Category Archives: Yogurt

Jello Cheese Cups, 13 grams protein per 4 ounce serving

Looking for protein powder ideas? Combine with Jello and get rid of chalky drinks forever.  Turns to liquid in the mouth, so it might be okay to try this in the full liquids stage when protein shakes and yogurts are allowed. Ingredients:  1 cup soymilk (10g) 1 pack sugar-free jello, favorite flavor (4g) 1 serving protein powder (21g) ½ cup cottage cheese (10g) 1 serving Dannon Light-n-fit Greek Yogurt, favorite flavor (5.43 oz, 12g) Directions: Combine cheese, yogurt and protein powder and stir well until smooth.…

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Chocolate Protein Ice Cream, 15.25 grams protein per serving

Easy recipe to mix together and freeze.  Double and triple this recipe to save on prep time. Ingredients: 3 ounces 0% Greek yogurt(9g) 1 ounce soymilk  (1.25g) 1 packet Carnation Instant Breakfast, no sugar chocolate (5g) Eat as is for a pudding treat, or freeze for a perfect, smooth and creamy ice cream.  See protein bullets below: Chocolate Protein Bullets, 5 grams per one ounce cube Mix and freeze in ice cube trays. Each cube will be once ounce. Use cubes to add extra protein to…

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Greek Dill Dip, 3 grams protein per ounce

This is my all-time favorite essential recipe for the bariatric puree stage.  I add this dill dip to tuna salad, salmon pate, gefile fish, and even mashed potato.  This is an easy way to supplement extra grams of protein to complete a meal. Ingredients: 1 cup 0% Greek Yogurt  [24g] 2 ounces milk [2 g] 2 tablespoons Gourmet Garden Dill Paste 1 teaspoon Gourmet Garden Lemongrass paste, optional Directions: Combine all ingredients and stir with a spoon. Yields:  1/2 pound Greek Dill Yogurt Dip at 3 grams protein…

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Mashed Potatoes, 1 gram protein per 2 oz serving

An important basic foundation recipe for mashed potatoes with added protein. This recipe can used to add thickening to broths in the full liquid stage. Ingredients: 4 large Idaho potatoes -or- 4 lbs. 1 cup Milk [8g] 4 oz. Greek Yogurt, 0%  [3*4=12g] 1 cup sauteed onions Directions: Peel and chop potatoes into cubes. Boil potatoes in water until tender–about 15 to 20 minutes.   When potatoes are done, remove from heat and drain immediately. Combine all ingredients in food processor until pureed. Yields: 31 portions of mashed potatoes…

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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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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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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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