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Foxtail Millet / Thinnai Ribbon Pakoda | Healthy Snack Foxtail Millet / Thinnai Ribbon Pakoda | Healthy Snack By Babi's Recipes 03/24/14 09:55 After baking bread with the foxtail millet flour i want to do some snack items with it.As kids are at home i go with this deep fried ribbon pakoda snack.Try this healthy snack. Preparation time:...
Day 46: Healthy Snacks Day 46: Healthy Snacks By kitchen karma 02/17/14 11:16 Another old photo, but I love this dish too much that I just could not resist. Hope you are doing good. What are you snacking on today? Our time in India is coming to an end. We are to fly tomorrow. Am I ready for it? Certainly not. This visit, I hardly...
Oats Kara Paniyaram | Oat spicy balls | Healthy snack recipe Oats Kara Paniyaram | Oat spicy balls | Healthy snack recipe By Babi's Recipes 02/10/14 04:30 This is a recipe which i send for EzcookBook 's Cook and Win contest.I made this for one evening after school snack,left with some dough mixed more oats and made Adai/Oats-Lentils crepes for...
No Bake Brownie Balls - Healthy Snack for Kids (New-Year Special) No Bake Brownie Balls - Healthy Snack for Kids (New-Year Special) By Indian Kitchen 12/31/13 09:41 Happy New Year 2014 No Bake Brownie Balls - Healthy Snack (New-Year Special) Today i'm seriously not in mood to cook anything or take photographs but i wanted to post this recipe as my last post of 2013 and welcome 2014 with many more interesting recipes....
Moong bhel recipe - healthy snack recipes Moong bhel recipe - healthy snack recipes By Creative Saga 12/26/13 12:05 This is a nice healthy dish which is enjoyed by the kids as it is like any other chaat and equally by grown up as its healthy and tasty. I make this for breakfast or...
Phool Makhana/Foxnut  Snack /Lotus seeds snack | Healthy snack Phool Makhana/Foxnut Snack /Lotus seeds snack | Healthy snack By Babi's Recipes 12/05/13 06:13 Are you looking for a healthy snack then try this.After making lotus seeds gravy/masala for chapathi i had some seeds left out.Wandering what to make with it searched up and ended with the...
Soya Popons | Healthy Tea Time Snack | Kids Recipe Soya Popons | Healthy Tea Time Snack | Kids Recipe By ESHO-BOSHO-AAHARE 11/18/13 16:38 Good Evening to all my friends. Here i am here again with one healthy tea time snack , Soya Popons . Soya a rich veg protein which is essential for everyone. Its healthy for kids to elders. There are so many recipe with Soya or nutrela . But believe me...
Healthy Bedtime Snacks.wmv Healthy Bedtime Snacks.wmv By mealitary 11/09/13 02:58 Healthy Bedtime Snacks.wmv by mealitary team Related PostsTMW: Great Bedtime Snack High Protein Low Carbs Avoid Going Catabolic at Night MassiveJoes.com – Pre-Bed Supplementation on Non-Training Days – Casein Protein Super Test Fish Oil Bodybuilding Nighttime...
Dill tzatzkiki + homemade melba toast = healthy summer snack Dill tzatzkiki + homemade melba toast = healthy summer snack By lifeisazoobiscuitl 11/01/13 13:47 {summer snack} It’s nearly summer + snack time. All too often we so easily grab the packet of crisps on our way out of the supermarket. I am guilty as charged. I still cannot walk past a packet of salt and vinegar chips or a packet of nik naks for that...
Quick and Healthy Post-Workout Snacks Quick and Healthy Post-Workout Snacks By mealitary 10/31/13 06:30 Quick and Healthy Post-Workout Snacks by mealitary team Related PostsHealthy Post Workout Meal MI40 – Muscle Building Recovery Shake (Post-Workout) Mystic Tuna The Perfect Post Workout Meal Red-pepper and garlic almond flour pita chips (low carb) Sweet...
Aval Laddu-Poha Ladoo Recipe-Healthy Snack Recipes for Kids-Diwali Snacks Aval Laddu-Poha Ladoo Recipe-Healthy Snack Recipes for Kids-Diwali Snacks By Padhuskitchen 10/30/13 08:01 Today I am going to share with you a very easy and also a very healthy snack for kids which does not have white sugar or maida in it. You can also prepare this easy recipe for Diwali. Today we will learn how to make poha laddus following this easy recipe...
Pasi Paruppu Laddu-Nei Urundai-Moong Dal (Payatham Paruppu) Ladoo-Healthy Diwali Snacks Recipes Pasi Paruppu Laddu-Nei Urundai-Moong Dal (Payatham Paruppu) Ladoo-Healthy Diwali Snacks Recipes By Padhuskitchen 10/21/13 09:14 Today I am going to share with you a very easy laddu recipe prepared with moong dal. It is very healthy, easy to make and needs just 3 ingredients. I have not used refined sugar but have used nattu sakkarai (natural unrefined cane sugar),so it makes a perfect...
