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I scoured the forum for tips from people and came up with a revised list of things to try. I'll be adding to this and updating as time goes on but this is a lot to go on and gives me hope as I start my pureed diet phase this weekend. Enjoy !

1. Eggface Ricotta Bake (google it)

2. Green bean casserole (bariatric style) with canned chicken

3. Tuna casserole (bariatric style) with green Beans instead of peas

4. Mexican beef with cheese or beans with cheese (too carby for me--made me hungry too soon after eating)

5. Broccoli, spinach or cauliflower pureed with light cream cheese, lemon juice, s/p/g (steam the crap out of it first)

6. Smashed cauliflower with bacon and green onions (put in a food processor)

7. Any Soup or chili made bariatric style

8. Fish in foil pouches with lemon and spices/herbs.

9. zucchini sauteed with onion, tomatoes and herbs and pureed--can add any kind of lean meat.< /span>

10. yogurt/cottage cheese blends with berries.

11. Pureed black Beans with a bit of cheese

12. Yellow Split Pea Soup puree

13. Buffalo chicken Dip puree

14. Broccoli cheese Soup puree

15. Pureed Chicken salad

16. 4 Cheese mashed cauliflower

17. Hummus - Roasted Red Pepper by Sabra

18. Eggface Cottage Cheese Bake (sub out cottage cheese for ricotta + parmesan + ps mozza shreds + low carb marinara)

19. Cottage cheese flavored with taco seasoning

20. Progresso chicken enchilada soup with mashed cauliflower & ground chicken pureed

21. Scrambled egg with a little milk and topped with a teaspoon of salsa

22. Pureed Italian sausage with a little green and red pepper with Spagetti sauce

23. Applesause (unsweetened) with a sprinkle of cinnamon

24. Pureed Lentil soup with shredded cheese

25. Shiitake mushroom pizza with ground chicken and pizza sauce and cheese on top - all put in blender. Sounds weird but really good


https://www.cookinglight.com/recipes/loaded-cauliflower-soup
https://www.food.com/recipe/shellys-baked-ricotta-324036

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1 hour ago, texasnewf said:

I scoured the forum for tips from people and came up with a revised list of things to try. I'll be adding to this and updating as time goes on but this is a lot to go on and gives me hope as I start my pureed diet phase this weekend. Enjoy !

1. Eggface Ricotta Bake (google it)

2. Green bean casserole (bariatric style) with canned chicken

3. Tuna casserole (bariatric style) with green Beans instead of peas

4. Mexican beef with cheese or Beans with cheese (too carby for me--made me hungry too soon after eating)

5. Broccoli, spinach or cauliflower pureed with light cream cheese, lemon juice, s/p/g (steam the crap out of it first)

6. Smashed cauliflower with bacon and green onions (put in a food processor)

7. Any Soup or chili made bariatric style

8. Fish in foil pouches with lemon and spices/herbs.

9. zucchini sauteed with onion, tomatoes and herbs and pureed--can add any kind of lean meat.< /span>

10. yogurt/cottage cheese blends with berries.

11. Pureed black Beans with a bit of cheese

12. Yellow Split Pea Soup puree

13. Buffalo chicken Dip puree

14. Broccoli cheese Soup puree

15. Pureed Chicken salad

16. 4 Cheese mashed cauliflower

17. Hummus - Roasted Red Pepper by Sabra

18. Eggface Cottage Cheese Bake (sub out cottage cheese for ricotta + parmesan + ps mozza shreds + low carb marinara)

19. Cottage cheese flavored with taco seasoning

20. Progresso chicken enchilada soup with mashed cauliflower & ground chicken pureed

21. Scrambled egg with a little milk and topped with a teaspoon of salsa

22. Pureed Italian sausage with a little green and red pepper with Spagetti sauce

23. Applesause (unsweetened) with a sprinkle of cinnamon

24. Pureed Lentil soup with shredded cheese

25. Shiitake mushroom pizza with ground chicken and pizza sauce and cheese on top - all put in blender. Sounds weird but really good


https://www.cookinglight.com/recipes/loaded-cauliflower-soup
https://www.food.com/recipe/shellys-baked-ricotta-324036

WOW thank you so much. This is an amazing list!!! Also, this is just what I needed as this is the diet I was sent home on.

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On ‎7‎/‎19‎/‎2019 at 6:24 PM, texasnewf said:

I scoured the forum for tips from people and came up with a revised list of things to try. I'll be adding to this and updating as time goes on but this is a lot to go on and gives me hope as I start my pureed diet phase this weekend. Enjoy !

