5 High-Protein And Easy Evening Snacks Recipes
- Protein is an essential part of sustainable weight loss
- Eggs are best bio-available source of protein
- Oats idli is a delectable way to use oats
Irrespective of how good or bad a day you have had, there's something about your evening cup of tea or coffee that makes you want to pause for a while and worry less about all the things that can go wrong. In India, we are accustomed to having a few delish tit-bits along with our evening cuppa. Most often we resort to deep-fried pakodas or namkeen, but guess what this whole routine can be a whole lot healthier too. There are a bunch of healthy, high protein snacks that you can munch on during evenings. Protein helps induce the feeling of satiety, and aiding weight loss. We have put together a list of easy and healthy recipes that you may enjoy.
Here's A List Of 5 High Protein And Easy Evening Snack Recipes:
1. Baked Ragi Chakli
Baked snacks are way healthier than deep-fried snacks as they help save you many unnecessary calories. Ragi, a desi grain, is packed with protein and fibre that helps fill you up with all things nutritious and nice. Use the goodness of ragi to make irresistible chakli and munch guilt-lessly.
(Also Read: 6 Health Benefits Of Ragi: A Wonder Grain)
2. Almond And Cranberry poha
Made with goodness of protein-rich almonds, poha, cranberries, curry leaves, green chillies and fresh coconut, this snack screams comfort and health. Try it at home and let us know how you liked it. Make sure you consume it in moderation, poha is slightly high in carbohydrates.
(Also Read: Poha Health Benefits: 6 Reasons This Popular Indian Breakfast Food Is Great For You!)
3. Oats Idli
Low in carbs and high in protein, this snack is an ideal addition to your weight loss diet. Instead of a regular rice batter, this idli makes use of ever-so nutritious oats. Pair it with sambhar or chutney for best experience.
(Also Read: Oats For Weight Loss: 5 Creative Ways Of Cooking With Fibre-Rich Oats)
4. Masala Anda Bhurji On Toast
Eggs scrambled and tossed in a pool or rustic spices, anda burji is perhaps one of the easiest ways to deal with eggs. And how delicious does it turn out each time! Whip up some bhurji and place it on top of toasted multi-grain bread.
5. Berry and Flaxseed Parfait
In a large glass, place a layer of creamy yogurt, then add a layer of fresh berries or any fruit of your choice, and on top of it throw in a layer of high-protein flaxseeds. Repeat the layer. Your parfait is ready to dig into.
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