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8 easy and healthy oats recipe for toddlers and kids

8 easy and healthy oats recipe for toddlers and kids

I have started an initiative on my instagram account with 3 mom bloggers to share some healthy recipes for kids under the #tasty4munchkins. The idea is we want moms to give an easy platform to access recipes and solve their meal planning problems with the recipes we provide. On that note we have currently shared few oats recipe for kids which i would be sharing here too. So this post will cover 8 easy and healthy oats recipe for toddlers and kids.

Before I begin, let me tell you why we chose Oats as our first ingredient to begin the #tast4munchkins series.

  • Oats can be considered as a baby weaning food and can be given to babies as young as 7 months
  • It’s easily digestible as oatmeals tend to cause less constipation in babies
  • It’s rich in micronutrients such as phosphorus, magnesium, manganese, calcium, iron, selenium, zinc and copper, which give children a well-rounded nutritional profile
  • It’s a versatile ingredient which can be blended with other food supplements offering various textures to babies

This article will provide you with 8 delicious but easy oats recipes you can prepare for your little one.

8 easy and healthy oats recipe for toddlers and kids

Oats Cutlet

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. Hey lovelies! So here's the first post under #tasty4munchkins . Me along with @themagicplatter @foodkathaz and @foodieskitchenkatta have come up with this new venture where we want to help every mommy out there who is constantly searching for some healthy recipes for their kids! . For this month we are sharing recipes with oats as a main ingredient!We all know the goodness of oats and why we should give it to our kids! I don't want to talk about it here😇 . We mommies are here to show you that oats can be used in numerous ways rather than just preparing the good old porridge! So do try our recipes and let us know if your little one and you loved it as much as we did! . So, the recipe for the day is Oats cutlets/patties: Dry roast one cup of oats and set aside! Pressure cook 2 small sized potatoes, peel the skin off and set aside! You will also need: ✔️ 1 chopped onion ✔️ 1 carrot, grated ✔️ Half beetroot, grated ✔️ 1 cup peas ✔️Bunch of spinach leaves, chopped ✔️ Handful of coriander leaves, chopped ✔️Juice of half a lemon For flavouring: ✔️Salt to taste ✔️ Pinch of chilly powder ✔️Pinch of garam masala You also need fine sooji for rolling the patties! In a wide bowl, add everything mentioned above except the sooji and mix well! Prepare patties out of the mix and roll it in semolina and shallow fry it using a little bit of desi ghee. Your yummy and healthy cutlets are ready to be served😋 . Swipe next to see the steps in detail! . This serves as a perfect after school snack. You can even use it in burgers and chapathi rolls😋 Since it has goodness of oats along with other veggies, it's going to be nutritious and keeps your little one healthy and happy too🤗 . Do try out this recipe and don't forget to follow the other 3 mommies and the #tasty4munchkins for many more exciting recipes. #themommysphere #oats #oatspatties #oatscutlets #tasty4munchkins #healthyrecipes #toddlerrecipes #goodnessofveggies #spinach #afterschool #snackideas #vegetarianrecipes

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Oats Milkshake

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Hey lovelies! So on today's #tastytuesdayswithpria I'm going to share this milkshake recipe which is apt for all those babies who are lactose intolerant! . You guys must be knowing about #tasty4munchkins series, where we 4 mommies are sharing some healthy recipes for kids using oats as the main ingredient! . So on today's recipe, it's going to be this rich milkshake which is high in protein, free from lactose and can easily be served as after school snack for kids! . Recipe: Blend in handful of almonds,raisins pistachios,walnuts,chia seeds and dates into a fine paste in a grinder jar! Next in blending jar, add in one cup of oats and the grinded mixture along with one cup of water and blend into a smooth consistency! Top it up with choco chips or cacao nibs and your delicious, creamy and rich nuts milkshake is ready to serve! . Do try it out and let me know if your kiddos liked it!? . Swipe left to see more pics in detail! #vegrecipes #oatsrecipes #foodblogger #foodbloggersofinstagram #kidsrecipes #kidsmeal #nomnom #buzzfeeedfood #yummyinmytummy #whatsonmyplate #foodoftheday #flatlay #flatlaystyle #foodnetwork #indianfood #toddlereats #eeeeeats #creativeflatlays #themommysphere #lactosefree #vegan #veganrecipes #tasty4munchkins

