Wellness - Nutrition | 3-18 yrs

6 Traditional, Healthy Recipes For Your Child

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Most children are picky eaters. They prefer a burger over a healthy meal. However, healthy food is necessary for their overall growth and development.

If your child hates oats, you can always offer him oats rava idli. Make roti healthier by adding besan to it.

This ClipBook contains six traditional recipes that are loaded with nutrients and are sure to be a hit with your child.

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Oats Rava Idli

Idlis are a breakfast favourite even outside South India. Fibre-rich oats and rava combine to make delicious instant idlis that you can enjoy fresh off the steamer with sambar and chutney.

Ragi Roti

Ragi roti is considered to be rich in proteins. Check out this simple way to make it.

Soya Tur Dal Roti

A healthy combination of 3 flours with tur dal makes this a real star recipe! Tur dal not only enhances the flavour but also adds vitamin B complex to these rotis.

Broken Wheat Upma

Broken wheat upma is the simplest South Indian breakfast one can ever make. Wheat has ample protein, calcium, fibre and other nutrients essential for an energetic and healthy lifestyle. You can make broken wheat upma attractive to kids by adding t...

Mixed Vegetable Masala Dosa

Dosas are delicious Indian-pancakes, only that they are not sweet. Like idly, you eat the dosas with chutneys or potato curry. This masala dosa recipe tells you how you can bring the goodness of veggies to the breakfast table.

Ven Pongal

An easy and healthy rice dish, ven pongal can also be served for lunch! The recipe is also ideal for younger kids just starting on solid food.

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