Millet Energy Bites With Almonds, Dates And Coconut Recipe

Millet Energy Bites With Almonds, Dates And Coconut are quick and nutritious energy bites that you can make ahead and store. They are great as healthy snacks on-the-go for the whole family! It is a sneaky way to get your picky kids to eat almonds and dates too! You can use any millet flour you prefers to make these bites. Serve Millet Energy Bites With Almonds, Dates And Coconut as a snack to your family. If you like this recipe, you can also try Date Brownie Energy Bars No Bake Lemon Bars No ...

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Lemon Rice Recipe (Kids Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas)

The Lemon Rice when packed into the lunch box along with either a raita, butter milk or curd rice, makes the kids lunches wholesome and easy to eat. Children love mixed rices, as it is easy to eat and quick to digest as well. The quick digestion from the rice gives the children the quick energy for them to get back into their school work. A very popular belief is that the rice puts the kids to sleep, but that not true, it in fact gives them that instant energy for the day

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Ragi Idli Milagai Podi Walnuts & Cheese (Kids Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas)

The Ragi Idli Milagai Podi smeared along with Idli Milagai Podi and packed with Cheese & Walnuts makes is a quick and simple snack box. I make the Idli Milagai Podi at home, and make sure to add less chillies to it, so the kids can eat it along with idlis. This podi, makes their snack boxes less messy. But if you children like it with chutney, then you can smear the idlis with chutney or even jam to suit your child's preference.

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Aloo Poha Walnuts & Cheese (Kids Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas)

The Aloo Poha when packed along with Cheese & Walnuts is a quick and simple snack box that kids are able to eat in a  jiffy. I typically make the poha which has a sweet and sour flavor, that not only adds to the taste, but also gives them the added energy for the day. Keeping small portions, helps the children to focus on their food and complete them without wasting it.

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Rava Dhokla Cheese & Almonds (Kids Lunch Box Recipes)

The Rava Dhokla when packed along with Cheese & Almonds is a quick and simple snack box that kids are able to eat in a  jiffy. First reason is that it's easy to eat. They can simply hold it in one hand and gobble it up. You can even keep some jam or chutney by the side for them to dip the dhokla and give it an additional taste.

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Healthy Vegetable Paratha Rolls (Kids Lunch Box Ideas)

The Healthy Vegetable Paratha Rolls is one lunch box, that the kids love. First reason is that it's easy to eat. They can simply hold it in one hand and gobble it up. Its has only salt and the complete taste that comes from the roasted vegetables, that packs the paratha roll-up with flavor and taste. I most often pack it along with a bottle of buttermilk or even curd rice for lunch

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Barnyard Millet Steamed Dumplings (Kids Lunch Box Ideas)

The Kuthiraivali Upma Kozhukattai Recipe is a twist to the traditional Kozhukattai recipe and is a healthy lunch box that you can put together with a little planning. You could make the upma the previous night and steam in the morning to give it that added freshness and softness. Pack the Kuthiraivali Upma Kozhukattai along with either a chutney or Idli Milagai Podi and along with curd rice or a bowl of yogurt.

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Apple Vanilla Whole Wheat Pancakes (Kids Snack Box Ideas

The Apple Vanilla Whole Wheat Pancakes is a super easy and wholesome kids snack box idea. It packed with the goodness of whole wheat and apples making it delicious. Pack the pancakes smeared with nutella or pack honey in a small box and ask the kids to pour it over their pancakes. 

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Date and Almond Balls Recipe

Date and Almond Balls Recipe is a kid-friendly snack made from dates, almonds and coated with crushed chocolate chips. These sweet date balls not only taste delicious but looks appetizing as well. With no cooking or baking involved these Date and Almond Balls are easy to prepare and can be stored in the fridge. Pack Date and Almond Balls for the school snack box or carry them for their after school activities.

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Penne Pasta in Creamy Pumpkin Sauce (Kids Lunch Box Ideas)

Kids School Lunchbox Ideas - Healthy Penne Pasta with Creamy Pumpkin sauce makes great saucy and creamy lunch box for children and even adults. I have used a Durum Wheat Pasta and the addition of the creamy pumpkin sauce adds to the nutrition for their lunches. The addition of stir fried broccoli in the pasta, gives them the added nutrients and fiber needed for their growth and development. 

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Ragi Oatmeal Dosa & Walnuts (Kids Lunch Box Ideas)

The Ragi Oatmeal Dosa & Walnuts is a super simple and easy lunch box to put together on busy school day mornings. All you need is the ragi flour, instant oats and a few other ingredients. Whip them all up and make a dosa or pancake. I most often pack just one dosa, that is smeared with Idli Milagai Podi and Jaggery and folded into the lunch box. I additionally also pack in some walnuts and cheese to add to the proteins and nutrition.

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Cucumber Cheese Sandwich & Granola (Kids Snack Box)

The Sandwich & Granola combo makes a wholesome snack or lunch box. I do make sure I make my own bread or buy the whole wheat multigrain loaf of bread from the store. Packing the sandwich with cheese and vegetables is a great way to get the nutrients in and at the same time the children get their energy from the carbohydrates. The granola bar is also packed with the goodness of fiber and lots of protein from the nuts making this lunch box healthy.

