Is Diwali your Kid’s favorite festival! “A big Yes” right? All kids do! The delightful diyas, radiant flowers, vibrant rangoli, the dhoom-dhaam all-over, mouth-watering sweets & snacks! Wait sweets & snacks? What are you planning on this Diwali for your Picky eater? Oh ditch the store-bought calorie rich sweets & snacks, try this new nutritious rich Nutreat with your li’ll one at home itself, let your Kid’s favorite festival be more joyous nutritious.
Recipes with Nutreat Kids products
Sweets and savouries have always been a part of Diwali celebrations. With the stressed schedules, making all these fabulous eats at home took a backseat and we began to rely on store made ones. Not anymore, with my range for Nutreat Kids Products, you can make some delicious recipes not just for your children but also for everyone at home! Ready? Let me share with you some recipes with Nutreat Kids products that everyone in your home will love!
A twist to your regular Halwa
Try this Diwali the nutritious and traditionally processed Nutreat, so you can experience the real taste of handcrafted ; homemade. Nutreat kids (our signature product) has got the balanced combination of slow roasted almonds, cashews, pistachios & walnuts with stone grounded pulses and sun dried aged rice. Nutreat is a multipurpose rava type that allows you to prepare all our Indian traditional dishes. So, go head show your creativity. I am going to share my favorite halwa recipe for this Diwali.
All you need…
- 1 cup of Nutreat Kids (yields 400gms of Halwa)
- 2 cups of Sugar/Brown sugar (I prefer this)
- 4 cups of water/milk
- 2 tbs of Ghee
- 1 spoonful of raisins
In a deep bottomed pan, heat the ghee fry the raisins and keep it aside. In the same pan fry Nutreat Kids rava till light brown. Now add water/milk to this. Cook it on a slow flame till done. Add sugar and cook it for 8-10 minutes till you get the Halwa texture. Now add the fried raisins and treat your kid.
Paniyaram/Punugulu with Nutreat Kids brown
This could be really out of the box recipe to this Diwali, a healthy recipe with very less oil and tasty too. Little bit about Nutreat Kids brown Nutreat kids brown is pack of fiber rich brown rice enriched with dry fruits & pulses. And this no-fuss recipe also promises a bite of good health!
All you need…
- 1 cup of Nutreat Kids brown (yields 8-10 paniyaram)
- 1 cup each of curd and water
- 1 tbs of Fenugreek seeds
- Oil for frying paniyaram
- Salt to taste
Mix all the ingredients except salt and keep it aside for 4 hours. Grind it into thick batter; leave it for 6-8 hours. Add salt (you can add veggies if desired). Pour 1 tbsp of the batter into a greased paniyaram pan. Cover the pan with a lid and cook over low flame. When the edges turn light brown flip them over and cook till the other side is golden brown. Remove and serve medium hot with chutney or sauce of your kids’ choice.
My journey with Nutreat Kids products
The zest to start making my own recipes for my child instead of opting for ready made food options is what started my journey towards Nutreat. The store bought options were only calorie rich and were completely low on nutrition value, let alone the tons of preservatives that were in it! And after a great research and help from many, I found a wonderful recipe prepared traditionally by my grand-mom. We made it so nutritious using the traditional sun drying & stone grinding methods (almost all ingredients). We cold-process it to ensure that the products retain the maximum nutrient values. Try them and you’ll never settle for a store option after you have used Nutreat products. Hand-made, with lots of love, no preservatives or artificial flavours makes these products extra special!
Jyothi Pappu is the brain behind Nutreat, a select range of products that are processed in the traditional ways. Her passion for healthy cooking made her experiment with different food types in the kitchen, and when she was ready she shared her select recipes with the rest of us. You can view her entire range of products online. This is her post on my blog as a guest contributor, letting more parents know about her fabulous brand.
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