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Jar Snacks recipes
These snacks can be made in bulk and stored in airtight jars, so when kids suddenly come to you and demand something to satiate their hunger, you can immediately serve up yummy delights like Khakhra Chivda, Cheese Sticks or Namkeen Shakarpara without a second thought!
14 Jun 14
15 Jun 14
Bajra Chakli by Tarla Dalal
Crisp and crumbly bajra and wheat flour savouries flavoured with kalonji, the Bajra Chakli is sure to be an exciting experience for you. Chakli presses are available at most utensil stores, and it takes only a little bit of practice to start using them. And, once you get the hang of it, you can quic ....
14 Jun 11
Baked Puris by Tarla Dalal
Crisp, baked multi-flour puris are a great alternative to other fried snacks.
20 Feb 14
Banana Pepper Wafers ( Faraal Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
A low-calorie, anytime and all-time favourite. Let us minus the oil and make a healthy version in the microwave, so that your fasting is truly fat free.
17 Apr 14
Beetroot Shakkarpara by Tarla Dalal
Traditional savouries have a timeless appeal, yet we sometimes hesitate to indulge in these for fear of adding too many calories! however, with a little thought and experimentation it is possible to optimize the taste and calorie count of most snacks, as in the case of this beetroot shakkarpara. Her ....
12 Aug 14
Cheese Straws by Tarla Dalal
Cheese-based tidbits do not have to be store bought. Here is how you can make crispy cheese straws at home to amaze the kids at home. While it might take a little practice to master this, it is not so difficult if you follow the instructions to the t. What is more, it does not even call for any exot ....
02 Oct 15
Corn Flakes Chivda ( Tiffin Treats) by Tarla Dalal
Kids love corn flakes. Why not send it as a surprise treat in their snack box, in a dry and savoury form?
In this innovative Corn Flakes Chivda recipe, crisp-fried corn flakes are combined with crunchy peanuts, chana dal and spice powders to make a really exciting snack, which can be stored in a ....
14 Jun 11
Golpapdi ( Healthy Snacks For Kids) by Tarla Dalal
Traditionally made of whole wheat flour, easy and flavoursome Golpapdi can also be made more innovatively using a mix of jowar flour, soya flour and rice flour. Make them in advance and store in airtight containers so you can satisfy your hunger pangs with something sweet and healthy!
14 Jun 11
Healthy Chivda by Tarla Dalal
Made in just 1 teaspoon of oil, this puffed cereal and cornflakes chivda is lighter and healthier than the original.
14 Jun 11
Healthy Crunchies by Tarla Dalal
Add iron to your child's diet and ensure high hemoglobin levels with this multi-flour crunchy snack.
24 Nov 13
Instant Wheat Flour Chakali by Amarendra Mulye
Although the traditional chakalis are made from chakali bhajani, the given method is also a traditional way of making instant chakalis where the flour is cooked in pressure cooker before making chakalis
19 May 11
Italian Kharapara by Radha Hoizal
This is an indian dish with italian touch. Enjoyable for the children this vacation.
30 Mar 13
Jowar Date and Cashewnut Cookie ( Gluten Free Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Indulge your child’s sweet tooth with these yummy and nutritious date and cashewnut cookies! this iron-rich treat will ensure optimum high brain function and development and assist your child’s growth as well. Wholesome jowar flour and soya flour replace refined flour in these cookies, while iron-ri ....
14 Dec 15
Jowar Sesame Bread Sticks ( Baby and Toddler Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
This version of bread sticks is more wholesome than the regular bread sticks made from refined flour (maida). It's also an interesting way to introduce different kinds of cereals in your baby's diet.
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