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Healthy Sweet Recipes to have guilt free diwali

If you are thinking of celebrating this Diwali without consuming sweets because of your health cautiousness  then you might be happy to read that now you can consume them without any worries. Well you can't consume every sweet you like but here you will find the best alternative or the best sweets you can have this diwali. The list starts with the famous sweets which everyone is aware of and which is being distributed at a vast level i.e.


Kaju katli: This sweet had been one of the most lovable sweet in India. The sweet is not only a little bit health cautious but also one of the best gifts you can pass on to your friends, family and relatives. To make it more healthier all you need to do is make it with honey. The dish is easy to make and the basic ingredient of it is cashews, honey and water.


Baked Chaklis: If you are celebrating Diwali then it will be incomplete without this sweet. Mostly people who are trying to maintain their wait then they will avoid this sweet but there is a healthier version of baked chaklis which are not deep fried. The main Ingredient of these are rice flour, low-fat curd, sesame seeds, chilli powder, oil, pinch of asafoetida and salt to taste. 


Dry fruit ladoos: You can make these ladoos to save your day on diwali. This sweet is not only healthy but also easy to make. You can eat it as much as you want and you won't gain a bit. Though everything has a limit and so does it but you can rely on this sweet for a bit of change and make it alternative to your sweets. The main ingredient of this sweet are chopped dates, almonds, cashews, figs, pistachios, raisins, coconut, cardamom powder and ghee.


Roasted poha chivda: This is one of the most common sweet you can find in India. This can be easily made at home and can be used to sweeten your taste without any compromises with health. It takes very less oil to make thus you can easily depend on this sweet with regard to your health. The main ingredient of the sweet is Thin poha, oil, mustard seeds, green chilly, curry leaves, channa dal, peanuts, dried coconut slices, turmeric powder, sugar, salt to taste and lemon juice.


Baked Shakkarpare: These can become  great snack item for yours. You can also eat them with chai/ tea and consume them without anything else. You can make them salty and even sweet thus giving you another option over regular sweets. Mostly these are made in oil and ghee but you can use the alternative way of baking to make it more healthier. The ingredients are wheat flour, ghee, milk, sugar and a pinch of salt. 


These sweets can become your alternative way to enjoy sweetness in this festival without any compromises with your health. So now you can enjoy this Diwali in much better and healthy way.