When taste meets nutrition, an irresistible combination is conjured! Here’s adding a healthy twist to the age-old rava dosa and making it perfect for every meal and palate!
A healthy recipe camouflaged in the form of comfort food; perfect for all palates and age groups, including your little fussy eaters! Method 1. In a bowl, whisk together the refined flour, eggs, half of the milk and half cup...
A simple croquette/cutlet recipe that again retains the age-old concept of Indian cutlets but gives it a slight twist by using flatten rice that renders a spongy and chewy texture.
Here’s a healthy high-fibre vegan recipe that encompasses the traditionally used quinoa in an innovative style. This vegan gluten free pancakes are definitely perfect for every palate, every diet plan as well as every age group!
A fast food classic that is rarely made at home due to the complex cooking methods associated with it. This recipe will change that scenario and will coax you to prepare these super soft and spongy donuts at your home! Method 1)...
A winter classic, this delicious treat will certainly warm up your day! Served in the form of individual muffins, it features a sweet cookie base and a hearty stewed apple center.
A quick breakfast recipe for people on the go. All of your breakfast staples baked into one wholesome muffin for the complete nutrition.
Bright red coloured cake with a gooey custard centre and the best thing being, it is made without the use of artificial colour.
This recipe is perfect for the people trying to cut out the refined sugars from their daily diet and making a switch towards natural sweetness.
A very wintery cake keeping up with the holiday season theme with warm flavours of cinnamon and coffee.
A very popular dish in the country of China which is like a savoury pancake and is a very good breakfast option considering the popularity of paranthas.
A breakfast staple in the southern part of India consisting of hard boiled eggs tossed in a spicy tempering of mustard seeds and green chilli, finished with some coconut cream.
A fun little way to colour the cakes naturally using turmeric with a hidden kit Kat surprise and topped with home made salted caramel.
A Chinese version of the ever famous parantha. Make this recipe if you want to give the age-old breakfast food a quirky twist.
A twisted take on a product that is available in almost all the households and has been the exact same since ages, instant noodles.
A power packed protein rich twist to the classic breakfast treat, pancakes. A savoury option with flavours of Indian lentils and coconut make a fit for the Indian palate.
A breakfast classic made into easy-to-consume muffins, also fit for a breakfast on the go. The ever famous breakfast gets a new avatar with this recipe.
Unlike regular cookies that are baked into a flat disk like shape, these cookies rise a little like a cake so they have the crispy crust of a cookie along with a soft cake-y centre. A definite hit with the...
Muffins done 2 ways for both, the sweet and savoury seekers. Excellent as a breakfast on the go.
A classic combination of a baked bread and minced meat (vegetarian in this case) that rings all the familiar bells of flavour. This vegetarian version is a brilliant way for you and our kids to get that daily protein requirement....
A breakfast essential that is nothing like you have ever tried. Stuffed with veggies and cheese, this is a wholesome and filling breakfast treat.
A quirky little snack idea of a carb-free sandwich, fit for people who have a gluten allergy, or are just simply avoiding extra carbs like bread.
An American staple with a modern twist and a certain depth of flavours to make it a little bit healthy, if not completely.
A classic Indian breakfast dish with an Asian twist with flavours of soy and sesame and freshness of bell peppers.
A breakfast fit for the kings. Start your day off with these cheesy loaded crepes for a power packed start to your day.
The classic apple pie in a way to make it more practical and easier to consume. The syrupy apple stuffing with the crispy bread makes the perfect breakfast treat.
Possibly the easiest dessert out there made from using the simplest of ingredients.
A “not so common” rendition of the classic rice kheer. Pumpkin, being a vegetable with a naturally sweet taste makes it an amazing fit for desserts.
A typical comfort food recipe that is best had with a cup of coffee. Takes you right back to your childhood days.
Just a little eggless substitute to the ever famous chocolate pancakes with a bit of Indian twist.
A classic sugar/candy snack that has found its way in every nationality with its own twist. This particular one has a spicy kick to counter the sweetness of the caramel.
A Mexican delicacy with a crispy crunchy outer layer with a soft and chewy center flavoured with bananas. To an absolute power packed start to the day.
A healthy alternative to the age old aloo ki tikki, made without potato and all the heaviness.
A dish suitable for any time of the day be it breakfast or as a cocktail snack with creaminess of cheese and earthiness of peanuts. Read more..
A no bake breakfast cereal dessert with the goodness of fibre and fruits and indulgence of caramel and peanut butter. Read more..
A people pleaser dish with a no butter no cream twist and replacing that with the wellness of spinach and lentils without compromising on the taste.
A healthy twist to the childhood favourite with the goodness of spinach and lentils and the fun of oozy cheese. Read more..
A cinnamon scented fruity breakfast dish with the nutrients and freshness of seasonal fruits and a sweet glaze. Read more..
A sweet fruity twist to the global breakfast staple scented with cinnamon sugar for the sweet tooth satisfaction. Read more..