Indian Lunch Box Ideas (Part 4) | Kids Healthy Lunch Box Recipes |Simple Living Wise Thinking

In this video I have shared 4 Indian lunch box ideas.I have also shown how to make kids healthy lunch box recipes in a quick way.This recipes are very easy to …

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21 thoughts on “Indian Lunch Box Ideas (Part 4) | Kids Healthy Lunch Box Recipes |Simple Living Wise Thinking

  1. My daughter is 8 and we watch your videos together. Absolutely love them. Keep up the good work and love from London xx

  2. Aap ghar mein dahi jamate ho Kya.what starter dahi u use and what about winters , can you make video on this topic

  3. Mouthwatering recipes which adults can also enjoy, these can be good break fast as well. Thank you Payal for not to make same breakfast again nd again

  4. These lunch box ideas are so useful for kids. Please do share more of such healthy lunch box ideas. Thanks a lot Payal

  5. Debapriya Nanda July 27, 2017 at 5:09 am - Reply

    Loved all the recipes Payal… esp the suji toast and the spinach paratha pocket. I'm definitely gonna try them for my son's lunch box. Thanx for sharing dear 😊. And yes liked ur makeup video too👍🏻. Good job 👏🏻

  6. Gunjan Chandani July 27, 2017 at 5:09 am - Reply

    all receipes are awesome .I liked the rava toast will surely try n the spinach paratha also ..looks yummy 😜

  7. Hiiii… Yesterday i made these semolina bread uttapam for my son's lunch box. Thanks for sharing your way of cooking. Take care.

  8. Monika Marsollek July 27, 2017 at 5:09 am - Reply

    ❣Hi Payal, everything looks soo inviting, if I remember my school lunch: it was kind of poor! Now everybody can test this for the time after holidays;-)…I literally don't know any mom making such interesting lunch boxes, it's always bread butter and cheese or sausage and maybe some fruit, ready in 2-5 minutes. But nowadays there is often lunch at school, so they need only a snack. These are my favourite noodles!! They are called FARFALLE, that's Italian and means butterflies, and they are looking like little butterflies, right? I didn't understand what kind of 'flour' you mixed with the curd, before you added the veggies? Thank you for sharing, love, Monika❣

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