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Here is a treasure trove of recipes that is sure to please your kids! From seven months to 15 years, we have umpteen recipes for each age group. From entertaining snacks to healthy recipes with a high nutritional value, from recipes that kids can cook themselves to finger foods to gobble as they chat, this section has a large variety to pick from.

We also have a huge selection of healthy recipes, as ample nutrition is very essential for growing kids, and it is always a challenge to make them eat it! With these interesting and tasty recipes, the task will become much easier.


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An interesting way to consume healthy sprouts! This protein-rich chaat makes an excellent anytime snack for your kids, and will boost their energy levels when they are tired. A no-fuss snack, it will take just a few minutes to mix the Sprouts and Corn Chatpata Chaat if you have prepared the chutney beforehand. The crunchy garnish is what transforms it into an exciting form that kids will love to sink their teeth into.
A fruity meal that all babies will love. This recipe will also encourage your baby to "chew" the food before she swallows it. Most babies like to chew on biscuits, even if they have no teeth. A biscuit has been included in this recipe to add a little crunch and a taste of familiarity so that they enjoy this pudding more.
Flaked rice and papad sautéed with spices, peanuts and coconut. Use a thin variety of poha commonly known as "nylon poha", to make a crispier snack. This recipe can be stored in an air-tight container for several days. Add the roasted and crushed papad to it just before you are ready to serve.
Leave alone children, even adults love the traditional, evergreen Til Chikki! This simple recipe gives a high dose of calcium and iron, which are wonder nutrients for your growing baby. We have made the recipe child-friendly by using a small amount of jaggery to sweeten it. While this gives a pleasant sweetness, it is not as sweet as what you get in the market. Let them nibble on this delightful snack between meal times, but be around to ensure they are chewing properly as such dry and crisp foods could cause choking if the children stuff themselves with it.
These scrumptious cutlets are made of ragi and broccoli, perked up with spice powders, mint and spring onions. Potatoes add to the volume of the cutlet mix, while mint and spring onions give it a fabulous aroma and flavour. The Ragi and Broccoli Cutlets are rolled in oats, to give the outer surface a unique texture and also to avoid refined flours.Enjoy this multi-textured and fabulously flavoured snack fresh off the tava for the best experience. Devour these crisp and yummy cutlets with cutney and a cup of hot Coffee or a cool refreshing drink like Angoor ka Sherbat .
Bulgur wheat has a rustic flavour and chewy texture, which makes it popular amongst many people. Not only that, it is also quite satiating and wholesome making it a wonderful alternative to rice. Here is a delicious pulao made with broken wheat and paneer perked up with other veggies and simple spices. A dash of lemon juice and chopped coriander add a real peppy touch to the Bulgur Wheat and Paneer Pulao, making it a tongue-tickling delight!
A crisp and fun food that your kids will love to behold when they eagerly open their tiffin boxes. Made with soya flour, methi and dhania leaves, these Hariyali Soya Puris are brimful of nutrients, and offer a perfect energy boost just when your kids need it. Remember to roll the puris very thinly so they turn out crisp on deep-frying.

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