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15-Minute Snack Recipe For Kids – Mix Veg Oats Cutlets | Healthy Toddler Recipe

15-Minute Snack Recipe For Kids – Mix Veg Oats Cutlets | Healthy Toddler Recipe

Toddlers and kids can be picky eaters that can give you a tough time to include vegetables and whole foods in their regular diet. Vegetable cutlets are a fantastic way to sneak veggies into your child’s diet while satisfying their taste buds. With this quick and easy recipe, you will feed your child oats, bell peppers, potatoes, and broccoli. What? Broccoli! 🙂

This recipe is a hit with toddlers and kids alike. It is perfect for snack time, lunchboxes, or as a fun finger food at parties. Let’s cook it together. (Alert! Make a big batch because everyone would want to have it.)

What is a Cutlet?

Cutlets are fried patties or balls made of potatoes, vegetables, or meat. Different spices and herbs are also added to enhance the flavors of cutlets. The ingredients are mashed together and shaped into a firm patty. The patties are then deep-fried, shallow-fried, or baked in an oven. These are also known as fritters, pakoras (pakoda), patty, or kebab.

In this recipe, we have made the cutlets in Appe Pan. You can cook them on any pan if you do not have Appe Pan.

Mix Veg Oats Cutlets

What is Oats?

Oats have earned a well-deserved reputation as a nutritional powerhouse, offering health many benefits and culinary versatility. Whether enjoyed as a comforting bowl of oatmeal for breakfast, incorporated into baked goods, or used as a nutritious thickener in soups and stews, oats are a staple ingredient in many kitchens all around the world.

They come in multiple forms – quick oats or flakes, instant oats, rolled oats, steel-cut oats, whole oats, and oat flour. Each type of oats has its unique characteristics and uses in cooking. Whether you prefer the hearty texture of steel-cut oats or the convenience of quick oats there’s an option to suit every taste and lifestyle. Experiment with different types of oats to discover your favorite ways to enjoy this nutritious and versatile grain.

Health Benefits of Oats

Is this recipe vegan-friendly?

Mix Veg Oats Cutlets recipe is vegan because all the ingredients used in this recipe are plant-based.

How to store Kids or Toddler-friendly Oats and Veggie Cutlets?

You can make a mixture of this cutlet and keep it in the refrigerator for up to 2 days.

Can we freeze Mix Veg Oats Cutlets?

This oats cutlet recipe is freezer-friendly too. Make small balls or patties and put them in the freezer. Once frozen, put them in a container or zip-lock bag. Use within a month.

To cook, take them out of the freezer and put them at room temperature for a few minutes. Cook or fry immediately. Do not thaw because they may become soggy.

Ingredients List – for quick reference

Mix Veg Oats Cutlets

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Conclusion

Each type of oats has its unique benefits and uses in cooking. They are rich in nutrition and promote health benefits. In this recipe, they play a good role as a binding ingredient. It helps absorb moisture from the vegetables and make a firm and nutritious patty or cutlets. Do make this recipe for a snack, lunch, or dinner. Not just your kid but your entire family will love it.

Grab all the ingredients because you are ready to make this delicious mix-veg oats cutlet recipe. It is quick, easy, and gets ready in 15 minutes. You can eat it for lunch or dinner. It makes a light dinner recipe.

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Happy Cooking. 🙂

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Richa

15-Minute Snack Recipe For Kids – Mix Veg Oats Cutlets | Healthy Toddler Recipe

Light. Nutritious. Wholesome.

Vegetable cutlets are a fantastic way to sneak veggies into your child's diet while satisfying their taste buds. This recipe is a hit with toddlers and kids alike.  Make a big batch today.

14

Servings

5 min

Prep Time

10 min

Cook Time

15 min

Total Time


Ingredients

          Steps

          1. Add all the ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Mix until well combined. 
          2. Take a small amount of the mixture and make a firm ball (or shape it into patties) by rolling it between your palms. Repeat the same with the rest of the mixture.
          3. Heat Appe Pan and brush oil all over. Place cutlets and brush oil all over them. Flip and cook from all sides until golden brown. Cook all the cutlets in the same way.
          4. If you do not have Appe Pan, use any other pan or skillet for frying.
          5. Serve but cool a little bit so that your kid doesn't burn his/her mouth. 
          Note
          1. This recipe makes around 14 cutlets.
          2. Use any vegetable of your choice. 
          3. No Appe Pan? No Problem! Use any other pan or skillet for frying. 

          FAQs

          What is a Cutlet?
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          Cutlets are fried patties or balls made of potatoes, vegetables, or meat. Different spices and herbs are also added to enhance the flavors of cutlets. The ingredients are mashed together and shaped into a firm patty. The patties are then deep-fried, shallow-fried, or baked in an oven. These are also known as fritters, pakoras (pakoda), patty, or kebab.


          What is Oats?
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          Oats have earned a well-deserved reputation as a nutritional powerhouse, offering health many benefits and culinary versatility. Whether enjoyed as a comforting bowl of oatmeal for breakfast, incorporated into baked goods, or used as a nutritious thickener in soups and stews, oats are a staple ingredient in many kitchens all around the world.

          They come in multiple forms – quick oats or flakes, instant oats, rolled oats, steel-cut oats, whole oats, and oat flour.

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