Welcome to Healing Well's Wrapped Club! At 7 days you're in the midst of the toughest part of recovery. Interestingly, although many here stick with liquids, then pureed foods, my surgeon gave me the go-ahead to eat anything "that could be chewed to a liquid" at Day 6, and at that point my life was much easier. Like you, I don't enjoy the sweet foods, and the broth at all.
Here's a URL to a good document with food suggestions:
It's very normal for your wrap to hurt after some swallowing. In the first couple of weeks there are times when you just don't want to swallow. It will get better...hang in there.
Be sure once you start eating regular foods that you take tiny bites and chew, chew, chew.
Also, I don't know if your surgeon prepared you, but during the first two weeks your wrap becomes increasingly more swollen to peak somewhere around day 14. Because of that your swallowing will become more difficult before it gets easier. Once you're past that peak swelling your swallowing will gradually improve.
Good luck to you!