How to Make Delicious Fruit Salad?
Make fun delicious Fruit Salad!
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Recipe Name: Fruit Salad
Preparation Time: 5 mins
Age of Cooking: 5 years & more
Serves Up to: 2 people
(Under strict parental guidance)
- 2-3 Seasonal fruits
- Lemon juice
- Peeper powder
- Dry fruits (semi-powdered)
- Take a bowl and put all the chopped fruits in it
- Sprinkle over salt, pepper powder, dry fruits, and one tbsp of lemon juice
- Serve immediately as a midday snack
Smart Fruit Salad Tips
Adding strawberries on Salad makes it more fruity 😉
Ideas For Salad Recipes
Salad is one of the popular cooking without fire recipes for kids. In our blog we mentioned how you can prepare a fruit salad but there are other various kinds. Scroll down to get more ideas on how you can make salad.
- Cheese Salad- grated cheese+ mayonnaise+ grated carrot
- Chicken Salad- grated chicken+ any veggies+ mayonnaise
- Coleslaw- grated cabbage+ shredded carrots
- Egg Salad- eggs+ mayonnaise+ veggies
- Garden Salad- lettuce+ veggies
- Greek Salad- veggies+ cheese+ olives+ seasonings
- Macaroni Salad- boiled macaroni+ mayonnaise
- Potato Salad- mashed potatoes+ mayonnaise+ herbs
About Fruit Salad
Fruit Salad is a something which you can enjoy as an appetizer, snack and also as a main meal. Made with fresh fruity ingredients, our salad does not only soothes the tongue but also gives vitamins and minerals that promote growth and development of your child. It is easy to prepare and tastes great!
It is rich in vitamins and minerals. It helps children grow stronger bones, keep the immune system strong, and stay active all day long.
FAQ's on Salad recipes
It is made of all kinds of fruits cut in pieces
There are 108 calories in a bowl of Fruit Salad
Fruit salad provides your body with dose of fiber, vitamins and antioxidants.
- Cheese Salad
- Chicken Salad
- Egg Salad
- Garden Salad
Benefits of cooking without fire for kids
Are you searching for a new indoor activity for your kids? If you want to keep your kids entertained, then cooking without fire is the way to go. It enables your child to cooperate with others and builds confidence as they try out new recipes, pack their own lunches, bake seasonal sweets, or assist with dinner preparation.
Fireless cooking not only teaches youngsters how to cook, but it also teaches them important life skills. This fosters children’s creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving abilities. Children enhance their knowledge of basic abilities such as measuring, counting, and following instructions by using the cooking without fire technique.