A good soup is a rich and nutritious choice for kids, so knowing the best healthy recipes is imperative. Check out Baby on Board’s recipe for healthy pumpkin custard for kids.
If you’ve explored the list of best healthy soups for kids you may have noticed that it offers a very diverse list of options.
This diverse listing is not by chance. As well as knowing that children can have somewhat aversive behaviour towards soup, refusing it; we are also aware that healthy nutrition involves variety.
So, to ensure we make more interesting choices that appeal to your children and offer the best chance of good nutrition, we have dedicated ourselves to creating several healthy soups that (our) children love.
Be a chicken soup, a broccoli cream, a Chinese vegetable soup or a pumpkin custard, you’ll discover how to create delicacies that your child enjoys in terms of taste and that offer all the essential nutrients.
Today, we bring you a healthy pumpkin custard for kids. Realize the benefits of this recipe and learn how to prepare it.Healthy cream: what are the benefits?
Pumpkin is an amazing ingredient to give to children. Besides being sweet and endearing to them, this ingredient is rich in nutrients like vitamins A, B complex, C and E, calcium, magnesium and potassium; it also offers dietary fibre that is essential for regulating a child’s body.
Since the recipe is a cream, this is also an amazing opportunity to add other vegetables, nutritionally enriching your soup.
We recommend that you use little salt and prefer organic ingredients.
Healthy pumpkin custard recipe for kids
Our healthy pumpkin custard recipe is delicious and the choice of ingredients was made considering the nutrients we wanted to add. You can, if you wish, substitute the vegetables we have used with others that are more to your liking.
– 150 g pumpkin (without peel);
– ½ courgette
– ½ onion
– 1 carrot
– 1 tablespoon (tbsp) olive oil
– salt (a pinch)
In a pan place the peeled and chopped vegetables, covering with water. Bring to the boil, seasoning with a pinch of salt and allow to cook.
Add the tablespoon of olive oil and mash the mixture until smooth and homogeneous.
If desired, garnish with grated carrot.
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