What are your go-to meals on the Candida Diet? Complicated, multi-stage recipes can be great for dinner parties, but sometimes all you want is a quick, easy and nutritious recipe that you can prepare in a few minutes.
If you spend your mornings getting kids ready for school, work for long hours at your job, or are simply too tired to shop for and prepare your meals, the recipes on this page are for you.
Each of them contains ingredients that will lower inflammation, promote gut health, and fight a Candida overgrowth. Whether you’re following our Candida treatment plan or not, these recipes will be a tasty, energy-filled addition to your day.
One of the best things about this coconut bread is that it involves very little prep time and is very easy to make. The various coconut ingredients (coconut flour, coconut milk and coconut oil) all have antifungal properties, while the high levels of protein and healthy fats will give you lots of energy to get through your day.
You can include this filling bread in a packed lunch for yourself or your kids. Any leftovers can be stored in the freezer and then quickly toasted in the mornings for a healthy breakfast snack.
Quinoa and Rutabaga Patties
These vegetable patties contain quite a few ingredients, but preparation is simply a matter of quickly throwing them all together. And the recipe can easily adjust to include lots of different foods that you might have in your fridge and pantry.
Rutabaga might be a starchy vegetable, but it also has some antifungal properties that make it a useful addition to your Candida diet. When you combine it with garlic, some shallots, and lots of herbs, it can make a great choice for an easy dinner. You can serve these patties with some plain yogurt for an extra probiotic boost.
Coconut Chicken With Spinach
This super-simple meal is a favorite of many of our readers. It has a handful of easily-sourced ingredients, and has a total cooking time of only 25 minutes. It makes a healthy lunch or dinner that is rich in healthy proteins and fats.
Just like the other recipes in this list, this meal includes several foods with antifungal properties. And like every recipe on this website, it is gluten-free, contains no added sugars, and will help to promote good gut health.
This salad has few ingredient and is super easy to prepare. It contains coconut oil and coconut milk, both great anti fungal ingredients to combat candida.
Cool Sardine Salad
This is a quick and easy salad to prepare if you are a fan of sardines. These fish are one a few healthy fish choices on the Candida diet plan (others include wild salmon and herring). Sardines contain less mercury and other ocean pollutants that larger fish like tuna or swordfish.
Sardines are also a good source of healthy Omega-3 fatty acids, and a great way to get more calcium, iron, and potassium into your diet.
Best of all, this tasty salad only takes a few minutes to prepare and serve.
Keeping it simple is often the best way to follow a new diet plan, and this vegetable omelet is a perfect example. Omelets can be one of your regular meals on any stage of the Candida diet. They make for a nutritious meal packed with protein and micronutrients.
You can eat omelets for your breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Our recipe is a good starting point, but you can adjust it by adding any of the vegetables from the foods to eat list. Enjoy!
Are you ready to start your Candida diet? Our Ultimate Candida Diet program contains more than 50 recipes that are gluten-free, contain no added sugars, and promote improved gut health. They contain lots of nutritious ingredients that will boost your energy levels and support your immune system. Give it a try!
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If you're looking for a more comprehensive Candida treatment plan, check out the Ultimate Candida Diet program, written by Lisa Richards and Dr Eric Wood. This plan is based on the latest research into Candida Related Complex, and contains everything you need to know to beat your Candida overgrowth.