Holi 2024

Updated March 20th, 2024 at 21:20 IST

Holi Dishes That People Suffering From Diabetes Can Indulge In

Holi, the festival of colours and tasty delicacies, is around the corner. Here are some delicious dishes for the festival of colours that diabetics can enjoy.

1/7: The whole wheat nut cake comprises milk, wheat flour, sugar, butter. It doesn't need eggs. The recipe can be easily modified into vegan recipe by changing milk to soy milk or almond milk. / Image: yummytummyaarthi.com

2/7: These black wheat tartlets are gluten-free and rich in antioxidants. They are rich in fibre and have a moderate glycemic index. They are also loaded with minerals which can be enjoyed during Holi. / Image: litebite.in

3/7: Shaped like a half moon, the gujiya or pedakiya is filled with a sweet mixture of grated and roasted dried fruits, khoa, grated coconut, and a hint of suji to lend it a grainy texture./ Image: Freepik

4/7: These bite-sized cups are made from crispy tortilla shells and filled with a flavorful mixture of puffed rice, chopped vegetables, and tangy chutneys./ Image: indianhealthyrecipes

5/7: Healthy almond chocolate truffles are decadent, delicious and easy to make. The best part is they are sweetened with dates and naturally coated with melted dark chocolate, nuts, desiccated coconut./ Image: madhuseverydayindian

6/7: The most delicious and almost healthy for you chocolate cake, made with 100% whole wheat flour and no eggs. This cake is packed with chocolate and oranges flavour. / Image: loveandflourbypooja

7/7: Besan Chilla or Besan ka Cheela, one of the most favourite dish on Holi is known as a savory Indian pancake. It is prepared with gram flour (besan), onions, tomatoes, herbs and spices. / Image: indianhealthyrecipes

Published March 20th, 2024 at 21:20 IST