Do you remember the smell of smouldering dhuna and camphor mingled with the sweet fragrance of incense and flowers? Do you remember the crispiness of vibrant ghagras and the joy of waking up to thumping music and clinking dandiya sticks? Can you ever forget the aroma of sugar and bay leaves melting into boiling milk? It’s that time of the year again! This Navaratri ditch the grains and spices but not your kid’s foodgasm. Try these lip-smacking delicacies to keep their festive spirits high.Read More
One of the most waited festivals in Shravana Masam is the one that celebrates the birth of Sri Krishna.
Known variously as Gokulashtami, Sri Krishnashtami, Sri Krishna Jayanti, and Sri Krishna Janmashtami (or simply Janmashtami), it is a festival celebrated throughout India. Naivedyam for Lord Krishna is dominated by milk products (Curds, Butter, and Milk) and by dishes made with Atukulu (Poha, Aval, Avalakki, or Beaten Rice); both of which are among Krishna’s favourite foods.Read More
Monsoon has arrived and so has the reason to munch on our favourite snacks. Little ones love to hog onto street food but it is unhealthy. Make their favorite bites at home and let them relish the taste indoors. Here are few delicious snacks ideas, classic and modern, to tickle your taste buds on a rainy day. 1. Dal Wada – A classic treat to be enjoyed with hot tea or coffee every time it rains outside….Read More
Vanilla has come to be known as a word that denotes simplicity and plainness, and not always in a good way. So, when we got to know about the Vanilla Icecream Day on July 23rd, we were quite happy for the underrated Vanilla to get its due! And then we started talking about how the best quality of this flavour is that it gels so well with everything that you mix it with. Out came ideas, hacks and fixes, where the humble Vanilla Icecream truly comes in as a blessing!
Here you go, for Team KidEngage’s Vanilla Icecream hacks then.
Chocolate is, without a doubt, the world’s favorite indulgence! And it has come a long way in history! Did you know that M&Ms were invented for WWII soldiers as the chocolate that wouldn’t melt in their hands? Or that Marie Antoinette had her own personal chocolate maker? Or that Thomas Jefferson predicted that chocolate would outstrip coffee as the most popular drink in America? Check out these sinfully delicious chocolate recipes that will delight chocoholics everywhere!…Read More
A yummy sweet treat with coconut and cornflakes suspended in a chewy caramel-like base and topped with chocolate. Everyone will relish this chocolatey cake. Plus it is so easy to make! What you need: 3 Five-Star Bars 75 g Butter or Margarine 3 Tablespoons of Honey 1 Cup Rice Krispies or Corn Flakes or Museli (broken into small bits) 1/2 Cup Desiccated Coconut (optional) 1 Large Plain Chocolate Bar How to make it: Cut the FiveStar…Read More
I sometimes come as a slab And sometimes come as a chip And sometimes I am a bar Or fondue in which to dip. What am I? Chocolate, of course! Chocolate is the most popular fun food in the world. Not only does eating chocolate make you feel good, but it may also be good for your heart and your brain (when eaten in moderation, of course!). Chocolate is prepared from the fruit of the Theobroma cacao,…Read More
Children will adhere to their mother’s healthy food regime almost all through the day…except during snack time. “What’s for snacks?” is the simple question that can send shivers down every mother’s spine. After all how many days can a mother give Maggi to the child without breaking into a sweat? Diligent mothers will provide healthy snacks the year round. Many mothers, however, seek a middle ground and are not averse to trying simple snack recipes.Read More
Celebrate Diwali with these fruity, delicious, healthy and yummy recipes that kids can make by themselves. Cooking is sure to become a delight this Diwali for little munchkins. From washing the fruits to plating the dish, it is simple, engaging, colorful and exciting for kids.Read More
It is a headache for the parents to please children when it comes to food. They want their lunch box to be funky rather than healthy. First of all, their taste buds are enhanced, and secondly, it’s hard to fool them into liking what they don’t. It is essential for parents to ensure that the children are getting proper nutrients for steady growth and development. We know that it’s not an easy task to prepare…Read More