Looking for a delicious and healthy lunch box idea for your toddler? Check out our Custard and Soya Chunks recipe! This dish is perfect for toddlers who love sweet and savory flavors, and is packed full of nutrients that will help keep them healthy throughout the day. Plus, it’s simple to make and can be made in just a few minutes, so you’ll have everything you need to pack your toddler’s lunch with ease. So why not give it a try today? You won’t regret it!
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Well, I am back with another lunch box idea for you all which I generally find very easy and extremely healthy for my little daughter.
Basically this lunch idea is a little more on the snack part but the amount of nutrition it provides is really good for your little one. The Lunch Box idea today is Soya chunks along with sweet custard in my daughter’s lunch box.
Custard and Soya Chunks Recipe
The Soya Chunks can be easily be prepared at home given that one doesn’t needs to do more than soaking the soya bean chunks in water. And after a little shallow frying they are ready to eat.
These are really easy on the part that they don’t take much time to prepare and because they are a little non-messy so kids usually like to keep it munching without over indulging in the food with their whole body as they think that they won’t be able to do many kid activities with messy hands.
Soya chunks are a little drying so I try to combine it with a sweet relish for my daughter so that she has a bite of everything and also not crave for something sweet.
Here I try to combine soya chunks with a fruit custard recipe which serves as the most obvious choice to treat her sweet tooth without any excess dose of sugar.
Fruit custard as you all know is a yummy way to ensure that your toddler enjoys the taste of food without being choosy and picky. Just add your choice of fruits into a bowl and add custard cream to it. I can surely say your kid won’t be able to resist it.
This lunch box is a complete meal as soya chunks have high protein content which is well needed for the kids at this growing stage. And the fruit cream ensures to balance the fiber & glucose levels in their bodies.
And the biggest advantage is that this is really a quick and time saving lunch box idea for your kid at times of a tight working schedule.
Hope you all like it and try to give to your toddlers too!
If you’re looking for a delicious and nutritious lunch box idea that your toddler will love, try out this soy chunks recipe. Soy chunks are high in protein and essential vitamins and minerals, making them a perfect option for busy toddlers who need a quick and easy meal. Plus, they taste great – so your toddler will love devouring this bowl of deliciousness right away!
Frequently Asked Questions
What happens if we eat more soya chunks?
A diet high in soy products can raise oestrogen and uric acid levels, which can lead to a variety of health issues like bloating, mood swings, weight gain, acne, and water retention. Joint discomfort and liver damage could result from an increase in uric acid.
Do soya chunks need to be soaked before cooking?
There are two ways to prepare the soy chunks. In the first, soy protein pieces are soaked in water overnight. The following day, squeeze the water to get rid of the surplus liquid. Boil the water, add the soy chunks, and let them sit in it till they soften if you forgot to soak them the night before and want immediate soy chunks.
Why soya chunk is called Meal Maker?
Soybeans are a fantastic source of fibre and high-quality protein. The soy chunks are used to manufacture soy meal after soy milk is extracted. The soya bean, which provides 50% of the vegetable protein, is a high-fiber diet that promotes smooth digestion and bowl movement.