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Oats Idli and Dosa

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💠Instant Semolina Oats idli and Dosa for the little ones 💠 Next recipe in our #tasty4munchkins series! Me along with @themagicplatter, @themommysphere, @foodkathaz have started the new venture where we will post the recipes for the kids under #tasty4munchkins. This week we will be posting Oats recipes. I am sharing this quick and easy meal which has always been a huge success with my son. The batter doesn't need fermentation and the best part is, it contains Oats flour so it's perfect for those kids (or even adults 😉) who doesn't like Oats. 😊 There you go peeps – Ingredients – 🍒 1/2 cup Semolina 🍒 1/2 cup Oats flour 🍒 1 cup yogurt 🍒 1/2 finely chopped onion 🍒 1/2 finely chopped carrot 🍒 1 small chilli 🌶 (Optional) 🍒 few chopped curry leaves 🍒 finely chopped coriander 🍒 salt to taste Steps – Mix everything together, grease idli pot and make idlis. In the same batter, you can add water and make dosa. Done! Simple, right? Checkout my video making this on my YouTube channel – https://youtu.be/Dyc5MJxaEVU or check the link in the bio. 🤗 If you like the video then please subscribe to my channel. 😊🙏 Have a lovely day peeps! And follow @themagicplatter, @themommysphere and @foodkathaz for the delicious recipes like this. 😊💟 #tasty4munchkins #kidsapproved #kidsfriendly #toddlerlunchbox #toddlerfriendly #toddlerlunchideas #toddlerfoodideas #whatifeedmykid #kidslunchbox #healthyfood #semolinaoatsidli #semolina #oatsidli #abudhabimommybloggers #abudhabimoms #uaemoms #uaebloggers #marathi #indianbabyfood #maharashtrian #indiantoddlerfood

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No bake oats granola bar

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💠 No bake Oats granola bars 💠 Our #tasty4munchkins series continues today with another week of Oats recipes. Don't forget to check out first recipe posted on lovely @themommysphere. Here are quick,healthy and insanely delicious granola bars for the little ones or even adults in the family. These no bake granola bars are perfect for a quick snack and even on the road. We all in the family are obsessed over these bars. So here's the recipe for it however feel free to experiment with it – Ingredients – 🍒 1 cup rolled/quick oats 🍒 1/2 cup pitted dates (you can soak it if you want) 🍒 1/4 cup peanut/almond butter 🍒 4 tbsp pumpkin seeds 🍒 3 tbsp flaxmeal 🍒 3 tbsp honey or maple syrup 🍒 handful of dried cranberries 🍒 grated dry coconut to sprinkle Steps – ⏺️Add Oats, dates, peanut butter, pumpkin seeds, flaxmeal and honey in food processor. ⏺️Blend until it all comes together. Remove in the flat container lined with parchment paper. Pat it down well evenly. Ask kids to help out.🤗 ⏺️Add chopped cranberries on top and sprinkle some coconut. Pat it down to the batter. ⏺️ Put it in the fridge for 30 minutes to firm up. Remove and cut it into desired shape. Done! You can store these in the fridge for one week and even store it in freezer for grab and go snack for the kids, mommies and daddies too😍😍. Check out my stories for how I made it😊 So there you go mamas! Give it a try and let me know how you find it💟🤗. #babyapproved #toddlerlunchbox #toddlerfriendly #toddlerlunchideas #toddlerfoodideas #toddlerapproved #kidsapproved #kidslunchbox #whatifeedmykid #vegrecipes #oatsrecipes #foodblogger #foodbloggersofinstagram #kidsrecipes #kidsmeal #nomnom #buzzfeeedfood #yummyinmytummy #whatsonmyplate #foodoftheday #flatlay #flatlaystyle #foodnetwork #indianfood #toddlereats #eeeeeats #creativeflatlays #abudhabimommybloggers #uaemombloggers

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Oats Chikoo Date Walnut Smoothie

