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Did you know that all the calcium in our bodies is stored in the bones and teeth! That explains why calcium is so important in the growing years, when bones and teeth develop. Give your kids the calcium they need in the form of tasty dishes that they cannot refuse! How about a Creamy Spinach Toast or Fresh Fruit Raita? Discover many more such calcium-rich treats in this section.

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Recipe# 39025
26 Nov 13

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Almond and Banana Smoothie 
by Tarla Dalal
Fruit and nuts complement each other no matter in what form. When you don’t have time for a cooked breakfast whip up a hearty almond and banana smoothie for instant energy!
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Recipe# 30810
16 May 12

 
Almond Til Chikki by Tarla Dalal
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Crunchy munchy chikkis! Who can say no to them, or stop with just one for that matter! These healthy chikkis will not only make your children happy but also meet their calcium requirement.
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Recipe# 4808
14 Jun 14

 
Almond Til Chikki ( Calcium Rich Recipes) by Tarla Dalal
Dazzle your kids with these crispy treats as a dessert or for a healthy snack and make up for their calcium requirements.
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Recipe# 3062
14 Dec 15

 
Apple Strawberry Purée ( Baby and Toddler Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Strawberries are sharper in flavour than other fruits, so use a mild fruit like apple to tone it down. Milk provides calcium and strawberries supplement it with vitamin c which is extremely essential to strengthen your baby's immunity. You can also use bananas instead of apples.
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Recipe# 3057
14 Dec 15

 
Apricot and Fig Puree by Tarla Dalal
Most babies take to figs very enthusiastically because of their mildly sweet taste and grainy texture - something new for their palates. Apricot and fig puree, thinned down with milk, is a good combination rich in vitamin A and fibre. Milk adds calcium which is required for the healthy development o ....
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Recipe# 33463
01 Jan 01

 
Baked Potatoes ( Eat Well Stay Well Recipes ) by Tarla Dalal
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Baked potatoes, when stressed, one wants to hog onto high calorie foods, which adds those unwanted extra kilos. Here is a low calorie temptation using potatoes to relieve you from that danger. It is also rich in calcium, iron, vitamin a, and folic acid. However, remember anything in excess is bad fo ....
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Recipe# 5630
16 Jun 08

 
Banana and Pineapple Smoothie 
by Tarla Dalal
Staying young means staying fit, supple and flexible! Here is a delicious Banana and Pineapple Smoothie that will help you do just that. Made of fruits, low-fat milk and curds, this smoothie is a great way to include calcium-rich dairy products in your diet. The vitamin C in pineapple aids the a ....
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Recipe# 4656
11 Sep 14

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Banana Apple Porridge by Tarla Dalal
A healthy duet of grains like broken wheat and oats with fruits like banana and apples, this porridge is flavoursome and truly tempting. Sautéing the broken wheat and oats before cooking chases away the raw smell, while the cinnamon powder and fruits enhance the flavour and aroma further. The Banana ....
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Recipe# 3066
14 Dec 15

 
Banana Apple Pudding ( Baby and Toddler Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
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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 en ....
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Recipe# 39023
26 Nov 13

 
Banana Apple Smoothie by Tarla Dalal
Ensure your fruit intake for the day through this healthy mix of banana, apple and curds. The mild flavours of apple and banana complement each other, and give your day a gentle but filling start.
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Recipe# 3058
14 Dec 15

 
Banana Smoothie ( Baby and Toddler Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Bananas are a very baby friendly fruit and one of the very few that babies can eat raw. Bananas when combined with curds and orange juice in this velvety concoction provide your baby with energy, carbohydrates, iron, calcium, vitamin a and vitamin c.
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Recipe# 1881
15 Dec 14

 
Banana Yoghurt Milkshake 
by Tarla Dalal
A luscious drink that is sure to energize every inch of your body! The ever-popular flavour of banana gets all the more exciting when combined with fresh curds, sweet nutmeg and vanilla. Use absolutely chilled milk and if possible chilled curds too to make the Banana Yoghurt Milkshake so you will ge ....
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Recipe# 3095
14 Dec 15

 
Beetroot and Carrot Raita ( Baby and Toddler) by Tarla Dalal
Well, your baby is getting older and it is time to think of planning meals with a main dish and an accompaniment too! You could, for example, serve parathas and pulaos with this colourful and tasty raita made of nutritious carrot and beetroot, combined with curds and seasoned with jeera powder ....
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Recipe# 39293
11 Sep 14

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Beetroot and Sesame Roti 
by Tarla Dalal
A colourful roti tinged by the pink shades of beetroot and the savoury touch of til, with coriander powder and chilli powder for added flavour, the Beetroot and Sesame Roti is an ideal breakfast to pack in your kids’ lunch boxes as it is non-messy, tasty and healthy too!
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