Celebrating Diwali in a grandeur way is quite common in India. But now indulging in sweets won't make you feel guilty. You can indulge in these while being conscious of your health.
Diwali is a celebration when people indulge in various sweets and snacks. Enjoy these healthy mithai recipes by Sai Foods by PraNam to make your Diwali experience wholesome.
1. Dryfruit Coconut Roll
|Kaju/cashew powder||1/4 cup|
|Fresh coconut||1/2 cup|
|Jaggery powder||1/4 cup|
|Condensed milk||1/4 cup|
|Dessicated coconut||1/4 cup|
- Soak a few strands of kesar in a little warm milk (1-2 tbsp) and keep it aside.
- Chop and blend 1/2 cup fresh coconut in a blender jar.
- Now heat 4 tbsp ghee in a kadhai and cook our blended coconut on low heat for 3-5 mins till it turns slightly brown.
- Add 1/4 cup of cashew (Kaju) powder and 1/4 cup desiccated coconut and continue cooking for 2 more mins.
- Then add 1/4 cup condensed milk & 1/4 cup jaggery powder to this and mix well till jaggery melts for a minute or two. Switch off the flame & let it Cool.
- Now add the kesar-soaked milk a few drops of rose extract/rose water/rose petals to the mixture and mix Well.
- And Then Shape them into medium-sized cylinders and coat them with Crushed Pistachios. And It's ready!
2. No Cook Dryfruit Ladoo
|Dessicated coconuts||1/4 cup|
|Black raisins||1/4 cup|
|Milk powder||1 tbsp|
|Condensed milk||1 tsp|
- Blend all the above-mentioned ingredients in a blender into a course mixture.
- Spread some ghee on your palms and just shape them in small ladoos.
And they are ready to serve in just no time!
- This can be stored for 8-10 days in an airtight container at room temperature. It can be stored for up to a month in the refrigerator. Just warm it up in microwave for a few seconds before serving if needed.
- You can alter the ingredients as per your choices just milk is not used here as then the life of ladoos will be shortened.
- This is also an energy booster for your body.
- You can also add fried gond to this while blending.