Making something delicious as well as healthy can be a task for almost all the moms out there.
So, we mom bloggers have decided to make it a bit easier for moms out there with 40+ delicacies which are as tasty as they are healthy for your kids in this Baby Food Recipe Train.
So here I am presenting you few recipes which not only our toddlers will love but we can relish them too.
P.S. To make it easier for you guys, I have put together the recipes which will only take around 10-15 mins of your time.
1. Sindhi Koki: This is the food of our Ancestors.
- Wheat flour (I opt for multigrain flour at times too.)
- 1 Onion (finely chopped)
- A hand full of cilantro
- Half cup carrot (grated)
- Half cup beetroot (grated)
- Black pepper to taste
- Salt to taste
- Carom seeds (1/4th teaspoon)
- Cumin seeds (1/4th teaspoon)
- In a bowl take flour, add chopped onion, cilantro, carrot, beetroot, pepper, salt, carom seeds, cumin seeds and 2-3 tbsps of ghee. Mix all the ingredients properly with hand, add a little water at a time and knead the mixture into a soft dough.
- Take a medium ball sized dough dust some wheat flour and roll it into a disc shape.
- Heat the Tawa (pan) in the meanwhile and transfer the rolled disc on tawa drizzled with ghee (so that Koki doesn’t get dry). Let it cook on medium flame, flip it few times just like you would do with normal paratha.
- You will know that it’s ready once few golden spots appear on both sides.
- Serve it with curd to your little ones.
Mommying Tip: You can also make it in different attractive shapes for kiddos.
I add veggies for baby Y which is completely optional.
2. Oats Halva
- Oats (1 cup)
- Milk (1 ½ cups)
- Dry fruits or Dry Fruit powder
- Cardamom powder
- Jaggery powder
- Take a deep-bottomed pan for this.
- Put 2 tbsps of ghee and let it get heated. Add all the dry fruits to it (except walnuts), fry these dry fruits and get the dry fruits on a tissue paper
- Add 2 tbsps of ghee again in the same pan, add oats to it and roast them really well, once they are roasted add milk to it and keep stirring it until it becomes thick and gooey.
- Add dry fruits and jaggery powder and turn off the flame and give it a good mix.
- Serve it warm to kids and enjoy it while it’s piping hot.
3. Soya Chunk Pulav (Rice)
- Cooked Rice (1 cup)
- Soya chunks (boiled and cut in pieces) 1 cup
- Onions (finely chopped) – 1 Onion
- Carrot (finely chopped) – 2 spoons
- Beans (finely chopped) – 2 spoons
- Capsicum (finely chopped) – 2 spoons
- Peas – 2 spoons
- Corn kernels (boiled) – 2 spoons.
- Cilantro (hand full)
- Salt to taste
- Pepper to taste
- Ginger garlic paste.
- Cumin seeds
- In a kadhai, heat ghee.
- Add cumin seeds to it.
- Add onions and saute for 30 secs. Add ginger garlic paste and let it cook for the next 30 secs.
- Add all the other vegetables with salt and pepper and mix it well. Let it simmer for 3-4 mins.
- Add soya chunks to it and mix. Add rice give it a toss garnish with cilantro.
- P.S. I AM USING THE AVAILABLE VEGGIES IN THE PIC.
So, these are the recipes that I and baby Y love enjoying on daily basis. These are tasty, healthy and very easy to make.
I really hope you like our recipes. Feel free to share healthy recipes if you have any in the comment section.
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I would like to thank Sonam Jain from Magic Platter for inviting me and now I would further like to invite Batul Munim from ShadesofMommyDom to hop on this train and share the next healthy recipes.