The Candida Diet Cookbook
The Candida Control Cookbood
Here is a page with links to all of the recipes that I will be posting for a Candida Control Diet. I will be adding to these everyday so please check back. I have also added a list of foods that are allowed on a Candida Control Diet.
Candida Under a Microscope
Candida can raise havoc on the body and one does not even know that they have it. It can cause various symptoms. There is a easy test to see if you are a Candida suffer. Take a glass of water to bed with you at night and spit in it. When you awake in the morning, look at the glass. If you see spider like legs coming off of the spit you are a likely canidate of Candida. If you are, here are some ways to help you control this epidemic growing out of control.
Candida Control Recipes
- The Candida Epidemic
This explains the Candida Epidemic, it causes, things that help and much more information on the disease.
- Allowable Foods List
Here is a list of foods that are allowed on a Candida diet. Print this out and take it with you to the store.
- Avocado Stuffed with Salmon
This is a really great cold treat.
- Beef and Cabbage
This makes a great dish, or add more liquids to make a wonderful stew.
- Best Egg Omelete
This omelet is great for anytime.
- Black Beans and Wild Rice
Known as the "spotted rooster" from Costa Rica. It easy to make and healthy for you.
- Blackened Sanpper
This is one of my favorites, try this on salmon too.
- Breads to Eat on a Candida Diet
I search high and low to find this company. They have various breads, bagels and pizza crust that you can eat on a Candida diet. They are available at you local health food store.
- Carob Soy Shake/Smoothie
This is almost sinful. Makes a great frozen treat also.
- Chicken and Egg-Drop Soup
This soup is very low in carbohydrates and the lemon gives a great flavor.
- Chicken-Kasha Soup
Roasted buckwheat is a great substitute for noodles, works perfectly in any soup.
- Chicken Nuggets
Made with almond flour, these are really good and the kids love them also.
- Chicken Stirfry
This is another great recipe with zucchini, broccoli and onions.
- Chicken Thighs with Artichokes and Almonds
Delicious marinated artichokes, rosemary, and almonds give this chicken fantastic flavor.
- Cucmber Stirfry
This dish has an unusual taste but is a great hit.
- Curry Crab Salad
This makes a great salad. Serve it over a lettuce leave or just eat it out of the bowl
- Eggplant Kiku
This is an Asian dish that can be made with zucchini too. It is great for breakfast or any time.
This makes a great meatballs for the griddle bread or makes a great subsitue for a hamburger.
- Griddle Bread
This is a great subsitute for breads on the diet.
- Grilled Shrimp and Zicchini Skewers
This shrimp is bursting with flavor and can be made ahead of time.
- Homemade Mayonnaise
This is an easy recipes for Mayo that will become one of your favorites.
- Italian Dressing and Marinade
- Marinated Artichokes
- Marinated Stuffed Flank Steak
This is a make ahead recipe but worth every bite!
- Mediterranian Bean Salad
This is a really change in taste cold salad with a really great dressing that can be used with other things.
- Microwave Method to Clarify Butter
This is good for anyone, it gets rid of the milk sugars. Many of my recipes will call for this.
- Moroccan Chicken with Saffron and Almonds
This delicioussss...one of my favorites. You can use turkey or chicken in this low-fat recipe.
- Lemon Butter Sauce
Great to pour over fish, chicken, brown rice and vegetables. Kicks up you dish and extra notch.
- Lemon Meringue Pie
This uses the pecan crust and the Meringue for one of the best lemon meringue pies. Has only 7 carbohydrates per serving
- Lemon Tahini Sauce
This makes a great veggie dip, a dress up for sandwiches or for salads.
- List of Sustitue Flours for White Flours
Here is a list of flours to substitute for recipes that call for white flour.
- Mock Sour Cream
Here are two great recipes for mock sour dream. Both are really great.
- Mock Smoked Eggplant
This is truly a wonderful recipe. I never new that eggplant could taste so good.
- Orange Roughy with Butter Sauce and Almonds
This is a special butter sauce that can be used with various fish and shellfish.
- Pie Crust Substitute
This is great for any pie, it uses pecans instead of flour. Makes a very rich crust.
- Perfect Meringue Topping
This makes the best meringue topping for your favorite pie.
- Pesto Sauce
This makes a great sauce to dress up chicken, salads and pastas.
- Radish Butter
This makes a great "kicked up a notch" butter.
- Roasted Herb Chicken
Whole roasted chicken with fresh rosemary and tarragon make this a crowd pleaseure.
- Sun Bread
Take me back to the Mediterranean. This is really good, use for a bread substitute or as a cracker, use your imagination.
