India is under a lockdown due to the ongoing Coronavirus crisis, and we simply can't stop thinking about when things would get back to normal. While we are home a lot more than we are used to, binge-watching TV shows and binge-eating (read: desserts) are some of the common things that we are enjoying. However, making smart food choices right now is key to losing weight and staying healthy. And that is when simple yet healthy desserts come handy, especially when ordering-in doesn't seem like a good idea. One Indian dessert that is loved by many and can never be had enough isshrikhand. But can this famous traditional Indian dessert be healthy? Read on.
Shrikhand is made with yogurt or hung curd, and flavoured with herbs and spices like saffron or cardamom. A true blue summer dessert, shrikhand is a super easy and quick dessert to prepare at home. And while we know how irresistible this sweet treat is, we also know how it can meddle with a diet aimed to shed some kilos. But fret not, we've got you covered with a low-fat shrikhand that comes with a twist.
Low fat shrikhand sundae comes with the added goodness of citrusy fruits such as strawberries, kiwi and grapes along with wholesome chia seeds. Saffron strands, cardamom and sugar substitute added to hung yogurt, creamed together to blend the flavours and layered in a sundae glass alternatively with strawberry puree at the bottom, shrikhand, chia seeds and fresh chopped fruits on the top.
This shrikhand recipe can also be a great addition to any of your dinner parties at home when you want a quick, easy yet exotic dessert on the table. Find the recipe of low fat shrikhand sundae here, try at home and let us know how you liked it in the comments section below.