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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  • 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


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.


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.


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

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