The most Challenging job of a Mother, is providing her child with the kind of food that helps in total developement of the body.
The food should be nutritious, tasty and appealing.
Through this blog, I am trying to share the various Meal Options that I pack in my kid's lunch box.
I have to pack 3 boxes for my child
Box 1 : Short break eaten around 10 am
Box 2 : Long Break eaten around 1 pm
Box 3 : Bus box or after school box eaten while waiting for the return bus or while on the bus.
In this page, I have listed the Box 1 and Box 2 lunch Options.
Box 3 could be anything of the shelf, which the child prefers, like my daughter prefers cut carrots, cucumber an apple since her school is max 10 mins drive home. So that bit I leave to you to decide.
However if you still need help please contact me, I would be glad to help.
Please note : Below are given only the names of the dishes.
Click on the Menu names to go to the recipes on the Main page.
Meal Combo 11 :
Box 1 : Poori + Chole/Baaji
Box 2 : Pulao + salad
Meal Combo 12 :
Box 1 : Idli + ketchup/chutney
Box 2 : Gobi Parata
Meal Combo 13 :
Box 1 : Veg Sandwich
Box 2 : Paneer roll
Meal Combo 14 :
Box 1 : Chapatis + Aloo Jeera
Box 2 : Fried rice
Meal Combo 15 :
Box 1 : Egg roll
Box 2 : Methi rice
Meal Combo 16 :
Box 1 : Egg sandwich
Box 2 : Mooli Parata
Meal Combo 17 :
Meal Combo 17 :
Box 1 : French Toast
Box 2 : Fried rice and salad
Hats off to you Shilpa. This is so helpful. Now, just waiting for your posts on these paneer snacks. I usually have very less time in the morning, so can't really cook much before kids leave for school. But I guess I can make these snacks in the evenings and weekends. Jahnavi loves paneer. Thanks a ton for starting this blog.ReplyDelete
Thanks Sajni! I have given short cut ways to cook in the mornings especially for kids.Delete
Great work done for Kiddies corner.ReplyDelete
Thanks Kalyani! Am glad you like it!Delete
great combinations..... and perfectly balanced.... thank you !! well done..ReplyDelete
Can I get something that will be good and quick eating for a college break. Its urgent. With recipeReplyDelete
Hi Sneha, For a short college break I would suggest any kind of stuffed Paratas especially Aloo Paratas would be the quickest to eat and healthy and filling too. Also since most of the preparation can be done the previous day and kept in the fridge, morning you will only need to roll the parata and fry. If the right amount of spice is added as per your taste buds it does not require any accompaniment too other than curds or pickle. My first suggestion would be therefore to take Aloo Paratas to college.Delete
The recipe of Aloo Parata is given in my Kiddies Combo 1 itself.
If you are not happy with this, let me know your preference of the base ingredient, ex. if u like rice, or roti or bread and I could suggest something accordingly.
Thanks for following my blog.