Rakshabandan, the festival to celebrate the lovely bond between siblings. A bond which through the innocent years develops with innumerable- ” he/she did that” and moves on to a comfortable shoulder to lean on when things go wrong. Isn’t that unique?
Last year we worked through chocolate wontons for my kids. It kind of outlined them very well. Crispy on the outside and gooey satisfying chocolate like love.
This year it was best to leave them to explore what they want to do together. They are at a deciding moment. So they pulled out every possible one for them to try from the blog. As they were recording them I realised there were so many…
So here is the collection of easy to do ones by kids themselves.
Here is a variety of traditional easy to do recipes. Some may need a bit of adult supervision
- Doodh pauva, Rice flakes delicacy.
- Aval nanachathu
- Peanut ladoo
- sweet rice flakes in yogurt
Drinks and coolers
Pear orange smoothie
- Pear and orange smoothie
- Watermelon sherbet
- Watermelon sorbet
- Kesar doodh
- fruit and yogurt verrine
Kids love fusion recipe. Try out these for fuss-free options for your brother or sister.
Natural orange jelly*
Lemon grass jelly*
Cranberry bliss ball
Fruit and yogurt verrine
- cake and coconut truffles
- orange jelly
- cranberry coconut
- lemon grass jelly
- Straw berry pancake slices
- two flavors of the easy bread ladoo
- Sweet heart Palmiers cookie
Last but not the least we have drool-worthy chocolate treats.
Microwave Chocolate murmura ( rice puffs)*
Crispy Chocolate wontons*
Dark Chocolate paddle pops
Hope you have the best time with your siblings and have fun with this project. I am back to see what my little fellows have cooked up!!
Keep you posted on our creations for this day on Instagram, so don’t miss to connect up.
Pin the recipes you love for future use… have fun on this lovely Rakshabandan.
It is best to have adult supervision when kids are learning cooking as a life skill. I have marked the recipes that involve heat with a *. Please read the recipe and assess the skill level of your child before handing over.Careful with the food processor blades and knives too.
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