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GKFoodDiary - Indian and Baby Food Recipe Blog Pages - Menu Home Homemade Baby Food Baby Food Charts Recipe Index Archive Contact About Privacy policy Friday, 29 July 2016 Ragi Malt Drink For Toddlers and Kids Ragi Malt Drink Recipe - healthy drink prepared from homemade ragi malt powder. As promised in homemade ragi malt powder post, here is the recipe for ragi malt. It's very quick to prepare, healthy and tasty too! Do include this healthy homemade drink in your toddlers or kids diet at least once in a week to meet their calcium requirements.This ragi malt is even good for pregnant women and breastfeeding moms too. Now Let's check how to make this ragi malt drink recipe for toddlers and kids. Ragi Malt Drink Recipe for Toddlers and Kids Prep time 5 mins Cook time 10 mins Total time 15 mins Ragi Malt - Health Drink for toddlers made with homemade ragi malt powder Author: Kalyani Recipe type: Beverages Cuisine: Indian Serves: 2 Ingredients Homemade Ragi Malt Powder - 2 tbsp Powdered Jaggery/ Palm Sugar/ Brown Sugar - 1 tbsp Water - 1/2 cup Boiled milk - 1 cup Method : 1. Keep all the ingredients ready. Take 2 tbsp of ragi malt powder and add 1/2 cup of water to it. Mix well with a hand whisk so that no lumps are formed. 2. Cook the ragi malt powder in medium flame for 5 minutes or until it gets cooked completely & becomes shiny. Stir it continuously while cooking otherwise it may stick to the vessel. 3. Once the ragi malt powder is completely cooked, add 1 cup of milk to the cooked ragi malt powder. Mix well. Boil it for 5 more minutes or until rolling boil. Remove from flame once done and cool it down. The malt drink becomes thick after cooling down. So switch off the flame accordingly, Tasty and healthy Ragi malt is ready to serve. Hope you found this recipe useful. To get regular updates, do like my facebook page GKFoodDiary or follow me through Google+,Twitter & Pintrest! Notes : The consistency of this drink should be pouring and it tastes best when served hot/warm. Generally this ragi malt powder doesn't cause any allergies, but check for symptoms and stop feeding your baby if you find any. Always check with your pediatrician before introducing any new food. This ragi malt becomes thick when cooled down. So switch off the flame accordingly. Continue Reading... Posted by Gk Fooddiary at 02:26 No comments: Labels: Ragi Recipes, Toddler Food Recipes Wednesday, 27 July 2016 Homemade Ragi Malt Powder Recipe for Toddlers and Kids Homemade ragi malt powder - healthy malt mix with ragi flour and nuts. I have already posted a version of ragi malt mix with green gram earlier, but this ragi malt mix I have tried with powdered nuts and it turned out super tasty. If you are concerned about your child weight or the quality of food with adequate nutrition in his/her daily intake, then you should start including this healthy ragi malt in your child diet. It's sure a better option than ready made health mixes which are easily available in the market. Though you need to put some effort/time to prepare this powder at home but keep in mind that you are going to make a best choice for your little kid in long runs! When to introduce this ragi malt mix powder to babies This Homemade ragi malt powder can be given to babies of age one year plus after introducing each nuts and ragi flour separate. Once you ruled out allergies, try this homemade ragi malt powder. When you start begin with 1/2 tsp of this powder and check whether the baby shows any allergic reaction. Check it for 3 days and if the baby is not allergic to it, you can increase the amount gradually. Use this powder to prepare a instant malt with milk or even you can try ladoos. I will post the detail recipe of preparing ragi malt soon. Here is how to make homemade ragi malt powder for toddlers and kids. Homemade Ragi Malt Powder Recipe for toddlers and kids Prep time 15 mins Cook time 15 mins Total time 30 minutes Homemade ragi malt powder - Healthy homemade ragi malt powder mix with nuts which is high in nutrients. Author: Kalyani Recipe type: Baby food Cuisine: Indian Makes: 2 cups Ingredients Ragi Flour - 1 cup Almonds/Badam - 1/2 cup Cashews - 1/4 cup Pistachios - 4 tbsp Whole Cardamom - 2 nos(optional) Saffron - 1/4 tsp Dry ginger - a small piece (optional) Cardamom- 1/4 tsp Palm Sugar or brown sugar - 1/2 to 3/4 cup Preparation : Measure all the ingredients using a measuring cup as mentioned in the ingredients table & keep it ready. Method : 1. Dry roast the ragi flour in low medium flame until nice aroma comes. It may take 5 minutes. Set aside. 