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Banana powder snacks for kids

Banana powder snacks for kids

Bananas are rich in many vitamins and minerals. Besides, they contain high fibre content to promote digestion.

Many children like eating bananas due to their taste. Nowadays, bananas are available in the form of powder also. As banana powder boosts immunity, use the powder to make delicious recipes or snacks for your children. You can use this powder with milk and water. You can make a fresh powder with raw bananas at your home or buy a reputed brand available in the market.

Here are some recipes made with banana powder:

Banana powder halwa is an easy and delicious recipe. For this, you need banana powder, jaggery, ghee, and nuts. Boil two tablespoons of jaggery powder in ¼ cup of water till it melts completely. Keep it aside. Add ¼ cup of banana powder to one cup of water in a vessel and mix thoroughly without any lumps. Keep the vessel on a stove and add jaggery mixture to it. Add three tablespoons of ghee and cardamom powder to it. Stir continuously. Add one tablespoon of powdered nuts to it and switch off the flame. Then transfer the mixture to a plate and spread evenly. Cut the halwa into small pieces and serve.

Banana powder milkshake helps toddlers and kids gain weight. For this recipe, you need banana powder, jaggery powder, milk, water, and honey. Add banana powder to ¾ cup of water and mix thoroughly. Cook it for a few minutes by stirring continuously. Add one tablespoon jaggery powder and cook for two to three minutes. Then switch off the flame and allow the mixture to cool. Add it to one cup of milk and blend it in a mixer till it becomes smooth. Add honey to taste and mix well. Serve it.

Banana powder khichdi is another delicious recipe for kids. Take rice and moong dal in equal quantities, i.e. one cup each, and add one tablespoon banana powder. Add 4 cups of water and salt to taste. Cook the mixture on a medium flame for 10 minutes and serve.

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