Kids recipes

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3 Stuffed Dosa recipes | Maggi Cheese Dosa | Cheese Sandwich Dosa | Aloo Masala Cheese Dosa

Dosa is a perfect healthy and filling breakfast or even as a snacks.You can always keep some dosa batter ready and handy in a refrigerator,so whenever required you can some quick dosa or idlis for your family.Normally,my kids don’t like idli’s, they like dosa.But I was quiet fed up of making same dosa for them like oats ,bread and plain dosa.So today, I thought of giving a twist to our normal dosa and made dosa by adding some maggi masala noodles filling loaded with full cheese. This Maggi cheesy dosa is delicious and has an amazing aroma.
It really turned out good and yummy , they just couldn’t stop eating. I was quiet happy with my experiments as i also tried making cheesy sandwich dosa and aloo masala cheese dosa.

Simple Sponge Cake – by my young chef



Simple Sponge cake is so simple to prepare that my elder daughter Nuha wanted to give it a try 🙂
Its just a great, simple, tasty sponge cake that even a baby can whip it with no fuss,my both the little chefs had so much fun.It tastes great with or without icing, and you can serve it with almost anything. the ultimate simple pleasure.Do watch my little chefs making this cake , I am sure you will love and enjoy it 🙂Watch..

Vegetable lollipop




Lollipops are famous among kids whether it be a sweet candy lollipop or a chicken lollipop. This summer vacation my kids their grandpa’s place and since my mom is a veg lover,she wanted to try out a lollipops but a veg lollipops for her grandchildren and of course her daugther :)Thanks mom for such a delicious and mind-blowing vegetable lollipop.

So here’s presenting you a secret step by step recipe with pictures from my mom’s kitchen 🙂 Read more…





Gulgule is a very easy and simple recipe in Maharashtra. Gulgule Pua is in the shape of a Pakora. I tried this dish especially for my husband who loves sweet and this is one of his favorite childhood dish.

My kids just loved it , this can be the good snacks for your hungry kids after school.If you like sweet then you will surely like these sweet Gulgule.Read more….


Kids Sushi Rolls


Sushi is a traditional food from Japan. It is a popular dish in other countries as well, such as America, Canada, and the UK, along with many other countries.

Sushi is made with specially prepared rice and it mostly contains raw or cooked seafood, and sometimes vegetables as well. I tried to prepared homemade Sushi roll
for my kids with raw vegetables. Read more..


Monaco Biscuits Canapes

Monaco Biscuits Canapes


Canapes are also known as finger food. Its a small, prepared and usually decorative food, held in the fingers and often eaten in one bite.
I chose kids snack time recipes and here is my first day kids friendly canapes.Canapes also looks very appealing , are extremely light to eat thus, make on to the list of a perfect snack for our kids. Read more..


Nutella Bread Swiss Roll


It’s back to school time and when the kids come home with rumbling tummies ,each and every mom thinks of some easy, healthy after school snacks to keep going till dinner.
I have few collection of recipes, one of them is Nutella bread and cheese swiss roll.
This 3-ingredient recipe is just the perfect snacks for your kids.Read more..

Apple Honey Pancake

Apple_honey_pancakeA pancake is a flat cake, often thin, and round, prepared from a starch-based batter and cooked on a hot surface such as a griddle or frying pan.Apple honey pancake is a healthy way to start your child’s day breakfast before school or brunch after school.Made with butter, honey,apple and all purpose flour. No refined sugar!
My elder daughter is not fond of apple but this pancake served my purpose to feed her with healthy apple breakfast.
Try out this quick,healthy yet yummy recipe.Read more…



Homestyle Potato chips




Homestyle potato chips is really loved by my kids.It’s fun and easy to cook for them.
I like to use olive oil because it has less trans fats, but you can use any oil of your choice.Read more..


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