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We're up with an Exciting project!! Take the stress out of planning Healthy recipes – follow #tasty4munchkins & these amazing mommies @foodieskitchenkatta @themagicplatter @themommysphere for Nutritious meal ideas. Whatever our recipes are, secret ingredient is always ❤️ . . "Oats Chikoo Date Walnut Smoothie" for lil miss before her Basketball class that hydrates & nourishes her. This smoothie is an easy way to add Protein & Fiber to your kids meal. Refreshing, Yummy & Jam packed with natural goodness. . . The smoothie jar consists of handful of Rolled Oats from @true.elements + 1 cup Milk + 1 Chikoo + 2 Dates + 3 Walnut. Naturally sweetened with chikoo & dates, so why add sugar. It's going to fill your tummy so don't think of any other munchies. You can swap ingredients & choose favorites : 💪 Base : Almond milk, Soy Milk, Coconut Milk, Greek Yoghurt 💪 Fruit : Banana, Strawberry, Mango, Chikoo. Apple 💪 Nuts : Almond, Cashewnut, Walnut, Pistachio 💪 Seeds : Pumpkin, Sunflower, Chia, Sesame, Flax Along with fruit you could also sweeten it up with Dates, Raisins or Figs. Natural sweeteness over Refined sugar🌟 . . Blend until smooth & creamy, top it up with fresh fruits/nuts. Make sure you pick few ingredients each time & keep the flavors simple to make it more palatable. Less is more in the world of Kids Health & You're now ready to slurrrrp😋 how easy is that for a weekend! It's perfect for a brekkie or Evening snack pre/post any Sport too. . . Happy Fri-yay all you Lovelies🌟 . . P. S : Good Nutrition in every Sip🥤 . . #oatssmoothie #smoothies #yummylicious #healthysmoothies #rolledoats #chikoo #dates #walnut #drinkclean #healthykidsfood #fillingfood #kidsapproved #yummyinmytummy #preworkout #fitfam #stayhydrated #norefinedsugar #toddlerfood #breakfastbowl #tastefullysimple #proteinpacked #nutritious #snackideas #healthyswaps #f52grams #heresmyfood #mommyblogger @kidsstoppress @kid_dish @kiddiegram #Nutritionistinmumbai #foodkatha

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Oats Vegetable Khichdi

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🙋Has your Child ever surprised you by their Food Choices? 🙋Do they love a food that you would think more for an adult? . . Lil miss D surprised me, when i asked – What do you want in your Dabba tomm? And in an instant, she replied "Vegetable Khichdi' 🙄This was totally unexpected !! Hahha, but yes can't deny the fact she loves Vegetable Khichdi as much as Pizza😊 . . Since, I'm developing New & Yummy ways to inculcate Oats & creating recipes for #tasty4munchkins So, here is "Oats Beans Vegetable Khichdi" perfect one pot delicious, nourishing & fulfilling wholesome meal. Always before packing her #lunchbox my mind runs through a checklist – Ticks for all 🙂 ✔️Carbs – Rolled Oats full of fiber ✔️Proteins – Kidney Beans/Rajma Calcium rich ✔️Vegetable – For Nutrients & Colors ✔️Fruits – To keep you hydrated A combination of Savoury + Sweet always wins♥ 🌟 Oats Vegetable Khichdi {Rolled Oats, Rajma, French beans, Carrot} + 🌟 Musk melon with Cranberry sprinkles . . Kids can get bored easily with same kinds of foods. So, here is how to make meals more interesting with variety of foods, textures & spice it up with fresh herbs. Keep experimenting & present the food in a non-traditional way!! #EatTodayForTomorrow . . P. S : Yummy for every Tummy!! 🌈 . . #dhruvikadabba #kidslunchboxideas #lunchbox #oatskhichdi #khichdi #oatmealbowl #rajma #toddlerfood #fitspiration #Nutritionfirst #delicious #guthealth #fitkids #pickyeaters #foodforkids #eeeeeeats #kidshealth #glutenfree #onepotmeal #plantstrong #nourishbowl #musthaves #LovetoCook #nomnomnom #indianfoodbloggers #healthylifestyle @kidsstoppress @kiddiegram @kid_dish @bbcgoodfood @foodtalkindia @pcos.buddy @thefeedfeed @true.elements #whatmykideats #foodkatha

