Packing lunch for kids is an exercise to the brain. If you have more than 1 kid, then coming up with options that both of them like is like solving analytical questions in a competitive exam. Which is why I chose it to be the theme for this month’s Kid’s Delight event. Thanks to Valli for giving me this opportunity.
My kids are getting ready to go back to school next week. With these dishes from my lovely blog buddies, I think I’m prepared to send some delicious lunches for my kids. Thank you to all of you who sent in your kid approved lunchbox recipes. If I missed anyone, then please let me know — I’ll add them to the roundup.
Valli, the brain behind this Kid’s Delight event sent lunchbox recipes that her kids love.
Paneer Stuffed Kulcha: Easy to eat and absolutely delicious flatbread.
Vermicelli Vegetable Pulao: Quick, easy to make and colorful Semya pulao.
Indian Calzone: I think I want to make these for myself than for the kids 🙂
Vidhya from Vidhya’s Home Cooking sent 4 of her kid’s favorite dishes.
Thukpa (Vegetable Noodle Soup): Here’s a colorful, veggie laden soup that the kids would love to slurp on.
Vegetable Sandwich: What’s not to like about this potato-carrot curry stuffed sandwich.
Ghee rice with Veggies and Paneer: Colorful and easy to make Ghee rice with veggies and paneer.
Harini from Tamalapaku sent 3 delicious entries.
Potato Rice/ Aloo Bath: My potato loving kids would love this potato rice in their lunchbox.
Peanut Butter-Banana Sandwich: What’s not to like about this protein rich sandwich.
Vaishali from Ribbons to Pastas sent 3 amazing Gujarati dishes to pack for kids Lunch box.
Gur ki Baakhri: Gujarati flatbread made with wheat flour, jaggery and cardamom.
Polvorones or Spanish Almond Cookies: Who’s going to say ‘no’ to these delicious cookies in their lunch.
Priya from Cook-Eat n Click sent 3 amazing lunchbox dishes.
Horsegram Pulao/ Kollu Pulav: Protein and flavor packed dish.
Dal Kulcha: Love these protein packed kulchas.
Ritu Tangri from Annapurnaz sent in her kids favorite lunchbox dishes.
Gulgule/ Sweet mini doughnuts: Absolutely addictive dish that any kid would love to have in their lunchbox.
Jhatphat Chana Rice: A quick and easy rice dish that gets done in less than 30 minutes flat.
Sushma who blogs at From my Kitchen to Yours, sent 3 of her kids lunchbox favorites.
Quinoa Idly: Nutritious and filling idli with quinoa.
Nutella-Raspberry Rolls: I wish I could become a kid again to enjoy these addictive rolls.
Finally 3 of my Kids favorite lunchbox dishes:
Potato Rice: South Indian style potato rice flavored with a spice powder.
Avocado-Palak Roti: Soft, nutritious and delicious rotis for the lunchbox.