We all know that a child's food needs to be stored under the right conditions, that they need to be given only fresh food or one no more than a day old, that we need to be very careful about the ingredients we use in cooking it.
No matter how complex this may seem at the moment, it's not that unachievable. Ultimately, no processed food can provide the child's body with all of the vitamins and minerals contained in home cooked meals.
One of the often forgotten quick ideas for dinner is the recipe for kačamak. Kačamak takes literally 5 min. to make. In addition, with added yoghurt and crumbled feta cheese, kačamak becomes very filling. It's perfect for kids older than 2 years because it is in this crucial period that they need more energy in order to explore the world around them.
Cream soups are also a favorite for young and old alike. They are easy to make and plenty filling for the youngest members of the family, with their healthy properties depending entirely on your choice of vegetables that you'll be including. Let us offer you a recipe that contains no allergens and is suitable for children 6 months and older.
The ingredients for it are: 3-4 cauliflower rosettes, 1 bunch of leeks, 1 carrot, 1 potato, 1 pepper, 1 tsp butter. Chop all of the vegetables, excluding the leeks, and pour them into a pot with boiling water. Saute the leeks for 10 min. in the butter and then add them to the soup. Boil for about 30 min., wait a little for it to cool and blend everything.
Whenever you have to make a delicious dinner or lunch but don't have the time, a chicken fillet is always a solution. It requires only brief heat treatment and combines well with all vegetables and dairy products. Chicken nuggets with cornflakes are a favorite food for a lot of children.
The traditional way of making chicken nuggets with cornflakes is by rolling the individual pieces in eggs and crumbled cornflakes, then frying them in oil. Of course you can always choose a healthier alternative to frying, such as baking.