quick and simple one-bowl baking recipes for you. This one featuring hearty rolled oats and chocolate chips.
We know you cookie dough lovers are out there! These gluten-free low FODMAP bars are going to thrill you! We’ve added coconut and chocolate to mix for extra flavor and texture.
Another beloved cookie that we used to make at our bakery. A classic brown sugar and butter base, filled with white chocolate and hazelnuts – and real espresso in the batter. An elegant chocolate chunk cookie.
No need to decide whether you are in the mood for dark or white chocolate. These brownies have both!
Hot cocoa and hot chocolate are not the same thing – but of course we have recipes for both for you. This is our Hot Cocoa and it is lactose-free and low FODMAP.
Get the Low FODMAP Hot Cocoa recipe.
Our site features several macaroon recipes for you – this one is rich and chocolaty. Perfect for coconut lovers – and we always make them for Passover.
Make these in the summer when fresh mint is in abundance. These chocolate chunk cookies are accented with fresh mint in the batter for an unexpected surprise!
These cookies have fantastic flavor with peanut butter and chocolate chunks, but the addition of the chewy texture really makes them special.
Looking for a chocolate cake to serve a crowd? This sheet cake, studded with nuts, and with a glossy icing, is absolutely the perfect choice!
This is a crispy chocolate chip cookie crust. Yes, you read that right! The rich chocolate pudding is the filling and on top is an espresso flavored whipped cream. O.M.G.
Peanut butter and chocolate are a classic combo and Buckeyes are a classic treat! Our version is low FODMAP, gluten-free and lactose-free!
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Rice crispy treats lend themselves to variations and this one is based upon the old-fashioned Chunky candy bar that combined chocolate, peanuts and raisins. Easy enough to make with the kids.
These Boston Cream Cupcakes are a combination of three of our basic recipes: white cake, pastry cream and ganache. Together they are more than a sum of their parts. We show you how to easily get the pastry cream inside:)
We grew up in NYC in the 70s and “Blackout cake” was a favorite. This version is just as rich, but it is lactose-free and gluten-free. The filling and frosting is actually an easy-to-make pudding, and the exterior is covered with cake crumbs. No cake decorating experience necessary.
Get the Low FODMAP Blackout Cake recipe.
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.
One of our many uber-popular “s’more” recipes, this one based on our chocolate cupcakes. Anytime we get to torch something in the kitchen is a fun time!
Low FODMAP, gluten-free graham crackers, cinnamon and pecans are finely ground for a crisp pat-in crust. Get out your loose-bottom tart pan for this one. The filling is a silky-smooth chocolate ganache enhanced with espresso.
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.
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Part dessert, part beverage, this coffee/chocolate combo (hence “mocha”) is a refreshing icy cold drink. You can make it without the vodka, too! PS: vodka is low FODMAP in 30 ml servings.
No ice cream maker needed for this minty, chocolatey, frozen dessert formed in a loaf pan.
Low FODMAP fudge? Yup! And this one is easy to make and features rocky road ingredients: chocolate, nuts and marshmallows. 10 minutes prep with a 2 hour rest in the fridge. Be patient! It’s worth it. These fudge squares pack well and make great care package treats.
This recipe hails from our days as bakery owners. The day was not complete without a batch of Cream Cheese Brownies. A dense, rich dark chocolate brownie base is topped with a vanilla cream cheese and chocolate swirl. Easy to make. We love these ice cold; try it! Also check out our other versions: Espresso; PB&J and Pumpkin Swirl.
Happy Birthday! It is someone’s birthday today and this giant gluten-free, low FODMAP chocolate chip cookie – with loads of sprinkles – is always a hit. Perfect for toting to school or office.
You said “gimme some more”, so we have! We have several “s’more” recipes for you, including these brownies, which can be made in one bowl. Low FODMAP graham crackers for crunch, soft, sweet marshmallows – and chocolate!
Whether you call these chocolate, peanut butter and cocoa covered Chex squares “Muddy Buddies” or “Puppy Chow” (not for dogs, BTW), they are a crunchy, chocolatey snack that is easy to make.
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This brownie recipe is a bit different. It begins with toasting almond flour and coconut and the results are a moist brownie unlike any other. You have to give these a try!
Classic Pavlova is an egg white concoction. A sweet crisp and chewy meringue served with fruit and whipped cream. We have a few other versions, too, but this one has chocolate marbled into the meringue for a stunning visual effect as well as a delicious result.
We have been making Truffle Bombs for years and our approach is a bit different from others – but easier! And with the best tasting results. Once your “bombs” are made, you can have rich, thick hot chocolate in about a minute!
You do need an ice cream maker for this sorbet, which combines coconut milk and bittersweet chocolate. Toasted coconut flakes on top are a nice finisher.
This tart has a crisp chocolate crust, a rich chocolate ganache filling (like a smooth truffle!) and a salted caramel sauce. For Halloween we dye it red, but it is just as tasty without that colorful embellishment.
These no-bake cookie-like confections are a winter holiday favorite, but if you like easy sweet recipes that feature chocolate and whiskey, why wait! They begin with finely ground purchased cookies and come together in less than 30 minutes. That said, the flavor improves if sealed in an airtight container for a few days, or even a week, so plan accordingly.
This cookie was inspired by a beloved Starbucks order combining peppermint, chocolate and coffee (mocha), here in cookie form! They might only offer the drink around Christmas, but we say this flavor trio is fantastic any day of the year. BTW, did you know that we have an article that shows you what drinks are low FODMAP at Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts? Check it out here!
Everyone loves a crinkle cookie and our gluten-free version shows you how to make easy variations: Chocolate Orange, Chocolate Cinnamon, Chocolate Peppermint, Chocolate Spice and Chocolate Molasses.
Hot beverages soothe the soul – and make it chocolate and you have a guaranteed winner! This one adds peppermint to the mix for a perfect winter treat.
How do you like your chocolate frosting? Slathered on a chocolate cake? White cake? Yellow cake? We’ve got all of the basic recipes – all gluten-free – and this creamy chocolate frosting will thrill you on cupcakes, too.
We love playing with the idea of chocolate chip cookies – here we have made the batter rich and chocolatey, and then added crushed peppermint candies and chocolate chips to the batter for a popular flavor combo treat.
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