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rectangular shaped low fodmap fruit tart
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No-bake low FODMAP fruit tart

No-bake low FODMAP fruit tart with a homemade crust, topped with yoghurt and fresh fruit. A vegan, flourless and sugar free dessert!
Prep Time10 mins
Refrigerate30 mins
Total Time40 mins
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: Low Fodmap
Keyword: fruit tart, no-bake dessert, tart
Servings: 4 people

Ingredients

Crust

  • 3.5 oz | 100g rolled oats
  • 2.12 oz | 60g shredded coconut
  • 1.76 oz | 50g walnuts
  • 0.84 oz | 24g almonds
  • 0.53 oz | 15g dates pitted
  • 0.53 oz | 15g dried cranberries

Filling

  • 2 coconut yoghurts or lactose-free (non-vegan)
  • 3.53 oz | 100g strawberries
  • 3.53 oz | 100g grapes
  • 2.82 oz | 80g mango

Instructions

  • Place the crust ingredients in a blender or food processor and pulse until you get a moist paste.
  • Fill a 9-inch | 28cm tart pan with this crust mixture, tamping well, and refrigerate for 30 minutes (ideally 2 hours).
  • Fill in with yoghurt and top with the low FODMAP fresh fruit.

Notes

On the low FODMAP diet we can eat:
  • 1.83 oz | 52g rolled oats (fructans and GOS). The recipe has almost twice as much and is for 4 people.
  • 1.06 oz | 30g shredded coconut (sorbitol). The recipe has twice as much and is for 4 people.
  • 0.42 oz | 12g almonds (GOS). The recipe has twice as much and is for 4 people.
  • 0.28 oz | 8g dates (fructans). The recipe has almost twice as much and is for 4 people.
  • 0.53 oz | 15g dried cranberries (fructans). The recipe has the same amount.
  • 1.41 oz | 40g mango (fructose). The recipe has twice as much and is for 4 people.
Making the calculations, the recommended dose is 1/4 of the recipe. Cut the pie in 8 slices and you'll be able to eat 2 slices without any problems.