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Low Cholesterol Desserts recipes
Last Updated : Nov 06,2018
Sweets and desserts are happy ending which each one of us crave at certain times though not every day. However these are often loaded with sugar, cream, ghee or butter. This section is a step ahead to create an array of heart friendly sweets and desserts devoid of these ingredients. Instead wholesome ingredients like low fat milk, low fat custard, walnuts, small quantities of sugar and fruits find their place in this section.
Apple Crumble, Apricot Stew with Vanilla Custard, Healthy Sheera, Lauki ki Kheer etc are some of the healthier variants of traditional recipes. A small serving of these can be enjoyed at occasions and festivals. These will lend some fiber by way of fruits while keeping a check on your cholesterol levels so as to keep your heart strong.
Since small quantities of sugar has been used to make these recipes, pampering your taste buds with these treats occasionally is very crucial.
Apricot Stew with Vanilla Custard by Tarla Dalal
Warm, smooth, stewed apricots, topped with low-fat chilled custard and garnished with heart-friendly walnuts, this mouth-watering dessert is one of the best treats that a person with hyper cholesterol levels can enjoy.
Apricots, with their naturally rich flavour and texture get all the more en ....
Black Jamun Ice - Cream by Tarla Dalal
The enzyme 'jamboline' present in black jamun is considered to be a boon for diabetics. That makes this rich and creamy Black Jamun Ice-cream that is made with low-fat milk sweetened with sugar substitute and thickened with 2 tbsp of cornflour instead of fattening cream..a lovely treat for the diabe ....
01 Feb 16
Lauki ki Kheer, Doodhi Kheer Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Who does not like to dig into kheer
, the all-time favourite desi dessert! But, if that lovely treat has left back a stain of guilt in your heart, then perhaps you can try this kheer with a difference! A reasonably healthy way to satisfy your sweet ....
23 Aug 11
Date and Walnut Balls by Tarla Dalal
Ever yearned for a mithai that is fuss-free yet irresistibly tasty? Well, here is your wish come true. All it takes to make these Date and Walnut Balls is chop, mix and shape, yet it is so good. Thanks to sweet and sticky dates, this sweet requires no sugar, which means it is not too high on calorie ....
Fruits in Pineapple Juice by Tarla Dalal
Eating a fresh fruit salad steeped in fruit juice can be wonderful dessert idea. Do not peel the apples to retain the soluble fibre (pectin) that lies just beneath the skin and helps to remove bad cholesterol from the body.
16 Jul 18
Apple Crumble by Tarla Dalal
Apple Crumble... that’s a delicacy our hearts would crumble at the sight of. The fruity aroma of stewed apples together with the intense aroma of cinnamon makes one feel giddy with delight. If this indulgence has been banned from your menu, as it is laden with refined flour, butter, sugar and other ....
Soya Date Cookies by Tarla Dalal
So simple, yet so delicious!! Cookies made with healthy ingredients like soya flour and dates are simply irresistible. The soya helps to decrease bad cholesterol (LDL) level is the body while the dates act as a healthy substitute for sugar. Enjoy these guilt free goodies any time of the day.
Pears with Low Fat Custard by Tarla Dalal
A healthier version of the all time favourite comfort food - custard. Made here with low fat milk and served with stewed pears.
Sevaiiyan, Sevaiiyan Kheer, Low Fat Sevaiiyan Kheer by Tarla Dalal
If you have a sweet tooth and crave for desserts after a meal, here's a fast and quick option that you will truly relish. A healthier variant of the traditional recipes, this Low-Fat Sevaiiyan Kheer does away with the use of full-fat milk, condensed milk and dry fruits. Even without these rich ingre ....
Healthy Sheera by Tarla Dalal
Satisfy your sweet tooth occasionally without compromising your health with this low fat version of an all time favourite Indian dessert. Walnuts and almonds contain MUFA and antioxidants that protect our heart from free radical damage and help to lower LDL.
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