Diet Plan 3 Year Old Kids

As the child grows so does his dietary needs. For the proper and healthy growth of a child it is very important that the parents add some nutritious as well as tasty dishes in their child’s diet plan. The add-ons should be able to balance the need of all the required nutrition including proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins etc. 

At first the child will be a little rigid towards these new add-ons but gradually as he or she will develop taste towards these dishes then they will start eating them without showing any tantrums. The diet plan that the parents can follow is given below according to the day to day basis. The diet plan is


Diet Plan 3 Year Old Kids

Monday:

In the Early Hours:
  • Start the day of your child with a cup of milk.
  • Along with the milk also give him 2 soaked almonds. Make sure the almonds are soaked overnight and have been peeled.

Breakfast:
  • Give your child cheese and tomato sandwich of whole wheat or multi grain bread.

Brunch: For brunch you can give your child any of the following things:
  • 1 cup of fresh fruits.
  • 1 cup of vegetable or your childs favorite fruit juice.
  • 1 cup of tomato soup.

Lunch: Lunch should be nutritional and thus should include:
  • ½ bowl of daal.
  • ½ bowl any paneer based sabzi.
  • 1-2 chapatti and a small cup of rice.

Snacks:
  • 1 cup of fruit chat.
  • Chocolate milkshake.
  • Dinner:  Dinner can include:
  • ½ bowl baked vegetables.
  • 1-2 chapatti with moong daal.

Tuesday:

In the Early Hours:
  • Start the day of your child with a cup of milk.
  • Along with the milk also give him 2 soaked almonds. Make sure the almonds are soaked overnight and have been peeled.

Breakfast:
  • 1 cup dalia with a serving of nuts on it.

Brunch:
  • 1 cup of fresh fruits.
  • 1 cup of vegetable or your child’s favorite fruit juice.
  • 1 cup of tomato soup.

Lunch: For lunch you can give your child:
  • ½ bowl of kadhi.
  • ½ bowl mix vegetables ki sabzi.
  • 1-2 chapatti and a small cup of rice.

Snacks:
  • 1-2 aaloo tikki served with tomato chuttney.
  • Banana milkshake.

Dinner: For dinner you can give:
  • 1 bowl moong daal khichri cooked with vegetables to give it a colorful look.

Wednesday:

In the Early Hours:

  • Start the day of your child with a cup of milk.
  • Along with the milk also give him 2 soaked almonds. Make sure the almonds are soaked overnight and have been peeled.

Breakfast: For breakfast your child can have:
  • Poha.

Brunch:
  • 1 cup of fresh fruits.
  • 1 cup of vegetable or your child’s favorite fruit juice.
  • 1 cup of tomato soup.

Lunch:
  • ½ cup aaloo matar sabzi.
  • 1-2 chapatti..
  • A small cup of rice with moong or mug.

Snacks:
  • 1 glass of milk.
  • Vegetable upma.

Dinner:
  • Paav bhaji.

Thursday:

In the Early Hours:
  • Start the day of your child with a cup of milk.


Breakfast:
  • Stuffed aloo, paneer or gobhi parantha.

Brunch:
  • 1 cup of fresh fruits.
  • 1 cup of vegetable or your child’s favorite fruit juice.
  • 1 cup of tomato soup.

Lunch:
  • 1 bowl of vegetable pulao.
  • 1 cup of curd.
  • 1-2 chapatti with palak paneer subzi.

Snacks:
  • 1 bowl of salad(vegetable or fruit)
  • Strawberry milkshake.

Dinner:
  • Tacos.
  • Burger.

Friday:

In the Early Hours:
  • Start the day of your child with a cup of milk.
  • Along with the milk also give him 2 soaked almonds. Make sure the almonds are soaked overnight and have been peeled.

Breakfast:
  • 1 bowl of suji vegetable upma. Add all the multi colored vegetables to give it a fun look.

Brunch:
  • 1 cup of fresh fruits.
  • 1 cup of vegetable or your child’s favorite fruit juice.
  • 1 cup of tomato soup.

Lunch:
  • 1 bowl of choley or rajma or lobia
  • 1 cup of rice.
  • 1-2 bhature.

Snacks:
  • 1 cup of milk shake of your child’s favorite fruit.
  • Vegetable frankie, you can also add cheese and paneer in it.

Dinner:
  • 1 stuffed parantha. Stuffing can be of paneer, aaloo etc.

Saturday:

In the Early Hours:
  • Start the day of your child with a cup of milk.

Breakfast:
  • 1 cheela made up of moong daal. Stuff the cheela with vegetables to make it colorful as well as nutritious.

Brunch:
  • 1 cup of fresh fruits.
  • 1 cup of vegetable or your child’s favorite fruit juice.
  • 1 cup of tomato soup.

Lunch:
  • ½ bowl of daal.
  • ½ bowl veg ksdhai sabzi.
  • 1-2 chapatti and a small cup of rice.
  • 1 bowl of vegetable salad.

Snacks:
  • Boiled corns or chaat made of corn.
  • Samosa

Dinner:
  • Small vegetable pizza.
  • Nachos with cheese and salsa sauce.