Raspberry Cake

PREP: 10 MINS
COOK: 30MINS
LEVEL: EASY
SERVES: 5 PEOPLE

Ingredients:

-100 grams coconut flour

-50 grams frozen raspberries

-2 Eggs (farm raised, free range)

-25 grams Erythritol

-1 tsp baking powder (Aluminium free)

-1tbsp butter (organic, unsalted)

-1 tso Vanilla extract

-50 ml coconut milk (preservative and stabilizer free)

Directions:

Step 1

Mix allthe ingredients and make a thick batter.

Step 2

Grease a glass or silicon cake tin with butter/ghee

Step 3

Pour the batter and bake at 180 C for 30 minutes.

Health Benefits:

This recipe is a healthy and tasty cak whih is low in carbohydrates. Lowering carbohydrates from the diet for a short span can help in reducing weight.



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Dry Fruit Roll

PREP: 10 MINS
COOK: 15 MINS
LEVEL: EASY
SERVES: 3 PEOPLE

Ingredients:

-50 grams dry figs

-50 grams dates

-20 grams cashews

-20 grams almonds

-10 grams pistachios

-10 grams raisins

-10 grams poppy seeds

-2 to 3 cardamom pods 

Directions:

Step 1

Blend figs and dates in a mixer into a fine paste. Mix it well with chopped nuts and powdered cardamom.

Step 2

Roll into a 1/2 inch thich cyclinder.

Step 3

Chop into thin slices and your dry fruit rolls are ready!

Health Benefits:

This is an excellent energy dense recipe which is also a powerhouse of micronutrients like iron, zinc, magnesium, etc. They can aslo help in gaining healthy weight. However, one should not overeat them.



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Gluten free rawa ladoos

PREP: 10 MINS
COOK: 15 MINS
LEVEL: EASY
SERVES: 2 PEOPLE

Ingredients:

-50 grams organic jowar

-5 to 6 kimia dates

Directions:

Step 1

Dry roast jowar in a pan on low flame and stir continuously so that there is even roasting and browning.

Step 2

Roast till the colour changes and you get a nutty aroma.

Step 3

Grind the jowar in a mixer to get coarse rawa. Do not grind into a flour.

Step 4

Deseed dates and make a paste of it, mix with flour and knead well. 

Take a small portion and shape into ladoos.

Health Benefits:

Rawa contains gluten and should be avoided. Jowar is a millet which has nutritional properties and can be used as an alternative to gluten. Dates impart natural sweetness and are rich sources of iron and fibre.



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Besan ladoo

PREP: 10 MINS
COOK: 15 MINS
LEVEL: EASY
SERVES: 6 PEOPLE

Ingredients:

-50 grams organic besan flour

-5 tsp organic and raw honey

Directions:

Step 1

Dry roast besan in a pan on low flame and stir continuously so that there is even roasting and browning.

Step 2

Roast until the colour changes and you get a nutty aroma.

Step 3

Mix roasted flour with honey and knead well.

Step 4

Take small portions and shape into ladoos. Serve fresh.

Health Benefits:

This recipe is a protein rich, kid friendly dessert. Raw, organic honey is a natural sweetener and a good substitute to the white refined sugar.



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Ragi Ladoos

PREP: 10 MINS
COOK: 15 MINS
LEVEL: EASY
SERVES: 2 PEOPLE

Ingredients:

-50 grams organic ragi flour

-5 kimia dates

Directions:

Step 1

Dry roast ragi flour in a pan on a low flame and stir continuously so that there is even roasting and browning.

Step 2

Roast till the colour changes and you get a nutty aroma.

Step 3

Deseed the dates and make a paste out of it. Mix roasted flour with date paste and knead well.

Step 4

Take small portions and shape into ladoos and store or serve them fresh.

Health Benefits:

This recipe is a healthy dessert snack. Ragi is a rich source of calcium and dates are excellent natural sweeteners which are nutritionally rich in iron and fibre. It is also a good kid-friendly snack option.



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Karanji/ Gujia

PREP: 10 MINS
COOK: 25 MINS
LEVEL: EASY
SERVES: 2 PEOPLE

Ingredients:

-50 grams organic oats flour

-50 grams organic quinoa flour

-15 grams tapioca flour

-1 pinch salt

-Water (to make dough)

For filling

-20 grams freshly grated coconut

-10 kimia dates

-1/2 tsp cardamom and nutmeg powder

-1 pinch salt

Directions:

Step 1

Mix the flours with salt. Add water and knead a stiff and thick dough. Rest it for 5 minutes.

