Dry Fruits Powder for Kids

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Rated 4.25 out of 5 based on 28 customer ratings
(28 customer reviews)

Boost the nutritional power of your child’s food.

We all have days when we struggle to get even a little food inside our babies and toddlers. Why not increase the nutrition of their food? So even if they eat only little of it, it would at least be nutrition packed. Just add Little Moppet Food’s Dry Fruits Powder to your child’s food and relax.

The Dry Fruits Powder not only increases the nutritional value of the baby’s food, it also has weight gaining benefits. Almonds help with brain development, cashew nuts are great for development of muscles and bones, pistachios are high in fibre, turmeric is a natural antiseptic and nutmeg helps the baby sleep better. I bet you want to try it just for the nutmeg 😉

You can add the Dry Fruits Powder to your child’s milk (not formula), porridge, roti, pancakes, etc. to enhance the health benefit of these foods.

Each packet contains 100 gms.

This pack is part of our No Starving Child initiative. When you order any two regular packs of Little Moppet Foods, you will be helping feed a meal to an underprivileged child.

Description

  • A perfect addition to your child’s food and milk to increase nutrition and help weight gain
  • A powerful combination of almonds, cashew nuts, pistachios, turmeric, saffron and nutmeg
  • Lovingly made at home in Doctor Mom’s kitchen
  • It does not contain any preservatives, artificial flavors, sugar or salt. It’s 100% Natural and Safe for your child

Ingredients: Almonds, Cashew Nuts, Pistachios, Turmeric, Saffron and Nutmeg

Recommended Age and How to use:

For Babies

  1. Dry Fruits Powder can be given to babies above8 months.
  2. Please follow the3 day rule, add a 1/4 teaspoon of the dry fruits powder to porridge then next day too same amount and then increase it to half teaspoon of powder.
  3. The Dry Fruits Powder can be added toPorridges,pancakes, Rotis, desserts.

For older Children

It can be given to older kids with milk. It serves as a good energy drink.

2 or 3 teaspoon of the powder can be mixed in hot or chilled milk for kids.

UPDATE

We have compiled a new video as How to use Little Moppet Foods Dry Fruits Powder

 

Nutritional Information

Badam/Almonds

  • They help in brain development.
  • They are rich in phosphorous, vitamins and minerals and help in bone growth and development.
  • They help improve the immune system.
  • They enrich the skin resulting in a glowing skin.
  • They act as effective anti inflammatory agents.

Cashews

  • They are rich in copper, calcium, magnesium, potassium and zinc.
  • Helps in healthy development of muscle, nerves and bones.
  • Helps prevent anemia.
  • An Immune boosting food.

Pistachio

  • Helps prevent dry skin.
  • Is high in dietary fiber.
  • Acts as a good antioxidant.

Saffron

It is rich in Vitamin C, Iron and Magnesium.

Nutmeg

  • Helps in easy digestion.
  • Helps to attain a glowing skin.
  • It helps sleep better.

Turmeric

  • It is a natural antiseptic.
  • It is effective cough and cold remedy.
  • It is acts as a powerful anti-inflammatory agent.

 

28 reviews for Dry Fruits Powder for Kids

  1. Rated 3 out of 5

    monalisa biswas

    my baby is 16 months old.He drinks Isomil similac soy milk as he has lactose intolerance,.Can i add this dry fruits powder to this soy milk?

    • Dr Hema

      Dear Monalisa,

      Yes you can add to soy milk 🙂

      Cheers

      Hema

  2. Rated 3 out of 5

    Yamuna

    Hi Hema,

    My baby is 13 months old.. Can I add this mix with Nan Pro 3?

    • Dr Hema

      Dear Yamuna,

      The taste will be better if you try with cow’s milk, as the cow’s milk is little thicker than nan pro, but no harm in trying though 🙂

      Cheers

      hema

  3. Rated 3 out of 5

    srilaxmi chakilam

    Mam !