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Oats Chilla

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Hey friends.. . Many of you demanded recipes from me.. So I along with 3 other mom bloggers @themommysphere , @foodieskitchenkatta And @foodkathaz have decided to share some yummy recipes for the little tots using #tasty4munchkins . This month we are sharing recipes that has one of the most kid friendly ingredients i. e OATS. And I am sure you and your little ones are going to lick your fingers. . So we have already posted 2 recipes and this is the 3rd one today – PALAK OATS CHILLA . INGREDIENTS ✨1 cup oats ✨1 small bunch of Palak leaves ✨1/2 cup curd ✨1/4 cup rice flour ✨1/4 cup semolina/rawa ✨1/4 cup onions (chopped slices) ✨1/4 cup grated cheese ✨2 cups water ✨1 tbsp chopped coriander ✨1tsp jeera ✨1tsp oil ✨salt and pepper to taste ✨1-2 green chillies optional ( for kid who eat green chillies) . METHOD ✨Mix oats, curd, rice flour, semolina, coriander, jeera, chillies and water together and keep aside for 10 mins ✨In the mean time, blanch the Palak leaves and mix it in the grinder to make a puree ✨Add the puree to the oats mixture. Also add salt and pepper. ✨In a pan, brush the oil on the surface and pour in some of the mixture ✨Add sliced onion and let it cook for 2 mins ✨ Toss it and allow the other side to cook ✨Once more, toss it to the original side and add in some grated cheese ✨once the cheese melts a little, remove from the pan and serve it hot with some green chutney or ketchup ✨Oats Palak chilla is ready to be served . The recipe is easy, quick and most importantly, healthy. . Hope you all love this recipe. Do share your comments below. . #vegrecipes #oatsrecipes #foodblogger #foodbloggersofinstagram #kidsrecipes #kidsmeal #nomnom #buzzfeeedfood #yummyinmytummy #whatsonmyplate #foodoftheday #flatlay #flatlaystyle #foodnetwork #indianfood #toddlereats #eeeeeats #creativeflatlays #themagicplatter

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Oats Coconut Ladoo

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As you all know we four moms @themommysphere @foodkathaz @foodieskitchenkatta have started #tasty4munchkins Series where we will be sharing kids recipes. .. .. So we have 7 oats recipes already uploaded on the #tasty4munchkins And this is the final oats series… Because from next week it's a new ingredient which will be sharing the details soon .. .. This is one of the easiest recipe that just takes 10 mins to make and my toddlers favourite one too, I have been giving Kiaan since he was a year old and he relishes it very much. So here we go… .. .. COCONUT OATS JAGGERY LADOO .. ✔️INGREDIENTS ✨ 1 cup grated coconut ✨ 1 cup jaggery ✨ 1 cup instant oats ✨ 1 tbsp cardamom powder ✨ 1 tbsp ghee ✨ 2 tbsp mix nuts powder (optional) ✨ 1 tbsp water .. ✔️METHOD ✨ dry roast the oats till they smell good. Cool it completely. Powder it in dry blender till it is smooth ✨In a pan, add Jaggery, Coconut and water. Stirling the mixture till the Jagger melts and the mixture gets little sticky ✨switch off the gas and add the powdered oats, cardamom powder, ghee, nuts to the mixture and Stir well ✨once the mixture is partially cooled start making small balls by greasing your hand with ghee so the mixture does not stick to your hands ✨ let it cool and store it in an airtight container. The coconut oats Jaggery laddo is ready to serve .. Hope you enjoyed the oats series and coming up with recipes using various fresh ingredients. Till then share your feedback below. .. .. .. #indianblogger #foodblogger #kidssnacks #goodeats #igfood #foodoftheday #homecooking #truecooks #momchef #yummie #foodforthought #kidsfavorite #toddlereats #toddlerfood #themagicplatter #yummyinmytummy #foodstagram #kidsfoodblogger #yougottoeatthis #eeeeeats

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I hope you enjoyed these 8 easy and healthy oats recipes for toddlers and kids. You can view the hashtag #tasty4munchkins on instagram and enjoy some yummy meals for your kids.  These recipes are shared by Mom Priya from The Mommy Sphere, Mom Shweta from Foodkathaz, Mom Charusheela from FoodiesKitchenKattha and by me.

You can also view other recipes for kids shared by me here and my foodarts here 

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A year ago, I never had an intention of becoming a blogger. Becoming a full time blogger was a chance I took when people started appreciating my content. I love being a creative artist wanting to share my work and passion for the work I do. I am not a writer, I dont have the the best grammar, I lack proof reading skills and so you can often catch a spelling error in a post of mine. And in spite of all this, I have a lovely audience who wants to view my content, seek solutions and communicate with me.

THE IDEA

The Idea of the blog came through when I randomly shared my art on social media platforms like facebook groups, instagram etc. I use to visit a lot of mom groups on facebook and seek knowledge on parenting because i was a mom an infant. I stumbled upon this lovely group on facebook called the First Moms Club wherein saw mommies sharing their creations,  talking about parenting, helping each other for smallest of queries etc. And seeing how well organized the group was i kept sharing my foodart creations which was very basic and naive.

