With holi right around the corner, many of you may be worried about the excess calories that you’ll have to indulge in. But how would it be if you could eat all the festive delicacies minus the calories!
Yes, you heard that right. We have some mouth-watering alternatives for you this Holi, to make this one happy and healthy!
1. Baked Gujiya
Now who would like to celebrate holi without gujiyas! Guys its a must to gulp on this bundle of sweetness. Isn’t it? This recipe by Chef Sayantika Roy is made from whole wheat and semolina dough, stuffed with almonds and raisins. Finally baked and dipped in honey.
Another must-have on Holi are the chaats! As most of us have a soft corner for chaat, lets eat this one with all our heart as it is a healthy one. Sanjeev Kapoor prepares this healthier alternative of the otherwise fried Dahi Vada, which makes it a must try.
3. Ragi Malpua
As you know that all the recipes on this list are going to be healthy, then how can the Malpua be left behind. Rather than the traditional recipe for malpua that uses refined flour. This recipe uses ragi flour, atta and oats, making it wholesome and guilt free.
4. Aam Panna
Aam Panna is an age-old summer cooler that everyone loves to have. It is slightly sour and sweet in taste. Rich in Vitamin C and iron, it is definitely great for your health and body. If not this then you can try the evergreen Jal Jeera.
Baked Kachori! Yes you’ve heard that right, even this super-rich street food has a healthy cousin! Enjoy making, baking and eating this fun street food, the guilt free way.
6. Chana Chaat
This black chana chaat is rich of flavors and nutrition and is an innovative way to get that nutrition in your kids’ mouth. You can make it spicy or tangy, whichever way that you may like following this easy recipe.
7. Carrot-beetroot Kanji
The last drink on our Holi menu is the carrot and beetroot kanji. Though not all may be in favor of its flavors but this drink is an absolute bundle of joy and happiness. With the richness of carrots and goodness of beetroot, you must have this drink, this Holi.
Relish these drinks and delicacies on the festival of colors and keep all those calories at bay!