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Sugarless Indian Sweets

Dr. Shweta U. Shah

Dr. Shweta U. Shah
27 April 2020

This article is authored by Dr. Shweta U. Shah. A practicing homeopath, she follows a patient-centred perspective, emphasizing the benefits of natural remedies and herbs, homeopathy and whole food nutrition.

There's absolutely no reason to skip dessert when you're trying to cut back on sugar. All you need is a great sugar-free dessert recipe.From succulentmalpuas and halwas to lusciousfaloodas, even an icecream, these fabulous recipes are sure to make you happy! They leave out the white sugar and depend on natural sugar substitutes to give them a sweet, decadent taste.

While it is very important for diabetics to control their diet to help maintain a normal blood glucose profile, you don’t need to feel on the wrong side of the law at the thought of desserts!It’s a good idea to add a low cal sweetener to your desserts when you hanker for sugary treats. Tata NX Zero Sugar is an excellent option; it is completely natural and is made from stevia and lactose. It has a low glycaemic index and is ideal for diabetics, the health-conscious and the weight-watchers.

Sugarless dessert recipes that don’t skimp on flavour!

Check out these awesome dessert recipes which will help you kiss sugar goodbye, and say hello to flavour instead!

Oats rabdi:Delectable and rich, this rabdi is sweetened with stevia, and will hit the right spot as your after-dinner dessert. The healthy version of the rabdican be made from nutrient-packed oats, low fat milk, stevia and almonds that give it a wonderful flavour.

    • Anjeer and almond ice cream: Eat Breakfast Like most no-sugar recipes, this ice creamsubstitutesrefined sugar with an artificial sweetener. A very Indianised ice cream, this one’s utterly delicious and is sure to be a family favourite. Anjeer (fig) imparts a natural sweetness, so you need very little stevia to enhance the taste. It is also chockfull of fibre and the roasted and slivered almonds make the ice cream absolutely delightful.
    • Date and apple kheer:You arejust 3 ingredients and 15 minutes away from a yummy little treat! The date is the star of this recipe, which contains natural sugars, and no extra white sugar is added. The dates lend the dish a depth of flavor that white sugar could never compete with. Appease your sweet tooth without having a sugar crash later in the day.
    • Soy and chocolate malpua:Sink your teeth in to these moist, decadent malpuas drizzled with a sugar-free chocolate sauce! These soy-packed malpuas are the fitting end to your fabulous dinner! Made from whole wheat, soy, and dark chocolate sauce, you can indulge in them whole-heartedly without feeling any anxiety or pangs of guilt!
    • Grapes sorbet:The base of this sorbet is grapes which is a nutrition powerhouse and super sweet naturally.They are also exceedingly energizing. Blend together green grapes and some zingy lime juice. A dash of ginger juice gives it a nice zest! Freeze and enjoy the refreshing coolness!
    • Walnut and chocolate ladoos: These luscious chocolate ladoos are an innovative way to make our traditional dish. Chocolate, coffee and walnuts come together beautifully in this decadent dessert.Fantastic indulgence!
    • Rose falooda:This vintage dessert is straightforward and fairly easy to put together. An all-time favorite, the falooda is made from low-fat milk ice creamand garden watercress seeds which are rich in iron. Blend the rose petals in milk and freeze to make this incredible dessert. When served in pretty martini glasses, the falooda is the ultimate dessert that is sure to amaze your guests!

Try these sugarless desserts to ensure that everyone at your feast has something sweet to look forward to! Let us know your ideas for sugarless desserts in the comments below.



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