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Low Calorie Snack Recipes for Holi

The festival of colors, Holi, is synonymous with gujiya, malpua, and several other delicious but high calorie sweets! If you are following us on Instagram and Facebook, you’d know how we are in the process of a lifestyle change. With an increased focus on only eating healthy, we have been looking for low calories recipes for Holi. And so we got Chef Prem K Pogakula- Executive Chef The Imperial Hotel to share two of his favorite healthy snack recipes! Take a look.

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Vegan Glazed Carrot with Pumpkin Seed and Oat Bar


Roasted Cashewnut – 75 gm

Roasted Almond Flakes – 75 gm

Tossed Oats – 50 gm

Tossed Sesame Seed – 25 gm

Raisin – 30 g

Dry Coconut Pwd. – 25 gm

Honey- 150 gm

Jaggery syrup- 180 gm

Brown Sugar –  50gm

100 gms Grated carrot boiled with 20gms brown sugar


1)    Roast Cashewnut, Almond Flakes, Sesame Seeds, and Coconut Powder –put all together in bowl

2)    Mix Honey Jaggery, Brown Sugar, and cook until dissolve properly.

3)    Fold the nut mix in the above mix.

4)    Fill the above mix in tray lined with butter paper.

5)    Put the Silpad on the tray and Roll it to make even surface.

6)    Rest it for a day and cut it to desired shape.

7)    Top with glazed carrot and pumpkin seeds

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Green Sprout and Low Fat Cottage Cheese Galettes


1/2 cup sprouts

1/2 cup low fat crumble Paneer 
1/4 cup roasted channa powder
2 tbsp fine chopped onion

1 tsp chilli paneer
1/4 tsp garam masala
1/4 tsp turmeric powder 
1/2 tsp ginger  garlic paste 
2 tsp chaat masala 
2 tbsp chopped fresh coriander

Salt to taste
Other Ingredients
1 tsp oil for greasing and cooking

1)    Combine the sprouts 2 cups of water and salt in a broad non-stick pan and cover and cook on a slow flame for 7 to 8 minutes, while stirring occasionally.

2)    Remove from the flame and drain very well it using a strainer.

3)    Transfer the cooked sprouts on a plate and cool completely.

4)    Add all the remaining ingredients and mix very well.

5)    Divide the mixture into 10 equal portions and shape each portion into a flat round galettes

6)    Heat a non-stick tawa and grease it using ¼ tsp of oil and cook the galettes on a slow flame using the remaining ¾ tsp of oil till they turn brown in colour from both the sides.

7)    Serve immediately with yogurt dip


  • Nisha Malik

    Holi is one if the most joyful festival and it’s full of colors. Can’t deny the exotic food that we get to eat. I am not much of a cook myself but I do cook on special days like holi.

  • Nihal Shetty

    Thank you so much for sharing the recipes, I have a friend coming over to my place this Holi, and he is a huge fitness freak at the same time he just loves to hog on food, will definitely try out both the recipes 🙌

  • prernasinha2000

    The food looks so tempting and delicious. I really like the Green Sprout and Low Fat Cottage Cheese Galettes. I’m definitely going to try tnit recipe. Thanks for sharing these healthy recipes.

  • Kristine Nicole Alessandra

    The ingredients for these snacks are really healthy. Doing a lifestyle change does not prevent you from enjoying the holidays. It just means finding creative ways to make healthier versions of traditional food. I think I will try making that green bean and low fat cottage cheese galettes.

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