Step 2

In the meanwhile prepare the filling. Mix deseeded, chopped kimia dates with fresh coconut and add a pinch of salt. You can sautee this mixture in a pan for 5 minutes if you prefer a roasted coconut flour.

Step 3

Divide the dough into emall equal balls. Roll each ball into a small poor. Place 1 tbsp of filling in the center of the poor. Fold it over so that is resembles a gujia/ karanji shape. Apply water to seal the edge and cut the extra dough using a cutter.

Step 4

Preheat oven for 5 minutes at 180 degrees. Bake the karanjis for 20 minutes at 180 degrees. Turn them over once for even baking.

Health Benefits:

This recipe is a healthier version of a famous festive sweet. Refined wheat flour contianing gluten is replaced with organic oats and quinoa flour. Date paste imprts natural sweetness and it also has nutritional benefits, as being a rich source of Iron as well as fiber. Also baking cuts down the use of almost all the fat involved in the making. Cooking oil has been found to cause Insulin resistance and diabetes.



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Sweet Shakkarpara

PREP: 10 MINS
COOK: 25 MINS
LEVEL: EASY
SERVES: 2 PEOPLE

Ingredients:

-50 grams organic oats flour

-50 grams organic quinoa flour

-15 grams tapioca starch

-10 kimia dates (made into a paste)

-1 pinch cardamom powder

-1 pinch nutmeg powder

-1 pinch salt

-Water (to make dough)

Directions:

Step 1

Mix flours with salt, cardamom and nutmeg powder. Add dates paste and knead to form a stiff dough. Add water if needed. Rest it for 5 minutes.

Step 2

Roll the dough into a 1/2 inch tortilla/ roti.

Step 3

Using shakkarpara cutter, cut it into diamond shapes.

Step 4

Preheat the oven for 5 minutes at 180degrees. Bake the shakkarpara for 20 minutes at 180 degrees. Turn them over once to ensure they cook evenly and are crisp.

Health Benefits:

This recipe is a healthier version of a famous festive sweet. Refined wheat flour contianing gluten is replaced with organic oats and quinoa flour. Date paste imprts natural sweetness and it also has nutritional benefits, as being a rich source of Iron as well as fiber. Also baking cuts down the use of almost all the fat involved in the making. Cooking oil has been found to cause Insulin resistance and diabetes.



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Gulab Jamun

PREP: 10 MINS
COOK: 40 MINS
LEVEL: EASY
SERVES: 3-4 PEOPLE

Ingredients:

-100 grams sweet potato

-10 grams oats flour

-50 grams kimia dates

-1 pinch nutmeg

-1 pinch cardamom

-50 ml raw organic honey

-1 pinch agar agar

-Chopped nuts (as per choice) 

Directions:

Step 1

Steam/cook sweet potato. Peel and mash them. Add oats flour and purred dates. Knead into a dough.

Step 2

Roll into small balls and bake for 40 minutes at 180 degrees. Turn over every 10 minutes.

Step 3 (For syrup)

Boil water and ass a pinch of agar agar to it. Boil for 10 minutes. Once coole, add honey, cardamom, nutmeg and saffron strands.

Step 4

Now add baked gulab jamun balls to the syrup and refrigerate. Serve cool.

Health Benefits:

This recipe is a heathlier version of a popular Indian sweet. Refined wheat flour contianing gluten is replaced with organic oats flour. Sweet potatoes and dates are added to get the desired consistency for the balls. Sugar syrup is made using honey and agar agar for the thickness, alternatively for white sugar.



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Sitafal Basundi

PREP: 10 MINS
COOK: 20 MINS
LEVEL: EASY
SERVES: 1 PEOPLE

Ingredients:

-30 grams steel cut organic oats

-1 custard apple

-4 tablespoons raw, organic honey

-1 pinch cardamom powder

-100 ml water

-Chopped nuts (as per choice)

Directions:

Step 1

Soak organic steel cut oats for 2-3 hours. Grind with little water and strain 2-3 times adding water. You would get about 150 ml of oat milk.

Step 2

Heat oat milk on low flame and bring it boil while stirring continously. Add water as per needed consistency. Turn off the flame and let it cool.

Step 3

Add raw, organic honey, nuts, custard apple pulp and refigerate for 30 minutes. Serve cool.

Health Benefits:

Oat milk is a good alternative for the usual dairy milk whih can cause inflammation and gastrointestinal problems. Raw, organic honey is also a great substitute to white sugar. Custard apple is a good calorie and nutrient dense addition to the recipe.



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