Here are a 7 quick lunch box recipes and ideas that are sure to impress your kids.
Recipe by Arjun Gupta
Give a healthy spin to their all-time favourite snack and see them grin from ear to ear as they enjoy this delicious burger made with mushrooms, lentils and sun-dried tomatoes. Place it between soft whole wheat buns and you are good to go. Avoid adding too much sauce as that might make the bun soggy by the time its eaten. You could add a slice or two of fresh tomatoes to keep the burger moist.
2.Tomato, Paneer and Mint Chutney Sandwich
Recipe by Aditya Bal and Devanshi
An explosion of simple flavours and lots of colour, just how kids like it. This easy and hassle free sandwich recipe packs the goodness of tomato, paneer and mint. It's a perfect helthy treat for your children.
3.Ragi Pancakes with Sausage Filling and Yoghurt Dip Recipe
Recipe by Plavaneeta Borah
The delicious and wholesome pancakes made of Ragi flour and stuffed with a delicately spiced filling of sausages, baby corns, button mushrooms and red bell peppers. An instant hit with kids.
Recipe by Chef Aditya Bal
Whoever said healthy eating and taste can't go hand in hand obviously didn't know about Burritos, the Mexican wonder snack packing the goodness of Tortilla bread, kidney beans and a cheese mix served with a sensational salsa sauce. Say bye-bye to fussy eaters and hello to second helpings!
5.Moong Dal Chila
Recipe by Rekha Kakkar
One of North India's favourite breakfast recipes chila is an all-time favourite recipes for Indian parents around the world who want to make sure their child has a healthy, filling and delicious lunch for the day.
6.Cheese and avocado paratha
Recipe By Chef Vicky
A quick easy and impressive take to the good ol' paratha. Stuffed with avocado mixture and mozzarella cheese, this recipe is a winner with kids and adults alike
7.Pumpkin Oats Cake
Recipe by Purva Vivek Sawant
Try these special lunch box ideas for kids and make them smile on this special day. Happy Children's Day.
About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.