Want to stay healthy without compromising on taste? These super-quick delights made with nuts and dried fruits are your best bet. Plus, these oh-so-simple bites are bursting with crunch and goodness!
Dried fruits and nuts are a must in every diet, as they are rich in nutrients and come loaded with proteins, fibres, antioxidants and healthy fats.
But what if your child is not a fan? Worry not, the recipes mentioned below are not only healthy but also very tasty, and we have a strong feeling that both you and your child will relish them!
If your child cringes at the sight of dates, fret not. These exciting dates and nuts rolls that are also rich in vitamins, iron, calcium and minerals, are bound to spike his interest.
Raisins are a wonderfully juicy source of energy and carbohydrates. This burfi made from raisins and nuts, bursts with nutrients and energy. Colourful, healthy and tasty, your little one won't find it easy to resist this delicious sweet!
For the filling
Cashews are a powerhouse of proteins and vitamins. Health and fun come together, packing a punch into this colourful, flowery, cashew delicacy.
Make it a habit to include dried fruits and nuts regularly in your everyday diet. From improving haemoglobin levels and preventing anaemia, to maintaining cholesterol levels and keeping heart disease at bay, dried fruits and nuts are a great source of healthy living.
Parandhaman is a chef by profession
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