The thing I like best about this recipe is the fact that they are at least as good as, if not better than, standard sugar cookies. The dough handles beautifully. The results are sweet and crispy. And the cookies stay fresh for days, so you can make them ahead of time.
Pies and holidays go together, right? Good low-FODMAP pies are hard to find, and I have a winner here for you today. Pecan pie is a good candidate for modification because it has only one crust and does not have fruit or milk in it to make the crust soggy. Nuts and sugar, while suitable for low FODMAP diets, should be portion controlled. Savor a sliver of this pie but don’t get carried away, or else your low-FODMAP pie will hit you with a big load of FODMAPs.