Veggie Lollipops

Every morning we wonder what to pack your kid for lunch so that the lunch box comes home empty. Kids have their own eating choices. In this case we also need to ensure that the food is filling and nutritious enough. Here is one recipe that is a sure hot with the kids. Not only does it contain veggies, but it is also an attractive snack!

Vegetable lollipop 


  1. Carrots
  2. Beans
  3. Potatoes
  4. Cauliflower
  5. Crumbled Bread
  6. Green Chilies
  7. Salt to taste
  8. Candy sticks
  9. Cornflour powder if needed


Take some carrots, beans, beetroot, potatoes, cauliflower and peas and boil them. Drain out the water and mash the boiled vegetable in a bowl. Mix some crumbled bread in the mixture. Add some green chilies and salt to taste. Make oval shaped balls out of the mixture and insert them in the centre of the ball you have made. Once you have inserted the stick deep fry them.

If you do not want to deep fry them, you can flatten these balls a little and make different shapes like star, heart, moon etc and grill them in your oven or microwave at 250 degrees for around 10 minutes. Your cutlets will soon be ready.

Tip: Incase the balls are not coming out well you can either add little more bread or cornflour in the mixture which will help the mixture to tighten a bit.

When you give these cutlets different shapes, you are sure to find your child’s lunch box coming back empty. You can also try the awesome veggie cutlets that your kids will love!

Note: Image has been sourced from the web.


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