If you have a sweet tooth like me, but doesn’t jump onto desserts because of guilt, then this is the recipe you need to have a look at.
“High Protein Sattu Choco Bites” is amazingly delicious and nutritious at the same time. It is loaded and jam-packed with the goodness of ingredients rich in protein, fiber, healthy fats, and essential micronutrients.
You can consume it in moderation as a dessert or even as a mid-meal snack, and enjoy its mouth-watering taste.
- Helps in detoxification.
- Aids weight loss and management.
- Exhibits cooling properties.
- Eases digestion and bowel movement.
- Enhances energy levels.
- Good for bone health.
- Helps in managing blood sugar levels.
|Sattu/ Roasted Channa Flour||1 cup|
|Soft Dates||3/4 cup|
|Peanut butter||3 tsp.|
|Desiccated coconut||2 tbsp.|
|Semi dark choco chips||1/2 cup|
|Virgin coconut oil/ Desi ghee||1 tbsp.|
- Dry roast the almonds in a pan.
- To it, add desiccated coconut.
- Now in another pan, add desi ghee, and add roasted chana flour/sattu to it.
- In a blender jar, add roasted almonds and desiccated coconut, de-seeded dates, roasted sattu, and blend well.
- Transfer the blended mixture to a plate, and add peanut butter to it.
- Mix it well with the help of your hands.
- Divide the mixture into small portions, and roll them with the help of your hands in shape of a Ladoo.
- Once all the ladoos are made, take another bowl.
- Add dark choco chips and peanut butter to it.
- Microwave it for 2 minutes at 30 seconds interval or you can use the double boiler technique.
- Mix it well to make it smooth.
- Now dip each ladoo in the melted mixture, coat it and place it on a tray or plate.
- Refrigerate it for at least 3-4 hours or overnight.
- And your yummy and healthy “Sattu Choco Bites” are ready to be consumed.
- Sattu has an amazing nutritional profile with being rich in all the macros and micros including fiber, protein, carbs, calcium, iron, manganese, and magnesium. And on top of it, it is favorable in summers due to the cooling properties it exhibits.
- Dates are a great source of antioxidants, and essential micronutrients such as potassium, magnesium, copper, iron, and vitamin B6.
- Peanut Butter is rich in protein, heart-healthy fats and micronutrients such as vitamin E, niacin, manganese, vitamin B6, and magnesium.
- Coconut are ana amazing source of manganese along with being rich in copper, iron, and selenium.
- Almonds are a great source of heart-healthy fats, vitamin E, protein, fiber, calcium, copper, magnesium, and riboflavin.
|1090 Kcal||251 gm||54 gm||63 gm|
Calories= 55 Kcal/serve.