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This simple and delicious recipe is a real treat for weight watchers. Chaklis, the popular indian snack, is usually deep-fried and contains loads of calories. Here's how to make them with 1 tsp of oil to near perfection by baking them in an oven. Munch them at anytime of the day when hunger strikes. ....
Unlike traditional chaklis, this version makes use of less butter and a combination of flours to make them crisp and nutritious.
Vegetables add a unique twist to these scrumptious cheese straws. Good way of including vegetables to your kid's diet. Brimming with protein, fibre and calcium -- this recipes is definitely better than those fried snack!
Yet another variation of a favourite Indian snack! Use oats and poha to make this healthy chivda. Carry this snack in your bag to work or to the gym for an instant pick-me-up when you feel your blood sugar levels decreasing. Suggested Serving Size Per Person: 1 serving.
Onions and sesame seeds add flavour to the otherwise bland Jowar flour used in these baked puris. At just 8 calories per puri, you can enjoy them without guilt! Make the puris in advance and keep them ready for those sudden hunger pangs.
These fibre rich mini Frisbees are easy-to-make and utterly delicious! You can make these in advance and store in an air-tight container for days. These Frisbees can be packed to school, have as it is or topped with sauce and vegetables to make a wholesome and filling snack.
Indians are fortunate to have access to a selection of healthy flours with untold benefits. Made from super healthy nachni flour, these tasty laddoos will help build your vitamin B complex reserves. Two of these laddoos make a satiating mini snack.
This crisp, oil-free snack is a perfectly healthy answer to sudden hunger pangs. Made of wholesome soya and wheat flours dotted with iron-rich sesame seeds, the Soya Sesame Khakhra is so satiating it will keep you going right up to the next meal. It abounds in all necessary nutrients but is sans fat ....
The oats, walnuts and cornflakes snack bar is a perfect accompaniment for milk. Crunchy cornflakes, chewy oats, salty walnuts and creamy condensed milk give not just joy but good taste too. This flavoursome delicacy is an ideal snack any time of the day.
You will love the rustic flavour of this honey flavoured chocolate cake, reinforced with grated carrot, nuts and raisins. The carrot helps to keep the cake moist, while chocolate makes it appeal to all! Condensed milk gives the Chocolate Carrot Loaf a very rich and intense flavour, which makes you w ....
These crisps made of ragi and soya flour are loaded with iron, calcium and protein. While cooking them on a tava is the healthier option, you can also deep-fry them. Make the crisps in advance and store in an airtight container.
Children enjoy pasta. Here is another way you can dish out pasta for children. Half-boiled and deep-fried, they become a crunchy treat to eat. You can toss them with seasoning and serve. Experiment with pasta shapes and colours.
When kids get bored of the usual rotis in their tiffin box, you can make an exciting snack with crispy khakhra instead! Made with wheat flour, khakhras are quite as satiating as rotis but can be quite thrilling for kids to munch on. Here crushed khakhras are pepped up with roasted chana dal, peanuts ....
Chaklis are an indispensable snack for the Diwali season! Not only are they ideal to accompany the sweets you share with friends and family, but they also come in handy when you want to have a quick snack with tea. Made of spiced rice flour bound by curds and butter to make a soft dough, chaklis are ....
Shakkarpara is one of the most popular jar snacks, in households across the country. It is known by different names but is loved by all. Since it is easy to make, it is also made in large volumes, especially during festive occasions like Diwali, when it is served along with tea to friends and family ....
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