2. Next step is to blanch the almonds. Heat a cup of water in a sauce pan until rolling boil and add almonds to it. Keep it undisturbed for 3 minutes. After 3 minutes, add cold water to it and drain the water completely from it. 3. Transfer the drained almonds to a clean absorbent cloth or a towel and pat dry it. Peel the skin off from the almonds and pat dry them once again. 4. Then dry roast the blanched almonds in a pan until it's hot to touch. Keep aside and cool it down. Next, dry roast the cashews until its hot to touch. Remove from the pan and set aside. Don't dry roast for a long time, as it may leave out oil. 5. Dry roast the pistachios until its hot to touch. Remove from the pan and set aside. Now add the roasted almonds, cashews, pistachios along with dry ginger, cardamom & saffron to a blender. 6. Now add palm sugar/brown sugar to the blender and give a run. Use pulse option in the mixie. Don't grind too much, just pulse it for 10 seconds. 7. Now sieve the powder using a sieve. Set the sieved fine powder aside. Collect the hard particles and add it to the blender. 8. Again grind the particles using pulse option for 10 seconds. Sieve it again and collect the smooth powder. If needed, sieve and grind again. 9. Now mix the ground nuts sugar mix to the roasted ragi flour and store it in an air tight container. Healthy homemade ragi malt mix is ready! Hope you found this recipe useful. To get regular updates, do like my facebook page GKFoodDiary or follow me through Google+,Twitter & Pintrest! Notes : You can store this homemade ragi malt powder in an airtight container at room temperature or keep it in refrigerator if you live in a humid weather. It stays well for 2 to 3 months if handled properly. Instead of Palm sugar/brown sugar you can use white rock sugar too. Adjust the palm sugar/brown sugar quantity according to your preference. Make sure you cool down completely after roasting & blending. Otherwise it will let out moisture. Don't grind too much as it may leave out oil. Always check with your pediatrician before introducing any new food. Don't dry roast the nuts for too long as it may leave out oil. Dry roast each nuts until its hot to touch or You could simply sun dry them and grind too. Never run the mixer/blender for more than 10 seconds when grinding as nuts may leave out oil if you blend continuously, use pulse option in the mixie/blender. Sieve it well to get a fine powder. Grinding the nuts with sugar helps to get fine powder. Continue Reading... Posted by Gk Fooddiary at 06:36 No comments: Labels: Homemade, Ragi Recipes, Toddler Food Recipes Monday, 25 July 2016 Rice Milk Porridge Recipe for Toddlers and Kids Rice Milk Porridge (with garlic)/ Paal Kanji - healthy porridge recipe made with rice, milk/Cocount milk and garlic. This porridge is ideal for growing kids and new moms to increase breastmilk production(as garlic helps with lacation). It can also given during sickness especially to cure the digestive issues due to gas as garlic enhances digestion. My mom would prepare this at least once in two weeks for its healthy goodness! This rice milk porridge can be given to babies after one year and it tastes great plain. But my mom used to add powdered jaggery at the end for sweet version and serve with fried gram dal chutney/pottukadalai chutney for savoury version. Do include this healthy porridge recipe in your little ones diet and make them healthy! Here is how to make healthy rice milk porridge recipe for toddlers and toddlers. Rice Milk Porridge Recipe for Toddlers and Kids(with garlic) | Paal Kanji Prep time 10 mins Cook time 15 mins Total time 25 mins Rice milk Porridge - healthy porridge recipe with rice,milk and garlic. Helpful for digestion and lactating moms. Author: Kalyani Recipe type: Baby Food Cuisine: Indian Serves : 3 Ingredients Rice - 1/4 cup Garlic - 4 big cloves Cocount milk/ Cows Milk - 1/2 cup Water - 1.5 cups Cumin seeds - 1/2 tsp Fenugreek seeds - 1/8 tsp Salt - as needed Method : 1. Measure and keep all ingredients ready. In a pressure cooker take washed rice, cumin seeds, fenugreek seeds, finely chopped garlic and required salt. Add 1.5 cups of watee and pressure cook everything for 6-8 whistles in medium low flame. 2. Open the pressure cooker once pressure released. Mash the rice well with a spoon and then add milk. Boil everything in low medium flame for 5 minutes. If using Cocount milk, let it boil it only for 2 minutes. 