One of the biggest struggles that moms have with the kids is to getting them eat healthy. This is not a story of a single mom, but almost of all the moms. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and it’s the perfect way to say good morning to our body. Breakfast is important for the kids but what they eat in the morning is more crucial. Choosing healthy Indian breakfast rich in fiber, calcium and other nutrients is highly important. Serve your kids with fruits, green veggies and milk each morning.
A few moms shared their tricks to get their kids to eat healthy Indian breakfast. Let’s discuss their tricks and responses on what works for them. Get inspired with these tricks and try them out for your kids.
Make it interesting: Getting children to eat green veggies is the biggest challenge. Try out Paranthas stuffed with eggs, methi, paneer and spinach or you can try out dals with greens in them. If your kids don’t like vegetables, try out Chinese style rice with some mix vegetables, sandwiches loaded with veggies and mayonise or try out egg sandwich. These are some ways by which you can make your family eat healthy yet tasty food. You can also talk to your kids regularly about the many benefits of having healthy food.
Begin early: Feed healthy foods like baigan bartha, palak paneer, Karela, gajar ka halwa etc to your child from an early age for its good health. If you try to start it at young age, they will develop a taste for the vegetables. Try healthy Indian breakfast recipes like moong dal cheela, rava idli, half egg fry with toast etc. Moong dal cheela stuffed with Paneer is one of the nutritious and delightful north Indian breakfast recipes which are liked by children and adults alike.
Spice it up: Try out spices in normal salads, pranthas and vegetables. Make salads in the form of chaat by adding tomatos, onion, capsicum, spices and lemon juice just like bhelpuri. Mix grated vegetables and spices in stuffed paranthas.
Mix-and-match: Make dals in routine with a mix-and-match approach such as mooli dal, lauki dal, karela dal and tomato dal. Adding a different vegetable everyday rescues the regular dal from becoming boring and also the dal will get a unique flavor with each veggie added to it.
Add wisely: If your children love spring rolls, load them up with some green veggies. In this way, they will get the required nutrition.
Involve your kids in kitchen: Try to involve your kids in the kitchen as in this way; they will love to have foods with a feeling of ownership. Educate them about the health benefits of each ingredient that you use in dishes. This will help them feel responsible about their own health. Use purees of carrot, lauki, pumpkins and palak in the curries and subzis, so that the required nutrients are included in their diet.
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