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Try These 6 Diabetic-Friendly Treats This Diwali

If you've been giving up your sweet tooth in order to keep your blood sugar levels under control, we've got some simple Diabetes-friendly treats that you can whip up in just a few minutes at home with a few basic ingredients.

Chintu Das
Apple Rabri
Apple Rabri

For those with high blood sugar, eating sugar-laden sweets is a no-no. With the festive season approaching, it's difficult to resist the urge to indulge in delectable Indian sweets.

However, if you've been giving up your sweet tooth in order to keep your blood sugar levels under control, we've got some simple Diabetes-friendly treats that you can whip up in just a few minutes at home with a few basic ingredients. 

Samvat Rice Phirni

Soak and finely crush samvat rice for this wonderful dish. Meanwhile, boil the milk and decrease it to half once it becomes creamy. Simply combine the rice, saffron threads, and crushed jaggery. To keep it sugar-free, you may also add stevia.

Apple Rabri

If you like creamy Rabri, try making this easy yet nutritious Rabri at home. Low-fat milk, apples, and dried fruits are used to make this dish. Boil and reduce the milk, then add the apples, cardamom powder, and dry fruits.

Anjeer Basundi

This classic milk delicacy takes only a few minutes to prepare. Simply boil some milk with cardamom powder, decrease by half, then add the soaked figs (anjeer). Cook until the mixture thickens and serve with a sprinkling of nuts.

Khajur Barfi

To prepare a healthy barfi, just boil low-fat milk until it is reduced to half its original volume, then add fresh dates paste, peanuts, and crushed almonds. Once the mixture has thickened into a dough, spoon it onto a greased plate, cut them out, and place them in the refrigerator.

Pista Kheer

Try this thick creamy kheer with pitted dates and pistachios if you like the crisp texture of pistachios. Simply heat up some milk, add fresh dates and pistachios, and serve chilled.

Apricot Halwa

Take a pan, add some ghee, dry roast almonds, and coconut, and set aside to make this wonderful halwa. After that, add the smooth apricot paste, coconut, nuts, saffron, and cardamom powder to the halwa.

Bottom Line:

So put on your chef's hat and get ready for the holidays!

Also check: Diabetic Diet Plan for Indians

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