Cornflakes Chivda for Diwali – Healthy snack/namkeen recipe Cornflakes Chivda for Diwali – Healthy snack/namkeen recipe By SpiceuptheCurry 10/16/13 17:27 Preparation: 10 min - Cooking: 10 min Cornflakes chivda is healthy Diwali snack or namkeen recipe if made using cornflakes cereal. I always love any kind of chivda whether it is poha chivda, oats chivda, honey oats chivda, fried poha chivda or this cornflakes chivda. I will be sharing other...
Aloo Bonda Recipe - Potato Bonda - Quick, Easy and Healthy snacks Aloo Bonda Recipe - Potato Bonda - Quick, Easy and Healthy snacks By Pink and Pink 10/08/13 13:57 Preparation: 5 min - Cooking: 2 min Hello friends, var _gaq = _gaq || []; _gaq.push(['_setAccount', 'UA-39669694-1']); _gaq.push(['_trackPageview']); (function() { var ga = document.createElement('script'); ga.type = 'text/javascript'; ga.async = true; ga.src = ('https:' == document.location.protocol...
Peas Chaat / Peas Masala Chaat Recipe / Green Peas Masala Chaat ~ Healthy & Refreshing Snack Peas Chaat / Peas Masala Chaat Recipe / Green Peas Masala Chaat ~ Healthy & Refreshing Snack By Spicy Treats 09/04/13 04:49 My H love sundals(kind of legume salad) and he mostly prefer it for evening snacks. Though I am not much fond of sundals very rarely prefer Chickpeas/Channa sundal and i love eating these protein packed & fiber rich legumes in chaat form. Peas Chaat / Channa...
Dry Fruit Laddus-Dry Fruit and Nut Laddus-Healthy Snack Recipe Dry Fruit Laddus-Dry Fruit and Nut Laddus-Healthy Snack Recipe By Padhuskitchen 06/16/13 09:12 Dry Fruit Laddus are healthy, delicious and guilt free snacks. They are good not only for kids but also for adults.These healthy power packed snack does not have any unhealthy ingredients like sugar or preservatives or artificial food colors. The good thing...
New Study Says Mediterranean-Style Diet Can Save You Money, Study Finds Posted on April 16, 2013  i already knew that eating like a Greek may be good for your health. But, if done right, it could save you money, too. a new study i read about found that eating a plant-based, Mediterranean-style  diet costs less than buying specially made diet foods or lean cuts of meat. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia CommonsIn fact, the study’s participants slashed their food bills by more than 50  percent.  That’s especially good news for low-income people who lack easy access to nutritional foods. The study was published in the March issue of the Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition. It’s based on  dietitian  Mary Flynn’s research into a plant-based diet she developed that emphasizes cooking with olive oil and follows a Mediterranean diet pattern.  The study comes on the heels of new research suggesting a  Mediterranean diet – particularly one rich with extra virgin olive oil and nuts – lowers the risk of stroke and other heart problems by 30 percent among high-risk individuals.  Researchers from The Miriam Hospital, in Providence, r.i., teamed with the Rhode Island Community Food Bank to create a Mediterranean-style diet using foods available at the food bank, including olive oil, vegetables, fruits, and whole grains.  “i had a number of people – mainly women from my breast cancer weight loss study – say how inexpensive a Mediterranean-style diet was, so i approached the food bank about designing a study using food pantry items for the recipes,” Flynn, the study’s lead author and a research dietitian at The Miriam Hospital, said. (Click here to see a news release about the study.)  She noted that meat, poultry and seafood are the priciest items in a household’s food budget, especially the recommended lower-fat versions. Typical low-income homes spend grocery money on these items first, allocating far less to vegetables and fruits. But Flynn said a healthy diet can be very economical if you change the focus to eliminating foods not needed to improve health – like meat, snacks, desserts and carbonated beverages.  Flynn recruited 83 clients from emergency food pantries and low-income housing sites for the 34-week study; 63 completed the program. The participants attended six weeks of cooking classes, where instructors prepared quick and easy plant-based recipes that used ingredients like olive oil, whole grain pasta, brown rice, fruits and vegetables.  After class, they received a bag of groceries with most of the ingredients to make three of the provided recipes for their family. The participants were then tracked for six months after the cooking program ended.  Grocery receipts were collected throughout the study and researchers observed significant drops in purchases of meat, carbonated beverages, desserts and snacks. At the same time, there was a rise in the number of different vegetables and fruits consumed each month.  “Not only did study participants cut their food spending by more than half, saving nearly $40 per week, we also found that the reliance on a food pantry decreased as well, from 68 percent at the start of the study to 54 percent, demonstrating a clear decline in food insecurity,” Flynn said.  Following a plant-based diet also produced some unexpected health benefits, according to Flynn. About half the participants lost weight, which was not a study objective, and there was an overall drop in body mass index, or bmi.  “Our results also suggest that including a few plant-based meals per week is an attainable goal that will not only improve their health and diet, but also lower their food costs,” Flynn said.  