candida-friendly avocado dessert

Posted on October 9, 2006. Filed under: Candida, Candida Recipes, Gluten Free Recipes, Recipes |

I tried this dessert recipe yesterday and it’s pretty good.

Take 2 avocados, peel off the skin, and take out the pit. Throw into a blender. Add a couple of tablespoons of rice syrup and 1/2 a cup of soy milk and 1/2 tsp of cinnamon.


Freeze for 1 hour.



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6 Responses to “candida-friendly avocado dessert”

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that sounds like a geat idea. ive never thought to make an ice cream dessert from acvacado. Im going to try this one for sure.

I can not find a single web page that allows rice syrup on a candida diet. It feeds candida.

What kind of candida diet is this, anyway? One avocado contains 13 grams of carbohydrates (carbs convert to sugar), and two tablespoons of Lundberg brown rice syrup contain 31 grams of carbohydrates and 25 grams of sugar (mostly glucose and fructose). Sugar is sugar and it all feeds candida

Regarding the last comment, every Candida diet I’ve seen so far says that avocado is safe. (I am, however, skeptical about the advocacy of using rice syrup.) However, there seems to be an awful lot of controversy over many items deemed either ‘safe’ or ‘banned’ from a Candida diet. I suspect the best approach is to read as much as possible, compare notes, and then apply whatever seems to work best for yourself as an individual.

rice syrup is not candida friendly

avacado, rice syrup – from every book and article ive read, they do not advocate these foods! Soy milk?? sugar sugar sugar… same as rice and almond milk…

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