Fried Apples is a quick and yummy dessert made with apples, jaggery/brown sugar, cinnamon powder & butter or ghee for babies, toddlers and kids. An apple a day keeps the doctor away! Isn't that true! Apples are such a simple food that can be eaten as such. But what if your child refused to eat apples? Here is an easy recipe to include apples in your child's diet. The method is too simple, sliced apples are pan-fried in butter with jaggery/sugar and served warm.
You can prefer to give this fried apples once in a while as a quick evening snack if your child gets fussy about eating:) This apple fry can be given to babies after eight months as finger food (make it without sugar and cook softly ). Also, check here some apple recipes for babies and kids. Now Let's check how to make this apple fry recipe for babies, toddlers, and kids.
Apple Fry Recipe for Babies, Toddlers, and Kids
- Medium-sized Apples - 2
- Powdered Jaggery/ Brown Sugar - 3 tbsp
- Butter/Homemade Ghee - 2 tbsp
- Cinnamon powder - ¼ tsp
- Lemon juice - 1 tbsp
- Keep all the ingredients ready. Wash, peel, and slice the apples. Soak the apple slices in water with a tablespoon of lemon juice. It helps to retain the color of apples.
- Heat butter and powdered jaggery or sugar in a pan. Let it melt completely.
- Then add sliced apples. Fry the apples until slightly soft. It may take 2-3 minutes. Flip the apples and cook it further for 2 minutes. Sprinkle cinnamon powder over the fried apples. Switch off the flame once done.
Here is the video of how to make fried apples for babies and toddlers
- Choose sweet tasting apples for this recipe.
- Don't overcook the apples. Otherwise, it becomes like Apple sauce.
- Adjust sugar according to the sweetness of apples.
- For babies below one year, skip the sugar.
- Always check with your pediatrician before introducing any new food.
Tried it and my toddler liked it, thanks.
Thank you for sharing the feedback Subhashini:) Glad your toddler likes it!
I tried this and my baby loved it. She usually refuses to eat apples . But she enjoyed it this way .
Wow. So glad that your baby likes it!
I am really thankful to you
Only because of this recipe my baby eats apples today (Its been one year he is eating this as daily evening snack)
otherwise I was really worried about my son don't at all like and eat apples
Will be really glad if you share such fruits recipes for my toddler
Hey can we use black salt or something else instead of cinnamon powder.. Pls rply
not sure about black salt. but you can skip cinnamon powder if you don't want to use it