How To Make Dry Fruits Powder For Babies Easily At Home?

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Once you become a mother, you find yourself worrying about things that you may have never thought of before. And, one of those things is your little one’s feeding routine. You just want your baby to get his/her daily dose of nutrients by eating healthy so as to ensure his/her well-being. In fact, many of you may have spent hours trying to find perfect recipes for a variety of healthy snacks that you can prepare for your baby. Here, we will be talking about one such recipe. Read on to find how you can make a perfect dry fruits powder for your munchkin – not only with the perfect blend and combination but also something that is supremely healthy.

Ingredients And The Way To Prepare It

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Firstly, let us have a look at the ingredients:

  • Almonds- 100 grams
  • Pistachio- 100 grams
  • Cashew- 100 grams
  • Saffron strands- ½ teaspoon
  • Grated nutmeg- 1 teaspoon
  • Turmeric powder- ½ teaspoon (optional)

Now, we will discuss the methodology behind preparing it:

  • Start with dry roasting pistachio, almond, and cashews
  • Now, put the saffron strand in a pan and heat it until the color becomes a little darker.
  • Grate the nutmeg then to form a powder
  • Now, take all the roasted ingredients and blend it in a mixer until it turns into powder form. Now, add the turmeric powder and nutmeg into the mix and give it a final spin
  • Try not to grind it for a long time as the dry fruits may leave oil
  • The powder will not be completely dry; it will be somewhere between little sticky and oily
  • You can also store the prepared dry fruits powder in a fridge in an airtight container

You can add the dry fruits powder to pancakes, porridge, rotis, or even desserts before serving it to your little one. Once your kid becomes a little older, you can also start adding it to the milk every day. It can prove to be a good energy drink.

Benefits Of The Ingredients Used

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Almonds (1)

  • Also known as a bone-building food, it can help keep your bones strong, thus, lowering the risk of breaks and fractures
  • It can also help in keeping the cholesterol levels low
  • It is packed with nutrients that help with the better flow of nutrients and oxygen within the blood

Cashews (2)

  • It can help keep the blood pressure as well as cholesterol levels in check
  • It optimizes the health of the blood
  • It is also known for its beneficial effect on one’s vision
  • It helps the immune system stay healthy and function properly

Pistachio (3)

  • It helps regulate the blood sugar levels and also aids the formation of hemoglobin
  • The antioxidants present can prevent the damage of cells, thus, playing an important role in lowering the risk of diseases
  • It protects the eyes from any damage that can be caused due to blue light
  • It can be easily absorbed during digestion, thus, making it light on the tummy

Turmeric (4)

  • Turmeric is known for its anti-inflammatory properties
  • It is known to help provide relief from pain
  • Due to its antioxidant properties, it can improve the functioning of the liver. And, it can even prevent the liver from getting damaged due to toxins
  • Due to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, it can help with healthy digestion too

Now that you are aware of all the benefits of incorporating dry fruits powder into your little one’s diet, we are sure that you can’t wait to start working on this healthy recipe. Just consult your doctor once before you include anything out of the routine into your munchkin’s diet. Good luck, ladies!

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