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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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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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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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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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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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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Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Pancakes | Kids Lunch Box Recipes

School Lunch Box Ideas & Recipes: Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip pancakes with maple syrup or honey makes a delicious kids school snack box. The addition of whole wheat adds to the grain and the eggs or the yogurt adds to the protein. Drizzling the whole wheat chocolate chip pancakes with honey or maple syrup or even spreading nutella helps in provide the adequate energy from the sugars and carbohydrates.

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Carrot Uthappam with Apples | Kids Lunch Box Recipes

School Lunch Box Ideas and Recipes: Carrot Uthappam with Apples are nutritious and filling for the kids school snack box. The lunch box provides wholesome nutrients from the carrot used using regular Dosa Batter. The addition of fruits like an apple into the lunch box gives the required energy from the sugars making the kids feel alert during the day.

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Almonds, Cheese and Chocolate Chip Cookies | School Lunch Box Ideas

School Lunchbox Ideas & Recipes: Almonds, Cheese Cubes and Chocolate Chip Cookies are a perfect friday snack box treat for the kids. Packed with healthy vitamins, minerals and calcium, the combination of this lunch box ensures that your child eats something healthy which is also delicious and filling.

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Chickpea Sundal and Apples | School Lunch Box Recipes

Back To School Snack Box Ideas: Chickpea Sundal is a healthy and delicious recipe, made from Chana which is more often called Kabuli Chana. It is amazing to see how interesting children find it, picking up the chana one by one and relishing it for their school snack box. Combining it with a fruit, makes the child feel more refreshed with the sugars from the fruit, giving them that added energy.

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Pomegranate Cheese and Almonds | Kids Lunch Box Recipes

School Lunch Box Ideas & Recipes: It is so refreshing to have a bite of Pomegranate, along with a bite of cheese and a little crunch from the almonds. I can already sense a mini taste of a dessert and children love this type of meditative eating.

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Cucumber Cheese Sandwich | Kids Lunch Box Recipes

School Lunch Box Ideas & Recipes: Cucumber Cheese Sandwich are favorites for children who dont like sweetness of the jelly and my older son is like that. He just likes it plain and cheesy and the addition of cucumber or any other vegetables adds to some about of nutrition making the sandwich lunch box refreshing.

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Peanut Butter Jelly Sandwich,Cheese & Almonds | Kids Lunch Box Ideas

School Lunch Box Ideas & Recipe: Crunchy Peanut Butter and Jelly popularly known as the PB&J are simply delicious and every child loves it. Do watch out if your child has allergies, you could add or make almond butter to the sandwich. You could also add bananas to make it more nutritious.

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Nutella Sandwiches, Grapes | Kids Lunch Box Recipes

School Lunch Box Ideas & Recipes: Nutella Sandwiches are a kids favorite and well mine too. I love mine along with sliced bananas and sometimes pack it for the kids the same way I like it. Packing some fruits along with a lunch box, makes the child more refreshed adding fiber, nutrients, minerals and energy to the diet.

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Mini Idlis, Apples and Walnuts | Kids Lunch Box Recipes

School Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas: The Idli Upma is a delicious variation of the whole Idli’s. You can either use mini Idli’s or even crumble regular Idli’s to make the upma. The addition of fruits along with the Idli Upma, makes the upma feel less dry. The fruits also give the necessary sugars needed to awaken the senses.

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Grapes Walnuts Cheese Cubes | Kids Lunch Box Recipes

School Lunch Box Ideas: Packing seasoning fruits like Grapes along with Walnuts and Cheese is refreshing for the children. Fruits and nuts provide the right amount of nutrition for the children. Packing in small amounts, breaks the monotony of the food packed and gives them an instant bout of energy.

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Fresh Cut Mangoes and Walnuts | Kids Lunch Box Recipes

School Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas: Packing seasoning fruits like Mangoes along with Walnuts and Cheese is refreshing for the children. Fruits and nuts provide the right amount of nutrition for the children. Packing in small amounts, breaks the monotony of the food packed and gives them an instant bout of energy.

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Bananas Almonds & Cheese | School Lunch Box Recipes

School Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas: Bananas are a great energy booster for a snack box. Based on the size of the banana available in your region you can pack them as a whole or by cutting it into half. When bananas are combined along with Almonds and Cheese, it adds a perfect balance to their nutrition, keeping them energized and alert.

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Apples Walnuts & Cheese | Kids Lunch Box Recipes

School Lunch Box Recipes & Ideas: Apples are a child’s favorite all because they are juicy and crunchy too. Removing the skin of the apples and cutting them in wedges helps the child eat them with ease and yes faster, as kids are always in a hurry to finish their snacks to get some playtime with their friends.

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