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Weekend is here and hope you are all set to have a lovely one at that. However, along with the weekend come the baggage of trying out new recipe to feed your cranky kid. It is the time of the week when children refuse to eat the yummiest of parathas or the most delicious chicken tikkas. This weekend craving is mostly for having junk and all the things that you have been avoiding as a part of your diet.
Dry Fruit Poppers (Dates rolled in nuts and coconut)
Serving size: 6-8 pieces
Prep time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 10-15 minutes
"Dry fruits and nuts are loaded with antioxidants and contain essential fatty acids, fibre and micro nutrients. Dates are really helpful in increasing one's stamina too," said Pooja Udeshi, Sports Nutritionist, Sports Medicine Department, Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital.
Khajur or dates are excellent for your health. There was a reason why we used dates in all our traditional sweets- yes, they're immensely healthy. Cuisines across the world have consistently used dates in either small or large quantities. They are a rich source of vitamins, minerals, sugar, fibre, iron, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc and calcium. Here are 6 main health benefits of this dry fruit:
(with inputs for recipe shared by Jayshree Udeshi, a food enthusiast)
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