3. Once the milk boiled well and porridge like consistency is reached, switch off the flame and cool it down. The healthy rice milk porridge is ready! Serve warm. Hope you liked this recipe. To get regular updates, do like my facebook page GKFoodDiary or follow me through Google+,Twitter & Pintrest! Notes : You can use any type of rice to make this porridge. If the porridge becomes too thick, add boiled water/cows milk/cocount milk to adjust the consistency while feeding. If using Cocount milk don't let it boil it for more time as it may get curdled. You can serve this porridge plain or with jaggery or any chutney , even sambar. Always check with your baby's doctor before giving any new food to your baby. Continue Reading... Posted by Gk Fooddiary at 08:26 No comments: Labels: Baby Care, Toddler Food Recipes Sunday, 24 July 2016 Mango Kulfi Recipe for Toddlers and Kids Mango Kulfi - homemade, kulfi recipe with mangoes, nuts and milk! I have a lot of childhood memories associated with kulfis! After trying my hands with homemade icecream, I wanted to try kulfi as well. It turned out good and it's easier to make at home than icecreams. You can give this homemade mango kulfi to your kids after 1.5 years as a rare treat:) Now, Let's get on to check how to make this homemade mango kulfi recipe for toddlers and kids. Mango Kulfi Recipe for Toddlers and Kids Prep time 20 mins Freezing time 10 to 12 hours Total time 12 hours Mango Kulfi - easy homemade mango kulfi recipe with mangoes, milk and nuts Author: Kalyani Recipe type: Dessert Cuisine: Indian Makes : 10-12 kulfis Ingredients Mango puree - 1 cup Brown Sugar / Sugar - 1/2 cup Whole milk - 2.5 cups Corn Flour - 1 tbsp Almonds - 2 tbsp Cashews - 2 tbsp Pistachios - 1/4 cup Saffron - a generous pinch Cardamom powder - 1/4 tsp Method : 1. Wash the mangoes in running water thoroughly. Place it on a cutting board and slice the fruit vertically into 3 pieces. Then scoop the mango pulp. Then take the mango pulp along with cardamom powder in a juicer/blender. Blend everything till smooth. Take a bowl and add saffron to 2 tbsp of milk along with corn flour. Mix well and Set aside. 2. Soak almonds, cashews and pistachios in water for 15 minutes. Then grind them to a paste with little water to a slightly smooth paste. 3. Boil milk in a heavy bottomed pan and simmer it until it reduces from the original quantity for 10 minutes. Add the ground nuts mixture to it and mix well. 4. Now add sugar. Give a quick stir and then add saffron corn flour mix and mix well without any lumps. Heat it further for 5 more minutes with occasional stirring. 5. Once the mixture is thick, add mango puree. Mix well. Switch off the flame once done and cool it down. 6. Once the mixture is cooled, add it to kulfi/popscile moulds and close it with a lid or stick. 7. Now Place the moulds in a freezer and freeze it overnight or at least 6 hours. After freezing, take the moulds from the freezer and wash it in tap water for 10-15 seconds. Then unmould it and serve the kulfis! Serve the mango kulfi chilled. Hope you liked this recipe. To get regular updates, please like my facebook page GKFoodDiary or follow me through Google+,Twitter & Pintrest! Notes : Adding corn flour gives a nice texture and helps to make the milk thicker quikly, instead of corn flour you could use custard powder or milk powder. Use whole milk for best results. You could use white sugar or brown sugar to make this kulfi. Prefer brown sugar for a healthy version. Adjust sweetness according to the taste of mangoes. It stays well for 2 weeks in freezer. Always check with your doctor before giving any new food to your baby. Make sure to introduce everything separate to your baby before you try this mango kulfi. Continue Reading... Posted by Gk Fooddiary at 09:42 No comments: Labels: Desserts, Mango Recipes, Toddler Food Recipes Wednesday, 20 July 2016 Eggless Whole Wheat Muffins Recipe for Toddlers and Kids Eggless whole wheat muffins - easy muffins recipe made with whole wheat flour and no eggs! Yayyy finally I have tried my hands with baking, I should say that it was a wonderful experience! I wanted to start my first baking with basic muffin recipe which should be simple and healthy. So I browsed around and found this recipe from here. The muffins came out so tasty and we all loved it so much. Now am confident to try cake recipes too. So keep watching my space for more healthy baking recipes:) This whole wheat muffins can be given to toddlers after one year. It's a perfect after school snack for kids as well! Try this easy and healthy muffins for yourself and the little ones at home , do update me with your results too! Now Let's get on to check how to make this healthy egg-less whole wheat muffins. Eggless Whole Wheat Muffins Recipe Prep time 20 mins Cook time / Baking Time 25 mins Total time 45 mins Eggless whole wheat muffins - no fuss, egg-less muffins recipe with whole wheat flour Author: Kalyani Recipe type: Cakes Cuisine: World Makes: 8-10 small muffins Ingredients Whole Wheat Flour - 1 Cup Baking Soda - 1/2 tsp Salt - a pinch Chocolate chips/ broken walnut - 1/3 cup Warm water - 3/4 cup Brown Sugar - 1/2 cup Lemon Juice - 1/2 tbsp Vanilla essence - 1 tsp Olive oil/sunflower oil - 3 tbsp Method : 1. Line up the muffin tray with muffin liners. Measure and Sieve the whole wheat flour and mix well with baking soda and a pinch of salt. Also preheat the oven to 180 degrees for 10 minutes. Measure and keep all the other ingredients ready. 