Are you looking for new ways to make your bariatric diet more exciting? If so, I’m here to help.
Eating the same meals day-in and day-out can get boring, but with these creative puree recipes, you’ll be able to elevate your bariatric diet in no time! Through this article, I want to show you how fun and delicious following a bariatric diet can be.
So let’s dive right in and look at some of my favorite puree recipes that are sure to become staples of your meal plan.
Tomato Puree Soup
Tomato puree soup is an excellent option for bariatric dieters looking to incorporate nutritious and delicious meals into their daily routine.
The recipe calls for a variety of flavors, starting with roasted garlic as the base flavor. This addition provides a subtle nuttiness that pairs perfectly with creamy mushroom puree.
To finish off the soup, feel free to add vegetables such as carrots or celery – they provide a crunchy texture while adding vitamin A and fiber to your meal!
The end result is a hearty and flavorful tomato puree soup that you can enjoy without worrying about its caloric content. Not only will it keep you feeling full longer due to its high-fiber ingredients, but it also helps promote satiety so that you don’t over indulge in unhealthy snacks throughout the day.
All in all, this simple yet tasty dish makes for an ideal meal choice when following a bariatric diet plan.
Carrot-ginger puree is a delicious and nutritious meal perfect for bariatric diets. This recipe combines the flavors of ginger, garlic, sweet and sour to create an unforgettable dish that’s sure to tantalize your taste buds!
This tasty treat starts with fresh carrots, which are then boiled until soft. Once cooked, they’re blended together with freshly grated ginger, minced garlic cloves, sugar or honey for sweetness, and vinegar or lemon juice for added zing.
The result is a savory puree that can be served hot or cold as part of any balanced diet plan. No matter how you choose to enjoy this flavorful combination of ingredients, it’s guaranteed to give you all the necessary nutrients while satisfying your cravings in the most creative way possible.
Make sure to include carrot-ginger puree in your weekly meals for a truly special culinary experience!
Creamy Broccoli-Cauliflower Mash
Welcome to the newest addition of our bariatric puree recipes! Today we’ll be talking about a creamy broccoli-cauliflower mash. This light, yet flavorful dish brings together roasted garlic and garlic herb flavors in one savory side dish.
For this recipe you’ll need:
– 2 heads of cauliflower
– 1 head of broccoli
– 3 cloves of minced garlic
– ½ teaspoon dried rosemary leaves
– ¼ cup chicken broth or vegetable broth
– Olive oil for sautéing
First off, heat up your skillet with some olive oil and add the minced garlic on medium heat until it sizzles – then turn down the heat to low so that it doesn’t burn.
Next add in the two heads of cauliflower and one head of broccoli into small florets and gently stir them around in the pan before adding in the rosemary leaves and chicken broth/vegetable broth.
Allow everything to simmer for 10 minutes or until all vegetables are soft enough to mash with a fork or potato masher.
Finally season with salt and pepper as desired before serving warm.
If you’re looking for an easy way to elevate your bariatric diet routine without sacrificing flavor, look no further than this delicious broccoli-cauliflower mash! It’s sure to become a regular favorite at meal time thanks to its unique combination of roasted garlic and garlicky herbs that will tantalize your taste buds!
Apple-Cinnamon Puree is a delicious, nutritious way to elevate your bariatric diet.
Not only does this spiced apple puree provide you with all the essential vitamins and minerals needed for a healthy lifestyle, but its complex flavor profile is sure to satisfy even the most discerning palate.
Cranberries add an extra layer of sweet tartness that pairs perfectly with apples and cinnamon.
This puree can be enjoyed as part of breakfast, lunch or dinner, providing a flavorful alternative to regular meals while keeping you on track with your dietary goals.
Making Apple-Cinnamon Puree at home requires very few ingredients – just fresh apples and cranberries coupled with warm spices like cinnamon and nutmeg.
It takes little effort to whip up a batch in minutes!
You’ll find yourself looking forward to mealtimes when enjoying this tasty treat; it’s sure to quickly become one of your go-to recipes for nourishing your body and soul.
So why not give it a try today? Your taste buds will thank you!
Pumpkin Pie Puree
Pumpkin and sweet potato purees are an excellent way to add savory flavor to your bariatric diet. Not only are these vegetables nutrient-rich, but when mashed together they can make a delicious treat that you can enjoy as part of a healthy lifestyle.
By combining the earthy sweetness of pumpkin with the subtle sweetness of sweet potatoes, you’ll create a unique dish that will satisfy both your taste buds and your body! You don’t need complicated recipes to incorporate them into your meals; just adding some spices or herbs like cinnamon, nutmeg, sage, or thyme is enough to bring out their flavors.
And if you want something more indulgent, why not try mixing in some cream cheese or butter? The possibilities are endless – so get creative! Your family and friends will be amazed by how flavorful and satisfying this one-of-a-kind dish is.
With its vibrant colors and comforting aromas, it’s sure to become a hit at any gathering – and you’ll feel great knowing that what you’re eating is nutritious and scrumptious!
As a bariatric dietitian, I’m confident that these puree recipes will elevate your bariatric diet.
Tomato Puree Soup and Carrot-Ginger Puree are both delicious and nutritious options for those following a bariatric eating plan.
Creamy Broccoli-Cauliflower Mash is an easy side dish to add some additional vitamins and minerals into your meals.
Apple-Cinnamon Puree makes the perfect dessert – it’s sweet without being unhealthy!
Lastly, Pumpkin Pie Puree can be enjoyed all year round as a tasty snack or breakfast treat.
I hope you’ve found this article useful in helping you come up with creative ideas for adding more variety to your bariatric diet.
If you have any questions about incorporating these purees into your meals, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me for further advice.
Remember: Eating healthy doesn’t have to be boring – there are plenty of exciting ways to stay on track with your nutritional goals.
Let’s work together so we can help make sure that you’re getting the most out of your bariatric diet plan!
With these recipes at hand, I’m certain you’ll find something new and delicious each time you cook up a meal.