5 Gob-Smacking Delicious Stuffed Parantha Recipes For Kids : Healthy Lunchbox Ideas



Pizza Parantha recipe is easy to make vegetarian brunch, breakfast, kids snacks and lunch box idea. Pizza parantha is made with fresh homemade wheat flour, veggies and seasoning. Enjoy this fun parantha with your family.


Broccoli a.k.a. “The Broc” Some people call him the least-popular food on their plate. He says he’s just a misunderstood veggie whose best qualities are overlooked. Sure, he’s a tough guy, but he has a tender side, too.

Did you know that he’s loaded with nutrients and vitamins? He’s the veggie to eat:

  • Calcium — to make your bones strong
  • Potassium — to help your heart and muscles work better
  • Vitamin A — to make your eyes strong
  • Vitamin C — to help your immune system fight to keep you healthy

Broccoli Parantha is a simple and easy to make recipe that is perfect for a breakfast or for kids a lunch box.


The Paushtic Parantha makes use of mixed vegetables like spinach and carrot along with lentils and is a healthy and filling breakfast, lunch or dinner. A must-try recipe.


Egg Parantha is a kids special tiffin or snack recipe. It is prepared with chapathi dough and boiled egg. Filled with the goodness of eggs this recipe is different and interesting and will make a filling meal for your kids.


The Carrot And Beetroot Parantha is a healthy and tasty parantha and an excellent way to sneak in those veggies for kids who are picky eaters. Extremely healthy and so simple to prepare, these paranthas are sure to be a regular on your meal table.

parantha is a flatbread that originated in the north of the Indian Subcontinent. Parantha is an amalgamation of the words parat and atta which literally means layers of cooked dough.

A good stuffed parantha is very heavy and is a whole meal in itself.

Here are 5 parantha recipes which move away from the traditional potato stuffed parantha; Easy and healthy recipes which you can try and enjoy with your family. Stuffed paranthas make excellent and wholesome lunch boxes for your children.


Navina Anand is a blogger, fitness trainer and a yoga enthusiast. Born and raised in Chennai, she currently lives in Bangalore with her husband and two kids. Navina has an MBA in Finance from India and a Masters in Education from the US. She has worked for companies like Ford and Nestle India and has also taught high school in the US. Always up for new adventures, she believes that change is possible at any time and therefore is always constantly evaluating her parenting style and enjoys blogging about her parenting experiences on Zenparent.

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