Healthy Snack for Kids : MyLittleMoppet Soya Noodles


When you think of noodles what comes to your mind? Junk food?? Unhealthy refined flour oily snack option which you would never want your kids to have. Let me tell you about a very Healthy Snack for Kids –> the Soya Noodles from My Little Moppet. These are healthier version of noodles from #mylittlemoppet made out of Soyabean. Add some veggies to it and tadda!! Noodles can be healthy too!! Check out the recipe below..

I came across MyLittleMoppet  when Miss G was just 6 months. Like any new mommy without any elderly advice, I was looking for some information on baby food when I got to the website and downloaded their Free recipe ebooks for Baby and Toddler Food. 4 years later , I am back to the same website but this time I am trying their baby foods. 

Healthy Snack for Kids : Soya Noodles with Veggies

MyLittleMoppet Soya Noodles
Quick Healthy Snack

About Soya Noodles from MyLittleMoppet

Taken from

Protein is known as the building block of the human body, and rightly so! It is all the more important for growing children, new Moms and the elderly, to ensure that their muscles stay healthy, their immune system is strong and that normal development takes place. But Indians are known for having a deficiency of protein in their diet. However, a single bowl of our Soya Noodles can solve this problem, since soya is among the best sources of plant-based protein, making it ideal for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians!

Soy is also great to combat common health issues associated with ageing and a modern lifestyle, like hypertension, diabetes and heart disease. With high amounts of Zinc, Calcium, Iron and assorted B Vitamins, this is one bowl of noodles you can have guilt-free!

What you get : Each pack contains 180 grams + 15 grams tastemaker masala

This is going to be my first ever recipe for kids. So if you like it please don’t forget to comment below.

The Recipe

Cooking time : 15 mins

Preparation time: 15 mins


  • MyLittleMoppet Soya Noodles – 1 Pack
  • Water – To par boil the Noodles
  • Oil – to still fry the veggies
  • Onion – 1 medium sized
  • Ginger paste – 1 teaspoon
  • Garlic paste – 1  teaspoon
  • Bell peppers –  2 ( I took 1 yellow and 1 red)
  • Carrot – 1 medium size
  • Cabbage – 1/4th 


Bring around 1 litre water to boil and add a tablespoon of oil to it. Add the noodles to the boiling water and let it boil for 2-3 minutes. Strain out the water and add chilled water on the noodles. 

Par boiled Noodles

Tip : Add cold water immediately after straining the noodles from hot water. This will not let the noodles get sticky and form a lump

Cut all the vegetables as you may life. I like the veggies to be cut in long thin pieces. 

SO colorful!!


Heat oil in a karai. 

Add ginger garlic paste and saute for 2 mins

No Noodles without ginger garlic for us 😀

Add onions and stir fry for 3-4 mins.

Fry till light brown

Add the veggies and stir fry for another 3 mins. 

So colorful!!

Add the taste maker masala ( comes with the soya noodles)

Boiled noodles to the veggies.. and Mix it up yo!!

Added the boiled noodles and mix well so that the noodles and veggies are evenly coated with the Masala ad there is a consistency in the color.

Your healthy snack is ready!!! The noodles were a super hit for my daughter. The entire packet is good for 3 people at a time.  Even we got to taste it. It was absolutely amazing. The taste maker had just the right amount of spices.


Hope you liked the recipe. Please share it with your family and friends. Let me know in the comment section below how did it turn out for you? Tag us on Instagram when you post it

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