• Saket Agarwal

Try out these 5 Guilt Free Diwali Recipes!

Diwali is around the corner and every Indian household is ready to take on the kitchen to prepare some of the most delectable recipes to cater. The festival of lights comes with spectacular options for delicious dishes, like every other Indian festival.

Diwali is like our ticket to feasting, from exquisite sweets to mouth-watering savory snacks. What if we could tell you recipes where you need not worry about those extra calories adding up to your weight.

Try out these amazing recipes and celebrate with us a healthier Diwali this year.

  • Gluten-Free Halwa

Let's start with something sweet but healthy at the same time, Who doesn't love to eat halwa?

We will share with you an easy recipe for gluten-free halwa.


  • Gluten-free atta,

  • Milk,

  • Dry fruits and nuts,

  • Ghee,

  • Mashed banana

How to prepare:

  • Take a pan with a thick bottom, heat it and pour some ghee, then roast the gluten-free atta on low flame until you smell the aroma. Don't make it too brown.

  • In another pan, pour 1 cup of water and mashed bananas, mix it till you get a good consistency.

  • When the atta is done properly, add the bananas and stir well so that no lumps are formed.

  • Add 1 small cup of milk and stir well to get the desired consistency.

  • When done, serve it hot garnished with chopped dry fruits and nuts.

  • Dry Fruit Ladoos

Any festival is incomplete without ladoos, so here we give you this amazing recipe of our desi ladoos filled with all health benefits,


  • Dry Fruits- almonds, cashew nuts, raisins, pistachios, figs

  • Chopped dates

  • Desiccated coconut

  • Cardamom powder

  • Ghee

How to Prepare:

  • Finely chop the cashew nuts, almonds, pistachios, figs, and raisins.

  • Grind the dates as well and keep aside

  • Take a pan or Kadai and heat ghee in it, then add all the chopped dry fruits and roast for about 3 to 4 minutes.

  • Add the grinded dates to the mix and give a nice stir to it. Mash the dates properly.

  • Add the cardamom powder and mix.

  • Turn off the flame and let the mixture cool down for 2 to 3 minutes.

  • Now make ladoos out of the mixture and store them in an airtight container.

  • Baked Chakli

Chakli is everyone's favorite snack, but fried snacks can be harmful to your health, so we managed to think about an idea to make a baked version of chaklis.