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Recipes for Toddlers (1-3 Years) recipes





What you give your children when they are 1-3 years of age is very important, because the nutritional needs of kids are high at this age. Plus, if they do not get used to variety at this stage, they are unlikely to enjoy different foods at a later age! So, try to include more types of food in their diet, like the Dal and Vegetable Soup, Fruity Chana Salad, etc. We have tried to make the recipes as interesting as possible, to encourage the naughty, impatient little explorers to eat well!

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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# 3103
14 Dec 15

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Cheesy Corn and Vegetable Cutlets ( Baby and Toddler) by Tarla Dalal
These mouth-watering and colourful cutlets are a great way to lure your kids into having a whole lot of nutritious ingredients! Grate the vegetables finely so that it is easy for your child to consume, and to make it all the more attractive you can roll the cutlets in fancy shapes and sizes. ....
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Recipe# 36859
16 May 08

 
Cheesy Risotto ( Recipe for Toddlers) by Tarla Dalal
Make this cheesy creamy delicacy with kid's all time favourite "rice' and watch your child dwell into this dish.
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Recipe# 3063
14 Dec 15

 
Chickoo Milkshake ( Baby and Toddler) by Tarla Dalal
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 re ....
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Recipe# 36863
16 May 08

 
Creamy Pumpkin Soup ( Recipe for Toddlers) by Tarla Dalal
This creamy soup will make your kids fall in love with pumpkin which otherwise is avoided by them.
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Recipe# 36857
16 May 08

 
Crunchy Drops ( Recipe for Toddlers) by Tarla Dalal
A delicious snack for packed lunch which your child will surely enjoy in his play school!
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Recipe# 3086
14 Dec 15

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Dal and Vegetable Soup ( Baby and Toddler) by Tarla Dalal
This colourful soup is a good way to combine dal and vegetables, giving your little one the combined benefits of protein from dal and iron, folic acid, vitamin A and fibre from vegetables. Since this soup uses naturally flavourful veggies, you do not need any spices in this soup. Plus, the uni ....
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Recipe# 3096
14 Dec 15

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Fruity Chana Salad ( Baby and Toddler) by Tarla Dalal
Salads have great nutritive value and should be a part of your baby's meals. While most little ones are not enthusiastic about salads, if you include a few of their preferred ingredients, they won't even notice they're eating a salad. You can add any fruits your baby likes to supplement ....
Recipe# 34709
20 Apr 11

 
Kachur - A Herbal Powder 
by rajni ahuja
My grand mother was very good naturopath and social worker. Helped and cured many people, free as s part of service to people ,this powder was important part of treatment.
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Recipe# 40478
14 Dec 15

 
Mini Bajra and Oats Uttapa ( Baby and Toddler) by Tarla Dalal
‘Mini’ is the best format to serve your child, as it is easy for her to handle all by herself! But the best part is that this recipe is mini only in size, but maxi in nutrient value, all thanks to carefully chosen ingredients like iron-rich bajra and fibre-rich oats. Grated carrot improves the ....
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Recipe# 40479
14 Dec 15

 
Mini Mixed Moong Dal Chila ( Baby and Toddler) by Tarla Dalal
This recipe is a perfect example that children are capable of eating the same dishes you eat – just that you need to tweak them a bit to make them baby-friendly. In fact, you need to introduce them to dishes that are part of your routine meal, rather than keep cooking their comfort foods, so t ....
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Recipe# 3093
14 Dec 15

 
Multigrain Palak Paneer Roti ( Baby and Toddler) by Tarla Dalal
The Multigrain Palak Paneer Roti is a delicious way to introduce your baby to other cereals like jowar and bajra, in flour form. These flours are richer than wheat flour in fibre as well as in iron and folic acid, which are essential to build up haemoglobin stores. This experimentation is esse ....
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Recipe# 3092
14 Dec 15

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Paneer and Vegetable Paratha ( Baby and Toddler) by Tarla Dalal
Parathas make terrific toddler food since they can usually be enjoyed without parental supervision. Most babies will often hold onto a piece and nibble away while they're busy doing their own thing. It is also a superb option for moms to hide varied ingredients inside the dough! Here, for exam ....
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Recipe# 3091
14 Dec 15

 
Plum and Banana Purée ( Baby and Toddler Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Sharp or acidic fruits like plums are not easily accepted by babies. But these fruits provide plenty of vitamin c and should be included in their diet. Adding some mashed banana tones down the sharpness of the plums and keeps both baby and you happy.
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