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Dal Makhani & Paratha (Kids School Lunch Box Ideas)

The Dal Makhani & Paratha combo is a favorite with the kids and they simply love to dip the parathas into the creamy dal. I most often also pack the box with some plain yogurt or curd rice to make the meal complete and making their lunch box filling and nutritious. I most often make the dal the previous evening and the dough for the paratha is also kept ready. In the morning, I just pack in the dal and make the paratha fresh to pack into the lunch box.

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Grilled Tomato Cheese Sandwich (Kids Lunch Box Ideas)

School Lunch Box Recipes and Ideas : The Grilled Tomato Cheese Sandwich Recipe is a super simple dish to make for breakfast, snack or even a dinner with soup. All you need for this sandwich is slices of tomatoes, slices of cheese, a homemade whole wheat bread, salt and pepper. I most often pack it into a lunch box for kids as well, giving them the nutrition and adequate energy that is required to help them through their school sessions.

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Pav Bhaji & Curd Rice | Kids Lunch Box Ideas

School Lunch Box Ideas and Recipes: The Pav Bhaji is one a great dosh when cooked right, has all the goodness of vegetables and the pav buns add to the carbohydrates giving the required energy to sit through the classes and the day. I like to pack such dishes along with some comfort food like curd rice as this helps them to digest the pav bhaji and gives them the yogurt protien as well.  Note: When making the Pav Bhaji for children, I make is less spicy, so that children are able to have it ...

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Pasta with Carrots and Basil (Kids Lunch Box Ideas)

Kids School Lunch Box Ideas: Conchiglie Al Forno with Carrots and Basil recipe is made from a shell type pasta that is smaller that its larger shell counterparts. This creamy sauce along with cheese is tossed along with carrots and basil giving it delicious taste and a creamy texture. This pasta stays perfect until lunch giving the children the carbs, proteins and vitamins through the pasta, cheese and vegetables.

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Thepla & Granola Bars | Kids Lunch Box Recipes

School LunchBox Ideas & Recipes: Granola Bars, and Thepla’s are a perfect combinations. I typically smear the thepla with a sweet lime pickle for the lunch box. The whole grains from the thepla provides carbs and the Granola Bars with peanut butter and dates provide all the protein, iron, carbs and energy making the children stay alert for their school session You can make the thepla dough ahead of time the previous day. This way making a couple of fresh thepla’s in the ...

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Multigrain Waffles with Nutella | Kids Lunch Box Recipes

School Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas: The Multigrain Waffles recipe is a delicious recipe of waffles that is made from finger millet flour, oat flour and whole wheat flour. The goodness of all the grains when made into a waffles is simply delicious. When I packed this for my kids lunch box, then came back saying that "Mom the whole class was sitting on top of my table trying to get a bite of my waffles, they simply loved it". As a mother, I felt so happy to hear that and that it made my kids happy ...

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Chana Masala & Puri | Kids Lunch Box Recipes

School Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas: Chola Masala and Puri/ Paratha combination for a lunch box is special for children and adults as well. Since the mornings are super hectic with getting the children ready, I most often make the Chola masala ready the previous day. Making the Paratha or Puri fresh in the morning is simple and quick if the masala is ready.  Pack this lunch box along with some freshly cut fruits or carrots and cucumber and a bowl of yogurt to make a complete and satisfying ...

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Beetroot Paratha Recipe (Kids Lunch Box Ideas)

School Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas: Beetroot Paratha Recipe is made from whole wheat flour dough stuffed with grated beets that is sauteed until tender. Making the Beetroot Paratha came out just like that like a spart to my mind to see other ways to consume beets and the parathas and the combination worked out great. This thought process is in my constant endeavour to make school lunch boxes fun and exciting for the kids. LUNCH BOX PACKING TIP: I smear the parathas with sweet lime pickle ...

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Vegetable Pasta in Tomato Basil Sauce | Kids Lunch Box Recipes

School Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas: Pasta with tomato basil sauce is a lunch box saver recipe. The kids love this recipe because of its simple flavours and with a creamy pasta. The addition of vegetables like broccoli adds to the nutrition to the kids lunch box

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Cabbage Rice Recipe (Kids Lunch Box Ideas)

Kids School Lunchbox Ideas: Cabbage Rice recipe is like a vegetable fried rice that makes it perfect for travel and lunch boxes. The vegetables like cabbage when sauteed along with spices brings out the flavor and texture to the cooked rice. The cabbage rice also tastes good when it gets to a normal temperature. I typically pack the rice along with a bowl of yogurt and curd rice along with it. You can optionally pack the rice with some chips or papad to make it more exciting for the kids to ...

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Moong Dal Chilla with Grapes (Kids Lunchbox Ideas)

School Lunchbox Ideas: Moong Dal Chilla are high protein lentil crepes that are made from yellow split moon lentils and urad dal. The addition of Urad dal keeps these chilla's soft and perfect for a lunch or a snack box. I typically spread a jam, sauce, Coconut Chutney or Idli Milagai Podi into the chilla and fold it like a triangle.This gives the additonal taste for the children to enjoy it. Folding the Chilla's into a triangle also helps them just pick it up and eat it without tearing it into ...

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Egg Rolls & Curd Rice | Kids Lunch Box Recipes

School Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas: Egg Rolls are a perfect Lunch Box for the kids. With a little advance preparation, your mornings for packing lunches can become a breeze. I keep the sauces in a separate box and also avoid the chillies for their lunch. The kids dip the rolls in the sauce and love them for school. Its easy to hold on to, as well. Tips for Packing:  Allow the rolls to cool a bit before packing it. You could roll it in butter paper or pack it tight next to each other ...

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