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Amna Ismail

join date:29-Jun-2015
location:Lahore
Post: 10

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Can anyone advice me what healthy snacks I can make for my 3 years old kid ?



Noor Ahmed

join date:28-Jun-2015
location:Islamabad
Post: 6

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Hi 

 

I think i would suggest you should give more and more veggies and fruits to your child. In addition, make sure he/she takes plenty of liquid intake. Often kids stop drinking milk which affects their physical development a lot. I really think we should make this a habit to ensure our child drinks at least a glass of milk daily. Besides, chicken, fish and egg should always be a part of kids meal to ensure proper protien intake. It's best to cook something that you child would love and its also healthy like fruit salad, chicken sandwiches with lots of veggies etc. 



Amna Ismail

join date:29-Jun-2015
location:Lahore
Post: 10

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thanks

thanks for helping me out on this



Aisha Khan

join date:29-Jun-2015
location:Hyderabad
Post: 13

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For your toddler

And let us know if that helped. :) soon you will notice a big change towards your kid's behavior and his activities. 

We'll appreciate your feedback. Thank you. 



zoya

join date:02-Jul-2015
location:Karachi
Post: 18

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healthy snack

Healthy snacks which kids would love and i give to my kid are potato wedges, cutlets,chickn n egg sandwiches



Amna Ismail

join date:29-Jun-2015
location:Lahore
Post: 10

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kids

oh y kids love chocolate and candies and not fruits and nuts which we want to give them



Areeba Jawaid

join date:14-Jul-2015
location:Abbotabad
Post: 6

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Hello everyone

My cute little son loves to drink Orange and Apple juice mixture. For snacks i never give him any type of junk food. I advice all moms to give proper healthy snacks like yogurt, smoothies or cereal will work best for kids brain development



Areeba Jawaid

join date:14-Jul-2015
location:Abbotabad
Post: 6

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Hey Nadia

Can you share whole-grain muffins recipe here? Please.



zoya

join date:02-Jul-2015
location:Karachi
Post: 18

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thanks

Nadiya thanks . Really great information shared .keep sharing such info and keep spreading awareness



Aisha Khan

join date:29-Jun-2015
location:Hyderabad
Post: 13

For your toddler

Hey Amna,

As already some good healthy snack tips have been mentioned by Noor Ahmed i would only add little to your knowledge that whole grain, cheese, smoothies, yogurt and sweet potatoes should be given to toddlers especially that age btw 1-3. These low calorie snacks would definitely make your kid happy and healthy. 



Zehra Kareem

join date:28-Jun-2015
location:
Post: 7

funkids

even my toddler doesn't like food that i give, you all gave so much useful ideas i'll definitely try thanks a lot



Tooba Arshad

join date:29-Jun-2015
location:Abbotabad
Post: 16

same issues for every mom

looks like every other mother is going through the same trouble, my toddler gives me hard time too in eating. all that he wants to eat is chocolate! 



Shomaila

join date:15-Jul-2015
location:
Post: 7

snacks

Lol i know right. every other mom is crying about kids not taking proper meals!

 

i think it is this point we all need to get strict with the kids and make them eat because it is their growing age. it is very important they take care of their diet and make sure they get all the required nutrients.



Nadia

join date:15-Jul-2015
location:
Post: 4

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Hi 

Sharing few options:

 

  • Whole grain cereal or oatmeal with milk
  • Bite-sized pieces of leftover cooked beef or chicken and soft cooked vegetables
  • Milk or yogurt-based fruit smoothies in an open cup
  • Yogurt with pieces of soft fresh fruit
  • Applesauce with whole grain crackers or roti
  • Rice and raisin pudding made with milk
  • Dessert tofu with fresh fruit
  • Grated or small cubes of cheese with whole grain crackers
  • A small whole grain muffin with fresh fruit and grated cheese
  • Whole grain crackers, toast or rice cakes thinly spread with a nut or seed butter or mashed avocado
  • Milk or yogurt popsicles blended with fruit
  • Banana bread thinly spread with nut or seed butter
  • Whole grain pita bread triangles and bean dip