I had a request from a newer post-op to do a blog post of the pureed foods I ate. Most Saturdays, you’ll find soup simmering on my stove, either for supper or the week ahead. If you want to make this into a main course, you can add in leftover chicken or turkey or even ground turkey along with cooked brown rice, quinoa or even whole wheat noodles.
This cooks for 7+ hours you won’t be catching a buzz from the beef stew but it really makes a difference in the taste. Research has shown that soup can keep you fuller for longer than eating the same ingredients separately. You might like some of the recipes in Cooking for One or Two , with any luck, they’ll inspire you to head back into the kitchen once in awhile!
For an additional healthy twist, try making this starchy soup with sweet potatoes. These are all recipes prepared by my wife Maria – she loves cooking and I love eating, so we make a great team! With shredded Parmesan cheese and chopped prosciutto, no one will be able to tell this yummy soup is low in fat!
This elegant and smooth squash soup has only about 100 calories and 15 grams of carb per serving, and it supplies 162 percent of your daily quota for vitamin A. Eating healthfully never tasted so good. I’m looking for recipes for an 18 year old disabled child who must ALWAYS eat pureed foods.
Soups are a fantastic way to celebrate the seasons, with warming soup recipes comforting in the Winter months and chilled soups being perfect for a balmy Summer afternoon. We have lots of tasty soup recipes in our recipe finder , just add ‘soup’ in the search field.