What Can I Eat with My Braces?

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  • What Can I Eat with My Braces?

    15 Aug 2016 | 0 Comments

    We created "Stuff Your Brace Face" because eating with braces is a new and unique experience. We advise our patients to eat soft, room temperature foods for the first week or while their teeth are sensitive. While we know everyone loves smoothies and ice cream, this blog is for the day you need something more. Here are some suggestions that were tested and approved by the always hungry Isaacson family.

  • GOLDEN LEEK AND POTATO SOUP

    17 Aug 2016 | 0 Comments

    Okay take out the word ‘leek’ and this soup will suddenly become totally appealing to kids! Plus lets be real it sounds like an amazing dinner for you too.

  • Banana Bread

    16 Aug 2016 | 0 Comments

    Banana bread is the perfect soft breakfast or snack for a ‘one week old’ braces wearer. Attempting to get your kids to eat fruit might be a challenge, and while combing it with sugar and butter isn’t the healthiest alternative it’s definitely more fun. Plus you’ll feel less guilty about eating it compared to a chocolate chip cookie… maybe

  • Brown Sugar Salmon

    16 Aug 2016 | 0 Comments

    The perfect way to ‘trick’ kids into eating salmon. It may still look like fish, but it tastes and smells like pro sugar heaven. Plus fish is softer than most meats and gentler on the teeth.

  • BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP

    16 Aug 2016 | 0 Comments

    A perfect winter (or sadly in this case Spring) treat! It’s sweet enough that your kids will love it but also healthy, filling & smooth enough to be a braces friendly food!

  • Healthy and Easy (to make & chew)

    16 Aug 2016 | 0 Comments

    Pan-Seared Tuna with Ginger Vinaigrette

  • Mac and Cheese to put your Teeth at Ease

    16 Aug 2016 | 0 Comments

    We all know that Mac and Cheese is a winner for kids (and adults too). But Mac and Cheese can have a lot of steps and involve half of your pots and bowls. This simple recipe is not only easy to make, but also easy to eat! Elbow noodles are easiest to chew with sore teeth and the smooth creamy sauce won’t get stuck in your braces… (which can happen with tomato sauce sometimes- and we can’t let that happen!

  • Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie

    16 Aug 2016 | 0 Comments

    Mushy breakfast is not usually the most desirable for kids and ice cream is just too much sugar to have for all three meals. This peanut butter banana smoothie is filling, healthy and kid friendly. Plus it’s delicious and couldn’t be more simple.

  • Potato, Egg, EVOO heaven

    16 Aug 2016 | 0 Comments

    In all honesty we made this in the hopes of it being a smooth potato and egg dish that would be great for sensitive teeth. It was not as soft as we expected, but it was 10 times more delicious, so we thought we’d include it anyway. After it cools down a little it is still soft enough for a new braces wearer to eat after the initial day or two.