It can be hard to find recipes when you have more than one dietary requirement. As a gluten free, low FODMAP pescetarian/vegetarian, I know this as well as anyone. Which is why I wanted to write today’s roundup: vegan gluten free dessert recipes (that happen to be low FODMAP). There’s something for all tastes, and I aim to include as many dietaries as I can.
Vegan gluten free dessert recipes
These dessert recipes are all gluten free and vegan (obviously). However, they are also mostly low FODMAP and either nut free or include a nut free option. Most more niche dietary requirements are also catered to: soy free, corn free and xanthan gum free, to name a few. I aim to include as many substitutions in each recipe for everything I post, sweet or savoury.
More vegan gluten free recipes
- Low FODMAP vegan recipes
- Gluten free vegan bread recipes
- Gluten free vegan bagels without xanthan gum
- Sweet and sticky tofu
- Gluten free vegan sourdough pizza bases
Vegan gluten free chocolate mug cake
This mug cake is one of my most popular recipes (and for good reason). It’s gluten free, vegan, xanthan gum free, low FODMAP and nut free. Oh, and it’s also incredibly good.
Refined sugar free, gluten free vegan chocolate mug cake
If you’re avoiding refined sugars, this mug cakes uses a liquid sugar (like maple syrup) instead.
Gluten free vegan vanilla mug cake
Justice for vanilla lovers: this gluten free vegan vanilla mug cake is light, soft, fluffy and delicious. You can add sprinkles for a birthday cake vibe, but it’s just as delicious on it’s own.
Low FODMAP date bark bites
A low FODMAP answer to the viral date bark, these bites divide the dates out into smaller portions. Use a vegan chocolate (I like Lindt 70%) to ensure these are vegan.
Vegan gluten free sticky toffee pudding
Is there anything better than a warm sticky date pudding drizzled with butterscotch sauce? Yes. A vegan and gluten free version that is nut free, xanthan gum free and easy to make.
Gluten free vegan cinnamon rolls without yeast
I know a lot of people can’t have yeast, so I developed this recipe with those people in mind. With that said, these vegan gluten free cinnamon rolls are also just a great quick recipe. Because they don’t contain yeast, there’s no need to proof them. Simply mix, assemble, bake and eat.
Vegan gluten free chocolate cake
This vegan gluten free chocolate cake is rich, decadent and easy to make. It is nut free, xanthan gum free and contains a simple mix of two gluten free flours (white rice flour and tapioca flour). If you can’t have either of these flours, there’s a 100% buckwheat chocolate cake in my buckwheat e-book.
Gluten free vegan spiced pumpkin mug cake
One for my American friends, this delicious gluten free vegan pumpkin mug cake is as easy as it is delicious. It works with homemade or store bought pumpkin puree, too.
Stuffed Medjool dates
Do we need another recipe for stuffed dates? Always. This is a low FODMAP serve of a delicious treat that is vegan with the right chocolate (again, I like Lindt 70%).
Single serve vegan gluten free blueberry muffin
Sometimes you just want a single muffin right? This recipe is vegan, gluten free, nut free and small batch. For when a muffin craving strikes but you don’t want too many.
Vegan peanut butter truffles
These peanut butter truffles are incredibly easy to make and equally as easy to eat. I like to store them in the freezer for a little icy treat, but they do well in the fridge too.
Vegan Nutella truffles
If you’re a Nutella fan, look no further. These super easy vegan truffles use Vego spread for that delicious chocolate hazelnut flavour. They’re complex, delicious and easy to make.
Gluten free vegan blueberry muffins
A blueberry muffin is THE muffin, as far as I am concerned. This version is xanthan gum free, nut free and uses a single flour (no blends or starches required).
Vegan gluten free choc chip cookies
These easy vegan gluten free choc chip cookies are a riff on an earlier recipe I developed. They are, however, equally as delicious but far simpler to make. The cookies use a simple mix of gluten free flours that is nut free and xanthan gum free. They also use melted vegan butter so there is no mixer required.
Vegan gluten free brownie cookies
These vegan brownie cookies are rich and decadent without any nuts, starches, xanthan gum or other weird ingredients. They are one of my favourite vegan gluten free dessert recipes.
Hedgehog slice (and vegan gluten free Graham crackers)
We all love a Hedgehog slice, and this one is equally as good as the others you remember. It has the option to use store bought or homemade Graham crackers. The gluten free vegan Graham cracker recipe can be found here. I also have a recipe for vegan sweetened condensed milk.
Vegan gluten free banana bread
This vegan gluten free banana bread is a delicious and easy way to use up those ripe bananas on the bench. Obnoxious slathering of melted chocolate optional but recommended.
Flourless vegan tahini cookies
These flourless vegan tahini cookies are one of my favourite recipes to date. They taste like they require so much more effort than they do, which is always a win in my eyes. They are nut free, refined sugar free and grain free. A simple mix of tahini, maple syrup and baking powder is all that’s required!
Flourless vegan peanut butter cookies
If you can’t have sesame seeds or prefer peanut butter, look no further. These peanut butter cookies are the cousin of my aforementioned tahini cookies. Instead of tahini, they use natural peanut butter (smooth or chunky).
Chewy peanut butter bars
On the topic of peanut butter: these chewy peanut butter bars are the perfect fridge snack. They are sweetened with unrefined maple syrup or rice malt. Better yet? They use cacao butter, so no coconut oil in sight.
Vegan gluten free brownies
Because everybody deserves a good brownie.