In Ramadan, it is so important to eat healthy, given that you will be fasting most hours of the day. This doesn’t mean you can’t fulfil your cravings for desserts.
You can quickly whip up some healthy desserts at home within minutes and enjoy them whenever you want to. The key is to stock up on ingredients required to make healthy desserts. This will help you from ordering out unhealthy desserts which make you insanely thirsty and jittery.
Following are 5 healthy desserts recipes that you must try this Ramadan:
1 – Strawberry Caramel Biscoff Cheesecake
You can use Weetabix [2 Weetabix = 1 serving] crushed, Myprotein maple syrup, and some milk for the base. For the cheesecake layer, use Greek yogurt and scoops of Myprotein salted caramel protein powder as per serving. (1 serving = 1 scoop). You can add strawberries within the cheesecake layer or add them on top. Crush Lotus Biscoff biscuits and add for some crunch. refrigerate overnight or 4-5 hours
2 – Chickpea Chocolate Chip Cookies
Don’t worry; you won’t taste the chickpeas in these. All you need is a can of chickpeas [indeed, everyone will have some already in the house, given that it is Ramadan], butter, unsweetened maple syrup, vanilla essence, baking soda, baking powder, salt, and dark chocolate chips.
Blend all the ingredients in a food processor. Once everything looks like a firm paste, add dark chocolate chips. Bake and enjoy!
3 – High Protein Molten Lave Cake
Add oats, chocolate protein powder, cottage cheese/greek yogurt, milk, cocoa powder, and baking powder in a food processor. Bake it for 15 minutes, and add some Myprotein chocolate spread. Enjoy with a side of berries.
4 – High Protein Cinamon French Toast
Whisk eggs, milk, vanilla whey protein powder, cinnamon, and MyProtein toffee flavour drops dollops. Dip slices of wholewheat bread and place them on a pan with little oil. Once cooked, serve them with melted dark chocolate, and berries of choice.
5 – 3 Ingredients Yogurt Bowl
The easiest to put together is this 3 ingredients yogurt bowl. All you need is a 0% fat Greek yogurt, a handful of raspberries or strawberries, and some myprotein toffee flavdrops. Serve it with a side of dark chocolate you like.
Why Smoothies are Better to Consume in Ramadan. Read the full story here:
During the month of Ramadan, our cravings seem to skyrocket due to long hours of fasting. Many people indulge too often, which clearly results in poor health. While some choices are made intentionally, others aren’t thought about, such as what you should drink once you break your fast. Many people in Pakistan usually have sharbat on their iftar tables, which is nothing but sugar and flavouring. Others prefer juice or fizzy drinks depending on their meals, again full of sugar.
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