Chickoo Milkshake ( Baby and Toddler)


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Chickoo is a very baby-friendly fruit because of its natural sweetness, mild flavour and easy to swallow texture. Children are therefore sure to relish this tasty Chickoo Milkshake that combines the goodness and yummy taste of chickoo with the calcium and protein of milk.


It is important to remember to remove the pith carefully and to peel off a nice thick layer of the skin, as these portions may hinder your baby's digestion.


You can also boil and cool the milk in advance, so that you get a nice, mildly-cold milkshake to serve to your baby

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Preparation Time:     Makes 1 glass
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Ingredients

1/2 cup peeled , deseeded and chopped chickoo
1/2 cup milk

Method
  1. Combine both the ingredients in a mixer and blend till smooth.
  2. Transfer the milkshake into a glass and serve immediately.

Nutrient values for 1 glass
EnergyProteinCarbohydratesInvisible FatCalcium
132 kcal 3.7 gm 18.5 gm 4.8 gm 138.5 mg

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Chickoo Milkshake ( Baby and Toddler)
5
 on 26 Oct 15 12:33 PM


My baby loves chickoo and hence this milkshake as well… I whip this up on days when she has left food in dinner plate to catch up on some nutrients.