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Healthy Non-Fried Gulgule Recipe For Kid’s Lunch Box

Preparing a lunch box every morning can be tiring but incredibly satisfying, especially when you know you’re giving your kids a healthy meal. Using all-natural ingredients without any artificial flavors or substances is the key. Packing a healthy lunch box for your kids ensures they get the nutrients they need to stay active and focused throughout the school day. Incorporate a mix of fruits, vegetables, proteins, and whole grains to provide a balanced meal. Including snacks like these non-fried gulgule can make lunch more exciting and enjoyable for your little ones. Today, I’m sharing a non-fried gulgule recipe that’s perfect for your kids’ lunch boxes. This nutritious and tasty snack will keep them energized throughout the day.


1 cup Wheat flour
2 ripe Bananas, mashed
1/2 cup Jaggery, grated or powdered
1 teaspoon Fennel Seeds
1/4 cup Milk
1 tablespoon Ghee or Butter
1/2 teaspoon Baking Powder


In a mixing bowl, mash the ripe bananas until smooth. Add the grated or powdered jaggery and fennel seeds to the mashed bananas. Mix well until the jaggery is dissolved.

Pour in the milk and mix the ingredients until they are well combined. Add wheat flour into the banana mixture. Mix until you get a smooth batter without any lumps.

Heat the appe pan on medium-low heat. Grease each cavity of the pan with ghee or butter. Once the pan is hot, pour a spoonful of batter into each cavity, filling them about three-fourths full. Allow the gulgule to cook on medium-low heat until the bottom side turns golden brown and crispy. This should take about 2-3 minutes. Carefully flip each gulgula using a skewer or small spoon and cook the other side until it becomes crispy and golden brown.

Once both sides are cooked, remove the gulgule from the appe pan and place them on a plate lined with paper towels to absorb any excess oil. Repeat the process with the remaining batter, adding more ghee or butter to the pan as needed. Let the gulgule cool down slightly before packing them into your kid’s lunch box.

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