These delicious low FODMAP rhubarb custard cups make the perfect dessert or snack. The tanginess of the rhubarb is balanced by the sweetness of the custard and the crunch of low FODMAP muesli. You can find my low FODMAP recipe for low FODMAP muesli here. This recipe does contain fruit, so make sure you divide it evenly into the recommended number of serves.
Note on custard: Commercially made custard is listed as high FODMAP for lactose in the Monash Low FODMAP app. You can make your own low FODMAP custard at home using custard powder and a low FODMAP milk. Avoid using instant custard powder that has milk based ingredients as these will contain higher levels of lactose (see buying tips for more info).
Buy a custard powder that does not include milk powder or whey powder. We used Edmonds Gluten Free Custard Powder which contained maize cornflour, colours (beta-carotene, riboflavin), salt and flavour.
Either choose a low FODMAP muesli or make your own at home. Or try scheduling our toasted low FODMAP muesli and or low FODMAP muesli options.
There are no gluten free tips for this recipe.
There are no dairy free tips for this recipe.
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