Healthy Snacks To Binge On This Raksha Bandhan


Enjoy This Raksha Bandhan With Some Healthy Snacks To Binge On! Let’s make this Raksha Bandhan full of healthy choices towards the good health.

Raksha Bandhan, it the most celebrated & awaited festival for Hindus which celebrates the beautiful bond between a brother and sister. This is the day when brother and sister and the whole family get together and celebrates the bonds with lots of Matthias, chocolates, and Rakhi.

No one can stay away from or hide from a delicious feast. Knowing the higher sweets & snacks consumption it is also the chance that we overlook the food adulteration part and expiry dates. Let’s make this Raksha Bandhan free from Blind indulges and full of healthy choices towards the good health.

Nariyal Laddu or Burfi

This sweet can be made very easily at home by using coconut and condensed milk.

Shahi Tukda 

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It is a very easy and tasty dessert, suitable for summers as it is the cold dessert simply some fried bread slices dipped in condensed milk and topped with chunky nuts.

Stuffed Cheese Tomato

This is very healthy can be made either with gravy or without’s rich in protein, calcium, and minerals.

Fruit Yoghurt

When the market is full of aerated drinks and artificial juices, fruit yogurt is a quite healthy and better choice. It can be made by using a variety of choice of fruits like kiwi, strawberry, mango, etc.

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Dry Fruit Shakes

No doubt dry fruits shake are a healthier choice with lots of omega 3 fatty acids and vitamin b in can use Kaju, almonds, figs as the base.

Hara Bhara Kebab

This is also a good option as healthy snacks. Made from spinach and green vegetables, rich in iron, vitamins, and minerals. 

Tandoori Gobi Tikka Recipe 

It is a super simple and yet super delicious recipe, that varies from the Paneer Tikkas. It has the addition of hung curd, along with spices like chaat masala, ajwain, and Kasuri methi, which brings out the fantastic flavors of the Tandoori Gobi Tikka. Cauliflower is known for being antioxidant-rich and anti-inflammatory. Eating cauliflower provides your body, impressive amounts of vitamins including vitamin C, vitamin k, beta-carotene, and much more while supporting healthy digestion and detoxification.

Dahi Achari Bhindi 

This preparation can be served either with Rotis or puri, very delicious. Even bhindi can be used as snacks in the form of Kurkuri Bhindi.its tastes very well with puris. 

(With inputs from Ms. Seema Singh, Chief Clinical Nutritionist and Head of Department, Fortis Hospital Vasant Kunj)

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Written by: Tavishi Dogra

Source: Onlymyhealth editorial team Aug 14, 2019


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