Children love to munch on cookies anytime, anywhere. Cookies are every child’s favourite and with the wide varieties available in the market, it is a good time to be a child.
From the perennial favourite peanut butter cookies with the goodness of peanut butter, to banana cookies, and the slightly off-beat pumpkin and oat cookies, there are many options available. These are not only delicious, but also score high on the health quotient.
We look at some recipes of healthy cookies that you will not only feel good about baking, but also feeding it to your child.
With just three ingredients, these simple peanut butter cookies will delight kids and grown-ups alike - and they're gluten-free, too. The cookies are soft, thick, puffy, and will melt in your mouth. They are not hard or crunchy and your kids will...
These chocolate chip oatmeal cookies will please the kids and fill the biscuit barrel with yummy treats. Pop one or two in the lunch box as a surprise. Chocolate lovers will love the chips, and whole-grain seekers will appreciate the natural oats.
This chunky cookie is full of good things - dried cherries, coconut, oats and white chocolate chips. Bake up a batch to share with your family.
These biscuits are perfect lunch box treats! They are a great way to use up leftover ripe bananas. Using basic pantry ingredients, being nut-free and easy to make will keep them on the menu.
An easy recipe for chewy oatmeal cookies full of juicy strawberries and rich chocolate chunks. The best part is, at just 98 calories, they don’t taste healthy at all making them an ideal cookie for kids.
You can whip up these yummy, chewy almond biscuits with just three simple ingredients and in less than 10 minutes, you've got a taste sensation on your hands.
These oaty pumpkin biscuits are low in fat and high in taste. The pumpkin can be a secret ingredient and the kids will never know it's hidden in there. The pumpkin gives an extra taste to the biscuit.
The humble Anzac biscuit is a delightful tasting treat and it's extremely easy to make. Anzac biscuits were originally created to be a yummy and satisfying snack that would last longer than the average biscuit, and they still have this quality today!
These banana teething biscuits are great for babies to cut their teeth on. Baked twice to make them hard, they are very similiar to biscotti. Plus, these biscuits are enriched with the nutrients present in banana.
These heart-shaped cookies with a crunchy mint filling are fun for children to make and give as a present. What's more, these cookies are simple to make and will not take too much of time either.