Sachets filled with gulal, water guns accompanied with old Bollywood numbers, and the mouth-watering delicacies – Holi brings with it a bevy of festivities that beckon everyone to indulge in fun and vibrant spirits. Extra sugary snacks loaded with calories during Holi may put a dent in your weight loss goals.
This Holi, try these super amazing healthy Holi foods recipe and ditch the sugary ones.
1. Baked Karanji Recipe:
Whole wheat and Sooji dough parcels stuffed with almonds and raisins. Baked and dipped in honey, simply irresistible! Try this exotic Baked Gujiya/ Baked Karanji Recipe this Holi! [CLICK HERE FOR THE RECEIPE]
2. Low Calorie Thandai Recipe:
Let’s face the fact, Holi without the signature thandai is bound to feel incomplete. The good news is that you can enjoy a glass of thandai without compromising your health & Nutrition. Just use Almond Milk to make it healthier and replace the sugar with a small portion of jaggery, and you’re good to go! [CLICK HERE FOR THE RECEIPE]
3. Paan Kulfi/ Paan Icecream For Holi
Holi Special Paan Kulfi recipe! a kulfi made from paan (betel leaves) and milk.
Paan has some great health benefits listed below:
- Betel leaves can be used to heal wounds.
- Helps in eliminating bad breath & a good mouth freshener.
- Betel leaves help in treating ulcers, bronchitis and bleeding gums.
- Also helps in treating constipation, headaches etc.
- Also, betel leaves consist of calcium hence good for bones.
The disadvantage is people mix betel nuts with betel leaves and chew them which can be dangerous to health.
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4. Palak-Methi Healthy Dumplings Recipe (Spinach and fenugreek leaf dumplings)
When it comes to good health, there’s nothing more beneficial than adding greens to your meals. Palak-methi Healthy Dumplings Recipe made with besan (chickpea flour) give you the benefits of iron and protein. Have them with mint chutney and it is bound to taste finger-licking good! Palak-Methi Muthiyas are among the most popular and healthy snacks as they are made with lots of vegetables and an assortment of flours and very little oil is used for tempering . [CLICK HERE FOR THE RECEIPE]
5. Low Calorie Oats Idli Recipe
This is an ideal breakfast on Holi morning. It is super quick to make and is low in fat content. You can add some carrots, beans, and peas to the preparation to make it healthier and tastier
About Oats idli Recipe: Low on calories and healthy idlis made with oats and grated carrots. Ideal for those who are calorie conscious. Oats being rich in minerals, vitamins and proteins gives this dish a high nutritive value without compromising on the delicious taste. Easy and quick to make, this Low Calorie Oats Idli recipe is ideal for a good breakfast or brunch at home.
Share these amazing HOLI Foods Recipe with your loved ones!
Team Kitchen’s Diet wishes you all a very Happy and Healthy Holi!