Snacks are a fantastic way to provide children with the nutrition they need. They are delicious and usually contain quick bites that children can consume and quickly rush to their afternoon music class! But giving children the same thing time and again can bore them. They’ll find excuses to avoid it. So, trying these four sumptuous, filling, and nutritious vegetarian snacks can help.
Dhokla is a traditional Gujarati snack that is now loved and eaten throughout the country. The snack, usually served in the afternoon, contains carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. It also packs potassium, phosphorus, and magnesium. Serve it with some green Pudina chutney and make it even more delightful for your child.
Chana chaat has those spicy and sour flavors children, in particular, love. It consists of cooked chickpeas with tamarind chutney, freshly cut onions, ground aromatic spices, and herbs. These ingredients make Chana chaat a visual treat and delicacy that stimulates the taste buds. But it is also nutritious. You may make it tangy with a few drops of lemon to add vitamin C to the dish.
Herbed potatoes are low in calories and a fantastic source of vitamin C, phosphorus, manganese, and vitamin B6. Ingredients like honey, herbs, and garlic make it even more nutritious and delicious. Honey and garlic pack many medicinal and nutritious attributes, which might benefit your child.
Surti Jowar Wade
Surti Jowar Wada, or Surti Jowar Wade, is a gluten-free snack that packs protein, fiber, and taste. You may serve it as an afternoon snack with sauce and green chutney to make it even more tantalizing.
Some other vegetarian snack items may include sprouts sandwich, vegetable sandwich, mango salsa, puffed rice upma, sprouted moong salad, and Dahi vada. However, consult a doctor if your child is allergic to an ingredient or delicacy. Getting a snack plan charted can prove even more helpful.
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