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There are several lentils and legumes that are essential in kids diet. Moong is one of them. Moong bean also known as green gram or golden gram is the wonder grain rich in proteins, vitamins and minerals. Find below a legume and cereal mix recipe for breakfast, that is enriched with nutrition and taste. Also can be a nourishing snack for your child’s tiffin box.

MOONG OATS TOAST for Toddlers, Kids & Family Healthy moong oats toast

Moong and oats are the best foods that you can think for your child. Both healthy source of fiber and protein. Helps in easy digestion and overall development of your child.  Moong and oats are blended to make awesome protein rich toast. Can be given to 12 months + babies.

 

 

How to make MOONG OATS TOAST for Toddlers, Kids & Family

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MOONG OATS TOAST for Toddlers, Kids & Family

Easy to make, delicious, protein rich breakfast recipe. Also can be a healthy snack for your child's tiffin box.

Author:Kavitha Prashanth
Recipe Type: Breakfast, evening snacks, snack box
Cuisine:Indian

Ingredients

  • Moong (soaked) – 1 cup
  • Oats – 1 cup
  • Ginger – 1 inch
  • Green Chillies – 2 small
  • Sugar – optional
  • Ghee – For roasting

Method

  • Take a blender. Add moong (soaked), oats, ginger, chillies, sugar.
  • Blend it to a smooth paste. Transfer the paste in a bowl.
  • Take slice of bread and apply the paste generously to one side.
  • Heat ghee in a pan and shallow fry the bread slice from both the sides until golden brown.
  • Moong Oats Toast is ready to serve.

 

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MOONG OATS TOAST for Toddlers, Kids & Family breakfast,snack for kids and adults

 

Benefits of Moong

  • Good source of vitamins and minerals
  • Good source of protein and healthy fiber
  • Energy booster and helps in kids weight gain

Benefits of Oats

  • Only cereal which contains legume like protein equivalent to soy, meat, milk & egg
  • High in fiber & easily digestible

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