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No Milk, No Cream, No Sugar Pistachio Kulfi: A Quick Dessert Recipe


If you are looking for a creamy delight sans dairy or fats, then this is a must try pistachio kulfi recipe. Just 3 key ingredients and you get this yummy creamy, pista kulfi. Try this for a guilt-free healthy dessert, which will soon become a regular in your home.

pistachio kulfi

You love desserts like anybody else. Same is the case with me. I love cookies and desserts, but what keeps you from savoring these sweet delights keeps me away from them too. But not any longer, because I have come closer to unraveling the mystery behind a healthy guilt free dessert.

Of course, you will find many more guilt-free recipes here, for you are a health freak and are being hosted on this page by a health conscious person.This surely gives you reasons to smile.

You want kids to eat healthy, now that you have made up your mind to go the healthy way, which is the best way to live a long, fulfilling, happy, and disease-free life.

So what will you call an Indian ice cream recipe that uses no milk, no cream, and no sugar?

Sounds too good to be true?

pista badam kulfi
Well, I have shared a few guilt free healthy kulfi recipes that you can indulge in occasionally.Trust me, these are certainly yummy treats that use only healthy ingredients.

My Pistachio kulfi uses no milk or dairy, which makes it a vegan treat. However, I have used honey, so you may substitute it with a vegan sweetener instead to make it a completely vegan dessert, because this will become one vegan kulfi recipe that you want to try out again and again.

This pista kulfi recipe uses no sugar, but this dessert is surely not for diabetics, for I have used honey to take care of the sweet part.Of course, for once in a while indulgence, you may give it a try for your diabetic loved ones. But I will still not recommend it for diabetics.

Then this Indian pistachio ice cream uses fiber-rich oats, which not only raises its health quotient, but also makes this kulfi creamy, luscious, and milky.

Sounds interesting na?

If you are trying out oats for the first time, then you must be wondering how to make oatmeal delicious.

Try out this easiest kulfi recipe, which requires no heating, no boiling, no churning. Just gather the ingredients, mix them with hands, and you are done!

Perhaps this Indian kulfi recipe is so easy.

If you have sudden guests at home in the morning, this healthy dessert can be ready by noon for the lunch time. Trust me, nobody can guess the ingredients until you reveal it to them.

vegan kulfi with pistachio
Better still, keep the pistachio kulfi recipe a secret until you start to get accolades for the same.

Enough of self praise, but yes, I am too glad this kulfi recipe is a hit at my place. Yummy!! My mouth is again watering at the mere thought of this guilt-free treat!

Without further ado, sharing the kulfi recipe below.

pista kulfi dessert

Do you have oats at home?
Is there some fresh scrapped coconut in your refrigerator?
You are almost certain to have honey on your counter shelf.
Your love for pistachio kulfi tells me yu have stocked these healthy nuts at home.

Voila! YOU NEED NOTHING ELSE FOR THIS Yummy, guilt-free, pistachio kulfi ,  which makes a perfect weight loss recipe.

Let's see how to prepare this oatmeal kulfi with pistachio butter. Hey yes, I will share the recipe for homemade pistachio butter with you all.


Serves: 2

Ingredients
2 tbsp - oatmeal (powdered oats)
2-3 tbsp- water (or little more to soak oats overnight in winters - in summers, just soak for 1 hour until the water is completely absorbed)
2 tbsp- pistachio butter (click here for pista butter recipe)
1-2 tsp- honey (depending on your sweet tooth) --for avegan dessert recipe, replace honey with sugar/agave nectar/
2 tbsp- fresh coconut (if you do not have coconut, just replace it with an equal amount of pista butter ...the kulfi will taste yummy still)
Pista, almond, walnut flakes (take any)
In the video, I have halved the ingredients. This pista kulfi recipe is very simple, so you can double the amount of each ingredient, depending on the number of people.
With this amount, I could make 2  pista kulfis in a normal kulfi mould.

How to make oatmeal delicious: Vegan Dessert - A Weight Loss Recipe


Grind oats to powder.
Mix with water. We need enough water to mix and soak oatmeal overnight.
This will ensure that oats soak all the moisture and turn creamy. Soaking helps in better absorption of oats in the body.
Next morning, take the oatmeal-water mixture.
Add fresh scrapped coconut.
Mix well.
Next add pistachio butter. You may use a grinder/processor to mix everything well. I have done it with hands.
Now add honey and mix again.
Your kulfi mix is ready.
All you need to do next is to pour it into kulfi moulds and garnish with slivered flakes of dry nuts of your choice.
Freeze for 5-6 hours.
Enjoy this pistachio kulfi -a quick dessert - guilt free.

Here are more guilt free treats:
2-ingredient Banana ice cream 
2-ingredient banana kulfi


no milk, no cream mango kulfi

mango oatmeal kulfi

almond butter kulfi

milk oatmeal kulfi

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