No Deep Fry Indian Snacks Recipes

No Deep Fry Indian Snacks Recipes

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No Deep Fry Indian Snacks Recipes:

There are 100 + junk-free snack recipes in this link and many readers want an exclusive set of no deep fry Indian snacks recipes collection. Many would ask me for no sweets and no baked snacks too. So I thought I should list down those for the benefit of all. You can bookmark this page because you would find this page updated often. The definition of junk-free or healthy differs from person to person these days. Hence here is an exclusive set of snack recipes for your kids and family which is not deep fried and which is not baked and which doesn’t have any sweet (Even natural ones).


No Deep Fry Indian Snacks Recipes

Click on the recipe names for detailed recipes. With 25+ recipes, will not your entire months snacking schedule be fixed? Isn’t great to have a month of healthy snacking? Let me know which turned out to your kids favourite.

No Deep Fry Indian Snacks Recipes

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No Deep Fry Indian Snacks Recipes:

Gluten-Free Momos

Ground Nut Salad

Sabudana/Tapioca Pearls Vada

Instant Unniyappam

Broccoli Corn Cutlet

Mexican Bean Salad

Spinach Corn Momos

No deep fry Gobi Fry

Sabudana Cutlet

Moong Lobia Vada

Pumpkin Sticks

Pepper Makhana

No-bake Potato Wedges

Veg Sheekh Kebab

Sweet Potato Fingers

Tofu Momos

Red Poha Dumplings

Peanut Stir Fry

Beetroot Appe

Walnut Rajma Tikki

Fruit Pops

Watermelon Salad

Matar Murumura

Sweet Potato Tikki

Whole Wheat Momos

Sweet Corn Patties

Sprouts Salad

Some Other Choices

Apart from these here is a collection of snack recipes which you can make and store: Click on individual images for the detailed recipes

45+ Healthy Bakes: (Click on individual images for the detailed recipes)


Note:

The shelf life will differ for each recipe. Please look into the individual link for details.

These snacks can be offered to babies above 6 months without sugar, salt, honey and milk.

Please look into each recipe and decide the age group to which it would be suitable.

Ensure to have introduced the individual ingredients separately and eliminate allergies.

Make sure to store them right.

Please be careful about the quantity of intake. Moderation is the key for healthy intake.

For babies below one-year, animal milk and honey shouldn’t be offered.

Kindly have a word with your doctor before introducing any new food.

Please eliminate all allergies and look into the family history of allergies before trying any new ingredient.

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