Top Health: Healthy And Tasty Snacking At Any Time Of The Day
School, tuitions, swimming classes, playtime, and homework – there’s a lot on your kid’s plate already, but is there enough food??? With so many demanding activities and a packed schedule, you need to provide your child with wholesome supplements apart from meals to keep them charged. Nutritional snacks are vital to fill in-between energy needs leading to a fewer hunger-fuelled meltdowns and in-turn you have a budding champion at home. Thus, have a look at this 'healthy list' of snacks that can be given to your little one as a vitality booster:
Say cheese:While cheese gets a lot of bad press for adding those extra pounds, it is actually good for kids. Its high dose of calcium, phosphorous and protein is very essential for your growing darlings. It definitely rules the charts when it comes to snacking because it is not only healthy, but also scores high on taste and is often loved by kids. For an innovative cheesy meal, make 'yummy kebabs'. All you have to do is, slide low-fat cheese cubes into pretzel sticks along with vegetables cut in interesting shapes and sizes. You can roast or barbecue the veggies in tangy sauces for added flavour.
Totally egg-ilicious:Eggs are a powerhouse of instant energy and high on protein. They are excellent for your kid’s development. Boiled eggs post-lunch can be a great energy booster. Mix mustard and mayo with sliced eggs and wrap it up in a tortilla to produce a tasty roll in minutes.
Oats rule:If a healthy diet for your kid is on your mind then oats win hands down. Talk about a building strong immune system, providing brain power and fibre– they do it all! And now don’t have to be boring! Top Ramen amalgamates the super delicious noodles with the richness of oats to bring you Top Ramen Oat Noodles. Thus, your kid can enjoy slurpy fun while devouring a nourishing meal.
Fruity fun:Fruits form an important part of the healthy food group.From kids to adults, the more you consume them, the better. However, who says they need to be taken au naturele? Make them exciting – you can make fruit cream (kids find it irresistible), fruit salads with delicious dressings or custards (hungry already?)! So toss out the junk and making snacking fun by including these energy fillers in your child's diet plan!