Introducing the Nutritious Delight: Oats Kheer for Babies – A Healthy Dessert AlternativeLooking for a way to make oats more enticing for your little one? Say goodbye to boring oats porridge and treat your child to a delectable and healthy dessert – Oats Kheer! This tried and tested recipe is not only easy and simple to make but also a clever way to incorporate the goodness of oats into your baby’s diet.
As a doting parent who understands the challenges of getting children to embrace certain foods, I discovered that sneaking oats into a delightful kheer was the perfect solution. My own recipe has been met with great success, and now I’m excited to share this Oats Kheer for babies with you.
Oats, known for its nutritional value, can be transformed into various forms like porridge, upma, and even kheer. This versatile ingredient allows you to add fruits or vegetables, enhancing its nutritional profile and introducing exciting flavors to your baby’s palate.
Before introducing any new food to your baby, it’s important to follow the 3 Day Rule. This helps ensure that your little one’s system adapts well to the new ingredient. To assist you further, consult the Diet Charts available, which provide valuable information on when and how to introduce oats to your baby.
With the mouthwatering Oats Kheer for babies, you can turn a seemingly ordinary food into a delightful treat that your child will eagerly devour. Watch as their eyes light up and their taste buds dance with joy, making mealtime a delightful experience for both of you. So, why wait? Let’s dive into the world of Oats Kheer and give your little one a nutritious dessert to savor while exploring new flavors and textures!
How to make Oats Kheer for Babies
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Oats Kheer for Babies
- .3 tablespoon of oats I used Kellogg oats, any oats can be used
- A pinch of Powdered jaggery for toddlers
- 1 pinch Elachi powder optional
- Saffron optional
- Whole oats or powdered oats can be used.
- Boil adequate amount of water.
- When the water comes to a boil, add the oats and stir well.
- Cover the pan with a lid and cook well.
- After the oats is cooked add jaggery powder, elaichi powder and saffron.
- Can be served chill too