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Food and Nutrition

Holiday snacking made healthy

Tanuja Sodhi
3 to 7 years

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Holiday snacking made healthy

Its finally vacation time and you have this inexhaustible to-do list to eliminate. And all that your ‘super-charged little monsters’ seem to be worried about is whether you have packed their ‘empty-calorie-loaded’ junk-box or not! The lard-laden, blubber-making, nutrient-less cookies, candies, waffles, potato chips, etc are all that our little ones have been conditioned to think of as yummy and toothsome snacks. Must holiday snacking always mean chomping cookies, cakes and candies? Why do the young minds perceive expressions such as ‘healthy-eating’ and ‘fun-eating’ as antonyms of each other?


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RAC Hana Vivek Bangadbhatti

| Jun 15, 2015

wow really very healthy snacks. Thank you

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Rohini

| Jun 14, 2015

Nice amd simple ideas..

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Neha Netragaonkar

| Jun 13, 2015

Simple n healthy recipes.

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Preeti Madhura

| Jun 13, 2015

Nice idea!!

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Ishta

| May 18, 2014

Simple to cook but relishing recipes

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sheetal

| May 13, 2014

Great idea n health snacks

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Pooja

| May 13, 2014

also gr8 idea to involve child in making salads or bhelpuri etc. in vacations

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Sonali chawla

| May 13, 2014

very nice recipes...

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Meena Kumari

| Jul 02, 2013

good options

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Ritu

| May 28, 2013

I usually give parantha to my son stuffed with paneer or methinor potato and he takes with much disinterest but this time around I tried your idli recipe for my son, and it worked. Thanks.

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Monika Kohli

| May 25, 2013

Easy and simple mouth watering recipes for kids... thanks for the great ideas

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Anurima

| Jan 11, 2013

Great ideas and quick to make recipes too. Thanks!

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Neena

| Jan 11, 2013

Nice! The underlying theme is that holidays dont mean endless junk snacking, particularly when holidays keep getting extended in this biting cold. Love your suggestions Ms. Sodhi, thanks!

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