2. Heat water until its warm and add sugar to it. Mix well with a hand whisk until the sugar is completely dissolved. 3. Then add vanilla essence and oil one by one. Mix well so that the oil is mixed evenly. 4. Then add lemon juice to it. Stir well. Now add the sieved whole wheat flour mixture to the wet ingredients. Gently mix everything well for 10-15 seconds. Don't over mix it. 5. Then add chocolate chips or broken nuts to the mix and give a stir. The final mixture should be slightly runny as the wet ingredients are more. 6. Pour the mixture into muffin liners and Bake in the preheated oven for 25 -30 minutes (baking time depends on the size of the muffin tray and oven) at 180° till tooth pick inserted in the center comes out clean. Allow to cool in tray for 5 minutes . The healthy whole wheat muffins are ready to serve ! Hope you liked this recipe! To get regular updates, please like my facebook page GKFoodDiary or follow me through Google+,Twitter & Pintrest! Notes : The muffins stays well for 4 days at room temperature and keeps good for a week if stored in refrigerator. You could use walnuts or any nuts of your choice instead of chocolate chips. Mixing and measurements are most important for the perfect muffins. The same recipe can be tried in a cake pan too, but the baking time may vary from 35-40 minutes. Continue Reading... Posted by Gk Fooddiary at 03:25 No comments: Labels: Cake Recipes, Toddler Food Recipes Sunday, 17 July 2016 Instant Banana Dosa Recipe for Babies, Toddlers and Kids (with Sooji) Instant Banana Dosa/banana pancakes - Soft, thick pancake like dosa made with banana, suji/rava, brown sugar/jaggery and dry fruits. As I have mentioned earlier, my little one love bananas and hence I experiment many recipes with bananas. This instant banana dosa recipe was a real hit at home and tastes excellent with sooji. It tastes so good when it hits your lips and will be finished in no time! This banana dosa can be given to babies after 8 months as a finger food. Check other similar recipes of banana dosa's/pancakes here: Egg Banana Pancakes Wheat Banana Pancakes Mini Banana Dosa (made with idli dosa batter) Now Let's get on to check how to make this easy banana dosa recipe for babies, toddlers and kids. Instant Banana Dosa Recipe for Toddlers & kids (with Sooji) Prep time 10 mins Cook time 10 mins Total time 20 mins Instant Sweet Banana Dosa - Easy and tasty dosa recipe with banana, dry fruits and sooji/rava. Quick and easy breakfast/dinner Or evening snack. Author: Kalyani Recipe type: Breakfast Cuisine: Indian Makes : 4 Ingredients Banana - 3 small ripped Sooji/ Rava / Semolina - 1/2 cup Water - 1/2 cup Brown sugar/jaggery - 2 tbsp Raisins - 1 tsp Cashews - 1.5 tsp chopped Cardamom powder - a pinch Grated Coconut - 1 tbsp (optional) Oil/Ghee - for making dosas Method : 1. Keep everything ready. Chop the banana roughly into pieces. Take chopped banana, water, cardamom powder, cashews, raisins and sugar/jaggery in a blender. Blend everything to a smooth paste. 2. Now transfer the blended paste to a vessel and add required amount of sooji/rava. 3. Add grated coconut if using. Mix everything well and add some water if the batter is too thick. 4. Heat a tawa or iron skillet, add a ladle of banana sooji batter to it and spread it to form a circle. Don't spread too much. It should be thick like pancakes. Sprinkle oil/ghee. Cook in low medium flame. Cook until brown on one side for three minutes and flip it carefully. Repeat the same for remaining banana sooji batter. The tasty banana dosa is ready to serve ! Hope you liked this recipe! To get regular updates, do like my facebook page GKFoodDiary or follow me through Google+,Twitter & Pintrest! Notes : You can add nuts powder instead of cashews and raisins. Cook everything in low to medium flame otherwise it gets burnt or sticky. You can use broken wheat rava instead of suji. Use over ripe bananas for this recipe. You could also use milk instead of water. Adjust sweetness as per the taste of bananas. Don't spread this bread dosa thin. Skip sugar/jaggery for babies below one year. Always check with your pediatrician before introducing any new food. Continue Reading... Posted by Gk Fooddiary at 02:10 No comments: Labels: Baby food recipes, Banana Recipes, Dosa varieties, Sooji Recipes, Toddler Food Recipes Older Posts Home Subscribe to: Posts (Atom) Like Us on Facebook page to get regular updates GKFoodDiary Recent Post Recent Posts Widget Your browser does not support JavaScript! 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