- Spaghetti Sauce
Pour over pure buckwheat, corn or spaghetti squash.
- Tomato and Beef Soup with Brown Rice
A wonderful soup for a cold sintery day!
- Texas Caviar
This is so good. Texans love their Caviar!
- Aqua Flora Candida Control Program
Following the diet and using Aqua Flora changed my life.
Linda C on November 05, 2014:
So much helpful information, my Doctor has not helped me one bit with this. Just said Lots of people have these problems.
Elisha Jachetti on March 14, 2013:
This is amazing! Thanks so much for putting all of this together. I am looking forward to test driving everything.
About to scream! on May 29, 2012:
I am in desperate need of recipes that are both Candida friendly and salicylate friendly. I can't have onion, garlic, tomatoes, curry powder, herbs etc. Anyone have any thoughts/anwers?
deziree on March 13, 2012:
Thank you for all your info. I have just begun the ACD and find your info reassuring and it helps clarify some contradictions. Can you please tell me is oat milk allowed in phase 1 of an ACD? I am concerned it may still have a gluten content and although I am not diagnosed as gluten intol. & don't suspect I would be hugely intolerant but I am hoping to assess whether I am or not at all during my ACD. Thanks kindly.
chitoks on February 29, 2012:
I have been on the candida diet now for almost 2 months. Before the diet I had a severe case of psoriasis and rash around the groin and genitalia. After taking oregano capsules and changing my diet I have noticed that the rash has now moved onto my face. Very itchy and red. The only carbohydrates I have is brown rice these days. Please help me how to get rid of my red and itchy face. I take Aqua Flora twice daily for the last few weeks now. Heeeellllllllppppppppppppp!!!
MaggieMai on February 22, 2012:
Thank you for this site wammytk, I only came across it yesterday. I have been on the yeast detox for about 1.5 weeks, so not long yet, although it kinda feels that way.
I read Leon Chaitwicks book on being candida free. It is very good and radical too. He mentions Dr Crook.
I have a couple of questions and would be grateful for your comments:
Leon says its best not to eat nuts, both shelled and open as these may have been in the shop for some time and therefore subject to mould. What are your thoughts?
I bought a yeast free cookbook on line by Whitney Fraizer and she seems to use a lot of tin foods, together with regular flour and ham. I would be grateful for your opinion as tin foods are surely processed, I am not sure that plain floor is ok to use and I understood that it is best not to use pork.
Libby on February 03, 2012:
I am praising God for you and this awesome site! I am now 70 years old, suffered ALL of my life with terrible physical problems w/bowles, infections, dental, infirmities, swelling, terrible stomach ulcers, hemmroids, etc.etc. and I have JUST learned that I have always been G-I and D-I! And I am so grateful to my Lord Jesus Christ for leading me to a local health store, (called God's Pharmacy, and meeting Matt who has got me on a program which is bringing my nearly destroyed body and mind back to health and strength so I can live a good life! He directed me to this site! Thank you, Matt! And thank YOU for sharing these wonderful facts and recipes for those of us who have suffered so horribly from lack of knowledge, and eating all the wrong foods throughout life, nearly killing ourselves! I've been on this program less than a week, sticking strickly to it, and now my mind is not cloudy, nor am I confused and losing my balance, but all sneezing & coughing & mucous gone, but also inflammation is gone, and my bowels are working wonderful too! Plus I am sleeping great for the first time in years. And NOW, I am able to receive such wonderful info and knowledge, and recipes, and ways of preparing foods that are healthy for me and my husband that I feel like leaping for joy! God bless you big time for sharing, caring, and doing what you have done to give us out here the wonderful news of healing! I will tell as many as I can about your site, and try to help people to know of you and the fact that there IS a cure for G-I and D-I people through correct foods! Again, thank you ever so much!
Clyde Dejesus on January 29, 2012:
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Saskia Logue on February 13, 2011:
This is an awesome resource site! I've been in and out of the hospital since September '10, and ALL of the tests they have done(cat-scans, x-rays, EGD's , Colonoscopies, ect...) have come back a-okay. I have now decided to stick to this diet plan (Candida diet) and see if I start to heal... Thank you so much for making these resources available to those of us who are new to the battle against candida! This means the world to me....
Gloria Ward on August 29, 2010:
I suffered from Candida when I was young and never thought about when I got older, I have had an infected toe nail for about 3 years now and medicine didn't help so I went onto the Internet to find out more about curing it and lo and behold up came Candida. I did the Detox and cant tell you how good I feel so many aches and pains gone, even my arthritis seems to be better, I'm now printing your receipes to stay on track with this diet oh yes the bonus is that I've already lost 5kgs!!! Thank you so much.
