Category Archives: All Recipes

Pacific Soymilk with 10 grams protein per cup

Not all soymilk brands are the same. This particular brand has the most grams of protein per cup.  Pacific Natural Foods Organic Ultra Soy Non-Dairy Beverage, Original Unsweetened 32-ounce container is my preferred brand of soymilk.  This staple ingredients moves fast, so stock up!  Compare Pacific Soy-Milk Original: Milk has 1 gram of protein per ounce Almond milk has 1 gram protein per cup Other soymilk brands have 7-9 grams protein per cup Make sure you buy the light-blue “ULTRA” Soy version. Pacific Soy-Milk Original is available in…

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Egg-n-Cheese Omelette, 14 gram protein per 4 oz breakfast meal

Ingredients: 1 egg (6g) 2 ounce shredded cheese  (8g) ¼ ounce sauteed onions (one cube sliced into four slivers) salt & pepper to taste Yields: One Egg-n-Cheese  Omelette at 14 gram protein per 4 oz breakfast meal. Related PostsTuscan Omelette, 20 grams protein per 4 oz meal95Ingredients: 1 egg (6g) 1 ounce feta cheese (6g) 1 ounce shredded cheese (8g) 1 teaspoon bruschetta from jar ¼ ounce minced onions (1/4 slice from one ounce cubes) salt & pepper to taste Directions:  Spray small frying with oil. On medium…

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Falafel Balls and Dill Dip, 16 grams protein per 4 oz puree lunch meal

This delicious lunch is perfect for preparing the night before for a grab-n-go high protein lunch meal.  Do not fry the mixture as directed on the box.  Skip Greek Dill Dip if you are lactose intolerant. Directions: Prepare mix with water as directed. Spray baking pan with oil spray. Form small 1/2 ounce balls (measure as a heaping teaspoon, or half a shot glass) and place on pan. Spray all the balls again with oil spray. Bake on 450 for 15 minutes. Flip balls, and…

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Potato Creme Broth, Full Liquid Recipe, 3.14 grams protein per 4 oz serving

After gastric bypass surgery, people are sometimes temporarily lactose intolerant. This recipe adds protein to the broth with soymilk. Ingredients:  1 cup soy milk [10g] 2 cups mashed potato puree  [16g] 3 cups chicken broth [6*3=18g] Directions:  Add all ingredients to blender or food processor and pulse until mixed into a runny smooth broth.  Freezes very well. Yields: 14 servings of 4 ounce creamed broth, at 3.14 grams protein per 40 oz serving.  This counts as your liquid intake as well as your protein intake.  You may…

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Traditional Gefilte Fish, 9 grams protein per 3 oz serving

Gefilte Fish is a traditional Jewish food.   This is a very easy meal to prepare and packed with high protein.  Gefilte Fish is ground up white fish sold in frozen rolls.  It is suggested that the rolls is cooked in water with sugar and spices.  Skip Greek Dill Dip if you are lactose intolerant. For the bariatric puree stage, it is best to purchase one unsweetened roll of gefilte fish from your supermarket’s freezer isle.  Allow the roll to defrost, and place raw mixture…

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Tuscan Omelette, 20 grams protein per 4 oz meal

Ingredients: 1 egg (6g) 1 ounce feta cheese (6g) 1 ounce shredded cheese (8g) 1 teaspoon bruschetta from jar ¼ ounce minced onions (1/4 slice from one ounce cubes) salt & pepper to taste Directions:  Spray small frying with oil. On medium heat, combine feta cheese, minced onions and bruschetta, cook until bubbling. Add egg, salt, pepper, and shredded cheese Mix or flip until cooked, about two minutes. Yields:  One portion of Tuscan omelette at 20 grams protein.   Related PostsChopped Liver, 20.75 grams protein per 2 oz.…

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Salmon Pâté, 6.03 grams protein per 2 oz portion

Ingredients: 3 cups or 6 slices of salmon, baked [6*24=144g] 1 cup greek yogurt [24g] ½ cup  sauteed onions 1/2 cup chicken broth  [3g] ½ cup milk [4 g] 1/4 cup lemon juice or pickle juice 1 teaspoon salt 3/4 teaspoon black pepper 1 tablespoon soy sauce 8 olives Directions:   Bake salmon in oven on 350 for twenty minutes. Discard skin. Finely grate olives. Combine all ingredients in food processor and mix until pureed. Yields: 25  portions of Salmon Pâté, 6.03 grams protein per 2 oz serving. Serving Suggestion: …

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CheeseCake Cup, 11.28 grams protein per 4oz serving

CheeseCake Cup: 16 oz. cottage cheese [56g] 1 package Jell-O Sugar-Free Instant Pudding and Pie Filling, Cheesecake Flavor 1 serving protein powder [21g] 4 tbsp fat-free milk [2g] 8 oz. fat-free or sugar-free cool whip Directions: Mix all ingredients in food processor until smooth. Chill and serve.  Lasts at least two weeks in the refrigerator. Yields: 7 portions @ 11.28 grams protein per 4oz serving     Related PostsChopped Liver, 20.75 grams protein per 2 oz. serving94  Ingredients: 1 pack calf liver, broiled (3 slices)[3*80=240g] 1 cup sauteed onions 2…

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Chicken Puree, 5.43 grams protein per 2 oz. servings

Ingredients: 2 Cups chicken cooked in soup [7*16=112g] 1 cup almond milk [1g] 2 cups clear chicken broth [6*2=12g] ½ cup  sauteed onions salt & pepper Directions: Cook chicken in soup, remove from pot.  Tear chicken away from bones, discard skin. Mix all ingredients in food processor until pureed. Yields: 23 2 oz. servings Chicken Puree, 5.43 grams protein per serving. Photograph of 10 gram protein meal: 2 oz portion Chicken Zucchini Souffle 2 oz portion Chicken Puree one disposable baby spoon. Related PostsTaco Meal Puree, 13 grams…

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Chopped Liver, 20.75 grams protein per 2 oz. serving

  Ingredients: 1 pack calf liver, broiled (3 slices)[3*80=240g] 1 cup sauteed onions 2 oz. 0% Greek Yogurt, 0% [2*4=8g] 1 cup Almond Milk [1g] Directions: Rinse and broil the liver on highest oven temperature for 10-15 minutes. Make sure to check that the edges do not burn.  Liver is broiled when the insides are no longer pink. Beat in food processor with the rest of ingredients until pureed. Yields: 12 2 oz. portions of pureed high protein meal. Serving Suggestion:  Serve with 2 ounces…

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