Thursday, 1 October 2015

Red Day Snacks / Red Day Celebration in School

My today's post is bit different than other posts..Wait wait I am not going to talk about anything else other than food, however not as usual recipe  post.

If you see the life-graph of a woman it is similar as like man...starting from schooling, college, university,  pursuing career, marriage (may not be in same order all the time). Till that time the graph was going in a same manner but it changes once you have a kid. After the birth of child, man becomes father and woman becomes mother. When a woman becomes mother , half of the life-graph starts repeating (again schooling, college). How many of you disagree with this? :P.

You must be wondering why I am telling all these, the reason is I am a mother of preschooler and started repeating the cycle again! I am very bad in art & craft, so when I passed school I thought thankfully no more art & craft in this life because I did not realize the life-graph then :-). Recently, fruit and vegetables day was celebrated in our daughter's school and I had to dress our daughter like strawberry :o.

So once your kid started going to school, every other day there will be some celebration. One such popular day is RED day when teacher introduce red color to your child. Your child has to dress red and bring some red snack. Many parents are really confused what they should give as red color snack. I am sharing some natural red color healthy snack for your child's red day in school.

1. Apple

2. Pomegranate 

3. Watermelon

4. Red Bell Pepper Stir-Fry

Recipe of Red Bell Pepper Stir-Fry: Click here


  1. True Amrita, we Moms are living school life again with our little ones, only I feel ours was less demanding and challenging then theirs. Loved your ideas of red coloured snacks. Healthy and delicious, especially the bell pepper dish which was very yummy and offcourse red.

  2. I am also experienced with these..surely such a great post for those mothers whose kids have just started going to school or will start very soon.

  3. lovely post dear....very interesting read

  4. Wow! This is an awesome post, loved it! :)

  5. It's true, you relive your childhood with your children!!!
    nice post!!

  6. lovely red snacks..healthy too,interesting read !


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