    Can this be added to ragi porridge also?.
    My daughter is 19 months old now?

    • Dr Hema

      Dear Srilaxmi,

      Yes it can be added to ragi porridge 🙂

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Hawwa

    Can I give it to my 6 months old boy. I have started giving him outside food since he is 5 months old.
    please advice.

    • Dr Hema

      Hi,

      Please wait till 8 months to start this dry fruits powder

      Hope this helps

      Cheers

      Hema

  5. Rated 4 out of 5

    Md

    Can i give this with khichidi or vegetable porridge or ur with ur ragi health mix?

    • Dr Hema

      Yes you can add a teaspoon of this dry fruits powder

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Hawwa (verified owner)

    How Many times in a day we can give dry fruit powder to babies?

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    agnes

    Hi I have 11 months old son still he is 7 kg lack of mother feeding…since breast feed not come not even one month.. So I given formula even though he is not gaining weight can I give this dry fruits powder for daily bases pls advise me.

    • Dr Hema

      Yes you can give 1 teapsoon of dry fruits powder daily

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    sona

    hi – how to give this dry fruit powder.should we put in water and boil 10 minutes and mix with milk and give.because my baby is cow milk allergy patient.so she uses neocate powder

    • Dr Hema

      Dear Sona,

      You can mix this after you prepare milk with neocate powder, dont add to water

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    Sneha Parmar (verified owner)

    Ordered it two months back for my 19 months old baby. Was having a tough time giving milk to my lo..Added a teaspoonful to her milk. She loved it. In fact she asks for her “masala doodh” before bedtime :)daily…thanks to Dr. Hema..

    • Dr Hema

      Thank you so much Sneha, and great to know your little one loved his MILK 🙂

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    himasatyam (verified owner)

    Very very pleased with the product I can feel the genuine flavour thank you for not adding any preservatives I was little sceptical before ordering but now I am really happy

    • Dr Hema

      Great to know that you love our products thank you so much 🙂

  11. Rated 5 out of 5

    Usha

    This is a flavour enhancer for our kid’s milk.
    Helps in two ways: Makes our kids finish their glass of milk and caters our kid’s dry fruit intake need just with 1 spoonful of powder.
    Thanks Hema and keep up the good work.

    • Dr Hema

      Thank you so much Usha 🙂

  12. Rated 5 out of 5

    gsrswathi18

    Can we add this powder to cooked rice , cooked dal or cooked vegetables just to give a sweeter taste ????

    • Dr Hema

      Yes you can

  13. Rated 4 out of 5

    shan

    Hi
    My daughter is 13 months old.she’s not gaining weight.i tried many recipes but tat is not help me out.and all the recipes are purely prepared at home.i’m new to dis so plz suggest me tat dis powder works?!?

    • Dr Hema

      Dear Shanthi,

      All the products are made at home under my mom’s supervision, so you don;t have to worry about quality and hygiene, every month more than 2000 moms buy from us for their babies 🙂

      It will definitely help in boosting the health and immunity of your baby

      Hope this helps

      Cheers

      Hema

  14. Rated 5 out of 5

    Julie Merin (verified owner)

    My baby loves her milk with this powder added to it. At first, i was a little upset because this powder is a little grainy and does not completely dissolve in milk. I did not want my baby to miss out on the wholesome goodness. But now, we spoon out the residue (undissolved bits) from the strainer and my baby gobbles it up by itself. I’m happy.

    • Dr Hema

      Great to hear your baby loves it 🙂

  15. Rated 5 out of 5

    Swati gupta (verified owner)

    Hii . . I am mother of 1.5 yr old & recently joined my office back . . Was in search of organic food n after reviewing many brand ordered this dry fruit mix . . Was very happy to see that it was similar taste n consistenty in comparison to what I used to make at home. . Thank you Hemaji . .

