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Tiffin ideas for kids: How to make it fuss free?

Lunch-box, dabba, bento box - the humble tiffin is called by many names. While it’s a source of nutrition for our children, coming up with tiffin box recipes for school can be a source of undue stress for parents. Whether you’re a hardcore non-vegetarian or a happy vegetarian, lunch box recipes for children can be tricky to come up with. So to help keep your lunch box woes to a minimum, we’ve answered a few questions from parents just like you.

As a working mom it’s hard to come up new ideas every day for my kid’s tiffin recipes. What can I do? Planning key elements of the tiffin the night before or even over the weekend will save you both time and trouble. And coming up with tiffin recipes for kids with the kids can also make for a fun bonding experience.

What can I do to ensurelunch box recipes for my kidsare interesting? This can be especially hard but creativity is your answer. Adding colourand shapes to your kid’s tiffin recipes can work wonders. A star shaped vegetable cutlet sandwich with crescent shaped watermelon slices will go down a lot smoother than a boring looking meal.

How can I come up with tiffin ideas for kids that are balanced? Exploring the main food groups (grains/meat, fish and eggs/milk and dairy products/vegetables/fruits) will greatly helpyou come up with balanced meals for your children’s tiffin recipes. For example, versatile recipes of paneer like skewers or wraps can be customized keeping in mind the different food groupsto make for healthy lunch options.

I try to ensure variety in tiffin recipes for my kids, but I still struggle to get them to eat. How can I change this? You can make life easier by making different styles of the same food for tiffin recipes. Recipes for the school lunch box can get tricky but at the end of the day it’s important to remember that the meal is for your child. Incorporating healthy lunch box recipes for kids can definitely also benefit them in the long run. Healthier options like upma or idlis can greatly improve the mid-morning slump in energy – without the unavoidable crash in energy with a sugar-based snack.Consuminghealthier tiffin box recipes for schoolwilladd to their overall nutrition and also take care of any hunger pangs between meal times. It’s also important to remember that respecting your child’s wishes is an importantpart of the process. Keeping in mind their likes and dislikes will greatly improve the chances of an empty lunch box at the end of the day.

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