If you’re looking for bariatric recipes to try following weight loss surgery then why not try one of these delicious bariatric puree recipes? Making pureed foods and soups can be super easy and satisfying as well.
As a student Nutritionist, I know that both pureed veggie recipes and high-protein pureed food recipes are essential following weight loss surgery. Here are our top pureed bariatric recipes and tips and tricks for eating the right pureed foods after bariatric surgery.
10 Healthy Bariatric Puree Recipes
Here are 10 pureed recipes that you can enjoy after the liquid diet, during the pureed food phase after bariatric surgery. So what are you waiting for, grab the blender or food processor and whip up some pureed meals in advance of your weight loss surgery or as a pureed meal to enjoy today!
Pureed Split Pea Soup
Pureed split pea soup is a high-protein meal that post-bariatric surgery patients can enjoy. Split pea soup has the perfect combination of protein, fiber and sodium, making it an ideal post-surgery meal.
Check out our recipe for Pureed Split Pea Soup here!
Pureed Vegan Corn Soup
If you like corn then why not try this pureed recipe while on the pureed phase? Vegan corn soup is great for the pureed diet as it has a creamy texture and is packed with nutrients.
Get the instructions for Vegan corn soup here!
Purple Cauliflower Puree
Purple cauliflower is a great way to add color and nutrition to your pureed diet. This purple cauliflower puree is delicious, creamy and packed with vitamins and minerals.
Enjoy this purple cauliflower recipe as part of your bariatric diet! Don’t add the butter/garnish!
Pureed Broccoli Soup
If you love broccoli then you may want to try this pureed broccoli soup recipe. This nutrient-packed soup is a great way to get your recommended daily servings of vegetables and protein into your diet.
Enjoy this tasty broccoli soup! It’s a real winner after gastric bypass.
Pureed Refried Beans
Refried beans are a great source of protein and carbohydrates, making them ideal for post-surgery patients. This pureed refried bean recipe is creamy, flavorful and perfect for the pureed diet after bariatric surgery.
Pureed refried beans will keep you feeling fuller for longer on your weight loss journey.
You may want to whip up some pumpkin puree following the full liquid diet. Pumpkin is full of vitamins and minerals and is a great addition to any post-surgery diet.
Learn how to make healthy pumpkin puree packed with goodness here.
Pureed Cauliflower Soup
Try pureed cauliflower soup for a delicious and nutritious meal post-surgery. This creamy soup is full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants which are beneficial to your health.
Try pureed cauliflower soup today! You will love this recipe.
Pureed Coconut Curry Soup
Coconut curry soup is a great source of protein and vitamins that post-surgery patients need to maintain their health. This pureed version of coconut curry soup is creamy, delicious and packed with flavor.
This coconut curry soup is delicious and easy to make! Enjoy.
Pureed Sweet Potato
This pureed sweet potato soup is a great post-surgery meal. The sweetness of the potatoes mixed with the tangy spices makes for a delicious and pureed food recipe and it’s packed with nutrition too.
Pureed Butternut Squash Soup
This pureed butternut squash soup is a great post-surgery meal. Butternut squash is packed with vitamins and minerals and has a delicious sweet flavor that your tastebuds will love.
This recipe is a go to- pureed diet recipe. Packed with goodness and full of flavor.
Pureed Carrot Soup
Carrots are an excellent source of nutrition for people following the liquid or pureed diet after weight loss surgery.
Enjoy this carrot bisque or soup. It’s tasty, great after gastric sleeve and cooks in no time.
Pureed Beetroot Soup
Beets are a great source of nutrients for people who have undergone weight loss surgery. This pureed beetroot soup is creamy, flavorful and packed with vitamins and minerals.
Eat your beets and enjoy this tasty and colorful soup! It’s delicious.
Top Tips for Making Pureed Vegetables
No matter what vegetable you are boiling and pureering be sure to add flavor! Water can be super bland so go for chicken broth, low sodium chicken stock, a splash of whole milk and add herbs and spices. This will give your veggies a great taste and flavor.
Enjoy Your Pureed Bariatric Recipes
Making healthy pureed bariatric recipes is an essential part of post-surgery dieting following gastric sleeve or bypass surgery. Following a balanced diet with high-protein meals and plenty of vegetables can help to ensure that your body has all the nutrients it needs.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What Can I Eat on Pureed Stage of Bariatric Surgery?
During the pureed stage after weight loss surgery, you should aim to stick with softer foods that can easily be mashed up or blended. These pureed bariatric recipes are all within the accepted guidelines and are approved for this stage of your weight loss journey.
Pureed food looks like baby food. You can puree vegetables, moist meats, black beans or pinto beans, low-fat cottage cheese and much more. The key is getting a balance of high-protein ingredients and nutrient-packed veggies. Getting the correct nutrition serving is super important post-op!
How Much Puree Should I Eat After Gastric Sleeve?
It is recommended that post-surgery following gastric sleeve, you should start with about 1/4 cup of puree and slowly increase the amount as you become more comfortable with it. If you’re feeling full after eating your pureed meal, then stop eating at that point.
What Are Good Foods to Puree for Adults?
You may be wondering if scrambled eggs are okay on the pureed food diet or asking can bariatric patients eat mashed potatoes? The answer is yes! You can certainly puree scrambled eggs and you can eat soft foods such as mashed potatoes. Just be sure to pop them in the food processor or blend up with a blend stick.
So long as you can puree the mash or vegetables and balance it with high protein puree, pureed mashed potato is okay to eat following gastric bypass.
What Are High-Protein Foods After Bariatric Surgery?
High-protein pureed bariatric recipes are essential after weight loss surgery. Purees can be made into savory soups, smoothies, and even chili.
High-protein foods after bariatric surgery include yogurt, nuts, lean proteins such as chicken breast or white fish, tofu, eggs, cottage cheese, ricotta, quinoa and lentils.
What Protein Can I Add to My Puree Meal?
Many ingredients can be pureed from eggs, beans and ricotta cheese to chicken breast or canned chicken, turkey sausage, tuna, cottage cheese or greek yogurt.
How Many Grams of Protein per Pureed Meal?
It’s important as a bariatric patient to get the recommended amount of protein in your pureed meals, which is typically around 25-35 grams per meal.
Make sure your proteins are lean and have low fat content as your diet after bariatric surgery is very limited in calories and fat intake.