Tamarind Chutney, or imli Ki Chutney as it is called in Urdu, is a favorite pairing with pakoras / fritters in Ramadan. I love making my own and freezing some as part of my Ramadan meal prep. Imli Ki Chutney Save Print Prep time 5 mins Cook time 45 mins Total time 50 mins Author: Zeeshan Recipe type:…
These brownie bars are an absolute must if you have kids in the house. Especially if they are chocoholics like mine are. My kids absolutely love them and I love that they love them. A win win. I found this recipe on www.minimalistbaker.com. and have been making them since. What’s in these soft, chewy, chocolatey just the right amount of…
I have been wanting to make something that would give me the satisfaction of methai (a popular South Asian dessert/sweet meat made with milk and sugar) yet without the dairy and refined sugar. I was surfing the internet and came across detoxinista’s version and thought I’d give it a try. I tweaked it a little, added some more nuts and…
I am often asked about healthy snack ideas for kids so I figured I’d do a post to tell you what my kids eat for snack either in school or after.
Ok so let me just start by saying that these chocolate muffins are just amazing! They have become a hot favorite in my home and I have two growing boys who can safely be described as chocoholics so you know anything sub par will just not cut it! The beauty however is that I get to sneak in some zucchini without them having a clue.
How has your summer been? Busy? Mine sure has been. We kicked off the break by getting our spiritual high since Ramadan fell right at the start of summer this year. Then there was travel and spending time with family. We made a trip to Pakistan again this year. It was a lot of fun as always and it was tough for me to return home. I am always so sad to leave loved ones!
We are back home winding down summer and gearing up for the school year ahead! Whether you start the school year late August or early September, this post here is to help you pack lunch like an expert!
How prepared are you to send the kids off with healthy, nutritious lunch? If your answer is “NOT SO MUCH” don’t fret, I’ve got your back!
When I was still overseas and trying to eat healthy I used to search Pinterest incessantly for wholesome and healthy recipes that would appeal to my palette as well as get my kids’ seal of approval. Amongst the most popular was one such recipe by Gimme Some Oven. It is a great base recipe and I make it often with some changes to suit my family. There are many add ins (cranberries, white chocolate chips, shredded coconut) but if you know me, you know I love chocolate!
Ah sweet potato! How I love thee! My love affair with this vegetable goes back to my childhood. Sweet potato is a popular street food in Pakistan. Known as Shakarkandi, it is cooked on coal and served sprinkled with salt and red chilli powder.
I don’t know about you all but I am often left with rotting bananas. Unless I peel and hand the boys this fruit, they will never reach for one on their own. I some times sneak one in for snack at school but suffice it to say it is not their favorite.
When I saw this recipe for “nice cream” doing the rounds in health circles, I thought I would give it a try. It’s non dairy but the texture and look is just the same. Add good quality cocoa and you have a healthy dessert or after school snack!