"Dream, Dream, Dream! Conduct these dreams into thoughts and then transform them into action."
- Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

  • Have some leftover rice? Turn it into yummy uttappas for your breakfast. 
Mash the rice and add some idli rawa, curd and water. Mix it well and leave it for 15 mins. Add some grated veggies, ginger garlic paste, chopped onions, green chillies and salt to the batter. Make uttappas from this batter & serve hot with chutney.


  • Bananas are highly nutritious, energy boosters and a good source of Vitamins for children. Use these ripe bananas from the basket and freeze them.
Slice and dip them in the melted chocolate and roll in crushed nuts. Freeze it. Surprise your children with these banana bites.


  •  A simple, healthy, full of nutrients & energy yet delicious combination for your breakfast.
In a food processor, add the bananas, peanuts, cinnamon and salt. Grind until it turns smooth, creamy and buttery. Store the banana-peanut butter in an airtight jar & refrigerate it. Enjoy the spread with brown bread or hot chappatis.


  • Flaxseed is packed with nutrients, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and Omega-3 fatty acids. It benefits your health as it has dietary fibres, important to digestive health.
It reduces chances of heart diseases, cancer, diabetes & balances body cholesterol level. Sprinkle roasted flax seeds on your salad & make it more healthy.


  • This fruit is a health powerhouse as it has three times more antioxidants than green tea. They are rich in vitamin A, C and E.
Blend together some fresh seeds of pomegranate, one orange, lime and a guava into a juice. Now add a tbs of honey and the Seasonal Punch is ready to serve.


  • Food saved is food produced!
This Independence Day let us pledge to make India a Zero Food Wastage nation.
While preparing meals, take a stock of leftovers and adjust the quantity accordingly.
Make your meals interesting by preparing innovative and delicious recipes out of leftovers.