Best to leave the parents to it and hope for the best. You can crush some food into powder, mix with a bit of tank water a squirt it near the fry with a syringe or turkey baster, but you'll probably find if you feed something easy to break up like flake that Mum will chew it and break it up then spit it out among the babies.
Don't be alarmed if you see food coning out through her gills too, it's normal. If you can manage to hatch some brine shrimp that's the ideal food for baby cichlids, but they'll do OK on powdered adult food too. In a community tank though you may find not many, if any make it. Panduros are excellent parents though (well the grandparents are ).
She is a most excellent mother it would seem, she doesn't let them get too far from the cave; when they wander off she pops them in her mouth and brings them back. It's absolutely amazing, I'm completely addicted to watching them!
The reason I noticed them was I saw Mrs Panduro spitting out her food. Then I noticed the 'dirt'. Then the dirt moved!! It is so exciting!! She seems to be feeding them well enough but I'll try powdering some food too.
I can see how this is going to be really hard - I want them to make it, but then if they do, what to do with them? I will just see what happens, but I think I will be very sad to see them disappearing :(