Gosh darn, I almost forgot to post this! Busy week. Anywho, we'll just go with a recipe. In my third week of this anti-candida diet and I'm starting to get into the groove. My one "limit" food of the day tends to be a sweet potato. While that is often roasted, I have taken to making pro-biotic sweet potato pudding!
Sweet Potato Puddin' (2 servings)
2 medium sweet potatoes, either roasted or microwaved until soft, peeled
8 oz unsweetened soy yogurt (make your own!)
1/4 cup unsweetened almond milk
2 tsp cinnamon
10-15 drops vanilla stevia (or to taste...you may not need any)
1. Dump it all into the food processor and let 'er rip!
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