Mummy groups that sit together often discuss food and the best options to pack in the snack boxes for their little ones. Gluten-free foods are fast catching up and not just children with gluten sensitivity or with celiac disease, it has been observed that a gluten-free diet also works wonders for children with autism, down syndrome, and ADHD. The biggest challenge mothers face while planning for a gluten-free diet is to make them tasty and popular especially in tiffin boxes or birthday parties. Fret not! We at KSP have compiled a list of the most scrumptious and energy-boosting options for your family. Happy Snacking!
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Here is an easy, no-bake snack that is loaded with healthy fats, protein and carbs. Sunflower seeds are a powerhouse of energy and contain awesome health benefits. They are also nut-free which solves the problems of picky eaters averse to nuts. Get the recipe here.
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Loaded with oats, almond butter and fresh apple, these no-bake Apple Cinnamon Cookie Energy Bites are a treat for all ages. Cinnamon gives the much desired flavour and is known to boost immunity. Get the recipe here.
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Dates Choco Balls Recipe is a no-bake, healthy and nutritious option for your snack cravings. These bite-sized energy balls make a great snack box idea for your little ones and are perfect to carry when travelling. It satisfies your kids' sweet tooth and acts as an energy-booster as well! Get the recipe here.
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Filled with a whole lot of healthy ingredients, these nutritious and satisfying no-bake almond quinoa energy balls with figs are the perfect snack to munch on and take with you wherever you go. Get the recipe here.
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Filled with the goodness of golden raisins, honey and omega-3s from walnuts and flax seeds, these little balls of chewy sweetness pack a big nutritional punch. Ideal for travel and can even be a sophisticated dessert option for parties. Get the recipe here.
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Is your kid crazy about M&Ms like mine? This no-bake Monster Cookie Energy Bites are packed with energy boosting ingredients and are also a visual delight to the kids with plenty of colorful mini M&M’s. Get the recipe here.
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These carrot energy bites are packed with cinnamon, dates and carrots. They are absolutely free of sugar and artificial sweeteners and can easily provide you with instant energy boost when you are on the go. Get the recipe here.
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These tasty delights take less than 10 minutes to prepare and are made of easy ingredients found in your kitchen like almonds, cashew, shredded coconut, dried cherries and dates. Satisfy your hunger cravings with these homemade energy boosters! Get the recipe here.
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Yogi Date Balls are naturally sweetened with dates and full of delicious and nutritious seeds and nuts. They are packed with protein and fiber to give you the much-needed energy. Another easy-to-make, no-bake delight. Get the recipe here.
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Sesame seed balls are always a big hit with family. These vegan Pistachio Sesame Seed Balls are a quick and healthy snack option. This 5-ingredient delight can be made in about 5 minutes with only a food processor. Get the recipe here.
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Khajur Rolls are our very own Indian version of sugar-free energy boosting bites. It is super easy to make and serves as a healthy snack packed with goodness of dates and nuts which go very well together. Get the recipe here.
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Til Ladoo is our very own traditional energy booster recommended by generations to keep fit and healthy during winters. They also hold a special place in many Indian festivities especially during Makarsankranti. Get the recipe here.
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