California Olive Ranch Master Miller Bob Singletary   Eat Cheap, Go Greek New Study Says Mediterranean-Style Diet Can Save You Money, Study Finds Posted on April 16, 2013 i already knew that eating like a Greek may be good for your health. But, if done right, it could save you money, too. a new study i read about found that eating a plant-based, Mediterranean-style diet costs less than buying specially made diet foods or lean cuts of meat. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia CommonsIn fact, the study’s participants slashed their food bills by more than 50 percent. That’s especially good news for low-income people who lack easy access to nutritional foods. The study was published in the March issue of the Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition. It’s based on dietitian Mary Flynn’s research into a plant-based diet she developed that emphasizes cooking with olive oil and follows a Mediterranean diet pattern. The study comes on the heels of new research suggesting a Mediterranean diet – particularly one rich with extra virgin olive oil and nuts – lowers the risk of stroke and other heart problems by 30 percent among high-risk individuals. Researchers from The Miriam Hospital, in Providence, r.i., teamed with the Rhode Island Community Food Bank to create a Mediterranean-style diet using foods available at the food bank, including olive oil, vegetables, fruits, and whole grains. “i had a number of people – mainly women from my breast cancer weight loss study – say how inexpensive a Mediterranean-style diet was, so i approached the food bank about designing a study using food pantry items for the recipes,” Flynn, the study’s lead author and a research dietitian at The Miriam Hospital, said. (Click here to see a news release about the study.) She noted that meat, poultry and seafood are the priciest items in a household’s food budget, especially the recommended lower-fat versions. Typical low-income homes spend grocery money on these items first, allocating far less to vegetables and fruits. But Flynn said a healthy diet can be very economical if you change the focus to eliminating foods not needed to improve health – like meat, snacks, desserts and carbonated beverages. Flynn recruited 83 clients from emergency food pantries and low-income housing sites for the 34-week study; 63 completed the program. The participants attended six weeks of cooking classes, where instructors prepared quick and easy plant-based recipes that used ingredients like olive oil, whole grain pasta, brown rice, fruits and vegetables. After class, they received a bag of groceries with most of the ingredients to make three of the provided recipes for their family. The participants were then tracked for six months after the cooking program ended. Grocery receipts were collected throughout the study and researchers observed significant drops in purchases of meat, carbonated beverages, desserts and snacks. At the same time, there was a rise in the number of different vegetables and fruits consumed each month. “Not only did study participants cut their food spending by more than half, saving nearly $40 per week, we also found that the reliance on a food pantry decreased as well, from 68 percent at the start of the study to 54 percent, demonstrating a clear decline in food insecurity,” Flynn said. Following a plant-based diet also produced some unexpected health benefits, according to Flynn. About half the participants lost weight, which was not a study objective, and there was an overall drop in body mass index, or bmi. “Our results also suggest that including a few plant-based meals per week is an attainable goal that will not only improve their health and diet, but also lower their food costs,” Flynn said. California Olive Ranch Master Miller Bob Singletary Eat Cheap, Go Greek By Olive Oil Chic 04/17/13 21:13 Olive oil... I already knew that eating like a Greek may be good for your health. But, if done right, it could save you money, too. A new study I read about found that eating a plant-based, Mediterranean-style diet costs less than buying specially made...
Chickpeas & Sprouted Green Gram Sundal | Healthy Indian Snack Recipe | Protein rich snack recipe Chickpeas & Sprouted Green Gram Sundal | Healthy Indian Snack Recipe | Protein rich snack recipe By Cook like Priya 03/18/13 11:39 Chickpeas / Channa / Kondakadalai is one of my favorite and I love it almost any form be it pulao, sundal, curry, kurma, biryani and so on. Chickpeas is high in fibre and protien so they make you full and keep you full for long. i have read that they also...
Healthy Late Night Eating: Meals, Snacks … And Pizza Pie Healthy Late Night Eating: Meals, Snacks … And Pizza Pie By Gourmet Food Garden 02/04/13 16:36 Pizza routinely is panned as being an unhealthy food choice. The fact is that healthy variations of the beloved pizza pie represent ideal healthy late night meal and snack alternatives. Before turning attention to specific types of late night pizza selections,...
Healthy Vegan Snacks Revisited Healthy Vegan Snacks Revisited By It's Easy Being Vegan 01/10/13 18:06 Recently I read a report on 2013 food trends. Not only did it mention meatless meals and veganism, it reported that mini-meals and snacking were on the rise. Below is a post I wrote in 2011 — offering readers 12 healthy, vegan snacks. Check it out, and...
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