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Healthy Menu: Low Fat Recipes; Food for Dieters


Diet Food: Low Fat Recipes for Dieters, Weight Watchers

A shout out to dieters, weight watchers! When on diet, some of you feel like "falling off the mountain into a ditch." Perhaps eating is one of the most essential activities of your day, and you do not want your food to be bland, isn't it? Worry not.

Here we have come up with diet food recipes that are bursting with flavors from healthy spices, herbs and custom made just for you.

Eat in moderation and exercise daily, and you will never have to worry about being on a diet.

I have never used artificial colors, preservatives, nor flavoring agents for my recipes. I even tend to avoid tutty fruity, which is loaded with sugar. Better to make it at home though. I wish to look for a natural alternative to baking powder as well, which causes severe allergic reactions in many people. Alternatively, you will never even find margarine in any of my preparations. I research a lot and make sure nothing unhealthy goes in. Moreover, I always prefer substituting butter with a blend of homemade desi ghee and vegetable oil/olive oil. These days I prefer using almond butter, which is an even healthier alternative for baking - healthier than peanut butter. Substituting sugar wtih jaggery is certainly a healthier alternative, as it slowly raises blood sugar levels, compared to refined sugar, which causes blood sugar spikes.

. I am on a healthy cooking journey - rather, I should say, I prefer alternative medicine from nature's pharmacy, instead of allopathic or Western medicine. Always make healthier choices and you should be on your way to a healthy living. Not to forget the importance of regular exercise. 

Nevertheless here are a few tried-n-tested low fat recipes that are rich in fiber and can help your weight loss goals. If you are trying to manage weight, these diet recipes can come in handy. 





Looking for low fat recipes? Do you want to stay fit while eating right? Well, what is right and what is wrong when it comes to planning a healthy menu?

Deciding food for dietersis no difficult task. To me, a healthy body can be achieved by eating right and burning the extra calories. 

At least, this is my daily regimen for a healthy me! What about you?
In my pursuit to stay healthy, I make healthy meal plans. This includes snacks and cookies as well. After all, I am a cookie lover and need at least one cookie as an accompaniment with my hot cup of tea. 
Hubby is different. He needs some form of evening snack - so I often try experimenting with food to make it little healthier. This includes low fat recipes.

I do not claim I make superfoods, but certainly most of my Indian food recipes qualify for weight loss. This includes healthy oatmeal cookies and snacks that can be savored as foods for dieters.

How?

Well, most of my healthy snacks use a good amount of oatmeal and whole grains and low amount of fat.

Doesn't that make a healthy combo?

Indeed it does!

Now you might ask if condensed milk qualifies for a weight loss recipe. My only argument is it does not, but if you mix and match it with fiber and grains, it does give you a healthier treat - at least healthier than the market junk.

As I say, this is my healthy eating collection that has kept me healthy and in shape all these years. Additionally, I always make sure I go for a morning walk and drink loads of water every day.

Here's my small healthy menu comprising some items of Indian food for weight
 loss, foods for dieters, healthy cookies, and low fat recipes.

     
superfoods: idli chutney
oatmeal cookies: olive oil digestives
Healthy cookies:Power-packed digestives
Mcvities digestives
Diet cookies
Indian food for weight loss: diet cookies 2
nutrichoice digestives
10-minute hotel-style sambar

radish sambar

radish chutney

ginger chutney

amla chutney

lauki chutney
raw mango chutney

radish recipe
no oil recipe: mango oats peda
no fat recipe: 2-ingredient nana ice cream


No fat recipes: diet snack
besan crackers

diet food: baked sev 








fat free recipes: kitchdi idli



diet jeera cookies

buttermilk biscuits




2-ingredient nana icecream

almond butter cookies for dieters

low fat badam burfi

almond butter kulfi low fat recipe

food for dieters almond ladoo

oatmeal kulfi

oats almond ladoo food for weight loss

no fat recipe: moong dal burfi

steamed moong ladoo

2-ingredient pista badam ladoo
no oil moong dal vada indian food for weight loss







suji vermicelli upma: Indian diet food




no fat granola oatmeal bars

low fat recipes moong dal burfi
low fat recipe: almond butter cookies with oatmeal

diet crackers

how to cook cracked wheat for weight loss; dalia pulav/porridge

vermicelli pulav: food for weight loss

no sugar besan ladoo recipe for dieters

10-minute ladoo recipe for dieters



til ladoo for weight loss


ragi crackers





Atta oats crackers 

baked whole wheat mathri
oatmeal wheat crackers with sesame seeds


papaya burfi low fat recipe

low fat recipes: dalia idli toast 
superfood: dalia suji idli
oats recipes:dhokla/handvo
diet snacks: oatmeal khakra

fat burning recipes: dalia idli
steamed lauki bhajja poriyal low fat recipe

low fat recipes: oats idli
sprouted methi aloo bhaja

sprouted methi lauki bhaja Indian food for weight loss
vermicelli pulav food for weight loss

vermiceli idli food for weight loss
mix veg parantha
steamed methi chops low fat recipe

vermiceli noodles
low fat recipes baked chakuli 
bhaja santula food for dieters
dalma superfoods
3-minute no oil mug cake
dhokla no fat recipe
dal palak mom style
broccoli saag
multigrain veg kebab
low fat poi saag Bengali recipe
suji momos no fat recipe


suji kachori foods for dieters
suji cutlets with vermicelli filling
superfoods: ragi oats idli

masur dal sticks/crackers






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