1. Eggface Ricotta Bake (google it)

2. Green bean casserole (bariatric style) with canned chicken

3. Tuna casserole (bariatric style) with green Beans instead of peas

4. Mexican beef with cheese or Beans with cheese (too carby for me--made me hungry too soon after eating)

5. Broccoli, spinach or cauliflower pureed with light cream cheese, lemon juice, s/p/g (steam the crap out of it first)

6. Smashed cauliflower with bacon and green onions (put in a food processor)

7. Any Soup or chili made bariatric style

8. Fish in foil pouches with lemon and spices/herbs.

9. zucchini sauteed with onion, tomatoes and herbs and pureed--can add any kind of lean meat.< /span>

10. yogurt/cottage cheese blends with berries.

11. Pureed black Beans with a bit of cheese

12. Yellow Split Pea Soup puree

13. Buffalo chicken Dip puree

14. Broccoli cheese Soup puree

15. Pureed Chicken salad

16. 4 Cheese mashed cauliflower

17. Hummus - Roasted Red Pepper by Sabra

18. Eggface Cottage Cheese Bake (sub out cottage cheese for ricotta + parmesan + ps mozza shreds + low carb marinara)

19. Cottage cheese flavored with taco seasoning

20. Progresso chicken enchilada soup with mashed cauliflower & ground chicken pureed

21. Scrambled egg with a little milk and topped with a teaspoon of salsa

22. Pureed Italian sausage with a little green and red pepper with Spagetti sauce

23. Applesause (unsweetened) with a sprinkle of cinnamon

24. Pureed Lentil soup with shredded cheese

25. Shiitake mushroom pizza with ground chicken and pizza sauce and cheese on top - all put in blender. Sounds weird but really good


https://www.cookinglight.com/recipes/loaded-cauliflower-soup
https://www.food.com/recipe/shellys-baked-ricotta-324036

I am 9 days away from RNY, and I have never been on a pureed diet. Are these blended in a blender? So literally you can puree anything? I'm just assuming this list is meals that have been tried and taste good? I'm on 5 day of liquid diet and that list looks so so good. I can't wait to try them out in about 2-3 weeks.

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17 hours ago, demayome said:

I am 9 days away from RNY, and I have never been on a pureed diet. Are these blended in a blender? So literally you can puree anything? I'm just assuming this list is meals that have been tried and taste good? I'm on 5 day of liquid diet and that list looks so so good. I can't wait to try them out in about 2-3 weeks.

Yes, I was on liquids for 3 weeks and now just started the blender/pureed phase for 3 more weeks before going to normal food. Hope this helps :) I've tried several of the ones on the list and taste great ! good luck ! As for the liquid diet.. All I can say is just stick it out.. its BORING .. but eventually you will taste normal flavors again .. lol

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I scoured the forum for tips from people and came up with a revised list of things to try. I'll be adding to this and updating as time goes on but this is a lot to go on and gives me hope as I start my pureed diet phase this weekend. Enjoy !

1. Eggface Ricotta Bake (google it)
2. Green bean casserole (bariatric style) with canned chicken
3. Tuna casserole (bariatric style) with green Beans instead of peas
4. Mexican beef with cheese or Beans with cheese (too carby for me--made me hungry too soon after eating)
5. Broccoli, spinach or cauliflower pureed with light cream cheese, lemon juice, s/p/g (steam the crap out of it first)
6. Smashed cauliflower with bacon and green onions (put in a food processor)
7. Any Soup or chili made bariatric style
8. Fish in foil pouches with lemon and spices/herbs.
9. zucchini sauteed with onion, tomatoes and herbs and pureed--can add any kind of lean meat.< br> 10. yogurt/cottage cheese blends with berries.
11. Pureed black Beans with a bit of cheese
12. Yellow Split Pea Soup puree
13. Buffalo chicken Dip puree
14. Broccoli cheese Soup puree
15. Pureed Chicken salad
16. 4 Cheese mashed cauliflower
17. Hummus - Roasted Red Pepper by Sabra
18. Eggface Cottage Cheese Bake (sub out cottage cheese for ricotta + parmesan + ps mozza shreds + low carb marinara)
19. Cottage cheese flavored with taco seasoning
20. Progresso chicken enchilada soup with mashed cauliflower & ground chicken pureed
21. Scrambled egg with a little milk and topped with a teaspoon of salsa
22. Pureed Italian sausage with a little green and red pepper with Spagetti sauce
23. Applesause (unsweetened) with a sprinkle of cinnamon
24. Pureed Lentil soup with shredded cheese
25. Shiitake mushroom pizza with ground chicken and pizza sauce and cheese on top - all put in blender. Sounds weird but really good

https://www.cookinglight.com/recipes/loaded-cauliflower-soup
https://www.food.com/recipe/shellys-baked-ricotta-324036
Thank you, I start my pureed diet tommrow.

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