This Low FODMAP Millet Chocolate Pudding is a recipe that a group member, Małgorzata Wisłocka, from my Facebook Polish low FODMAP recipe group ‘przepisy low FODMAP po polsku’ shared with us. I just tweaked it a bit, for example by taking away one of her ingredients – peanut butter.
After blending all of the ingredients, this millet chocolate pudding is nice and creamy. It is also full of chocolateness from the cocoa powder and sweetness coming from the maple syrup.
This millet chocolate pudding is:
– gluten free
– lactose free
– with no added sugar, which is replaced with a maple syrup.
– if you don’t like cow’s milk or you are a vegan, you can simply replace the lactose free cow’s milk with a low FODMAP plant based milk of your choice, for example a rice milk.
If you use a soya milk, just remember that certain types of soya milk are restricted in terms of suitable quantity. The best is to refer to the Monash University app. You need to pay for it, but afterwards you can always be sure to be gettting an up-to-date information. It is because the app has a regular updates, with the latest research.
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This recipe has been approved by a Low FODMAP dietitian, Evelyn Toner. Find interesting articles about Nutrition, IBS and FODMAP on her blog.
Ingredients for 4 servings of a Low FODMAP Millet Chocolate Pudding:
1 cup cooked millet, 174 g
1/2 cup 2% lactose free milk, 125 ml
1/2 medium banana
2 tbsp. cocoa powder, 14 g
2 tbsp. maple syrup
Instructions to make a Low FODMAP Millet Chocolate Pudding:
Place all of the ingredients in the blender and blitz.
Pour the chocolate mixture into a nice, decorative bowls and let set in the fridge.
Decorate with a low FODMAP fruit of your choice, for example blueberries and serve.
Low FODMAP Millet Chocolate Pudding
- 174 g Cooked millet
- 125 ml 2% lactose free milk
- 1/2 medium banana
- 14 g cocoa powder
- 2 tbsp maple syrup
- Place all of the ingredients in the blender and blitz.
- Pour the chocolate mixture into a nice, decorative bowls and let set in the fridge.
- Decorate with a Low FODMAP fruit of your choice, for example blueberries.Enjoy!
If you are looking for more Low FODMAP diet recipes for desserts and cakes, go here.
Nutritional Facts for 1 of 4 servings of this Millet Chocolate Pudding:
24.4 g Carbs
3.6 g Protein
1 g Fat
If you are looking for a Polish version of this recipe, go to my Przepisy Low FODMAP blog!