Very very high calorie food/substance?!

Question: Very very high calorie food/substance!?
what is the MOST high calorie, fattening food you can think of!?
i need my daughter to gain some weight so i want to add something un notticable into some food!.
any ideas!?
please and thankss!.

p!.s!. she doesnt eat much because she has a small stomach so it would have to be something that would give a ton of calories in a small amount without her knowing!.

is there any recipes you may know where i can add some of this stuff in to get a REALLY high calorie cookie or something!?

You should try giving her nuts!. They are a high calorie substance and eating them during or after dinner will help pack on weight!. You can also give her high carb and starch foods such as wheat bread and potatoes!. If your kid has an eating disorder I suggest getting some help!. If your daughter is young you shouldn't worry too much because kids are often very skinny, but their weight is normal!. Don't stress too much!. M&ms also go well coupled with nuts and raisins!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

You can't get better than pure lard, but it isn't very palatable! Even so, polar explorers who need a huge daily calorific intake rely on it as do indigenous Arctic races who eat loads of blubber for similar reasons!.

Something much more palatable and highly fattening is another polar explorer favourite, Kendal Mint Cake!. It's very sweet and so most children find it irresistible but you'd need to keep on top of your daughter's dental protection!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

In no way should you deceive your child into eating something!. Its wrong and immoral, and just think of the consequences if she found out!. This is the type of parenting that can lead to anorexia, for crying out loud!. If you are concerned, ask your doctor and maybe get him to talk to her, but only if she is very thin or somewhat sickly!. Www@Answer-Health@Com

You can't force your daughter to gain weight--I find this question pretty offensive in itself!. If you think she has an eating disorder then talk to her doctor, but you cannot 'make' her eat!. Whatever you do will do more harm than good!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

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Ice cream- lol icecream has a good blend of fat and sugar- if your daughter is seriously underwieght it may be more advisable to take hher to a doctor than to underhandedly calorie load her food!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

I would think Ice cream would be the bet just to put on weight, but on the other hand there are high calorie shake mixes at health stores, and that would be more healthier!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

Try ice cream and extra toppings add a lot of calories or make her an ice cream shake!. Smoothies are high calorie, too!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

Donuts!.!.!.!. 1 donut is half your daily calorie intakeWww@Answer-Health@Com


what kind of mom are u!? y would u want that!?Www@Answer-Health@Com

maybe this will help ;

Macaroni and cheese!. It's an all-time favorite comfort food for both kids and adults, but it can wreak havoc with your diet!. A 12-ounce serving of Stouffer's macaroni and cheese has 529 calories, 25!.7 grams of fat, and 10!.6 grams of saturated fat!. Calories can climb higher when ingredients like high-fat meats or sausage are tossed in!. And some restaurants even sell deep-fried mac and cheese as an appetizer! Your best bet when eating out is simply to find another side dish!. At home, "modify the recipe by using a low-fat cheese, low-fat milk, and stretch it with additional vegetables to improve the nutritional profile and still taste great," says Liz Weiss, author of The Mom's Guide to Meal Makeovers!.

Cream-based soups, bisques and chowders!. "Warm soups and chowders feel so nutritious, but if they are loaded with cream, they are also loaded with calories," says Tallmadge!. Soups also tend to be high in sodium, and if you crumble salty crackers into the bowl or top with cheese, the sodium level soars even higher!. A one-cup serving of Harry's Lobster Bisque (Costco) has 380 calories, 27 grams of fat, 16 grams saturated fat, and 1,240 milligrams of sodium!. The New England clam chowder at Chili's, meanwhile, has 940 calories, 65 grams fat, and 34 grams of saturated fat!. "Choose soups that are broth based, like vegetable or minestrone, and pair it with a salad or a whole-wheat roll," suggests Tallmadge!.

Cream- and cheese-based casseroles, or those topped with cheese, bacon, fried onions, or buttered crackers!. Who doesn't love the traditional hash brown casserole, gooey with cheese and potatoes!? But brace yourself, because one serving has 568 calories, 40 grams of fat and 21 grams of saturated fat -- and this is for a side dish! Creamed, scalloped, and au gratin dishes may start out with healthy ingredients like broccoli, green beans, or potatoes!. But when you add cream, butter, and canned soups and top them with cheese, bacon, and/or fried breadcrumbs, you can easily quadruple the calories!. "Shave calories by substituting low-calorie mix-ins such as fat-free sour cream, low-fat cheese, or reduced-fat soups," says American Dietetic Association spokeswoman Suzanne Farrell!. For a tasty, healthy side dish, try oven-roasted vegetables -- 6 ounces of oven-roasted new potatoes has just 100 calories and 4!.5 grams of fat!.
# Cheesecake treats!. Cheesecakes are typically loaded with artery clogging fats!. In just one slice of chocolate Oreo mudslide cheesecake from the Cheesecake Factory, you get 1,050 calories, 71 grams of fat, and 34 grams of saturated fat!. And don't think ordering a muffin will save you when you're craving a cream-cheese treat!. Starbuck's pumpkin cream cheese muffin has 490 calories, 24 grams of fat, and 6 grams of saturated fat!. Better to skip these rich desserts and satisfy your sweet tooth with a 150-calorie Skinny Cow ice cream cone -- or suck on a peppermint for a mere 20 calories!. Www@Answer-Health@Com

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