5 Cheat Meals That Don’t Hinder Your Weight Loss Plans
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Weight reduction is one of the most difficult aspects of anyone's life, and it is a life-changing decision that many individuals strive for. Choosing to lose weight is not difficult, but resisting those unwelcome urges is what hinders a person from doing so. What if we told you there are some delectable foods you can create for yourself while still losing weight? These are protein-rich dishes that can help you battle cravings while keeping you full for a long period. These cheat meals can help you fulfil your hunger pangs while also assisting you in losing 4-5 kgs every month.

1. Low-Fat Tawa Pakoda

About 22.3 gms of protein make up this delicious pakoda.


    Besan- 1 cup

    Salt- 1 tsp

    Red paprika- 1 tsp

    Ajwain powder- 1 tsp

    Turmeric powder- 1 tsp

    Green chillies- 2

    Onion- 1 small

    Water, as per desired consistency

    Desi ghee- 1 tsp


1. Peel and cut a medium-sized onion into thin slices.

2. Place the besan in a bowl and season with salt, red paprika, ajwain, and turmeric powder. Add two finely chopped green chilies as well. With a spoon, stir it.

3. Next, add the onion slices and begin thoroughly combining the ingredients with your hands to make the pakoda batter.

4. Next, spread some ghee over a tawa that has been heated over a medium temperature.

5. Use the pakoda batter to form little tikkis or balls, and begin laying them out one by one on the hot tawa. To finish roasting the pakodas, turn them over.

6. Your low-fat, healthy pakodas are prepared! Put some homemade mint-coriander chutney on top of them.

2. Sprouts Tikki Chaat

This meal contains approximately 35.5 gms of protein.


    Moong sprouts - 1/2 bowl

    Channa sprouts - 1/2 bowl

    Besan - one and a half bowl

    Flax seeds powder - 1/2 tsp

    Hing - pinch

    Buna jeera - half tsp

    Kitchen king - half tsp

    Green chilly -2

    Ginger - 1/4

    Some coriander leaves

    Aam chur masala- as per taste

    Sesame seeds- to garnish

For Mixture of Meethi Dahi

    Grated apple - 1/2

    Bhuna jeera - 1/2 tsp

    Black salt to taste


1.    Blend chana and moong sprouts together.

2.    Mix the besan in with the other ingredients.

3.    Make small spherical balls out of the mixture and then flatten them out. You might garnish the tikki with some sesame seeds as well.

4.    Put some ghee on top of the pan and place it over a medium flame. The tikkis should get golden brown.

5.    the mithi dahi mixture to decorate them.

6.    Add some green chutney, beets, and ginger that have been grated. Add some anar seeds as well.

3. Banana Walnut Brownie

About 25.3 gms of protein can be found in this brownie.


    Rolled oats- 1/2 cup (60 g)

    White butter- 30 g

    Banana- 3

    1/2 teaspoon of baking powder

    1 tablespoon of unsweetened cocoa powder

    Eggs- 2

    Vanilla essence - 1 tsp

    Chopped walnuts - 36 g


1.    Take two medium-sized bananas and mash them with a fork in a big glass basin.

2.    When it is thoroughly mashed, stir in two raw eggs. The mixture should be thoroughly whisked until it has a smooth, lump-free consistency.

3.    Rolling oats are now added to the mixture. Combine once more.

4.    Melt white unsalted butter and stir it into the mixture.

5.    Additionally, add baking soda to it to aid in the brownie's rise. Add some vanilla essence as well.

6.    Cocoa powder should then be added to the mixture. Blend everything thoroughly. Increase the amount of cocoa powder in your brownie to make it more chocolaty.

7.    Let's begin with the baking procedure.

8.    Pick up a baking dish or tray that is the desired shape. Grease the bottom of it or line it with parchment paper.

9.    Using a spatula, evenly distribute the brownie mixture on the baking sheet at this point.

10.    Add some walnuts that have been coarsely chopped on top.

11.    For the next 10 minutes, preheat the oven to 180° Celsius.

12.    Place the baking tray in the oven and set the temperature to 180 degrees Celsius for 30 minutes.

13.    Take the baking sheet out of the oven after 30 minutes, let it cool, then carefully remove the brownie from the pan.

4. Moonglet

About 34.9 gms of protein are present in this recipe.


    1 cup moong dal (250 g)

    1 chopped green chilli

    1 chopped tomato

    1/2 carrots, thinly sliced or chopped

    1/2 tbsp powder of flax seeds

    1 chopped capsicum

    1/2 tbsp ghee

    ¼ tsp asafoetida

    salt as needed

    Add vegetables of your choice


1.    Moong dal should soak all night. The following day, blend without adding water to a gritty paste.

2.    Mix the salt, chopped vegetables, and batter thoroughly. Add some ground flaxseeds, heeng, and black pepper as well. To create a light batter, combine everything.

3.    Ghee is heated in a heavy-bottomed pan in large quantities.

4.    To produce a thick (pancake/chilla), pour the batter into two ladles.

5.    Cook patiently while covered to produce a golden crust.

6.    Then carefully flip it over and cook the other side. Divide the chilla into 4 pieces using a spatula, then spread ghee on each portion as needed.

5. Egg Tikka

This delectable dish has roughly 25.2 g of protein.


    Flax seeds powder - 2tsp

    Kitchen king masala - 1tsp

    Chia seeds - 1tsp

    Red chilli powder - 1 tsp

    Salt - 1tsp

    Chaat masala- 1/2 teaspoon

    1/2 cup of water

    Boiled eggs - 5

    Olive oil - 1/2 tsp


1.    5 eggs should be boiled for 10 to 15 minutes.

2.    Combine all the masalas and some water. Create a thick texture.

3.    Once the pan is hot, add 1/2 teaspoon of olive oil.

4.    Then carefully submerge each boiled egg in the batter before placing it on the pan.

5.    Allow it to cook well before serving it hot. You may also add some chaat masala and pickled onion.