Know your meds and know your orders. Some facilities need an MD order to crush meds in medium of choice. Even still, an order that meds can be administered by family member <---which is a little bit of a grey area, so, use your resources and ask.
The moment that the daughter began complaining, is when the charge nurse could have made a difference. "I need to administer this medication. However, let me get the charge nurse to clarify things for you before we proceed further".
Use a paper brain (and there are lots of stickies on this site with great examples) and be sure to note if your patient has a crush order. If you do not know if a med is crushable, look it up or ask the pharmacist.
I KNOW you must be thinking "WELLLLL, if you are indeed going to do things like you do at home, by all means, take Mom home". We can all think these things time and again. However, going forward be sure you make the time to prepare for your day by just skimming the meds, how the patient takes them (as well as your orders, plan for the day) and the functional level of the patient. Be sure to let the oncoming nurse know in your report that patient takes meds crushed, that you got an order for same, and that hopefully, you also asked for a swallow eval order.
If you are "spoken to" about it, I would say that you learned what you need to do in the future. You will use your resources and ask for help in the moment.
Best wishes going forward.