I know that she doesn't remember eating and thinks she's hungry because within 15 minutes of a meal she will say she is starving and hasn't eaten all day. I've had to take all the readily edibles out of the pantry and lock the refrigerator, else food migrates to her bedroom closet, is hidden and spoils - and she's still on the prowl for more food. Her Dr. says that many who suffer Dementia crave more intense tastes and that is true of her. She will use a sweet tea mix meant to make 1/2 gallon in 1/2 glass of water (if I don't catch it first). She loves peanut butter and a hugely sugared drink called Bolthouse which I provide to her in moderation - as in, some each day, but not free use. If I left out the peanut butter jar, it would be gone in two hours. If she has access to a case of canned drinks, she will drink all 24 in one day. So there is NO self moderation. Her Doctor says let her have what she wants (craves) and I agree, but I just can't imagine that a jar of peanut butter and 24 Cokes is good for her. She gets 3 square meals a day which she enjoys. Weight is not a problem at this point (her metabolism must be very high). I just need something tasty that I can give her a LOT of when ever she says she's hungry. Any ideas?