Coconut & Almond No-Bake Balls

Coconut and almond balls

People often want to know how they can prepare snacks and desserts while on the Candida diet. Well here is a delicious recipe that uses unsweetened almond butter and stevia. This recipe requires no baking at all. You can eat these no-bake balls in moderation during your Candida diet.

You can keep these balls in the fridge for several days (although they will probably be eaten much sooner!) and you can freeze them too. They are gluten-free, sugar-free and packed full of healthy nutrients from the almond butter and coconut. If you get hungry between meals, these balls are a really satisfying little snack.

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  1. says

    Great recipe! For extra flavoring, we added cinnamon, nutmeg, and xyla to the recipe to taste, then to the finished coconut balls, a mixure of cinnamon, nutmeg, and xlitol to a bit of melted butter to coat the balls and make it taste a little like a cinnamon roll!:) Yum.

  2. Michael says

    Can you recommend a good almond butter to use? The almond butter I get from Trader Joe’s may be too creamy. Thanks!

  3. JT says

    These look great but I absolutely do not like Stevia and its after taste. Xylitol is the best and it tastes just like sugar with no after taste and it’s allowed on the Candida Diet.

  4. Tarini says

    I have been going through your recipes and all of them are fantastic!
    I wanted to know whether I could substitute coconut flour with anything else? Would buckwheat flour work? Sorry, I’m completely new to cooking, so I’m honestly pretty clueless!
    Thank you

  5. Dee says

    when you say coconut milk, I never know if you mean the kind you drink or the kind in a can. How am I to distinguish between the two?

    • Lisa Richards says

      Always use the canned coconut milk in these recipes. The coconut milk in the cartons contains other ingredients that could aggravate or worsen your Candida. For example Silk coconut milk contains carrageenan, which can cause inflammation in the gut and alter your gut flora. The ingredients list also says it contains ‘natural flavoring’, and who knows what that is!

  6. Aine says

    These sound absolutely delicious and the recipes too! I’m only finding this website now and don’t know if I’ll be able to get some ingredients where I live. Would it be possible to use spelt flour and non dairy butter (they’re what I use)? Plus, what’s stevia? I don’t think we have it here.

    • Lisa Richards says

      Spelt is still a glutenous grain, although it does tend to be better digested than wheat. I’ve never heard of non-dairy butter, sorry! And stevia is an herbal sweetener that doesn’t spike your blood sugar. I hope that helps!

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