Alexxx5 saidTry it. Even small amounts of pure fat have a suppressant effect in the appetite disproportionate to their total volume. And even if you're still hungry, you've added a lot of good calories quickly and cheaply. Eating oil like this is a standard part of a clean bulking diet for hard gainers.
I do this already. What else do you recommend for hard gainers?
I'd suggest having 2-3 "super smoothies" per day using the ingredients listed below. Depending on how much of each ingredient you use, you can add 1000-2000 calories per smoothie to your diet, with 80-100 g protein and 100-300 g carbs.
2 scoops weight gainer protein blend
1-4 scoops frozen yogurt
8-16 oz milk (anywhere from skim to whole)
1-4 tbsps peanut butter
1-4 oz blueberries and/or strawberries
1-4 oz chia, hemp or flax seeds (for oil and fiber)
Blend all ingredients well and force yourself to drink it. If you have only one per day, have it immediately after intense weight training.
Expect some bloating and fat gain along with new muscle-- when bulking that's almost inevitable unless you're doing steroids. You can "cut" the fat and water later, but if you're not forcing enough carbs along with your protein (and here simple carbs can be ok), you won't see permanent muscle gain.
But don't load up unless you're really busting ass in the weight room and feel real hunger and good muscle soreness throughout the day.