Kids are back to school in mostly all states of Australia. What a milestone in everyone’s life! Such a relief to see kids get back to their normal routine. As much as parents are excited, one thing that all mothers dread is getting back to drill of packing lunch boxes for kids.
Here is one such simple and easy recipe to make for kids as well with kids. It is so simple and fun that Kids would enjoy mashing, shaping patties and of course eating them too! Involving kids in the cooking process is a great way to bond with them as well give them avenues to experiment and try out new variety of food.
Hare Krishna recipes are delicious, nutritious, and simple to make. Plant rich diet has several health benefits, from improving our immunity to reducing the risks of diseases.
Whether you want to give your child vegan, gluten free or a meat-free day, this recipe is for you!
- 1.5 cup of mashed sweet potato
- ½ cup of Almond meal
- 1.5 tbs of melted Coconut oil (Optional)
- Dates syrup or any sweet syrup of your choice (Optional)
- Yields 6 patties roughly
- Heat the frying pan on a medium flame.
- Make sweet potato patties one at a time and coat them with the almond meal generously on both sides.
- Add oil (optional) to the hot pan and fry the patties on both sides for a minute.
- Once both sides are crispy, you can remove them from the pan. Turn off the stove.
- Serve the patties, add syrup for extra sweetness (optional).
You could add boiled and mashed carrots, broccoli, peas, cauliflower, or any blanched leafy vegetables such as spinach, fenugreek for added nutrition. This is great way to sneak some nutrition in kid’s lunch boxes.
How to serve patties:
- Serve it as dish with mint sauce (Gluten Free option)
- Use it as a burger patty. Place each patty between burger buns along with lettuce, tomato, cucumber, cheese slice and a spoonful of mayonnaise/ketchup.
- Make a veggie wrap with it
Offer it to the lord to make it into Karma-free meal. Pack it for lunch box and relax!
We hope your little one enjoys this recipe. See you all next time.
Happy eating until then!