That depends which FODMAPs you are sensitive to. The bikkies have not been officially tested for FODMAPs. However, they only contain about 10% wholemeal flour (a source of fructans). The main flours used are lupin flour and almond meal which are both high in the FODMAP “GOS”. So if you are sensitive to GOS it’s best you avoid them. The bikkies do not have added dairy except for milk found in the dark choc chips so are low in lactose. The dried fruit content is also quite low (6%) so bikkies would be relatively low in fructose (<1g).
Can I eat them if I have a wheat/gluten intolerance?
By Antigone Blazos|2020-08-11T10:54:31+00:00August 11th, 2020|0 Comments
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