Kids are notoriously finicky eaters, getting them eat what is nutritious and will keep them active is a challenging chore in and of itself. Children frequently acquire a natural predilection for the foods they like eating the most. As a result, the difficulty is to make healthy options enticing. No matter how excellent your intentions are, convincing your youngster that fruits are as delicious as blueberry and apples pies will always be tough. (How to Get Your Children to Eat Healthy Food) We have a solution to this problem. How about hiding nutritious meals behind the cover of their favourite food? Without making healthy food boring, give junk food a facelift with multi-grain, wheat, and ragi .
When compared to other grains, ragi flour is one of the finest non-dairy calcium sources. Ragi has 344 mg calcium per 100 grammes. It may be provided in the form of Ragi Porridge and is particularly good for developing children.
Cookies with a high calcium content and ragi deliciousness. Allow your family to indulge in these delectable cookies guilt-free.
- 1 Cup ragi flour
- 1/2 cup khaand (a sweetening agent and a healthier substitute of sugar) or palm sugar
- 1/2 tbsp green cardamom powder
- 2 pinches of ginger powder
- 1 tbsp baking powder
- 1/2 cup oil (rice bran)
- 1 egg (whisked)
- 1/2 tbsp salt
1.Combine the ragi flour and cardamom powder in a pan. Then gently roast on a tawa until the colour darkens a little. (for a few moments)
2.In a mixing dish, crack an egg and whisk it together. Toss in the roasted ragi and sugar.
4.Toss in the dried ginger and season with salt.
5.After that, add the oil and stir thoroughly. It will resemble black dough.
6.Roll the dough into round balls and flatten them between your palms.
7.Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 5-7 minutes. Take a flat plate and cover it with butter paper. There’s no need to grease it.
8.Place the biscuit roundels an inch apart on a baking sheet and bake at 180°C for 8 minutes.