Fully liquidised or pureed meals, any ideas?

Just wondered if anyone has suggestions on where to find and thoughts
Stephen

Hi @Seb1 can you elaborate a little more please. There will be lots of support and advice here. I think a lot of people have said about shakes full of good nutrition on a different thread. But hopefully they will support this too and share their advice in here good luck Loraine

Hi Loshy

I’m familiar with nutrient shakes i was hoping for advice on fully liquidised meals such as pie mash veg etc

Stephen

@Seb1 hi again, all I can suggest is if you cook normal food is that you liquidise to a a consistent that will be ok to eat for your wife. Either runny, or glupy as I call middle no chewing as liquid form :grinning: there’s lots of ideas on line if you take a look. Good luck

Loshy

yeah i’m to lazy lol was hoping people might know where to get pre prepared onrs

Stephen

@Seb1 they will you will probably get more answers soon .

To be honest with you, I would look in the soup section, or canned meal section of the local supermarket. I’ve seen stuff there like stews et cetera. Baby food does things like cottage pie, but the servings are very small. The aforementioned would probably be cheaper than buying from a company that sells puréed food specifically for an adult market. Things like mash and gravy are good, the gravy has all the protein in it.

What about fixing just what you eat for supper, and put a portion in a blender? Strange, but could work. I love pea soup. Easy to make and very nutritious and high in protein. Mashed potatoes with shredded cheese mixed in, until it melts, then thinned with a little butter and milk. YUM. Greek yogurt and mashed banana is great, too. They make baby food for toddlers, so it has more consistency than regular baby food.

Try Wiltshire farm foods online service with a selection of puréed products. Home delivery ,great service I buy them for my mother

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@Joste We used these for Mum as well at the beginning. Very good service

axn

Thanks for advice :grinning:

Joste,

Ive considered that, what is your mums feedback

Stephen

I think she likes the meals that I buy for her , she has dementia. I have tried the odd bit and it seems OK

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