Here we bring you a list of 5 low-cal makhana snacks that can be perfect to satiate your in-between-the-meals hunger pangs and are also guilt-free. Let's get started.
During Navratri fasting, you can eat foods like buckwheat, potatoes, water chestnut flour, sago, milk, curd, and sago. Dry fruits are also allowed.
When it comes to healthy snacking options, phool makhana (or fox nut) is one wholesome and crunchy delight that can be transformed into a delectable snack devoid of extra calories.
Makhana is one such wholesome ingredient that can be used to whip up several sweet and savoury dishes.
Gur makhana snack gives us the combined benefits of both gur and makhana, providing a delicious and crunchy nibble to munch on in winter.
Gluten-free and nutrient-rich, makhana is considered to be a go-to snack for all the fitness enthusiasts. Here're some options for you to choose from.
Planning to stash some midnight munchies in your kitchen pantry? We bring some light, healthy and tasty options for you.