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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.
31 Jan 17
Oats Rava Idli by Tarla Dalal
Idlis are a breakfast favourite even outside South India. Fibre rich oats and rava combine to make delicious instant idlis that you can enjoy fresh off the steamer with sambhar
16 Apr 17
Mixed Nut and Berries Granola by Tarla Dalal
Granola bars are very handy snacks, which can help to fight sudden hunger pangs at work or when you are on the move. There are also innumerable possible variants of granola bars, so you will never get bored of them.
This yummy version, for example, combines sweet and tangy berries with crunchy n ....
01 Apr 17
Raspberry Oatmeal Nut Bars by Tarla Dalal
Guaranteed to please young and old alike, the Raspberry Oatmeal Nut Bars have an energizing combination of ingredients that gives it a wonderful texture and fabulous taste.
It is sweet, buttery, tangy and nutty, all in one package. With almonds and walnuts peeping out of a raspberry tinged base, ....
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.
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.
09 Dec 13
Oats Lollipop ( Finger Foods For Kids ) by Tarla Dalal
Unlike candy lollipops, you wouldn’t mind your children eating these. The oats, jaggery, nuts and sesame seeds all blend in nicely to make these lollipops crunchy and delicious. You can make them in advance and store them in air-tight containers.
06 Feb 17
Banana Milkshake by Tarla Dalal
Banana Milkshake is an all-time favourite milkshake, which is a great hit especially with kids! The best part about this milkshake is that it has a creamy and luscious consistency even without using ice-cream, all thanks to bananas.
The fruity-milky taste and the creamy mouth-feel make it a deli ....
05 May 17
Almond 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!
You can also try other smoothies like Black Grape Smoothie
26 Nov 13
Watermelon and Orange Juice by Tarla Dalal
Available through the year, watermelons are always a good addition to fruit juices. Add some readymade or fresh orange juice to create a refreshing and colourful concoction. Adjust the sugar accordingly.
01 Sep 16
20 Sep 14
Hariyali Matki Khichdi by Tarla Dalal
Appealing to look at, and soothing to taste, this Hariyali Matki Khichdi is chock-full of nutrients served in an irresistibly delicious form. This wholesome khichdi combines rice, moath beans and whole spices with a green paste comprised of coriander, green chillies, coconut, etc., resulting in a di ....
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!
21 Dec 16
Carrot Cake , Healthy Snack for Kids 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, milk and jaggery impart delicious flavours to this cake.
This ca ....
30 Mar 13
Ragi Roti ( Gluten Free Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
While not universally popular, ragi abounds in iron and calcium which helps to build haemoglobin and strengthen bones. Spring onions, carrots and green chilli paste add crunch and flavour to these ragi rotis.
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