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Inculcating healthy eating habits in your kids from an early age is an investment in their future! It will ensure a healthier and happier future for them. However, it is not easy to make kids eat healthy foods the way adults do. Greens and salads might not excite them as much as they excite you! So, try to pack more nutrition into the treats they love, like Banana Walnut Muffins, Baked Nachni Sev and Potato Pops.
26 Nov 13
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!
14 Jun 11
09 Apr 15
Baked Bread Rolls by Tarla Dalal
These delicious Baked Bread Rolls are much better than the deep-fried rolls, which tend to get oily at times. On the other hand, these baked rolls are really crispy and sure to be enjoyed by adults and kids alike. Not only that, this unique recipe has an Oriental touch too, because it is stuffed wit ....
05 Nov 15
Baked Nachni Sev by Tarla Dalal
Nachni is one of the best sources of iron, and having it as a roti is a very good idea. But have it too often in the same form, and you will tend to get bored.
So, once you understand the nutrient profile of an ingredient, it is good to explore various ways in which it can be included in your di ....
14 Jun 11
Baked Puris by Tarla Dalal
Crisp, baked multi-flour puris are a great alternative to other fried snacks.
14 Jun 11
Banana Walnut Muffins by Tarla Dalal
Refined flour is unhealthy and is advisable for kids to avoid it as much as possible. However I have added nutrient rich oats, banana and walnuts to make these muffins healthier.
26 Nov 13
Black Grape Smoothie by Tarla Dalal
You won’t believe how well black grapes can go with curds till you try this! not only is it easy on the eye, it’s also filling and hugely satisfying. One glass of this smoothie should keep you going till it’s time to eat again!
12 Aug 14
Broken Wheat Upma ( Fun Food For Children) by Tarla Dalal
Break out of the routine! reach out for the wheat dalia jar rather than for semolina when you make breakfast tomorrow. Wheat has ample protein, calcium, fibre and other nutrients essential for an energetic and healthy lifestyle. You can make the broken wheat upma attractive to kids by adding their f ....
03 Jul 15
Bulgur Wheat and Paneer Pulao by Tarla Dalal
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 spic ....
23 Sep 13
Carrot and Coriander Roti by Tarla Dalal
Colourful and nutritious, these carrot and coriander infused rotis made of rice flour and soya flour make a perfect mini meal with a bowl of curds and khichdi.
10 May 14
Carrot and Paneer Toast by Tarla Dalal
While most people are tuned to a breakfast of toast and cereals, there are times when all of us yearn for a change. Here is a delicious, vitamin-rich breakfast option, make with toasted brown bread slices topped with a sumptuous mixture of low-fat cottage cheese, grated carrots, tomatoes et al. You ....
14 Dec 15
Carrot Cake ( Baby and Toddler Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Older children enjoy cake as an occasional treat but plain sponge cakes can be a little boring for them. Carrots have been added as they add variety and also provide substantial amounts of vitamin a and fibre. Cinnamon, nutmeg, honey and jaggery impart delicious flavours to this cake. This cake is r ....
14 Jun 11
20 Aug 11
Chat Pati Frankies by Tarla Dalal
Let us wave our magic wands and turn boring chapatis into exciting frankies! And guess what, we are going to use all your favourite veggies and yummy paneer too. With the addition of peppy chaat masala and a bit of handiwork, the veggies turn into a tasty filling, which is tightly rolled up into the ....
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