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6 Healthy & Quick Breakfast Ideas for Kids

healthy and quick tiffin recipes for kids
HWC Team
June24/ 2015

If waking up early morning and thinking of what to cook for your kids every day is a big nightmare for you, then you are not alone! If you are guilty of preparing quick and easy tiffin items which may not be healthy for your child, then you must know that there are many easy to make yet very healthy recipes which you can try. These recipes are extremely tasty and also pack a punch. The following are the top healthy and quick tiffin recipes for kids:

1. Curd Rice

Curd rice is one of the best and healthy tiffin recipes for kids that you can try. To make curd rice, you need to mix together 1 cup rice, salt, chopped green chilies, 2 cups curd, chopped tomatoes, chopped cucumber and a few sprouts in a bowl .This recipe works well when cool and hence you don’t have to worry about it going bad by the time the lunch hour comes at school.

2. Fried Chicken

All kids love fried chicken, don’t they? Well to make fried chicken for tiffin, you need to take 4 pieces of chicken legs and rub it over with salt, turmeric, garlic paste and marinate. Leave this overnight. In the morning, take oil in a pan and heat it.  Add the chicken leg pieces and cook after covering the pan for a few minutes. If you want, you can serve this or pack this with bread of your kid’s choice.

3. Saucy Paneer

Another superb tiffin recipe which you can try for your kids is saucy paneer. To make this, take three tsp of oil in a pan and heat it. Then, add chopped garlic, onion, tomatoes and salt to it.  Cook on high flame until the vegetables become crispy. Then add paneer and sprinkle black pepper and tomato sauce over it. Cook for about 3-4 minutes and then remove from the fire. This dish goes well with both rice as well as bread.

4. Stuffed Parantha

All kids love paranthas, especially if they are made stuffed with a few vegetables like onion, tomatoes, potatoes or cheese. To make stuffed paranthas, mix together chopped green chillies, chopped onions, grated cheese, mashed potatoes and salt to taste. Add chili powder and black pepper to the mix and mix them all well together.  Make round balls by mixing this in dough and then make the paranthas.

5. Paneer Sandwich

Sandwiches are a favorite of all kids and when paneer comes into play, then the sandwiches turn into their own healthy variants. To make paneer sandwiches, take a bowl and mix together 100 gm paneer, 1 chopped onion, 2 tsp chopped coriander leaves and 2 chopped green chillies.  Place this mixture in a brown bread and make sandwiches. Grill and cook on both sides and serve.

6. Spinach Corn with Bread

Boil spinach and corn at night and put into refrigerator. Mash together corn and palak and add a little black pepper, salt and yoghurt into it. Cook this mixture on low flame with onion, tomatoes, garlic etc. and serve with bread.

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