Sugar-free Indian sweets are healthy just like any other sugar-free sweets all over the world. Nowadays, people are much more concerned about their lifestyle and health which they maintain by avoiding fats and calories in food items. Avoiding sugar is also a must if you want to remain fit.
Diabetes patients are not allowed to eat a lot of sugar which makes it difficult for them to control their sweet tooth. Therefore, it becomes tougher to resist sweets during festivities and celebrations. So here are some amazing sugar-free Indian sweets recipes you should try.
To overcome this problem, you can now make Sugar-free sweets at home or buy them at the market. You can substitute sugar with jaggery sugar cane, dates, etc.
Sugar-Free Sweets: Date Laddoos
Date Laddoos are quick and simple to prepare. All you have to do is take some dates and finely chop them. Heat a heavy bottom pan and add ghee to it, then add the chopped dates. Cook for 8-10 minutes by stirring continuously till the dates and ghee are mixed together and form a soft lump. Then, remove from the heat and let it cool. Add chopped dry fruits of your choice and roll to make laddoos out of it. Refrigerate until firm and serve.
This is a simple and quick Indian dessert that people cook in most homes. Take full cream milk in a heavy bottom saucepan and bring it to boil. Now, take rice which is washed and soaked for ½ hour and put it in the milk. Cook the two items until the milk and rice come together. Add jaggery to it and keep on stirring so that the kheer doesn’t stick to the bottom. Furthermore, when the jaggery dissolves, add crushed cardamoms and finely chopped dry fruits of your choice.
A traditional and simple sugar-free recipe. To prepare it, heat a heavy bottom pan and add ghee. Put in grated lauki and mix well. Then, add milk and cardamom powder and cook for 15-20 minutes by stirring continuously. Add Sugar-free and mix well. Serve warm.
It’s a traditional sweet dish, mostly found in Bengal. Quick, easy and perhaps the simplest sweet dish out there. You have to mash paneer, khoya, and gur together till smooth. Now mix cardamom powder and set it in layers. Top it with finely chopped pistachios.
Heat a pan, add ghee and chopped nuts of your choice and sauté. Add ragi flour and cook for 8-10 minutes by stirring continuously. Now pour grated jaggery and mix well until jaggery is melted and combined. Furthermore, add peanut butter and khoya and keep stirring. Remove for heat and spread the mixture on a plate covered with baking paper. Refrigerate till it sets. Garnish with almonds, cut in squares and serve.
Hope all the options mentioned above will help you out in cooking some amazing sugar-free desserts for your family. You can be health-conscious, but you cannot ignore sweet dishes. So, this is the easiest way to eat sweets while following your diet.