Dried fruits have been a component of the Mediterranean diet for generations and have long been associated with Christmas and other festive occasions. Its good nutritional profile and long shelf-life make it a popular ingredient in meals. Traditional dried fruits sold these days include raisins, prunes, figs, apricots, and peaches, among others, while additional fruits are dehydrated and sold dry, sometimes with sweeteners infused for enhanced flavour. In this post, we'll show you how to make the most of these amazing delicacies by creating recipes that will just delight your taste senses.

Dry Fruit Ladoos

It's a healthy meal with no added sugar that's good for youngsters and serves as a pleasant mid-morning snack.

Dry fruit ladoo


Dry Fruit Chikki

Chikki is a popular Indian wintersweet that is enjoyed by both children and adults. There are numerous chikkis created with various nuts and ingredients; here is one that contains the goodness of almonds, peanuts, walnuts, and cashew nuts. This delectable delight will keep you coming back for more.

Dry fruit chikki


Anjeer Ke Kebab

Anjeer, a pear-shaped dry fruit, is a nutritional powerhouse packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Aside from that, it is an excellent element in a variety of delectable cuisines ranging from savoury to sweet. That is exactly what this kebab recipe demonstrates! Anjeer ke kebab is the perfect starter to a wonderful party, with the goodness of anjeer, hanging curd, paneer, and a slew of spices.



Kaju and Pista Roll

Serve these wonderful, sweet tiny rolls packed with dry fruits and adorned with a silver leaf at your next dinner party.

Kaju pista roll


Badam Ki Barfi

Isn't it true that Indian desserts aren't complete without a dash of rich dried fruits? A sprinkling of dried fruits, whether in halwa, ladoo, or barfi, simply adds a unique flavour. This sugar-free barfi is loaded with the goodness of mixed nuts, including walnuts, almonds, pistachios, and figs. Simple to make at home and enjoy during the holiday season. The best part is that they are free of gluten.

Badam barfi


Baked Almond Kofta

These succulent koftas are cooked with a wonderful potato-almond mixture, luscious milk, and seasonings such as salt, pepper, nutmeg, green onions, and eggs. Baked to perfection, these koftas can also be dipped in a flavorful curry to make a main course dinner party dish to go with parathas.

Badam kofta


Plum Cake

A Christmas favourite, a plum cake is a type of cake created with a combination of fruits and dry fruits, as well as numerous other potential ingredients. While the cake itself does not contain plums, as you might expect, plum refers to the prunes or raisins that are utilised. With the goodness of dried cherries, almonds, raisins, and other dried fruits, this cake can be enjoyed with a cup of tea at any time.

Plum cake


Dry Fruits Milkshake

This dry fruit milkshake recipe is ideal for both summer and winter, providing the perfect health boost.

Dry fruits milkshake


While you may and should eat a handful of dried fruits every day, these recipes can simply provide a tasty addition to your diet.