1. Multigrain Pizza
Use healthy multigrain bread for pizza base instead of regular pizza base bread. Replace ketchup with fresh pesto sauce and add some healthy toppings such as mushrooms, olives, capsicum, tomato, and green veggies.
2. Lentil-Mushroom Burgers
Now the time of unhealthy and oily burgers is over. Here I present you a much healthy burger. Eliminate potatoes from the patties and add mushrooms and some lentils in them. Use buns made with whole wheat.
3. Ragi Cookies
Ragi is rich in calcium which is one of the essential nutrients for your child's growth. Ragi turns brown after roasting and can be easily disguised as chocolate cookies. Try oatmeal and raisin cookies for more options.
4. Eggless Atta Cake
For a healthy tea time cake, use yogurt, cinnamon, nuts, whole wheat flour and jaggery. All these ingredients are healthy and become tasty when turned into a cake.
5. Melon and Kiwi Fruit Smoothie
Add Kiwi, melon, grapes, papaya, honey, milk and oats together in a blender and blend it well. And serve this fulfilling, tasty, and refreshing cold beverage to your children. Believe me; they will love this smoothie during the ongoing hot summer season.
6. Whole Wheat Pasta in Mushroom Sauce
Make this pasta at home with a creamy mushroom sauce, whole wheat penne and some healthy veggies. You can also blend the vegetables with the sauce, to make it difficult for your child to guess what they are eating.
7. Chicken Ball and Spinach Soup
Adding Spring onion greens, garlic, crumbled chicken cubes, mushrooms, spinach leaves and bean sprouts together in this dish makes it supremely delicious yet healthy.
8. Oats Idli
Roasted oats, mustard seeds, chana dal, urad dal, and a little bit of turmeric powder make these idlis an ideal choice for a healthy lunch box meal.