Evening time calls for snack time. If your kid loves to munch on packaged foods to satisfy evening hunger, consider exploring recipes to make something wholesome instead. Here are some ideas for delicious and wholesome snacks that your kids will love:

Vegetable Upma

Upma, made from semolina (sooji), is a wholesome and filling snack option. Add colourful vegetables like carrots, peas, and bell peppers to make it more nutritious. Season with spices like mustard seeds, curry leaves, and turmeric for added flavour.

Yogurt Parfait

Mix Greek yogurt with fresh fruits like berries, bananas, and granola to create a delicious and nutritious parfait. Greek yogurt is high in protein and calcium, while fruits add natural sweetness and fibre. Your kids will surely love the deliciousness of yogurt parfait. 

Baked Sweet Potato Fries

Cut sweet potatoes into sticks, toss them with a bit of olive oil, salt, and spices like paprika or cinnamon, and bake until crispy. Sweet potatoes are rich in vitamins and fibre, making them a nutritious alternative to regular potatoes.

Moong Dal Chila

Moong dal chila is a savory pancake made from ground moong dal (split green gram) batter. It's packed with protein and fibre, making it an excellent snack choice for kids. Serve it with mint chutney or yogurt for a delicious and nutritious treat.

Sprouts Chaat

Sprouts chaat is a refreshing and nutritious snack that's easy to prepare. Mix sprouted beans like chickpeas, and peas with chopped onions, tomatoes, and green chilies. Season with chaat masala, lemon juice, and a sprinkle of sev for a crunchy texture.

Masala Puffed Rice (Murmura)

Masala puffed rice, also known as murmura or bhel, is a popular street food snack in India. Murmura is easily available in the market. Mix with chopped onions, tomatoes, cilantro, and a squeeze of lemon juice. Season with chaat masala, cumin powder, and red chili powder for a zesty and crunchy snack.