I would be totally content with only having the sides and low FODMAP dessert options when it comes to the actual Thanksgiving meal. The bird for me is an optional accessory as I find it a pain more than anything. I know it’s important for completing most peoples’ holiday feast which is why we always have one! What I truly love the most about Thanksgiving is having the day off of work to be with my family and have fun. It can be a stressful day especially if you’re hosting but I try my best to see it as a luxury than a burden. My goal every year is finding ways to make the holiday season less stressful. Last year when we hosted over 30 people while I was still pregnant during my first trimester I knew I could not stomach cooking a raw turkey. Instead, I made my life easier and ordered an already cooked and ready to serve bird from Pappa’s BBQ. Not only was it DELICIOUS but it took the anxiety away from having to cook it. No one wants to be responsible for salmonella poisoning, am I right?!
But back to this super delicious crisp recipe, not only is this a great gluten-free low FODMAP dessert option but it’s probably the only fruit on the Thanksgiving table (well, I guess not if you include the cranberry sauce)! It’s all about balance right? HA! Looking for other delicious dessert options? Check out my super easy pumpkin pie recipe!
I must know what are you making this holiday season? Are you a crisp or pie person? I have to say I typically gravitate to crisps but I’ve never said no to a good pie! Either way you can’t go wrong when it comes to dessert.Print
A sweet and tangy fruit crisp that is the perfect accompaniment to any holiday meal!
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- In a medium size bowl combine the filling ingredients and pour into a sprayed 4×4 baking dish. Set aside.
- In separate bowl, mix the crisp ingredients together and pour on top of the filling.
- Bake for 45 Minutes or until golden brown and fruit is soft
Serve with FODMAP safe vanilla ice cream!
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