Candida Diet Recipes
Use the free candida diet recipes on this page to help you overcome the annoying and painful symptoms of Candida.
Be sure to also look over the candida recipes for breakfast for some yummy suggestions.
If you are suffering from candida symptoms, you definitely need to get serious about a candida diet. Once you understand the basic candida diet guidelines you can take advantage of these candida diet recipes to help you stick to it.
Also, don't forget to include the natural supplements for a full candida cure as they will make all the difference to a quick and full recovery.
Candida Diet Recipe Ideas
If you are suffering from Candidiasis, you really have to avoid yeasts and yeast feeding foods. You're probably going to go crazy wanting bread.
Here are some good substitution recipes that you can make that are wheat and gluten free along with some other tasty candida diet recipes. Enjoy!
OAT BREAD RECIPE (wheat free)
Shape into a round ball, using oats to coat the dough. Cut a cross on the top and place on a baking tray. Bake for 30-40 minutes. Check to see if it is done by tapping the bottom for a hollow sound. Cool on a wire rack.
YOGURT-SODA BREAD RECIPE (wheat free)
Preheat oven to 390°F (200°C). Sift together flour and baking powder. Stir in yogurt and warm water, mixing well. Coat the mixture with more oatmeal and cover working surface with oatmeal. No kneading is necessary. Divide into two fairly flat, oval shapes, cut a cross on the top, and place on an oatmeal floured tray.
Bake in preheated oven for 30 minutes, then turn down to (180°C) for another 20 minutes. Test if it is ready by tapping the bottom – should sound hollow. Top with poppy seeds and other seeds for a really professional look.
CORN BREAD RECIPE (gluten free)
(If this tastes too strongly of soya, exchange quantities of rice and soya ie,. 1 cup brown rice flour and half a cup soya flour). This candida diet recipe has a lovely cakey texture, and makes delicious toast. Needs to be eaten within two days.
MOIST CORN BREAD RECIPE (gluten free)
WHEAT FREE OAT CAKES
Turn on to well-floured board and divide into two balls. Roll each ball into a small round and cut across it four times to make eight wedges. Roll each wedge very thinly. Place on baking sheet and bake for 30 minutes. Wedges will be slightly curved and light golden.
MILLET BUNS (gluten free)
Whisk the egg whites until stiff and fold into the mixture. Butter some bun tins and spoon mixture in, not quite to the top. Muffin tins are good for this. Bake for 25 minutes.
GLUTEN FREE PASTRY
Sprinkle the lower sheet with rice flour, place dough on it, then put a second piece of greaseproof on top and flatten with a rolling pin. When it is rolled, remove top piece of paper and carry dough to dish on bottom piece of paper. Invert dish on to it, then turn dish right way up, allowing pastry to fall into it. Push into shape.
Candida Diet Recipes For Soup
Spinach SoupSaute spinach in a skillet with olive oil and a little water and some fresh lemon juice. Scoop it into the blender and blend well. Add a little more water or lemon juice and seasonings to taste.
Broccoli and Cauliflower SoupYou can make broccoli soup or cauliflower soup, but I love the combination of the two together. Steam the broccoli and cauliflower in a vegetable steamer or just in a covered pot with an inch or two of water. Place in the blender with some butter, salt, and pepper and blend well. I sometimes like to add chicken stock or bouillon for added flavor.
Red Fish SoupSaute and blend tomatoes, onions, garlic, celery, green pepper (capsicum), and dark leafy greens. Place in a soup pot and heat well. Add mung-bean noodles. About 5 minutes before serving add your choice of fish pieces (white fish, shellfish, etc.). Heat and serve.
Red Chicken SoupSaute tomatoes, onions, garlic, green pepper (capsicum), celery, and spinach. Blend well. Pour into a soup pot and add cubed chicken and seasoning, heating well until chicken is cooked through.
Japanese SoupSave stock from steamed vegetables and place 2 quarts in a soup pot and bring to the boil. Cut up scallions, and broccoli into small pieces. Add them to the stock along with a package of mung-bean noodles. Cook for 5-10 minutes. Add spinach leaves and pieces of your favorite fish and cook another 5 minutes or so. (If you like miso, you can use 5 tablespoons in 2 quarts of water instead of the vegetable stock if you prefer.)
I hope you will really enjoy these candida diet recipes. If you've created or discovered another good one, share it with the rest of us.
To your good health!
Special Thanks to Clinical Nutritionist Sally-Ann Creed for sharing some of these candida diet recipes with us.
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