We report the case of an insulin-dependent diabetic woman with chronic renal insufficiency who developed Candida glabrata suppurative parotitis. Infectious inflammation of the parotid gland is typically bacterial in etiology, and candidal parotitis is a rarely documented finding with only 6 reported cases in the literature. Four cases involved Candida albicans; and 2, C. glabrata. Furthermore, our patient was uncharacteristically young and without ductal obstruction or other nidus for infection, which makes this case especially unique. We also present a literature review of the previous cases.