Get introduced to the wonder-grain Quinoa! Do you feel the constant pressure of squeezing in the nutrients in the diet of your family especially in a vegetarian diet? Introduce your diet to the powerhouse of nutrients Quinoa, pronounced “Keen-wah” which is undoubtedly the mother of all grains and truly a superfood. Nutritional Benefits of Quinoa Read More
Cosy blankets, warm shrugs, cold mornings and sunny afternoons! Yes, the winter is here and this is the time when we all look forward to spending some time outdoors during the sunny afternoons to beat the cold. As much as we are excited to welcome the new season, we forget the difficulties that it comes Read More
Every kid (and adult) loves cheese – don’t deny it! Cheese is yummy and healthy by itself, but what if I told you that you can make it even more delicious and nutritious? These Cheesy Broccoli Bites do just that. Made out of BabyStaples Exotic Broccoli Soup powder, these bites combine the goodness of broccoli, Read More
Dehydration is an ancient technique to remove moisture from foods that helps preserve foods and allows long term storage. Here’s why it’s good.
Cookies are a delicious, easy way to satisfy any hunger or cravings throughout the day. They are ready-made, yummy, easy to store and very filling. You can pack them in a little box and take them to work, or give them to your child in his lunch box. However, store-bought cookies usually are filled with Read More
Steel-Cut Oats are highly fibrous with lots of other essential nutrients. These are also one of the whole grains which are least processed to give the goodness of all nutrients. They are the whole-grain groats which are not processed or rolled like rolled oats that are commonly found in the market. BabyStaples Oats Porridge powder Read More
This yummy recipe involving BabyStaples Quinoa Cereal with Zucchini, Pumpkin & Carrot and Brown Rice powders adds a nutritious twist to the traditional dosa recipe, and can be made in less than 20 minutes!
A sweet tooth can make it very hard to stick to a healthy diet. Here’s how to make these delicious and healthy crêpes to satisfy that sweet craving!
Milk has always been called the complete, whole food that is extremely beneficial for a baby. Considered a filling nutritious meal, it is a common belief that if your child is having enough milk, it’s alright if he/she isn’t eating much of anything else. Milk is a rich source of calcium and several other nutrients, Read More
Fear of Noises This fear is one of the most common and obvious ones. By the time a baby turns into a toddler, he/she is old enough to grasp sounds properly, and loud, obnoxious noises scare them. This fear is also common in adults – we jump at sounds we don’t expect – we Read More
Fear of Water Another common fear, fear of water usually shows up during bathing times. Loads of children get hysterical while bathing (or even going near water, sometimes) – they scream, shout, and will do anything to avoid the bath (or beach/pool) they dread so badly. How to deal with it – In this Read More
Separation Anxiety This type of anxiety is most common in children from 12 to 24 months. Children barely a year old are slowly growing independent, but they also begin to realize that they are not actually a part of you and that leads to the fear that you will soon abandon them. Many children Read More
Idlis make a soft and easy-to-chew dish that is ideal for children of all ages. However, a simple idli may not always please your child’s taste buds, or maybe he/she is just bored of the plain old idli! You can always go ahead and add different salty flavors to this traditional south Indian meal, but Read More
“No mom! I want pizza, not porridge!” Or, “I will not eat anything except pizza.” Ever heard this before? Chances are, you have. Today, the only things a child wants to eat are usually not worth eating on a regular basis – pizzas, cakes, waffles, nachos – you name it. Everybody knows that these snacks Read More
A traditional English breakfast served best with maple or chocolate syrup and fruits, waffles make for a hearty morning meal or a midday snack. However, as delicious as waffles might be, they lack in nutritional properties as they are nearly completely made out of refined flour. White flour hardly has any nutritional value and instead Read More
Parents always love to see their baby happy eating and playing, but constipation is one of those conditions that sometimes becomes stressful for both the parent and the baby. There are several medicines available in the market, but using simple home remedies at the first sign of constipation can help avoid further aggravations. All these Read More
Childhood is the best part of a human’s life – children just eat, play and have fun without any worries. But at the same time, it becomes very distressing for the parents (and the kids) when the kids fall sick. Therefore, immunity plays a very crucial role and boosting this immunity is an essential element Read More
These popsicle ideas don’t necessarily include fruits, but they are healthy and turn classic Indian summer drinks into ice creams! Rooh Afza – Khus Popsicles Ingredients – Rooh Afza Syrup Khus Syrup Water – 2 cups Powdered sugar (optional) – as per taste Directions – Add 1 tbsp Rooh Afza syrup to ⅔ cup of Read More
Does your tot prefer creamy popsicles? Try out our yogurt – fruit ice creams to satisfy your rich cravings! How to make greek yogurt (hung curd) Tie fresh curd in a thin cloth like muslin. Hang it over a sink/bowl/strainer to drain the the liquid. Let it drain for at least 2-4 hours. Transfer it Read More
Fruit Juice Popsicles Fruit juices are a must during those hot summer days, however it can often be hard to get your little ones to drink the juice. When the temperature is soaring, everyone wants ice cream and soft drinks! Fruit juice popsicles are the perfect way to give your child a healthy, natural boost Read More