Then one day, the founder of the group Ruchita Dar Shah saw one of my “Fidget Spinner Foodart” and she decided to feature my work on her First Moms Club platform and that day became the turning point of my life. I instantly created a page on facebook to begin with and went to explore on how to start a blog. This was the toughest part for me, since I had no clue on how blogging works. At the same time one of my cousins, started her blog and with her help I got to know the basics of buying a domain and host etc and self hosted the entire site on my own from designing the website, to purchasing the domain and host, to building content etc.

I won’t lie, the first 4 months all i did was just posted  the content rather images and did nothing else. I had no idea about seo, DA, PA etc nor i was showing any interest until people started approaching to feature my work.

HOW DID THE CHANGE HAPPEN ?

I actually do not know what triggered me, but I remember thinking should i join my work back or do something i love. And i got the answer, bcaz i wanted to do something for myself rather then run around on 9-6 job ( btw my job was never 9-6, i use to work on weekends too since i was in BTL/Event industry) and i guess the whole idea of leaving babykj and going to work was bothering me. So that time I decided to stick to blogging.

So the first steps I took was enrolled myself on two major blogging platforms – Indiblogger and Skill infinity. At that point of time Skill Infinity was featuring bloggers on their platform and I came across this humble man Tirthankar who runs the blog The Poor Nomad and is a seo specialist. He may not realise this but he is my mentor who taught me or rather still teaches me and guides on the entire drama that goes around SEO, blogging tips, information on guest posting etc. And i cant be more than thankful to him for being such a kind soul and guiding me throughout.

The added cherry on the cake is the constant motivation I received in being featured with parenting communities like Momspresso, The First Moms Club, OoWomaniya, Mama and peaches subscription box newsletter etc that helped me to be consistent with my content. Although I have my own highs and lows while managing a toddler I just enjoy this small bits of fame.

Also i took keen interest in participating in blog trains hosted by fellow bloggers, being a part of the myfriendalexa campaign organised by blog chatter and varied such small activities to showcase my presence in the blogging world.

I also took up a course on Pinterest organised by Neha from Sharing Our Experiences which has helped me to gain some organic views to my blog. However I am still very inconsistent with pinterest, I need to work on this area a little bit more.

ONE YEAR LATER

These stats may be small but hold a lot of meaning to me because I have really grown from 0 visitors to whatever i have till now

Page Views – 12000

Monthly views – 600

Number of Post – 100

Instagram Followers – 2600

WHATS NEXT ON THE BLOG

I have loads of plan on where to take my blog in the second year, but i am going  to ask you as an audience what would you like to see more . I am going to run a poll on instagram and share my future ideas and plz do give me genuine answers. You can even DM me or comment on the blog post.

You can participate in my insta polls and give your opinion here https://www.instagram.com/themagicplatter/

MY CURRENT CHALLENGE

It’s more of a personal challenge and i am figuring out a way on how to deal with it. My infant baby is now a toddler which means he is taking more of my time because he is super hyperactive, wants to play with me whole day. infact very clingy to me and will go to play school next year june.  Even if i make foodarts, he is more interested in eating it or playing with it and does not even give me that 2 mins to shoot. So if mommas, you are reading this pllzzzzz share some solutions so i can find time for something i am getting passionate about 

MOST IMPORTANT – DO I MAKE MONEY FROM THE BLOG

Many of moms specifically are curious whether one can earn from blogging. So let me get it straight. I earn but its not very consistent. And whatever i have earned till now is more of like a pocket money to myself.  Although I feel I can get more out of it, I want to be very authentic. I wont stand behind a product or brand that i dont use personally. I am thinking of using this platform for affiliate links etc but still not come to a conclusion.  But the day when money’s will keep rolling, I will definitely share the secret with you.

And before I end this post let me thank some wonderful people whom I could not cover in the post – My hubby Nikhil Jain who had to support me for my crazy ideas and feedbacks, Few blogger moms whose help I took on time to time basis whenever I was stuck at things Neha from Growing with Nemit, Priya from TheMommysphere, Henal from TheVeggiestan. And incase i missed on anyone, let me tell you I am deeply thankful to everyone of you including my audience for your constant belief in me.