Yvette on August 11, 2010:
thank you for all the recipes!!!
i cant see the sun bread recipe tho :(
yvonne on March 26, 2010:
Your recipies are a lifesaver. Thank you
Mary on February 18, 2010:
Hello, I'm a military spouse overseas and I've been battling with this for 4 years maybe even longer. Could you tell me if organic ham is okay and I know you said no hot dogs, but how about organic buffalo hotdogs?
Katherine on December 09, 2009:
Hello, I'm searching for diet related blogs like mine http://www.chiefdietician.com and I stumbled your site, nice blog!. I hope you could also include me in your blogroll.
By the way, you have a very good writing skills here. Keep up the good work.
Icons from firstname.lastname@example.org on November 10, 2009:
Pretty cool! Innovative recipies! Here are a few small weight loss tricks you may find to be of interest:
Cindy on July 21, 2009:
For those trying to click on a recipe like curry crab salad and getting a "you do not own this hub" message, try googling curry crab salad candida and the page that it is on will pop up and allow you to follow through on the link.
enza on October 21, 2008:
Thank you again
wammytk (author) from Iowa on October 17, 2008:
CRUST: 2 c. GF flour, tsp. salt , 2 tsp. baking powder , 2/3 c. water, 1/4 c. vegetable oil
Mix flour, salt, baking powder and water. Knead on floured counter just until workable and spreadable, about 2 minutes. Put on pizza pan, with fingers spread vegetable (olive) oil on crust
Bake at 425 degrees for 20 minutes.
They have a few recipes here also.
Enza on October 16, 2008:
Thank you wammytk
Do you have any recipes for a yeast free, wheat free pizza dough? I found some for yeast free but would love to find something with a wheat substitute.
wammytk (author) from Iowa on October 16, 2008:
Yes, baking powder is allowed.
enza on October 16, 2008:
What about Baking Powder. Is that allowed?
wammytk (author) from Iowa on October 15, 2008:
I will check it out. I did post them so I do not know what the deal is.
Melsy on October 14, 2008:
You have so many great recipes I can't tell you how happy I am to have found this site! One question. A few of the recipes I cannot access as it says you do not own this hub when I click on them. Do you know why?
The recipes are...Mock Smoked Eggplant, Sun Bread, and Texas Caviar
wammytk (author) from Iowa on September 23, 2008:
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seamus on September 23, 2008:
Wow, these sounds great. I can't wait to try some of your recipes like the roasted chicken and the cookies. =-) Where can on can chicolin in the US?
wammytk (author) from Iowa on September 15, 2008:
Here it is.
Mock Sour Cream
These is a great substitue for sour cream.
2 tablespoons of nut milk of your choice
1 tablespoon of lemon juice
1 cup of raw cottage cheese
Combine all ingredients in a blender or food proccessor and blend until smooth and creamy. Makes 1 cup.
1 cup macadamia nuts
½ cup water
1 teaspoon olive oil
1 teaspoon golden flax seed, ground
¼ teaspoon sea salt (optional)
2 cloves garlic
1 tablespoon lemon juice
Blend all ingredients in a blender in food process or until smooth and blended.
scooterqueen on September 15, 2008:
I am trying to get the recipe for mock sour cream but I am unable to open it. It just says I don't own hub.
02SmithA from Ohio on July 27, 2008:
Great post. I have had to follow this diet and it can be difficult, nice to get ideas!
wammytk (author) from Iowa on July 17, 2008:
Thanks Deb, I checked out your page and it is nice. Have you ever tried Aqua Flora to help battle Candida along with the diet. Check it out.
Yeast Infection Problems Gal on July 17, 2008:
Thank you for listing these as I end up making bland foods to avoid sugar and simple carbs and I didn't have ideas for being more creative. Also I didn't know about the spit test. I will have my nephew try that as I think he is a candidate.
Also I think I can get friends to eat these recipes too so that way I don't have to cook 2 meals.
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wammytk (author) from Iowa on May 19, 2008:
No, it may be that your body is trying t expel the toxins that are built up in your body, but exercise is great for all of us. My exercise is training horses, which is very strenuous, but is fun and I get to be outdoors.
Decrescendo on April 02, 2008:
Oh. Time to hit the gym.
wammytk (author) from Iowa on March 07, 2008:
It is one of mine too!
Frank from Montana on March 07, 2008:
Tomato and Beef soup are my favorites
wammytk (author) from Iowa on February 05, 2008:
Thanz, I will be adding to this a much as possible
Wendy Iturrizaga from France on February 05, 2008:
keep it coming!