Kids Lunch Box Menu Plan-Healthy Vegetable Paratha Rolls, Broccoli Rava Idli & More

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Here is another weeks plan of Healthy Vegetarian Kids Lunch Box Recipes. We have South Indian Lunch box Recipes like the Broccoli Rava Idli Recipe and Kothamalli Karuveppilai Sadam Recipe. We have also included a no onion no garlic Paneer in White Gravy Recipe and some tasty Healthy Vegetable Paratha Rolls Recipe and Corn & Soy Quesadillas Recipe.

These Kids Lunch Box recipes help pack in nutrition into your kids diet and give them the energy required at school. They are easy to make and your kids will love them. We have included a few prep tips to make your mornings go smoother in the kitchen.  

Broccoli Rava Idli Recipe is a good way to sneak in protein and vitamin rich broccoli into your kids diet. Since the broccoli is grated your kids won't even feel like they are eating broccoli. Healthy Vegetable Paratha Rolls Recipe has a good mix of fresh vegetables that are available throughout the year. Adding more vegetables into your kids diet ensures that they get varied vitamins, minerals and fiber required for a healthy growth. 

Kothamalli Karuveppilai Sadam Recipe can be made using leftover rice and is a quick recipe to make when your pressed for time. We have also packed fresh fruit bowl and mango smoothie in this Kids Lunch Box Plan. Mango smoothie is tasty and you must make them when mangoes are in season. 

Apart form a healthy lunch box here are some great snack ideas and after school snack ideas for your kids. Make snacks which have a good shelf life over the weekends. Lots of energy bars and indian snacks do not need to be refrigerated and are a good option to replace packaged foods.

Snack Box Ideas for Kids For 5 Days

Here Are List Lunch Dabba You Can Buy For Packing Kids School Lunch Box

Monday

Vegetable Paratha Rolls & Mango Smoothie

Healthy Vegetable Paratha Rolls Recipe is simple to make and is full of nutrition from various vegetables. Make the dough for the parathas the previous night and keep it refrigerated in an airtight container. Boil the potatoes and keep them refrigerated in an airtight container the previous night.  Prep the vegetables like carrots and cabbage and keep them refrigerated as well. All these preps will help you make the filling more easily in the morning and help you pack a healthy Kids Lunch Box that your kids will enjoy. Pack the vegetable paratha rolls along with a mango milk shake. 

Tuesday

Broccoli Rava Idli & Coconut Chutney

Broccoli Rava Idli Recipe is a super simple yet delicious and healthy recipe which you can make quickly in the mornings. You can grate the broccoli and keep it in an airtight container the previous night. You can roast the rava at night as well and keep it in an airtight container once cooled. So before making the broccoli masala you can soak the rava and keep it aside in the morning. Grate the coconut for making the chutney and keep it refrigerated. While grinding chutney in the morning use warm water.  

Wednesday

Kothamalli Karuveppilai Sadam & Raita

Kothamalli Karuveppilai Sadam is a delicious, healthy and simple recipe to prepare with leftover rice. Grate and keep coconut in the refrigerator the previous night. Cook rice at night and keep it ready. Pack Kothamalli Karuveppilai Sadam with a tomato onion cucumber raita and some papad. Pick and keep the coriander leaves and the curry leaves and keep them seperate in an airtight container in the fridge. 

Thursday

Corn & Soy Quesadillas & Fresh Fruit Bowl

Corn & Soy Quesadillas are healthy and delicious and your kids will absolutely love them. Cook,  mash and keep the soybeans the previous night and keep it refrigerated. Make the dough for the tortillas the previous night and keep it refrigerated in an airtight container. You can also use store bought tortillas if you are pressed for time in the mornings. Also grate cheese  and make the tomato puree and and keep them refrigerated in an airtight container. 

Friday

Paneer in White Gravy & Tawa Paratha

Paneer in White Gravy Recipe is simple to make and is a healthy option for your kids. Make the home made paneer the previous night and keep it refrigerated in an airtight container. Make the cashew nut paste the previous night as well and keep it refrigerated. Make the dough for the tawa paratha and keep it refrigerated in an airtight container. 

 

Shruti Prasad

Shruti Prasad

     
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