Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Hot chocolate - a plea!

Dear Readers,

Has anyone come across a candida diet friendly hot chocolate/cocoa powder/recipe? It's freezing cold here at the moment, and I'm in desperate need. Green tea just doesn't cut it when you want a lovely, comforting and warming mug of cocoa!

Yours hopefully,

Djinn x


Take half a teaspoon of Cadbury's Bournville Cocoa, and mix into a mug of warm goats milk. Add a teaspoon of xylitol and mix well. Delicious!


Hope said...

Hi, I came across your blog the other day when I was searching for information about Candida. I just wanted to say I love it! I was only diagnosed last week (though I think I've had a Candida problem for a good ten years) and I've been finding the diet really tough. Your up beat blog puts a smile on my face :)

I've been really missing hot chocolate but I wasn't sure what to use to sweeten cocoa with so I will try some Xylitol.


Djinn said...

Glad the blog's useful Hope! Good luck with your battle with the yeastie-beasties. ;)

Spence said...

I'm a bit naughty and buy Oatly chocolate drink. It has 3grams of sugar added to the whole thing, the sweetness otherwise come from the oats and as I can't have dairy it's brilliant for me. anybody else I've made try it thinks it's amazing, highly recommend!

spence said...

oh and also, you can find this around:

Djinn said...

Sounds good Spence - but I fear it would lead me on a slippery slope downwards into sugar hell! ;)

Oh, and I've already discovered the Plamil choc: http://cardboard-diet.blogspot.com/2007/08/non-farty-sugar-free-chocolate.html

Thanks. :)

Anonymous said...

Try this one:


[Note: Do not confuse with licorice confectionery which contains very little, if any, licorice and is in fact flavoured by anise.

Can cause water retention and raised blood pressure. Prolonged use should be avoided if you suffer from high blood pressure.
source: http://www.herbwisdom.com/herb-licorice-root.html]