Move away from pre-packaged foods packed with sodium and other preservatives by whipping up these easy summer snacks for school lunchboxes or study breaks.
Before school breaks for the summer and everyone can finally take a moment to breathe comes the pressure of examinations and getting school work done on time. As children spend increased hours at school or studying at home, it is important for them to eat the right kind of food to help them stay full, build energy and immunity for the long hours. Knowing how picky children can be when it comes to eating, it is important that taste be paid attention to, along with nutritioH. And in that vein are xx recipes for delicious homemade snacks that sit well in lunchboxes or for your children to nibble on, between breaks.
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This delicious alternative to candy is ideal for kids who spend a lot of time playing sports or running around from one class to another. Packing 4-5 of these is plenty and more and keeps your kid full for a couple of hours.
Green Peas Dip
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This spicy, chatpata green peas dip is an inexpensive alternative to hummus and can be used as a spread for sandwiches or eaten as a dip, along with lavash or pita chips.
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A quick take on the bread upma, this bread chaat is even easier to make if you have some leftover toasted bread from breakfast. You could also use a crusty, fresh bread if you want an extra bit of flavour or nutrition.