    • Dr Hema

      Thank you so much Swathi 🙂

  16. Rated 1 out of 5

    radha.anu88 (verified owner)

    Mam,
    my baby bopy is 11 months old ..how to give this dry fruit powder to him ..like in what way .. whether in milk and bottle feed or like porridge ….please tell me madam ..reply me??

  17. Rated 5 out of 5

    Reshma (verified owner)

    Hi Mam,

    i started to give this powder for my LO from 8 months. As i read in one of the comment above even i am worried as it its not a complete powder so is she is able to digest those granules?.should we filter and remove that or is it ok to give like that?please reply as i am seeing that in her potty so i think she is not able to digest that or is it ok as you are a Dr mom?please reply.

    • Dr Hema

      Dear Reshma

      I can understand your concern, if we grind to a more powdery consistency , then it will be very oily, so only we send it in that constituency, if you wish you can strain and feed your baby

  18. Rated 4 out of 5

    harshayb.14

    Hi dr hema
    My baby is 9 months old .can I add dry fruits powder to porridge. Is it ok to start of directly with mixed dry fruits powder .. instead of introducing one dry fruits at a time .. kindly advise e

    • Dr Hema

      Hi,

      Yes , you can try directly , add 1/4 teaspoon of dry fruits powder and then add 1/2 teaspoon the next day and 1 teaspoon the next day

  19. Rated 4 out of 5

    DEBESH (verified owner)

    My baby likes dry fruits powder very much when added to her milk and porridges. She finishes her milk cups daily only after adding dry fruits powder. Thank you Dr. Hemapriya.

  20. Rated 3 out of 5

    Ketaki

    My son is 1.5 yrs old..He drinks milk with bottle..how can I use dry fruit powder for him..shall I boil the milk with it and then filter it before pouring in bottle…I add dry fruits in kheer.

    • Dr Hema

      Hi ketaki,

      Add it after the milk is boiled and before serving the baby

  21. Rated 4 out of 5

    Anju

    Is nutmeg safe for babies?

    • Dr Hema

      Hi,

      We are adding a very minuscule amount and it is absolutely safe for babies

  22. Rated 5 out of 5

    Preethi Elizabeth (verified owner)

    Hi mam ,my baby is 10 months old. I have started giving diluted aavin milk . Is it ok to add dry fruit powder with the milk ?

    • Dr Hema

      Hi preethi,

      It is better to avoid milk before 1 year,but yes you can add dry fruits powder in his milk

  23. Rated 4 out of 5

    Shikha Singh

    hi DR

    can this dry fruits powder needs to be cooked or i can directly add water or milk and give it to 8 months old ??

    • Hemapriya Natesan

      Hi Shikha,

      It can be added directly to hot milk or hot water, or porridge or puree for babies

  24. Rated 5 out of 5

    Shikha Singh

    can it be added to breast milk ??

  25. Rated 5 out of 5

    manoharan.sharmila

    Hi Hema

    It doesn’t say it is Organic in the label. is it Organic ?

    Thanks
    Sharmila

    • Hemapriya Natesan

      Hi,

      It is not 100% organic as organic pista are very difficult to procure

  26. Rated 3 out of 5

    s.aiesha.begum2010

    I am planning to start this powder to my 15 months old kid. shall we add sugar to it? or powder alone is enough mam?

    • Hemapriya Natesan

      Hi aiesha,

      The dry fruits have a natural sweetness of their own, if you wish you cna add jaggery or palm jaggery to it

  27. Rated 4 out of 5

    MK

    Hi Hema, My daughter is 15 months old.
    Can I add dates, dried figs, raisins and manuka to this when making the powder

    • Hemapriya Natesan

      Yes you can, but please dry the dates, figs and raisins well as they will turn out to be sticky if not dried

  28. Rated 5 out of 5

    srinusk.p (verified owner)

    Hi Hema

    Thanks to you. Very much impressed with your products.. it is a blessed for all working moms..
    I have ordered this dry fruits powder.. it’s very good.. I want to order more products from your site..

    Thanks to you hema

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