Oct 28, 2023, 09:33 PM IST
Chakli is a staple food in Indian households during Diwali. However, you can ditch the fried chakli for the baked ragi chakli which is also gluten-free.
You can replace the traditionally fried namak para with the baked version. Baking helps cut off calories associated with frying.
It's impossible to imagine Diwali without laddoos. You can try the ragi coconut laddoos which are loaded with protein and fibre, and sweeten them with jaggery.
Dip almonds in liquid jaggery, coat them with almond oil and spices and bake. This delicious festive snack requires only a few minutes to prepare.
Poha Chivda is a simple yet nutritious festive namkeen, made with a minimal amount of oil, peanuts, curry leaves, spices, chana dal, and coconut.
You can replace maida with whole wheat to prepare papdi. You can also switch to ghee for making the whole wheat papdi.