01/6​Easy-to-make low-fat homemade snacks

​Easy-to-make low-fat homemade snacks

Fond of snacks, but scared of the massive calories they carry? Fret not, we have a brilliant idea to spice up your bland evening.

Most of us end up ditching our love for crispy, spicy snacks just because of the high saturated fat content. Well, if you too have been sacrificing your love for snacks just because of the high amount of butter or oil used for cooking, then we have curated 5 simple low-fat homemade snacks, which you can make in just a few minutes and enjoy.


02/6​Poha mixture

​Poha mixture

This homemade mixture can be made in just a few minutes. Take a pan and add salt, once the salt is hot, add in poha and allow it to fluff up without oil. Using a sieve extract the poha and transfer to a bowl. In the meantime, chop ginger, onions, green chilies, mix it with the poha and add roasted peanuts. Enjoy this simple mixture seasoned with spices as per your preference. Serve with tea and indulge in the crispy delight.


03/6​Baked Beetroot chips

​Baked Beetroot chips

These chips will not only satiate your love for crispy wafers but at the same time, it will give your indulgence a healthy twist. Just mix some spices, extra virgin olive oil and herbs with thin sliced beetroots. Coat them nicely and bake or air fry the chips. Enjoy with some dip or sauce.


04/6​Celery sticks

​Celery sticks

These yummy Celery sticks will take just 5-10 minutes to make. Wash and scrape out the interior part of the Celery sticks. Then make a creamy filling with fresh cream, paprika, onion chopped, ginger chopped, green chilies, coriander leaves, mix it all together. Fill the Celery sticks with stuffing and enjoy anytime.


05/6​Okra Fry

​Okra Fry

To make these crispy chips, just slit the Okra from the centre. Take a bowl and mix them with salt, pepper, paprika, garlic powder and olive oil. Coat the Okra pieces. Bake them to perfection and enjoy.


06/6​Chickpea chaat

​Chickpea chaat

This low-fat snack will never disappoint your palate. Just take a bowl of boiled Chickpeas, mix them with 2 tablespoons of lemon juice, red chili powder, onions, green chilies, and tomatoes. Next, take a pan and drizzle some olive oil, add some cumin seeds and add the mixture. Toss and serve hot with coriander leaves.