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I’m crazy about cooking (and snacking), but one thing I like to do is make sure that the recipes I make don’t irritate my bladder. It’s the reason why I limit myself to one cup of coffee a day (even though I’d like several). I try to really make
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Blueberries are a great source of anti-oxidants and they’ve also been linked to supporting urinary tract health. I buy big containers and just use them in everything, from salads to muffins to oatmeal, and even entrees.
Honey blueberry toast is a favorite in our house. It’s a quick and easy breakfast.
Oven dried blueberries are easy to make, and an excellent healthy snack that stores well. (KETO)
This healthy blueberry smoothie recipe is made in 5 minutes with 5 ingredients. It’s light & refreshing and makes a great breakfast or snack. (VEGAN)
These delicious Banana Blueberry Muffins come together in no time and are perfect for breakfast or snacks! Blueberries and bananas are both good for your bladder.
Wholesome, healthy, and delicious – these Blueberry Overnight Oats using oats, milk, and juicy ripe blueberries will be a new favorite breakfast option in your house. (GLUTEN-FREE)
Fruit is so tasty on roast pork loin! Make the most deliciously moist pork tenderloin with a unique spicy blueberry glaze. This roast pork recipe is so unique – it’s going to be one of the best you’ve ever had.
Blueberry Baked Oatmeal Cups is a healthy one bowl breakfast idea that you can meal prep for the whole week! It’s gluten-free, plus you have a vegan option! (VEGAN)
Pears are also another great fruit to soothe your bladder. Like blueberries, they are also an alkaline food.
This creamy Pear Smoothie Bowl is full of juicy pear flavors. It is quick and easy to make. (VEGAN)
This gluten-free pear crisp features oats, almond flour and pecans! It’s so delicious and is sweetened with pure maple syrup. (GLUTEN-FREE)
Pear and gorgonzola salad with candied pecans is a light and healthy lunch or side salad.
These Oatmeal Banana Muffins are a delicious start to the day! Eat for breakfast or as a midday snack.
Tabbouleh with pearl barley – chewy, herby and filling salad with the goodness of nuts and fresh crisp veggies.
This healthy marinated chicken features Greek seasonings for authentic flavor and cooks up in about 10 minutes. Use all week in your wraps and salads!
A super simple, yet flavorful recipe for Caprese Stuffed Balsamic Chicken that’s stuffed with fresh mozzarella, basil, and sundried tomatoes and baked with a sweet balsamic glaze. (GLUTEN-FREE)
This salmon kale salad is made with fresh kale, apples, Parmesan salmon, roasted potatoes and green beans, and an easy tahini dressing.
This sheet pan chicken and veggies is an easy and healthy meal! The lean meat, potatoes and garlic are bladder friendly ingredients. (WHOLE30)
Full of lean protein, this dairy-free, gluten-free, healthy Green Goddess Cobb Salad is amazing. (GLUTEN-FREE)
This easy air fryer grilled chicken breast is a great healthy dinner entrée option. (GLUTEN-FREE)
These easy slice and bake potatoes are not only a delicious and comforting side dish, they’re naturally easy on the bladder.
Use russet potatoes to quickly make these delicious air fryer steak fries. (GLUTEN-FREE)
So, which recipes do you want to make? What tips would you give on foods and recipes to help bladder issues?
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