Trying To Lose Weight? These Meals Won't Let You Down

One of the most challenging aspects of anyone's life is losing weight, which many individuals attempt to do. Making the decision to reduce weight is not difficult; what is difficult is resisting those unhealthy urges. What if we told you that you could prepare some delectable meals for yourself while still managing to lose weight? These meals are high in protein and can help you stay satisfied for a long period while fending off cravings. As per dieticians, you may sate your cravings and lose 4-5 kg of weight per month with the help of these cheat meals. 

Banana Walnut Brownie 

Brownies with diets: Are they compatible? A thousand times yeah! This unique homemade recipe for banana walnut brownies will tempt you regardless of whether you're on a diet. There are roughly 25.3 gms of protein in this brownie. 


½ cup rolled oats rolled  

30 g white butter  

3 bananas 

½ tsp baking powder  

1 tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder  

2 eggs  

1 tsp vanilla extract  

36 g chopped walnuts 


Take two medium-sized bananas and mash them with a fork in a big glass bowl. When it is thoroughly mashed, stir in two raw eggs. The mixture should be thoroughly whisked until it has a smooth, lump-free consistency. To the mixture, add rolled oats at this time. Melt white unsalted butter and stir it into the mixture. Additionally, add baking soda to it to aid in the brownie's rise. Add some vanilla essence as well. To finish, stir in the cocoa powder. Make sure to thoroughly combine everything. Increase the amount of cocoa powder in the brownie if you prefer it to be more chocolatey. Starting with the baking procedure. Preheat the oven to 180° celsius for 10 minutes. Pick up the desired-shaped baking dish or tray. Place butter paper inside or use oil to grease the bottom. Using a spatula, evenly distribute the brownie mixture on the baking sheet at this point. Add some walnuts that have been coarsely chopped on top. Place the baking tray in the oven and set the temperature to 180 degrees Celsius for 30 minutes. Take the tray out of the oven after 30 minutes, allow it to cool, and then carefully remove the brownie. Serve it by cutting it into small pieces. 

Egg Tikka 

This delectable dish has roughly 25.2 g of protein. 


2 tsp  flax seed powder 

1 tsp Kitchen King masala  

1 tsp chia seeds  

1 tsp red chilli powder  

1 tsp salt  

½ tsp chaat masala  

½ cup water  

5 boiled eggs  

½ tsp olive oil 


Combine all the masalas and some water. Create a thick texture. Once the pan is hot, add 1/2 teaspoon of olive oil. Then, one by one, dip the hard-boiled eggs into the batter and place them on the pan. Allow it to cook well before serving it hot. You may also add some chaat masala and pickled onion. 

Palak Patta Chaat 

You may not be aware that this chaat contains roughly 24.6 g of protein. It's definitely worth a shot. 


For Batter 

1 cup besan 

¼ tsp turmeric  

½ tsp pepper powder  

¼ tsp Ajwain  

¼ tsp salt  

¼ tsp chaat masala  

½ cup water  

8 - 9 Palak leaves 

For Chaat 

1 tsp green chutney 

2 tsp curd 

A pinch of chaat masala 

A few coriander leaves 

1 tsp seed mix 

1 tsp pomegranate seeds 

¼ tsp beetroot 

¼ tsp ginger 


Salt, pepper, ajwain, and water should be added to one cup of besan in a bowl. To get a smooth batter, whisk it. When necessary, add extra water. Add 1/4 of the turmeric and stir one more. After thoroughly coating them with the besan mixture, place the freshly cleaned and prepared palak leaves in an air fryer and cook for 10 minutes at 200 degrees. Place the crispy palak leaves on a platter and cover them with curd. Start adding green chutney as a garnish to the dish. Now, add some chaat masala to your liking. Last but not least, add garnishes of pomegranate seeds, coriander leaves, garlic, beetroot, and seed mix for a balance of sweet and spicy flavour.