Welcome to the Cancer Healthy Recipe Hub! Here you will find all of our Healthy Recipes. Our Recipes are organized in several fashions to help you find the exact recipe that you want, and get the help that you need.
Simply Click the Box that contains what you want to look at. It will expand and show you the different categories that each recipe is organized into for your convenience!
Both the Section Title and Picture are Links to the Category.
By Traditional Category:
All our Healthy Cancer Recipe in this category are organized by their traditional function, or place in a meal.
Looking for some ideas? Peruse all of our recipes to get some ideas!
Big meals, entrees, one pots. You’d normally call these dinners, but they can be eaten at anytime.
Need something small? Easy to eat? This is the category for you
No dish is complete without a delicious sauce to put on it!
A whole section dedicated to delicious soups and stews.
Smoothies are delicious, and a fantastic way to get vitamins and minerals into your diet.
Recipes in this category are organized by their nutritional function.
Weight Gaining Meals, are nutrient dense and are good for those who are having difficulty keeping weight on.
Lighter Weight Meals are for those who need a dish that isn’t going to be heavy on their stomach. Easy to eat and digest.
Need an easy on the go snack for the day? This category is filled with all the recipes that can be easily turned into on the go snacks.
By Side Effect:
Recipes in this category are organized by the major chemo side-effect that they are best at working with.
Have metallic tastes? These Metallic Taste Recipes will help you get your appetite back and get those nasty metallic tastes under control.
Having difficulty with Nausea? These gentle on the stomach recipes are designed to be easy on your stomach.
Mouth sores are painful! But these recipes are designed to not agitate those mouth sores, but still get you those ever so vital nutrients.
Having difficulty with dysphagia? An inability to chew or swallow can be extremely dangerous, especially if you’re having difficulty chewing or swallowing. All of these recipes can be easily turned into purees or thin soups to help you eat again.