Just For Kiddos....

Mother’s biggest concern is cooking for their kids that is nutritious and up to their taste. The term “fussy Kid” is as terrifying as a monster. My 25 months old son is not a fussy kid but prefer nicely served food. For the Breakfast if I gave him Scrambled eggs, he wants “Bana” banana slices along with it. Sometimes I marvel on his ability to think and remember things at this age. In this post I would like to share some of my son’s favorite things-

Anytime Favourite- Instant food
Shell Pasta with Mango and Grapes.

1/2 cup Small Vegetable Shells - I used Eden Organic whole grain
Cook pasta as required, rinse, drain and set aside.
1/2 cup Pasta Sauce
Italian Seasoning as per taste
2 tbsp Heavy cream
1/2 cup Sauted Vegetables
Salt and pepper as per taste

Warm up the pasta sauce and mix all the other ingredients and its ready to serve.

Breakfast Time-

Scrambled Egg with Banana Slices

Salt and Pepper
Banana Slices

Heat pan with few drops of oil. Whisk the egg with salt and pepper. Add the egg mixture in the pan. Break apart egg in to pieces, and cook it for 10-15 seconds. (My son prefers dry scrambled egg so sometimes I cook it for little longer time).
Serve Hot with Bread.

Lunch Time-
Dal Paratha with yogurt and Orange slices.

2 cups Whole Wheat Flour
1 cup Left-over Dal or dal cooked with salt and turmeric
Oil For Cooking

Combine Left-over dal or cooked dal in the W.Wheat flour and knead in to smooth and soft dough with the help of enough water.Divide the dough in to equal portions. Roll out each portion in to circle or shape of your choice. Cook it in a skillet with little oil on medium heat until you see brown spot on both sides.

Dinner Time-

Egg curry with curried rice and Tomato Onion Raita

I've already posted this recipe Here and it goes to Cooking For Kids: Rice Event Hosted by Trupti-Recipe Center and started by Sharmi-Neivedyam.

Thank You Trupti and Sharmi.

And it looks like this post is also appropriate for Monthly Mingle Kids Lunches hosted by Cooking 4 all Seasons and launched by Meeta- What's for Lunch Honey?

Thank Srivalli and Meeta.

All Mom's are looking forward for the Round-up!

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