@Sosad1 at this stage all calories count. She needs to be kept out of kitchen and you need to plate up her food. Cahms May have told you not to add anything to her food. iGNORE THIS. You need to get as much energy in as possible in every bite. You have fantastic opportunities to fortify her food with the meals you have mentioned above. You need to learn to be very heavy handed with adding oil, butter, cream, cheese, heavy coconut cream for curries, grated almonds. Fry everything instead of grill. Forget everything you have learnt about healthy cooking and eating. Healthy eating is high energy eating and she needs lots of fats. Don’t worry so much about fruit and veg at this stage which tend to fill kids up.
Lasagna is the perfect example, you can add cheese, oil, double cream in the cheese sauce. Rapeseed oil has no taste and can be added to lots of things.
curry also is fantastic for fortifying with coconut cream, double cream, oil, grated almonds and rice can soak up lots of oil.
you want to think of high calorie low volume when it comes to sauces.
do your homework to find the highest calorie food items. Tesco do large pitta breads. Kind cereal bars or nature valley have close to 200 cals compared with some cereal bars which only have 80 cals in them.
could you have a go at home made hummus- it is dead easy to make and means you can add oil.
where you can try serving things out of their packaging so you can fortify them or build up amount over time.
Is she having milk? You need to serve whole milk and fortify with cream ( add to bottle already in fridge).
anyway these are some ways I increased the energy content. It is very very difficult to put the weight on unless you fortify. xxxxxx