Only majama scenes here because Navratri is right around the corner. While the adults have a separate set of responsibilities during the auspicious festival, we often see kids left out of the programme. This year, include them in your activities and cook up vrat-friendly dishes that are bonafide, plus exciting for children too. Check out our list for cues.
A much sought after Marathi breakfast, this recipe is going to be your kid's best friend. Made with tapioca pearls, whole spices, roasted peanuts, potatoes and curry leaves, it is not only filling but is also light on the gut.
Dried fruit milkshake
Easy to make, easier to slurp off, this dried-fruit milkshake can be churned in under a minute. Filled with the goodness of almonds, cashews and walnuts, this rich protein milkshake will act as an instant energy booster for the little ones.
Watch this video to give a super healthy upgrade to your regular ladoo. Made with moong dal, sesame seeds, rice, dalia and jaggery, it is stacked with nutrients and is going to provide you and your kiddo with tons of energy throughout the festive season.
This quick and easy recipe takes hardly 10 minutes to make and is everyone's favourite snack. Make a batch for your kids in the evening or for a filling dinner with a side of curd or chutney to go with it.
Known for its endless health benefits, makhana or fox nuts halwa is our current favourite. The answer to all your sweet cravings, it is an amazing alternative every time your kids ask for dessert this Navratri.
Try out these recipes and let us know which dish the kiddos preferred the most.
Shreyasee who has always remained a foodie has now embarked upon the journey of channelling her love for the same through her writing. An ardent theatre-lover, she's always on the look-out for new avenues to express her creative self. Apart from writing and working on social media, she also never misses an opportunity to crack a joke, every now and then.