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 Four To Die For Dessert Yeast Free Diet Recipes! 
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Four To Die For Dessert Yeast Free Diet Recipes!
by: Erik Parsons





For me the greatest struggle on a candida diet has to be not being allowed to have your favorite dessert items. Sometimes living yeast free can get discouraging, mainly when you begin to experience a craving for one of your favorite desserts or sweets. When those moments occur it will be challenging for you to resist. However there are things you can do. By being prepared with the proper ingredients you can work your way through these cravings, especially after having finished the beginning stricter detox phase of the diet.

In this article I’m going to share some yummy yeast free diet recipes allowable under most versions of the diet. These recipes contain Stevia although if you prefer another sugar substitute that is allowed then by all means go ahead and use that instead.

#1 Smoothie

Use a blender to combine three tablespoons of peanut butter (sugar free), a cup of yogurt preferably plain, two tablespoons of whipping cream, then two teaspoons of non-sweetened cocoa powder, a small amount of Stevia and a couple of ice cubes. Next blend the mixture together until it gets smooth and then all that’s left is to serve and enjoy. This recipe is good for one serving.

Another variation on this smoothie is to place in the freezer and serve once it’s reached a slushier consistency like that of ice cream.

#2 Vanilla Custard Desserts

Combine two cups of milk and ten drops of Stevia extract. Heat up mixture till boiling in a medium saucepan; then allow cooling down period of approximately ten minutes. In a different bowl combine three eggs, one teaspoon of vanilla extract, 1/8 teaspoon of salt and 1/8 teaspoon of nutmeg. Next beat this mixture until smooth. Now begin to slowly beat in the first bowl of ingredients. Pour finished mixture into four serving size cups or into a little casserole dish.

Next using a roasting pan add approximately an inch of water and place the cups or dish (whichever you used) in the pan and begin to bake in 325 degree Fahrenheit oven for between fifty and sixty minutes. Please leave the pan uncovered while baking. After it has finished remove oven and pan, put on rack until cooled then place in the refrigerator to chill until they are ready to be served.

#3 Brownies Delight!

Be Aware! These treats are tasty but not low in fat!

First preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Then in a bowl, beat ½ cup of soft butter, two eggs, 1 ½ teaspoons of vanilla, and 1/3 cup of grated zucchini. Next add in 1/3 cup of non-wheat flour (such as oat or amaranth), 1/3 cup of unsweetened cocoa, 1/3 cup of rice flour, and ½ teaspoon of Stevia powder ( you can also use ten drops of Stevia extract). Mix ingredients and then fan out evenly in an eight inch pan. Next bake for anywhere between ten and thirteen minutes. Be sure not to over bake! Don’t be alarmed the brownies won’t rise and can seem oily as baking. This is due to the butter. Don’t worry this will lessen as it begins to cool. All that’s left is to serve (excellent when warm).

#4 Berries and Cream

This recipe is nice and simple just as the name implies. All you need to do is spoon three or four tablespoons of cream (preferably heavy whipping) over some fresh fruits or if you prefer frozen fruits. If you want you can also top it off with a light amount of Stevia. Now all that’s left to do is serve it in a cup or glass and you’re all done. There you have it a simple yet elegant dessert that tastes great and cures those late night cravings.

So as you can see by using the right ingredients and taking some time preparing them you can go a long way into making a no yeast diet much more palatable and easy to stick to in the long run.

About The Author
Erik Parsons is a yeast free diet expert. For more information on yeast free diet recipes, visit http://www.YeastFreeDietsMadeEasy.com
The author invites you to visit:
http://www.yeastfreedietsmadeeasy.com




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