Snacking on the wrong foods may cause harm to your body, while choosing the right snacks may promote weight loss and keep your body healthy. There are many low-calorie snacks available in the market, which can help you fulfill your cravings without causing harmful side effects. So if you are obsessed with junk food you must try these healthy low calorie snacks that not only taste good but will also help you stay healthy.
Makhana is a crunchy and tasty fried snack very low in calories. You can easily make it at home. Roast one cup of makhana in half a spoonful of ghee. Once golden in color, the makhanas are perfectly roasted. Season them with salt, black pepper powder, chaat masala, and serve. You can also sprinkle oregano and red chili flakes on the roasted makhanas.
2. Puffed Rice
Puffed rice is a crunchy and oil-free snack. You can spruce up its taste by seasoning the puffed rice with salt, chaat masala, mixed herb powder, and even garlic powder. To make a yummy chaat with puffed rice, take one cup of puffed rice in a bowl, add one tbsp mint chutney, two tbsp chopped onion, two tbsp chopped tomato, two tbsp roasted peanuts, one minced green chilli, two tbsp coriander leaves, juice of half a lemon along with salt, chaat masala, and mixed herbs. Give a good mix and serve.
3. Strawberries With Coconut Whipped Cream
Try this low-calorie dessert with coconut cream for your healthy sweet snack. Whip the cooled coconut cream until peaks form in a mixer. If you want to add more flavor to the whipped cream, you can mix it with either vanilla essence or maple syrup. After the cream is prepared, top off the strawberries with the cream.
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Apples are high in fiber and are one of the most popular fruits all over the world. Apples are not only low in calories but also a good source of nutrients, such as various antioxidants, vitamin C, and potassium.
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5. Toasted Pumpkin Seeds
Pumpkin seeds are rich in protein and nutrients, which are important for keeping your bones healthy. You can toast pumpkin seeds at home by tossing them in salt, pepper, and a little oil on a low flame. Stir it until it becomes golden brown. Or just have them raw with your smoothie bowl.
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