Winter Special: Here're 5 Low-Calorie Snacks You Must Try
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Winter has arrived, and the chilly season is known to make us gorge on greasy, robust, heavy foods. More often than not, all things comforting that we gorge on to get through the chilly evenings, are full of calories and can harm our health. Our cup of tea comes with some warm, crunchy snacks that are usually not the ideal option for those who are trying to lose weight. So, what does all of this mean? Should we cut down on snacking altogether? No. But we can instead look for alternatives which are low in calories. If you love having some snacks along with your cup of tea, but don’t wasn’t to gain much weight, we have the perfect solution. Here’s a list of guilt-free low-calorie snacks that you can pair with your tea and enjoy guilt-free. 

1. Baked Carrot Fries  

Your favourite fries but made with carrots! Baked carrot fries are crunchy, flavourful and simple to make. With just a handful of ingredients including grapeseed oil, paprika and cumin, these simple baked carrot fries make for a healthy and tasty alternative to the usual potato fries. Colorful, soft and incredibly calorie-efficient, it is impossible to stop eating them.  

2. Quinoa Cake 

Goodness of quinoa, spinach and nuts combined together in a batter along with parmesan cheese, olives and eggs, and cooked on a pan as separate cakes. Just three simple steps and handful of ingredients makes for a yummy irresistibly delicious snack to enjoy guilt-free. 

3. Spinach Dhokla 

Dhokla in itself is high in moisture and low in calories, and thus makes for an excellent choice for diet plans. Spinach tends to add more nutrients to the dhokla including Vitamin A and C, besides iron, folate, and potassium. 

4. Granola Bar 

There’s nothing more healthy, wholesome and delicious than a granola bar when you feel like snacking. Oats, pistachios, peanut butter and delicious chocolate chips makes for this crunchy bar which is great for mid-day hunger pangs. 

5. Methi Cheela 

Breakfast, evening snacks or brunch, a cheela is the ideal treat you need for all such occasions. Loaded with protein-rich moong dal and methi, this cheela is also a great option for a diabetes-friendly diet.