Tuesday, June 25, 2013

30+ Soft Food Recipes

A couple of days ago I had oral surgery... it was awful! I was going crazy because I was tired of eating the same things over and over again, including ice cream! We all know that something's wrong if I'm getting tired of ice cream, right? Besides, I love to eat!! So basically these past weeks have been like some sort of punishment.

If you are going through something like this, I know you will love all of these soft food recipes ;)

from Happy Food Healthy Life

Nutella Banana French Toast from Wine & Glue

The Moistest Banana Nut Bread from Life After Laundry

Almond Milk Bread from Heather's French Press

Purely Apple- Applesauce from Life After Laundry

Cinnamon Roll Coffee Cake Pie from Crazy for Crust

Spiked Snickerdoodle Milkshake from The Pink Flour

Vietnamese Avocado Shake (Sinh tố bơ) from Je suis Alimentageuse

Bow-Tie Pasta Supreme from Confessions of a Cooking Diva

Chicken Chili Recipe from Lil' Luna

Cheesy Garlic Potatoes from {I Love} My Disorganized Life


Spinach Unstuffed Shells from Persnickety Plates

Corn and Mushroom Chowder from Life After Laundry

Creamy Baked Potato Soup from Clarks Condensed

Garlic Parmesan Rolls from Confessions of a Cooking Diva


Mozzarella & Potato Pie from Kayotic Kitchen

Pumpkin Pepper Soup from Organized Island

Quinoa 'Mac' and Cheese from Call Me PMc

Slow Cooker Chicken Noodle Soup from Life After Laundry

Stovetop Creamy Macaroni & Cheese from Persnickety Plates

Spinach and Kale Monster Soup from Je suis Alimentageuse


from The Kitchen is My Playground

8 Minute Mock Rice Pudding from Frugal Foodie Mama

from Heather's French Press

from Adventures in my Kitchen

from Adventures in my Kitchen

Lime Chiffon from Just My Crazy Kitchen

Easy S’more Bread Pudding from Clarks Condensed

Easy Chocolate Mousse from {I Love} My Disorganized Life

Enjoy!

16 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing my rolls and pasta dish. I can relate to how you felt. I got my wisdom teeth out a few years ago and lived on spaghetti O's for days. I could have used this list. By the way, I haven't eated Spaghetti O's since my oral surgery. LOL

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    1. Thank YOU for the great recipes ;) Oh myyyy! I really hated when I got my wisdom teeth out 5 years ago :/ and just like you, I was eating the same thing over and over again LOL. But in my case is wasn't spaghettis, it was mashed potatoes :P

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    2. Julie, I had mine out a couple months ago, darn I wish I would have thought about spaghetti-o's. That would have been good.

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  2. Thank you so much for including my Brown Sugar-Baked Peaches, Mariely! I sure ate a lot of frozen yogurt when I had my wisdom teeth out. Hope you're feeling better!
    Tracey @ The Kitchen is My Playground

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    1. Thank you Tracey, I'm feeling a lot better! I'm glad to have one of your recipes in this round-up :) Oh, I forgot about yogurt!!

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  3. Great round up! Everything looks delicious!

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  4. Thanks for featuring my recipes! I will probably need this in the near future...I'm pretty sure my wisdom teeth are coming in :(

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    1. Oh I'm sorry Katie :/ but I'm sure everything will be okay. You just need to get ready to rest and eat soft food. I love your recipes, so it's a pleasure to have them in this round-up ;)

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  5. Thanks for including my recipes. I'm so glad all of that is over now and you are back to normal. I will definitely pin this because a lot of times there is food restrictions with a lot of surgeries.

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    1. You know I love your recipes my friend! So thank you ;) Yea, I'm glad that now I can eat whatever I want to!! Lol.

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  6. Thank you so much for including my french toast. I so feel your pain... when I got my wisdom teeth out I was so sick of yogurt and jello... I just wanted real food! I hope your feeling better now!

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    1. Thanks so much Holly! I love your recipes and I'm glad to have your french toast as part of the round-up :)

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  7. This is a terrific collection of really soft foods - thanks for sharing. I'm going to pin it onto my Braces-Friendly Recipe Board at Metal Mouth Media, where we post info for "taking the bite out of braces." Such similar issues, but it's all worth it! - Pam Waterman, Author of The Braces Cookbook: Recipes You (and Your Orthodontist) Will Love

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  8. Thanks for posting, fixing to major dental work done, and I will be on a soft food diet for 3 months.

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