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All mothers try something or the other to get their kids to eat healthy food. Some kids love sweet some love salty. If your child loves to eat sweets, you can make a sweet cheela for him and watch him wipe his plate clean. Here, I have shared a very simple and delicious recipe for kids. The name of the dish is ‘aate ka meetha cheela’. It’s healthy and tastes delicious and kids love it. Here’s how you can make aate ka cheela.
- Wheat flour – 1 cup
- Jaggery as required
- Ripe (mashed) banana – 1
- Milk – 1/2 cup
- Water as required
- Dry fruit powder – 2 tsp
- Elaichi powder – 1/4 tsp
- Ghee – 2 tsp
- Take the wheat flour in a bowl.
- Add the jaggery, mashed banana, milk and little bit of water to the bowl. Mix all the ingredients well to obtain a smooth batter.
- Keep on mixing it using a spoon to avoid lumps from forming.
- Add the dry fruit powder and elaichi powder to the batter and mix again.
- Heat a pan and add the ghee to it.
- Once the ghee is warm, pour a ladle full of batter in the pan and spread it evenly.
- Cook well from one side on low flame.
- Then flip the cheela.
- Cook it well from both sides and add ghee if required in between the process.
- Serve hot to your little one.
This recipe is very healthy for kids above 1 year. It has many nutritional benefits as it has dairy, cereals, dry fruits, and more.
It can be served as a morning breakfast or as a snack in the evening or at dinner time too. Let your child have it whenever he wants it. The best part, it is very easy to make. You can add maple syrup or dates syrup or honey on the cheela. By doing so, the benefits of the recipe will be enhanced.
The main purpose of this recipe is to offer nutritional benefits to kids. You don’t need to force-feed your child, just give him what he would like. Meanwhile, keep experimenting and try new recipes and present them well. Your kid will eat whatever you cook for him without fuss.
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