This chicken, broccoli, and noodle casserole recipe custom prepared for the Cancer Support Community by a registered dietician certified in oncology nutrition specifically for head and neck cancer patients who are experiencing mouth pain and swallowing issues.
This millet bake is just as comforting as a traditional chicken and rice casserole, but higher in protein and fiber. The leeks add a rich flavor and the cheese gives it a creamy texture for patients undergoing cancer treatment.
These burgers are made from cauliflower and millet, two foods that are high in fiber, making them ideal to relieve constipation if you are undergoing cancer treatment.
Falafel is a fun and healthy dish, full of nutrition and flavor. This version is baked instead of fried, so it is lower in fat and easier to tolerate for those with digestive issues while they undergo cancer treatment.
Avocado macaroni and cheese may help add calories to your diet if you're a cancer patient in need of increasing your nutritional intake. This custom recipe was prepared for the Cancer Support Community by a registered dietician certified in oncology nutrition to help head and neck cancer patients who are experiencing mouth pain. See the complete recipe.
This soup has so much to offer a cancer patient – good nutrition, delicious taste, and soothing warmth. Roasting the cauliflower adds a rich flavor, while the potatoes thicken the soup without the use of cream. This soup is ideal for cancer patients experiencing mouth soreness, mouth pain, and/or difficulty chewing or swallowing. Even cancer survivors and caregivers would truly enjoy a big bowl of this soup for dinner or pair a smaller cup with a light sandwich or salad for lunch.