Five healthy breakfast recipes your kids will love
With kids, deciding and making breakfast could be challenging. As a parent, you not only have to meet their unending wishes, but also make sure that your offerings are high on health quotient. Kids obviously want their first meal to be tasty and filling, and it's up to you to make them happy. So, here are five healthy Indian breakfast options for kids.
Mixed vegetable Uttapam: Healthy and delicious!
This desi version of pancake is not just healthy, but also amazingly delicious. Start by heating up a skillet. Spread half-a-teaspoon oil onto it. Then spread Idli batter onto it, and spread it nicely. Next, sprinkle a good amount of veggies, and close the lid. Finally, open the lid, and let it cook for some minutes. Serve hot with chutney of their choice.
Sooji Toast: Give a healthy touch to your toasts
To prepare simple and delicious Sooji toasts - take a bowl, and add 1/2 cup sooji, 1/4 cup finely chopped onions, 1/2 tablespoon cumin seeds, 1/2 tsp grated ginger, 2 tablespoon curd, and salt per taste. Add some water. Mix well to prepare a thick batter. Now, use this batter to prepare your toasts. Finally, serve hot with tomato ketchup.
Chapati Rolls: A new way to have good old chapatis
To prepare simple yet mouth-watering Chapati rolls, you need crumbled paneer, chapatis, finely chopped onions, tomatoes, carrot, capsicum, coriander powder, and salt to taste. Start by heating some oil in a pan and stir fry all veggies and paneer for some time. Finally, place a dollop of this mix on each chapati and prepare nice rolls. Serve with chutney or ketchup.
Vegetable Poha: Light, healthy, and tasty
To prepare this light and healthy breakfast, wash Poha with water, drain well, and keep aside. Next, heat oil in a deep pan. Then, add mustard, peanuts, and saute nicely. Add onions, chillies, grated potatoes, carrots, peas, curry leaves, and saute well. Sprinkle turmeric powder and salt. Then, mix the Poha. Cook on low flame for 5-10 minutes. Add lemon juice. Serve hot.
Dal parantha: Put that dinner dal to good use
What could be better than putting the leftover dinner dal to some tasty and nutritious use? So, take out the leftover dal and add it to your regular parantha dough, and roast on a pan. Plus it is great on the health part too - you get protein, fiber, and healthy carbohydrates. Also, it is delightfully tasty and super satiating.