Kids love chocolates and they can be in any form. Most children have a sweet tooth and love chocolates like anything. As parents, we are often guilty of bribing our kids with chocolates as well. In order to satiate their chocolate cravings, you can make delicious recipes. Chocolates can also be interesting snacks recipes for your little ones.
Treat your little ones to this simple yet decadent snack!
Chocolate Coated Koko Krunch Recipe
- 510g Nestle Koko Krunch
- 600g chocolate bar
- Paper cups
- 1. Melt chocolate bar in a double boiler.
- 2. Once the chocolate is melted, remove the bowl from the heat.
- 3. Add Koko Krunch and mix well.
- 4. Make sure that all the Koko Krunch is coated with the melted chocolate.
- 5. Scoop one teaspoon of the mixture into each paper cup.
- 6. Place each cup in a baking tray and allow them to dry before storing it in bottles.
Store you chocolate coated koko krunch in a plastic jar – like this!
Recipe contributed by the Pickat team.
Here are some other quick chocolate snacks recipes which you can try out.
Chocolate Mug Cake
Making make can’t get easier than this. The best part is you don’t need an oven for this recipe. You can get it done in your microwave.
- All-purpose flour
- Unsweetened cocoa powder
- Granulated sugar powder
- Baking powder
- chocolate chips
- Spray the mug with cooking oil
- Now whisk together the all-purpose flour, cocoa powder, granulated sugar, baking powder, and a tiny pinch of salt.
- Add milk, oil and a little bit of essence, if your kid loves it
- Now add the mixtures into the greased cup
- microwave it for 1 minute
- Take it out and check the status
- You can add chocolate chips and then keep them in the microwave for another 10 to 15 seconds
Chocolate Banana smooth
This is a great healthy recipe for your kids. Bananas are rich in Potassium and are essential for our memory and muscles to function properly.
- 2 bananas ripe and medium-sized
- 2 cups milk
- 2 tsp cocoa powder
- 1 tbsp maple syrup (optional)
- 2-3 almonds chopped
- 1 tsp dried berries
- 4 fresh raspberries
Blend all the smoothie ingredients in a blender to a smooth creamy consistency.
Pour into glasses and top with chopped almonds, dried berries and fresh raspberries.
Often as parents, you wonder if it is safe for your kids to be indulging in chocolates. You are constantly worried about your kid’s tooth getting decayed as a result of eating chocolates.
Here’s what you need to remember:
Reasonable quantity: Your child should never consume chocolate excessive chocolates.
Obesity: Eating too much chocolate can also lead to obesity in your kids. Binge eating is not good for their health.
Addicted: Chocolates are very addictive and kids can’t get enough of them. It is, therefore, important to make them realise that too much of anything is not good for their health.
Tooth decay: Eating too much chocolate can also lead to tooth decay. So make sure your kids brush their teeth or at least clean the mouth well after they eat chocolates.
There are different kinds of chocolate in the market which your kid would love to gorge on. From milk chocolate, dark chocolate, bitter chocolate to liquor chocolate. However, you can avoid giving your kids the liquor chocolate. Which is your kid’s favourite chocolate?
News source: Parentcircle
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(With additional inputs from Sarmistha Neogy)