It’s #WellnessWednesday once again here at FoodyBuddy and this time, we want to help you indulge your sweet tooth while ensuring that your health doesn’t suffer. To that effect, we have come up with a list of recipes for desserts which are healthy!
So, without any further ado, here is our list of 5 Healthy Dessert Recipes:
#1) Chocolate Cake with Chocolate-Orange Sauce
The deliciousness of Chocolate Cake is the one thing people all around the globe can agree upon! After all, it is the world’s favourite cake. But, the drawback is that it is one of the most fattening desserts one can eat.
Which is why we’re presenting you with this alternative. This recipe courtesy of countryliving.com reduces the calorie count by 219 and the fat content by 19 grams per slice!
So, check out their awesome recipe and enjoy a guilt-free dose of chocolate goodness: https://bit.ly/2vJ52Ky
#2) Flavoured Yoghurt
Don’t you love those flavoured yoghurts that you can pick up at the supermarket? They’re delicious, aren’t they?
Well, they’re also unhealthy and expensive. Instead, next time you crave something like a Strawberry Yoghurt, why don’t you check out this amazing recipe by thenourishinghome.com: https://bit.ly/2FfoldJ
It takes less than 10 minutes to make and acts as a perfect cooling solution for these hot summer days.
#3) Ragi Halwa
Ragi is a millet famous in Karnataka which boasts a huge amount of protein content. It is, by far, one of the healthiest things you could eat in a meal. So, why not make a dessert out of it?
archanaskitchen.com has come out with a wonderful Ragi Halwa recipe which you can check out here: https://bit.ly/2HoF8Bb
#4) Custard Apple Kheer
Kheer is one of the most widely-consumed sweets in all of India. But, with the incredibly high number of diabetics who have to watch what they eat, we decided to bring you a sugar-free version that you can enjoy without any ill-effects on your health.
NDTV Food’s Custard Apple Kheer recipe is fully sugar-free and the perfect go-to dish to get that wonderful flavour with none of the health risks.
Check out the recipe here: https://bit.ly/2HMjjuF
#5) Low-Calorie Gajar Halwa
Ahh, Gajar Halwa. What a wonderful dessert. Unfortunately, the sheer amount of ghee and koya that goes into this sinful dessert makes it a health risk. Not to worry, though. We aren’t here to tell you why you can’t eat it, but rather offer a healthier recipe with all of the same, luxurious taste.
tarladalal.com has come out with this Low-Calorie version of the beloved Gajar Halwa to ensure you never have to think twice about eating it. Here is a link to the recipe which is just 109kcal and 4.8gms of fat per serving: https://bit.ly/2txMbgw