She's catching onto my tricks. She won't drink any of the flavored beverages like she used to. She'll usually drink the nutritional drinks (Ensure, Boost), but not always. I don't know if there should be a daily limit on how many of those she should drink. Other beverages that she would probably drink are full of sugar or acid (like soda) and I'm not sure she should have those. I don't want to make milkshakes because she seems to have issues with too much dairy. Oddly, the one time I gave her a diet cola, she complained it was "too burny" even though I watered it down just like they do at her favorite fast food place. Popsicles are out this time of year as she says it's too cold for those.
I could probably fatten her up a bit if I just fed her pure junk food (chips, chocolate, candy, cookies, etc.), but that's just asking for all sorts of other problems like constipation. The meals I cook are low-fat and healthy because I need to eat that way. I'm not sure what to give her that isn't full of sodium or sugar. Mac & cheese? She has trouble with pizza and Hot Pockets. Sometimes she eats more than I do and I'm the one that gains the weight. Ugh!