How about a guilt­free pan­cake?

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This com­pany of­fers mil­let-based good­ies for chil­dren and adults

It is not un­usual to see chil­dren’s break­fast ce­real look­ing like generic mush. En­ter Slurrp Farm ce­real mixes in flavours like ba­nana, ap­ple, mango and even a khichdi vari­ant that de­liv­ers on nu­tri­tion as well as va­ri­ety. For erst­while fi­nance pro­fes­sion­als Meghana Narayan and Shau­ravi Ma­lik, Slurrp Farm emerged from an en­deav­our to get their chil­dren to eat healthy and tasty food. “We felt a need for in­no­va­tive prod­ucts re­lated to chil­dren's nu­tri­tion for our­selves and the mar­ket. And so we de­cided to en­ter this space cat­e­gory by cat­e­gory, tar­get­ing dif­fer­ent age groups,” says Narayan.

So far, Slurrp Farm of­fers a range of whole­some break­fast and snack op­tions for lit­tle ones as well as adults. There are pan­cake mixes which com­bine su­per­grains with choco­late chips, ba­nana and co­coa. Their pow­dered dosa mixes use al­ter­na­tive flours and nat­u­ral flavours like spinach and beet­root. A new line of and puffs of­fer healthy al­ter­na­tives for tiffins. “Our idea is to take prod­ucts that are mostly junk and make the best non-junk ver­sions of it,” says Narayan. —Diya Kohli

Shau­ravi Ma­lik (left) and Meghana Narayan.

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