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Dry Fruit Mix Powder for Kids

Dry-fruit Mix powder for babies, toddlers or even older kids. See complete video for details. #HappyParentingToYou

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Ingredients:

  • Badam (Almonds) ¾ Cup
  • Pista (Pistachio) ½ Cup
  • Kaju (Cashew nuts) ½ Cup
  • Saunf (Fennel seeds) 2 tsp
  • Sonth (Dried ginger) ½ inch piece
  • Hari elaichi seeds (Green cardamom seeds) powder ½ tsp
  • Brown sugar or Raw sugar ½ Cup (optional)
  • Jaifil (Nutmeg) powder ½ tsp

Directions:

In frying pan,add almonds,pistachio,cashew nuts and roast for 2 minutes.

Add fennel seeds and roast for 1 more minute & let it cool down.

In mixer,add roasted nuts,dried ginger and green cardamom seeds powder,grind well until fine powder (in batches) & take out in airtight jar.

In mixer,add brown sugar or raw sugar and grind well & take out in airtight jar.

Add nutmeg powder and mix well.

Let it cool completely then store in airtight container.

Can be serve with porridge,yogurt,cererals,milk,smoothies,shakes,desserts & sweets.

Important instructions:

For babies above 10 months and toddlers, start with adding ¼ TSP & slowly increase it to 1 TSP.

For children of 2 years & above, add 1 TSP to ½ TBS in milk, porridge or cereals.

This powder can be given to babies above 10 months, toddlers & children of all ages

Always check with your pediatrician before introducing any new food to your child.

Benefits:

Dry fruits are considered as one of the best weight gaining foods which help in proper growth & improve immunity.

They aid in digestion, improve hemoglobin levels in body, protect cardiovascular health & maintain healthy bones.

They are rich in unsaturated fats, protein, Omega - 3 Fatty Acids, Antioxidants, Vitamin E and Fiber.

Tips:

Store in airtight container/jar keep in refrigerator for up to 1 month.

Brown or raw sugar is optional & quantity can be adjusted.

Don’t over blend the mixture as the nuts may leave oil.

Recipe By: Seema Hanif