These 5 snacks are healthy and perfect for Navratri
5-minute snacks: Pineapple raita or yogurt with nuts and raisins
Raita, which won’t take more than five minutes to prepare, adds zing to any meal.
For pineapple raita, all you need is the fruit (chopped), a sprinkle of spices and that’s it.
And it’s also gluten-free.
Yogurt mixed with nuts and raisins is another easy-to-make healthy snack for Navratri. This healthy fusion will give a nutritional bang to your calorie buck.
Don’t like Arbi? Grilled Arbi cutlet might change your opinion
Arbi is a hit-and-miss among many. You might have evaded it when it must have been served on the dinner table.
But have a little faith this time and try Grilled Arbi cutlet and Dahi waali Arbi.
Arbi-filled dishes are not only popular Navratri snacks but the fiber-rich Arbi helps improve your digestive system (much needed for Navratri), and gives you excellent skin.
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There’s no match for Makhane ki kheer for Navratri desserts
When it comes to desserts during Navratri, you can’t find anything better than Makhane ki kheer.
The fast-friendly dish is not only delicious but is also a healthy treat.
Makhana or lotus seeds is an excellent source of protein, carbohydrates, fiber, and minerals.
It’s also great for people with high blood pressure and diabetes.
So folks, go make it a healthy Navratri this year.