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Gluten Free Kids Indian recipes. Is your gluten-sensitive kid craving for favourites like idlis, dosas, pizzas, pastas and wraps? Well, this exclusive kiddie section gives you innumerable gluten-free recipes, which will delight your children and ensure that they do not miss the tabooed foods. What is more, most of these recipes are not just tasty but quite wholesome too!
Try the Chatpata Rajma Wrap which has rotis made of rice flour instead of wheat flour. With slight modifications, you can put amazing gluten free dishes on the table for your little ones.
Chatpata Rajma Wrap
Gluten Free Indian Breakfast for Kids
Upma is a favourite breakfast fare in many parts of India. Being made with semolina, it doesn’t form a part of a gluten free diet. You can it in the form of Quinoa Upma, which has a similar texture and taste.
Quinoa Veg Upma, Vegan Breakfast
There are so many options for Gluten free Breakfast. From the basic Idli to Rasam Idli to Idli curry are there to be had with Gluten free Tomato Chutney.
Rasam Idli, Idli Rasam
Then there are a large collection of Dosas to have as they are made up of rice and dal. There is the classic Dosa which can be enjoyed with Coconut Chutney. This is a complete gluten free breakfast option.
You can make Karnataka’s famous Akki Roti, which is made with rice flour and further made aromatic and flavoursome with the use of onions, carrot, coconut, garlic, ginger, green chillies and coriander. This roti has a very soft dough, which isn’t rolled but patted directly on the tava and cooked.
Akki Roti, Karnataka Rice Flour Roti
Healthy Indian Gluten Free Kids Recipes
All kids love pizzas! But the pizzas base being made with maida or durum wheat (both by products of wheat), it is not suggested as a gluten free fare. Here we present a gluten free pizza – Bhakhri Pizza. The base is made with jowar flour and bajra flour and cooked till crisp. Make your own pizza sauce to top on this healthy base, garnish with cheese and enjoy it!
Secondly what features on their list is pasta. Well, all you have to do is buy the gluten free pasta available in the market and mix and match with the veggies and sauce of your kid’s choice. A simple Gluten Free Pasta in Tomato Sauce is what you can surely try at home.
Gluten-free Pasta in Tomato Sauce
Try the Brown Rice Dosa with a healthy Coconut Chutney instead of a rice Dosa. With the appetizing aroma of fenugreek, this dosa is just too good to miss. So, make sure you try it.
Brown Rice Dosa, Healthy Dosa Recipe
Then we have the super healthy tikkis like Sprouts Tikki to Moong Dal Paneer Tikki. These are finger foods which kids enjoy as snacks or starter to a meal. Why deep fry them, when we can undoubtedly cook them on tava with little oil. These tikkis are also tactful way of adding protein to your kids’ diet.
Moong Dal and Paneer Tikki
Gluten Free Indian Jar Snacks for Kids
Chakli, chivda, puri and khakhra top the list of jar snacks. The wheat flour based chakli can easily be replaced with rice flour as its base. Kids will find this is green coloured Palak Chakli quite attractive and also love the awesome flavour.
Palak Chakli, Spinach Murukku Recipe
Pasta can be presented in the form of Dry Pasta Snack. We have used spiral shaped pasta but you can experiment with different pasta shapes and colours, taking care not to over-boil the pasta to prevent breakage while frying. The dried mixed herbs in which the fried pasta is tossed bags the credit here.
Dry Pasta Jar Snack
Khakhra Chivda doesn’t appear on the list of gluten free foods, but kids are sure to enjoy Corn Flakes Chivda. You can send it to school for a short break, as an accompaniment to their tiffin, or serve it as an after school or between-play hunger chaser.
Corn Flakes Chivda
Like puris, Thattai is a South Indian jar snack made with rice flour, urad dal flour and chana dal flour along with a host of Indian spices. Make a batch and store them in air tight jars for days when you your kids want to enjoy something crunchy and unique.
Thattai, Rice Crispies, South Indian Jar Snack
Gluten Free Healthy Indian Vegetables for Kids
A simple sabzi for kids who love paneer is Quick Paneer Sabzi straight from the land of Punjab. This Jain recipe features cottage cheese cubes, capsicum and tomatoes perked up with a simple yet aromatic powder of coriander and red chillies. You can also try another paneer sabzi - Paneer Palak .
Quick Paneer Subzi
You can also try Healthy Chana Palak Sabzi. It is a mouthwatering sabzi that makes you feel satisfied not just about the taste but the health aspects too!
Healthy Chana Palak Sabzi Recipe
Also try everyday sabzis like Aloo Methi ki Sabzi and Dudhi Chana Dal Sabzi. Have these Sabzis with some Gluten free Parathas and Rotis.
Dudhi and Chana Dal Sabzi
Gluten Free Indian Desserts for Kids
We are sure kids yearn for cakes. While gluten free pastas are available, gluten free cakes aren’t so common. You can try our Gluten Free Chocolate Sponge Cake made with jowar flour. Though the recipe makes use of sugar substitute, you can make it with sugar. Enjoy it with a dollop of vanilla ice-cream.
While authentic attae ka sheera and rava sheera are to avoided in a gluten free diet, kids need not despair. There is a lot more to explore. Try the yummy Almond Sheera and you will dwell in its flavour and aroma.
Besan Ladoo is one of the most popular mithai in Indian cuisine. Not very difficult to make, but you need to follow the procedure and the cooking timing precisely to end up with ladoos that bind well perfectly and are not dry nor very soft.
Besan Ladoo, Indian Mithai
Nuts Khoya Ladoo is another delicacy which is is quick and sure to be a hit with kids. This creamy and nutty ladoo, made with mawa, paneer, dry fruits and nuts is very easy to make and involves no cooking. It is more of mixing, shaping and refrigeration.
Nuts Khoya Ladoo
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