This banana smoothie is tasty, perfect for breakfast or an evening snack. And since it's so healthy, it's wonderful for kid's parties too!
Tired of sugary jams? This simple, sweet pear spread goes great over artisan bread, scones or hot toast.
Coconut, mango and pineapple are mixed together, their flavours blended and garnished with mint. The cranberries add jewelled tones. Great on its own or as a side, this great dish is ready in mere minutes!
Nothing says summer better than mango and strawberries in a lush, cool salad. And it's ready in a heartbeat!
Here's a tropical fruity drink that's ready in a jiffy. I don't like when ice dilutes my drinks, so I froze pineapple juice in ice cubes and used here. If you can't find fresh cream of coconut, use coconut milk instead.
Ripe apricots and cherries threaded on skewers and dunked in kaju cream flavoured with rosewater. Gourmet snack for your kid's next birthday party!
Lemon ginger sauce drizzled on top of melon for a light, really special summer time treat.
Tastes great on a hot day! Easy to make and satisfies your thirst!
Pass the coke and serve this healthy, fruity water at your next brunch. It looks great and tastes even better! If you don't have oranges, you can use lemons or limes instead.
With oats and bananas, this is a much filling and healthy smoothie than the sugary ones out there. A fantastic breakfast on the go!
Simple and quick, a great addition to breakfast for kids and adults alike.
These healthy and ever popular muffins will always be a hit on your breakfast table. Send them as snacks in your kid's lunch box or enjoy with chai after your afternoon siesta.
This yummy dessert is made with sponge cake drenched in custard and topped with fruits and nuts. Feel free to make the custard and add fruits of your choice! Happy Karva Chauth and Jhhakarian!
Kids with LOVE this! They can help make or decorate it.
Got over ripe bananas that you don't know what to do with? These muffins make super healthy snacks. Make some extra, freeze, and microwave to goodness in no time at all!
A sweet and healthy alternative to parathas for breakfast. Fresh yeast can be bought from your mithai ki dukan.
This is a creamy breakfast cereal made up the night before. Leaving it overnight softens and swells the oats. No cooking required. You only need to add some extra sweet curd on top if desired.
Pears, apricots, cherries with yummy chocolate ice cream. If this fantastic combo, by any chance, doesn't work, feel free to use fruits your kids love!
Chopped dates baked with a mixture of atta, oats and vanilla. It just crumbles in your mouth and goes beautifully with coffee.
The Irish call this soda bread, spilling with raisins, "fruit soda". Breakfast or tea time, serve sliced, buttered and with strong tea!