Here is the simplest way to add vegetables to your kids’ meals
Is your kid refusing to eat veggies? Almost every parent has been through this. And if you are looking for a solution like everyone else is, we might have an answer for you. Let’s start with the fact that by adding one serving of Maggi kids’ soup to one of your little ones’ meals, you would be providing them with 25% of their daily intake of vegetables. And to make things even better, we invite you to serve these soups in a creative way following one or all of the below recipes.
Cheese chicken Balls Soup
Adding some chicken and parmesan cheese balls to Maggi kids’ soup is a great way to take the recipe to the next level. It’s loaded with nutritious element what will keep your little ones full for longer.
Corn and bell pepper soup
The mixture of bell pepper and cream of mushroom will add to your kids’ favorite soup a touch of color and taste that they will love. Give our recipe a try. It’s easy and will be ready in no time.
Chicken Kofta Creamy Soup
Have you ever wondered how will some chicken kofta balls taste when added to your soup? The combination of flavors is mouthwatering and perfect for after school meals.
Curry chicken balls soup
If your kids are fond of Indian dishes then this recipe is a must try for you! The taste of curry and ginger all combined with minced chicken will be a hit among your little ones.