How to make protein powder at home for children

Protein builds the base of the body. It is very crucial for growing children, since proteins build and repair cells, muscles, enzymes, hormones and also provide energy to children. Proteins are readily available in nuts, fish, eggs, chicken, dairy products and the list is endless. The problem arises because children are fussy and most of the time they refuse to eat healthy foods. In this situation, protein powder is the best option, since it can provide the required protein to your child in an easy and tasty way. It is a very popular nutritional supplement and also helps ensure that your children get enough protein.

Homemade protein powder is healthy and safe
Buying protein powder can be a bit problematic, since you may not know what's inside. It is also packed with artificial preservatives. So, to solve this problem, we will tell you how to prepare protein powder at home with pure and healthy ingredients. Homemade protein is also cheaper and its quality will undoubtedly be better than what is available in the market. And the best part is that it can be done with ingredients readily available at home.

First method

For this method, you will need skim milk powder (3 cups), dry old-fashioned or instant dry oatmeal (1 cup) and almonds (1 cup) and brown sugar or sugar, if you prefer. You can also add 1/4 cup of cocoa powder. Mix everything in the blender and store it in a clean jar. Store it in the fridge if you want to keep it for a long time. This homemade protein powder should be used every day to achieve its benefits. The 1/2 cup scoop has 180 calories and 12 grams of protein. You can add it in smoothies/milkshakes or milk.

Second method

In this method, you will need ¼ cup of almonds, pistachios, nuts, peanuts, soybeans, pumpkin seeds, flax seeds, chia seeds, oatmeal and powdered milk. Now, dry all dried fruits in a pan for 2-3 minutes over low heat. Similarly, dry all the seeds and oatmeal dry and wait for them to cool. In a blender, mix all the roasted ingredients with the powdered milk. You will get a powder consistency, sift it and then put it in a jar and store it. You can mix 1/4 cup cocoa powder. You can add it to milk, milkshakes, milkshakes and even halwas and porriage. One tablespoon of this powder contains 10.5gms of protein and 45 calories per tablespoon. If you are vegan, you can substitute milk with coconut powder.

Third method

For this method, take ½ cup of almonds, cashews and pistachios and ½ teaspoon of nutmeg, saffron and turmeric strands. Roast almonds, cashews and pistachios in a pan and wait for them to cool. Similarly, toast the saffron threads and wait for it to change color. Mix all the ingredients in a blender and add turmeric and nutmeg powder to the mixture. Blend once more to mix everything evenly. The powder can be a bit sticky and you can use it to make rotis, sides and milk.

Fourth method

For this method, take 100 grams of each of oats, peanuts, almonds, soy flour/soy flour and 50 grams of powdered milk. Now roast all the ingredients dry one after the other and place them in separate containers and let them cool. Before mixing, chop the ingredients to facilitate mixing. In a blender, mix all the roasted ingredients with the powdered milk. You will get a powder consistency, sift it and then put it in a jar and store it. Add 1 tablespoon of this in juices, smoothies, milk and smoothies.