Dry skin is the biggest challenge for children during winter.Nothing compares to a homemade moisturizer for dry skin. I searched through a lot of recipes and found this one to be very suitable for my children as they tolerate the basic ingredients well. This is a very simple recipe and will suit most of the kids. To be on the safer side, always do a Patch test for added precaution. This homemade moisturizer for dry skin can be used daily and it is the best ever recipe I have ever used 😊 . #ingredients Powdered Oats – 1/4 cup Coconut oil – 3/4 cup Olive Oil – 1 Tablespoon . Please Note – I have used parachute coconut oil, virgin coconut oil can also be used for more effectiveness. . #method 1. Heat the coconut oil in low flame in a Kadai. 2. Add the powdered oats to the coconut oil and stir continuously while adding slowly. 3. It will froth a little, take care that the oats powder is completely dissolved in the coconut oil. 4. Keep in low flame and stir it or else the the oil will be burnt. 5. Add olive oil stir for a second and switch off the gas. 6. Pour the moisturizer in a storage container. I used a small glass jar. 7. Since the temperature was hovering around 7 – 10 degree Celsius in Raipur, the moisturizer hardened in a few hours. It can take upto to several hours if climate is hot or you can try refrigerating it for a few hours. 8. Store it in a cool place. 9. Apply over hands and feet as needed. . #homemade#recipeoftheday#organic#drmommy#momskitchen#healthfood#instagood#instafood#babyfoods#kidlove#toddlers#babies#bebettermoms#moisturizer#skincareideas#foodblooger#bloggermoms#foodie
Sweet corn fritters is a tasty dish and can be enjoyed as an evening snack by kids and adults alike. Fresh sweet corn are in the season and these shallow fried, gluten free, corn fritters are one of the best ways to enjoy them. Sweet corn is crushed in a grinder jar with some water and mixed with chickpea flour and rice flour , onions, coriander and basic indian spices are added and small fritters are made using this mix on a skillet. The cutelts are shallow fried to cut down the calories. . Age recommendation: 1 year + . #ingredients: 1 cup boiled sweet corn kernels 1/4 cup chickpea flour 1 tablespoon rice flour 1 onion finely chopped 2 tablespoon finely chopped coriander leaves 1 tablespoon ghee 1/2 teaspoon black pepper powder Rock salt to taste . #method: Boil the sweet corn kernels either in a pressure cooker, open vessel or in a microwave. Adsd the boiled sweet corn to a grinder jar. Add little water and make a coarse paste . Transfer this sweet corn paste to a mixing bowl. Add all the ingredients except ghee and mix well. The batter should be thick but of dropping consistency. Take spoon full of the batter and add it on a heated skillet. Make small fritters similarly with the rest of the batter. Drizzle ghee and cook the fritters on medium heat until they turn golden brown from both sides. Serve the fritters warm with ketchup or dip of your choice. . #homemade#recipeoftheday#organic#yummyintummy#delicious#tasty#drmommy#momskitchen#healthfood#instagood#instafood#babyfoods#kidlove#toddlers#babies#bebettermoms#snackideas#foodblooger#bloggermoms#foodie
Happy Independence Day people...!! Independence Day is just around so why not give our food also a patriotic touch. A tri color delicious steamed snack can be made easily and colored naturally in our flag colors using vegetable purees. I have made instant suji dhokla and used spinach puree to make the green color layer, and carrot puree for the saffron layer. I have kept it very simple , you may temper the dhokla further if you wish. Kids will love to carry this tri color dhokla in their lunch box for sure. . Age Recommendation : 1.5 years + . #ingredients: 1 cup suji / semolina 1/2 cup curd 1/4 cup carrot puree 1/4 cup spinach puree 1 tsp sugar Salt to taste 1/2 tsp baking soda 1 tsp oil to grease the dhokla pan . #method: Make spinach puree and carrot puree firstly. In a mixing bowl take suji and add curd , salt and sugar and mix well. Keep the mixture covered for 15- 20 mins. Now divide the suji mix into 3 equal parts in bowls. Add carrot puree to one bowl, spinach puree to the other and water to the third part and whisk well. Grease an 8 inch cake pan or any other vessel which fits into your large pressure cooker or a large sauce pan with lid in which you can place a stand and the pan with batter. Add water to the steamer and heat it. Now once our steamer is ready, add a thick pinch of baking soda to the green batter and mix well. Place the greased pan in the steamer and add the green batter to it spreading evenly. Cover the steamer and steam our first layer for 5 minutes. Now add a pinch of baking soda to white batter, mix and pour it over the steamed green layer. Cover and cook for another 5 minutes. Lastly add remaining baking soda in the orange batter , mix well and pour over the steamed white layer. Cover and allow the dhokla to steam for another 10 minutes. Do a check test by inserting a toothpick in the center of the dhokla , if it comes out clean , our dhokla is ready. If not steam for another 2-3 mins. Remove the pan and Cut the tri color dhokla.
Independence day is just around the corner so here is a healthy tricolor dessert recipe to celebrate the occasion! Today’s Tricolor Fruit parfait is a dessert in which layers of fruit and yogurt are assembled in tall glasses or tumblers. Here fresh kiwi fruit is uses as the green layer , fresh orange make up for the saffron layer and the middle white layer is made using hung curd and oats. You can’t find a tricolor recipe easier than this! . #ingredients 2 fresh kiwi fruit 2 fresh oranges ½ cup hung curd 1 tablespoon honey 2-3 tablespoon instant oats . #method To make hung curd at home pour curd in a muslin cloth lined strainer.Gather the edges of the muslin cloth and tie it . Hang the cloth for 45 minutes. The whey will drip , so keep a container below to collect it. Hung curd is the thick curd which is in the muslin cloth. Wash the kiwi fruits. Pat dry . Peel it and chop into bite size pieces. Peel oranges , deseed and remove the membrane . Make bite size chunks. Take hung curd in a bowl and add honey to it. Beat it with a spoon to blend . Add oats to it and mix well. Our white layer is ready. Now begin to assemble the parfait. Take a tumbler. Add half of the kiwi pieces to it and press well with the help of back of spoon. Now take 2 tablespoons of hung curd oats mixture and layer above the kiwi . Press it with the back of spoon. Lastly arrange the orange pieces over the hung curd layer. Make the second parfait similarly. The tri-color parfait is ready to serve. If not serving immediately refrigerate it until serving time. . #independenceday2018#homemade#recipeoftheday#organic#yummyintummy#delicious#tasty#drmommy#momskitchen#healthfood#instagood#instafood#babyfoods#kidlove#toddlers#babies#bebettermoms#snackideas#foodblooger#bloggermoms#foodie
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