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There is no other work than feeding a kid healthy which is more difficult than this. You find out ideas through which you can feed your kid a healthy meal. Usually, the kids are very fond of junk food and not the leafy and healthy one. Below are some ideas which will ease up work and will be a healthy alternative in the shape of the junk.


 food wrapping paper

 One good thing about this recipe is that you can add as many vegetables and even those which your kids don’t eat.


  • 2 Cooked Roti (thin and big)
  • 1 cucumber (sliced into strips)
  • 1 carrot (sliced into strips)
  • ½ cup boiled corns
  • Cabbage leaves
  • Spinach leaves
  • Mayonnaise (or and spread)
  • Italian seasoning
  • Ketchup


Spread mayonnaise or any spread of your preference with the help of a spatula or a spoon on the Roti, sprinkle some Italian seasoning on it. Lay cabbage leaves and spinach leaves on the Roti and put in a few slices of cucumber and carrot. You can add chicken salami slices also. Sprinkle on boiled corns.

Roll the Roti tightly and make sure you don’t tear it up. Cut slices of the roll up into small pieces and secure each one of them with either toothpick or wrap the roll with a wrapping paper and then cut into pieces.

Now they are ready to be arranged in the lunch box.


healthy recipe

This is a seasonal veggie but you can make this with most of the things as stuffing. Leftover Aloo Methi will be the best option.


  • Leftover Aloo Methi
  • Kneaded flour dough
  • Salt to taste
  • A pinch of Red chili powder


Mash the leftover Aloo Methi with a fork and add in salt according to your taste and a pinch of chili powder. Make a cutlet of the dough and flatten it in a way that you can fill in the stuffing. Now, close the mouth of the dough ball after stuffing required amount of filling.

Flatten the dough ball with a rolling pin like you roll a chapatti. Cook it on a tawa by flipping it time to time and by spreading a small amount of ghee on it. Cook it from both the sides and now remove it from the tawa.

Cut it into bite-size pieces so that it is easier for your child to eat and after wrapping, it is ready to be packed.



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