Bariatric Recipes for Dinner

Below are some great bariatric recipes for dinner from registered dietitians and other weight loss surgery patients. While you're at it, return the favor by sharing your favorite recipe!


Your Favorite Bariatric Recipes for Dinner

What is your favorite dinner recipe?

In addition to providing the ingredients and instructions, please include:

1. Which procedure you had
2. How long after surgery you began eating this recipe
3. If you have them handy, please include nutrition facts (calories, protein, fat, carbs, sodium, fiber, cholesterol, sugar, etc.)

Also, if you know the instructions for procedures other than the one you had, please include them as well (i.e. after lap band surgery...., after gastric bypass..., after duodenal switch surger, after gastric sleeve surgery, etc.).

Bariatric recipes from registered dietitians and other patients

Click below to see contributions from other visitors to this page. Before trying any new recipe, check with your surgical team to make sure it fits well with your diet plan.

Balinese Shrimp 
Here's an easy one that I got from my support group. Let me know what you think! Surgery Guidelines After lap band and gastric bypass surgery: …

Crock Pot Chicken Fajitas (adapted from a "share" on Facebook) Not rated yet
Ingredients: 1 pound boneless, skinless chicken breasts 1 large yellow onion 2 bell peppers 1 pkg McCormick Fajitas seasoning 1 pkg either low …

Spinach, Mint & Ricotta Puree Not rated yet
This quick recipe is a very-high protein side dish that I serve alongside meat. It takes about 15 minutes to make from start to finish. Ingredients …

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