Make your coffee healthy by adding a dash of cinnamon to it. It is an appetizing herb that blends well with the coffee flavor. In addition to being an excellent source of Vitamin K & Iron, Cinnamon is also known to stabilize blood sugar and improve LDL (bad) cholesterol.
Don’t want to throw away the leftover coffee you made this morning? Here’s what you can do with it – Allow the coffee to cool and pour it in a blender along with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, milk, few ice cubes and a teaspoon of vanilla essence. Give it a churn for a couple of seconds and voila… you’ve got a tasty treat ready for dessert.
This Ganesh Chathurthi, make a healthy swap from store-bought Mawa Modaks to homemade steamed Modaks Here’s a tip - Reduce its calorie count by using wheat flour instead of rice flour for its preparation. For recipe, visit: http://bit.ly/1VXkBAX
Not in the mood for hot brewed coffee? Change up your morning coffee routine with sweetened coffee iced cubes. Fill a glass with 1/3 coffee ice cubes, 1/3 milk ice cubes, & 1/3 water ice cubes. Top it with fresh milk.
This #Holi, surprise your loved ones with a home-made Thandaai! Ingredients 1 litre Milk 15 Almonds Half cup sugar 2 teaspoon Saunf 6 teaspoon pumpkin seeds Half teaspoon Elaichi powder Method Boil the milk and leave it aside to cool Soak almonds, with rest of the ingredients (except saffron & sugar) in half cup of water for 20 minutes Put all these ingredients into the stainless steel grinding jar of Tecnora AVATAR Mixer Grinder and churn Pour this mixture in milk and add sugar. Stir it