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These delicious homemade dessert snack recipes are easy to make and nutritious too for your little one - and the entire family to enjoy.
These delicious homemade dessert snack recipes are easy to make and nutritious too for your little one – and the entire family to enjoy.
Who says desserts snacks are all bad? You can make yummy dessert snacks for your kids/toddlers that are as nutritious as the meal. I would like to share two easy-to-make and healthy dessert snack recipes for your kids (older than 12 months.)
You can serve them after the meal or as a mid-day snack. But before you go on to try these recipes or other new dessert recipes, keep the following points in mind:
Bananas are naturally sweet and serve as an excellent source of nourishment. These perfect fruits are definitely a good addition to your toddler’s diet. It is rich in potassium and fiber and is a good source of Vitamin C, Vitamin B6 and Vitamin B2.
Preparation: Heat milk in a pan and add corn flour and drinking chocolate powder. Keep stirring the mixture on low flame until it thickens to a soupy consistency. Add a banana in the mixture and serve at room temperature or cold.
Preparation: Line all the paper cupcake cases in the cupcake mold and keep aside. To prepare the batter, mix together all the ingredients in a bowl. Fill this batter in the cupcake cases till 3/4 height. Then preheated oven on 175 degrees for 15-20 minutes and place the cupcake mold for approximately 20 to 25 minutes or more, until cooked.
Try out these yummy recipes and enjoy the dessert-snack time like never before!
First published at the author’s blog
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