Rolls To Pakora: 6 Kid-Friendly Bread Recipes
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It is a daunting task to make children eat nutritious and healthy food that is essential for their growth and development. However, you must plan out simple, delicious yet nutritious foods for your kids. One of the Indian staples that can be introduced to kids is bread.   

Bread is not only loved by adults but also by kids. It is a versatile, easy-to-make food that can be customised to suit different tastes and preferences. Kids love the joy of biting into a warm slice of freshly baked bread, whether it is slathered with peanut butter or jelly. It provides essential nutrients and energy, making it a wholesome choice for children. 

As a parent, you can think of a variety of bread recipes that you can serve to your kids. Here are some bread recipes that will be widely enjoyed by kids. Take a look:   

  • Paneer Bread Rolls  

You can introduce your kids to the delightful snack, paneer bread rolls. This combines the goodness of paneer and bread. To prepare rolls, first, you need to flatten the slices of bread. In a bowl, make a mixture of crumbled paneer, spices, and herbs. Put a spoonful or two onto the slices of bread, then roll them up and deep fry until golden brown. These crispy, golden rolls are not only delicious but also packed with protein.  

  • Savoury French Toast   

This is a timeless classic breakfast favourite that is widely enjoyed by kids and adults alike. To make this dish, all you need is cheese, ham, tomatoes, and even avocado. The bread is dipped in a mixture of milk and eggs and fried until golden brown. Top the fresh toast with all the mentioned ingredients and indulge in it.   

  • Corn-Capsicum Sandwich  

You can serve your kids a tasty and nutritious corn-capsicum sandwich. Kids can carry this sandwich to their school tiffin. To make this, mix together cooked corn kernels, chopped capsicum, mayonnaise, and seasonings, then spread the mixture between slices of bread. You can either grill or toast the sandwich, which will add a delicious crunch and bring out the flavours of the filling. Packed with veggies and bursting with flavour, this sandwich will definitely win your kids’ hearts.   

  • Bread Upma  

You can easily make this flavourful dish with leftover bread slices. Cut the bread into cubes and sauté with onions, tomatoes, and spices. Cook until they achieve a golden and crispy texture. This is an excellent breakfast or snack option, and you can customise the dish with veggies and seasonings as per your preference.    

  • Bread Pizza  

Hardly there is a kid who doesn’t like pizza. However, to make the dish more nutritious, you can try giving your kids bread pizza. This easy-to-make dish doesn’t require the task of making dough; instead, it can satisfy the craving for pizza. Simply top the slices of bread with pizza sauce, cheese, and your favourite toppings. Bake the bread pizza until the cheese melts and becomes bubbly. Whether your kids prefer a classic pepperoni or veggie-packed option, bread pizza is a fun and customisable meal that they will love eating.   

  • Bread Pakora   

It is a popular Indian street food snack that is perfect for kids’ lunchboxes or after-school treats. All you need to do is dip the sliced bread in a spicy besan batter and try until golden brown. The result will be a crunchy exterior and a soft, flavourful interior. Serve the dish with ketchup or chutney and you’ll notice that kids will finish eating in no time.