Kids need more nutrition than an adult in their growing years. My little one is 3 years old and a fussy eater too. And many times she tends to eat junk food. Making her eat is a first big task and making her eat nutritious food is another one.
Many moms are sailing in the same boat that what should be given to the kids to eat. Moms like me trust only the homemade food for the kiddos. But lack of time is a hurdle in making time-consuming breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Sometimes we prefer using premixes available in the market. But the chemicals and preservatives present in those packaged premixes make us worry for the health of the little ones.
Then all among the chaos, what is the real solution apart from offering the homemade food?
My Little Moppet Foods
My Little Moppet Foods (My Little Moppet Baby Food) is offering a solution to this major worry of all the moms. My little moppet sathu maavu has already taken place in many households as the healthy nutritious baby food. Made by a doctor mom herself, they have introduced highly nutritious and chemical free food items suitable for all age groups respectively.
I received the samples of toddler food products to use and review and definitely loved them all. Some may find it a little expensive. but they are surely worth it.
I got three packs of pancake mixes. They are Banana Oats, Multi Millet and Choco Raagi respectively.
The instructions and recipes are mentioned at the backside of the pack.
I followed them religiously as I have never made pancakes at home.
The recipe has two versions. One is vegetarian another one is eggetarian.
Though I am an eggetarian, we don’t make eggs at home as per Mother-in-law’s wish.
So I preferred making the vegetarian version using milk. The pancake mix doesn’t contain any kind of sweetener or salt, So I added a little amount of sugar in it.
I tried Banana and oats mix at first.
It looked beautiful. Decorated the pancakes with some chocolate syrup as I had added less sugar in the premix.
Served the pancakes along with some apple slices. At first, my daughter said no for the pancakes and started eating the apple slices.
I had a bite of banana oats pancake and it tasted yum… I exclaimed yummmmm yummm!!! So my daughter was quite excited about something yummy but said Mumma give me a small bite, please.
I offered a small piece of the pancake, and she imitated me saying “yummm yummm!!!” 😀
Within a jiffy, she snatched the plate and ran away. After a few minutes, both the pancakes were over 🙂
Oh, So Happy me that my fussy eater finished it off without a trouble.
Tasty nutritious homemade pancakes with healthy ingredients have become a family’s favourite too.
Keep tuned for the next review of My Little Moppet Foods’ newly introduced food range!!!