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Perfect Low Histamine Dessert Options for Stay at Home when you have Mast Cell Activation Syndrome or Histamine Intolerance

I’m hearing from people with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome or Histamine Intolerance during Stay At Home. Some love being at home. Others are going stir crazy.

How about you? Are you tired of being stuck in the house?

Or are you enjoying being home?

Stay At Home Orders in Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and Histamine Intolerance

I’m definitely concerned about our economy and those unable to work right now. There is a huge downside to the Stay At Home orders.

But I am also really enjoying not having to run around a lot. I’m an introvert, myself. So I land in the enjoying being home group.

I’m loving the before/after quarantine memes where the person posts the exact same picture.

But staying at home leaves some people stressed. And when you are stressed, you may be inclined to eat more.

Are you finding you want to eat more right now? 

I’m also hearing from people that they are eating more packaged foods right now. Both because of food shortages at the store. And also, people are gravitating toward comfort foods.

But we want to really keep Mast Cell Activation and Histamine Intolerance down!

Which means many of us have to get creative on what we’re eating. And I want you to emphasize really nutritious foods right now. You want to keep your immune system up.

Did you know that sugar increases Mast Cell Activation? This reduces the innate immune response for viruses.

So, I wanted to remind you that there are a bunch of Low Histamine Dessert Recipes ready for you! They are also low lectin and lower oxalate.

Low Histamine Dessert Ingredients Perfect for Stay at Home when you have Mast Cell Activation Syndrome or Histamine Intolerance

I checked on these ingredients. As of the writing of this post, these are all available for purchase online.

These are all lower histamine, lectin, and oxalate ingredients.

Pesticide Free Pecans
Organic Pistachios
Organic Macadamias
Coconut Milk
Pure Monk Fruit Extract
Organic Better Stevia (contains alcohol)
Organic Better Stevia Glycerin (alcohol free)
Otto’s Cassava Flour

These ingredients can be used in the recipes below.

Low Histamine Dessert Recipes Perfect for Stay at Home when you have Mast Cell Activation Syndrome or Histamine Intolerance

You may not have access to all the things you normally eat. So in these strange times, we sometimes have to get creative.

Take a look through these recipes and see which ones appeal the most to you.

These are really versatile recipes too. On the Apple Crumble recipe: you can use other fruit instead. If you don’t have apples, you can make a pear crumble. Or a blueberry crumble.

Don’t have mango for mango ice cream? Try cherries. Or maybe blueberries.

No blueberries for blueberry muffins? Try raspberries, cherries, or apples.

There are a lot of options, so use what’s available. And you can still eat many healthy, low histamine foods at this time!

Here are my top dessert recipes for Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and Histamine Intolerance. I’d love to know in the comments below if you tried any and your thoughts!

Low Histamine White Chocolate Cookie Dough

Low Histamine Apple Crumble

Low Histamine Breakfast “Yogurt” Parfait

Easy Low Histamine Mango Ice Cream

Low Histamine Scones

Low Histamine Blueberry Cassava Flour Muffins

Macadamia Nut Butter

Baruka Nut Vanilla Mousse

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  1. A. Knight

    Do you recommend the use of essential oils for inflammation?

    1. Beth O'Hara

      We’re actually working on a post on essential oils to come out in a few weeks. As a sneak peak, this is one of my favorites for healthy inflammation balance:
      Or if you budget allows the organic, this is even better:

  2. Jenna

    I’m especially interested in that header photo on this page — looks like blueberry…cookies? Beside the peonies. I can’t find said recipe, but could you point me towards it? These are great – thank you!

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