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There is silence in my society today, as the 7th day ganpati has bid adieu to us. I personally feel the festival has ended today since i cant hear the melodious bhajans, cannot participate in the aarti/puja, enjoy connecting with faces i did not know once and moreover be happy and lost in the spiritual, positive, vibrancy around me. 

However, I am so happy and thankful to our society members who had organised to celebrate this festival. Because I never imagined my kid would come back home with so much of learning that i never planned or foresee it. Although BabyKJ took 1-2 days to adjust with the changes in the surrounding, he ultimately was just so happy and picked up skills during the ganpati festival

So without wasting much time, I am sharing 4 skills my toddler developed during ganpati festival

SOCIAL SKILLS 

Kiaan has always been a mom’s baby. He always clings around me or sticks to me like glue. But attending and being part of this celebration he started communicating with others, playing with kids elder or similar to his age, started going to people whenever he felt like and interacting with everyone. Since a long time I waited to see this side of him and I was super happy about it

EMOTIONAL SKILLS

Happy environment acts as brain boosters for kids. They tend to pick up certain  developmental skills and start to understand the true meaning of it . For example whenever Kiaan heard the aarti he use to clap and feel good about it.  He use to dance with others on bhajans/ songs and hold his head with pride on his behavior.

LEARNING SKILLS

Kids learning pace fastens when they dwell in such positive environment. He now knows we need to say ganpati bappa moriya, pray by folding the hands together, take aarti with his hands, decorate bappa with good clothes and jewelery etc. These are small things but for a toddler the learning process happened within 7 days.

INTELLECTUAL SKILLS 

The impact of this 7 days celebration has been so much running in his mind that whenever I cross a pandal or he sees an image of bappa on the streets he tells me “moriya” or “jai jai” etc.  I would rather say his memory power has been boosted and he remembers and tries to interpret things he see. 

This larger than life festival has improvised my toddlers behavior and enhanced his skills set.  For those who participated in this festive occasion, I am sure you would too have noticed some positive development in your kids. Plz feel free to elaborate this pointers ans share your experience with me and others by commenting on this post. I would love to hear from you.

This is an offbeat post from what I do, I just wanted  to share what I felt and hence have penned down my emotions here. Incase you interested in checking my foodart you can click here

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Do your kids enjoy wearing animal masks and enacting like them.  Well who doesn’t,  this is one form of role play for them which is fun, entertaining and thrilling experience for a child. But have you thought, If we could create food animal mask on the dinner table. I bet no !! So how about we Learn to make fun food mask for kids and take their learning curve to another level.

Before I share the steps, let me give you a little brief of actually how this idea popped up.  I had made boiled red Chana Chaat for myself. Babykj started showing some interest in it.  So I decided to make a mouse face and sing the rhyme – hickory dickory dock and serve him this chaat. With just 5 mins in hand, I managed to make the food mask which looked liked a crossbreed of mouse and a bear.  When I took a poll of what did the food mask look like on instagram 68%said mouse and rest 32% said bear ..Some saving grace of 12%.

But you learn from your mistakes, don’t you. So the second time when I made Dalia khichdi at home I ensured the food mask look true to the character and bang on, it did look like a baby lion as expected. So here I am sharing my experience and teaching you to Learn to make fun food mask for kids

1. The Mouse Face Mask

Learn to make fun food mask for the kids

Ingredients

  • Boiled red Channa chaat garnished with onions,  tomatoes,  red chilli,  salt,  chaat masala, lemon etc
  • Cucumber
  • Cabbage
  • Cadbury balls

Method

  • Give an outline of the character you choose with the red Chan’s chastity and fill it completely
  • Place eyes and nose using cucumbers and cadbury ball
  • Make the whiskers using cabbage
  • And the meal is ready to serve

2. The Lion Face Mask

Learn to make fun food mask for the kids

Ingredients

  • Dalia khichdi
  • Carrots
  • Cadbury balls

Method

  • Create the outline of the character selected using Dalia and fill it completely with the khichdi
  • To show the lion Harry,  use shredded carrots and pace it as shown in the picture
  • Place carrot in middle to make  the nose and whiskers
  • Add the cadbury balls to make the eyes
  • Use olives to make the mouth and the food mask is ready to serve served

I hope you enjoyed this form of foodart and have learned to make fun food mask for kids. In case you liked this foodart you can also check some more i made in past here

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