Creative Ways to Feed Moringa to your Child

Moringa is packed with so much health juices, you’ll be very surprised. For one this is the only vegetable which has all 9 essential amino acids, and this alone is good reason enough why I include moringa in my children’s diet. If you want to know more about Moringa click the link.

Yes, you’ve read it correctly, Moringa is part of my children’s diet and they love it. I’m sure your child will love it too.

If you’re unsure if they will like it or not, there are creative ways to sneak in Moringa powder into their diet without them knowing it. Moringa powder does not interfere with the food’s taste.

So here are ways I feed them with Moringa.

Removing the leaves off the stalks is fun for children, and of course, blending something is another fun thing to do. So making Moringa powder is a great chore for kids!

Sweet and sour fillet fish with Moringa powder.


Tuna in tomato sauce with Moringa powder.


Mung beans soup with Moringa leaves

There are several other food where Moringa can be added, like glazed chicken, buttered toasted bread, any type of fruit and vegetable salad, vegetable nuggets, fried egg with vegetable, homemade pizza, any type of sauces and dippings, teas, and many more. There are so many possiblities. I would be updating this post from time to time.

Helpful tips, do not over-cook the leaves and sprinkle Moringa powder unto the food after cooking.

Moringa is for everyone! It’s good for children, for adults, for pregnant women, and breastfeeding mothers.

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27 thoughts on “Creative Ways to Feed Moringa to your Child

  1. These are some really creative ways to get these nutrients into children. You have to get creative sometimes when you are trying to get them to eat foods that are good for them.

  2. i really like the idea of adding it to the tuna, would not have thought of that. i grew up having moringa in my fruit smoothies, it is very common in south america.

  3. Very informative… I know about Moringa leaves but never thought about using it in all these ways. Seriously the recipe with the fish, a good one!

  4. The first time I heard about Moringa was at Body Shop as they sell Moringa line of products (body butter, perfume). I didn’t know that it can be part of our diet too. Thank you for sharing this!

  5. First I didn’t know what Moringa was so I had to look it up. Now I am intrigued by this. I would have to figure out a way to put in food for my husband. LOL But I think I could mix it up in soups and casseroles.

  6. I had never heard of Moringa before. It sounds awesome. I have super picky eaters so I’m always looking for new “super foods” to add a punch of health benefits, I will have to see if I can get my hands on some of this. (And btw, that mango smoothie looks delicious!)

  7. Parents need to be really creative to feed children. Thankfully many healthy options in market.

    1. Wow, that’s a start,lol! It’s just that I have been receiving “I haven’t heard of that” comments. I wonder how you came to know Moringa.

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