Top 8 recipes with Sugar Free Natura Diet Sugar.

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The harmful effects of sugar don’t stop at diabetes; it is also linked to a number of heart, liver and other related diseases. Most of the food we consume contain sugar in some form or the other. Even a couple of cups of chai or coffee with sugar a day contribute significantly to your calorie intake. Your first step towards a healthy and fit lifestyle is to keep in check the amount of calories you consume in a day. The Sugar Free range of diet products helps you do just that, that too without having to compromise on taste and the quality of what you eat.

Check out our 8 favourite recipes made with Sugar Free Natura Diet Sugar that you can indulge without an inkling of worry!

Sugar Free Oats and ChocolateCookies 

Cookies and milk, a perfect happiness and comfort combination. When these cookies are made with nutritious ingredients like oats and come to you in a Sugar Free avatar the happiness just multiplies as does the number of cookies you are allowed to indulge in. Be sure to bake these delicious Sugar Free Oats and Chocolate cookies in a large batch because they get wiped out pretty soon.

Churma 

Made with whole wheat flour, semolina, powdered sugar and mild spices this one is a classic Rajasthani dish eaten with dal and baati. While you can’t make this one without a good dose of ghee you can cut down the calories by substituting sugar with Sugar Free Natura Diet sugar. Sugar Free Natura being a heat stable product doesn’t alter when you fry these flour balls so it tastes just as good as it is supposed to and negates a large chunk of the calories.

Frozen Yogurt 

Frozen yogurt has built its reputation as a healthy alternative for ice-cream, but when you add a ton of sugar to sweeten it, much of this reputation is tarnished. Here we substituted table sugar with Sugar Free Natura Diet sugar to give you a dessert recipe that is truly healthy. We added blueberry compote to this batch but you can easily substitute it with any fruit compote of even fresh fruits of your choice.

Pumpkin Bread 

Baking a loaf of fresh bread is a kind of therapy in itself. This sweet bread made with refined flour uses Sugar Free Natura Diet sugar to bring out the sweetness of the pumpkin puree in the recipe. With a couple of minutes of kneading and just 20 minutes in the oven this earthy pumpkin bread is ready to eat. Also because it is completely free of calories and other ill effects of sugar you don’t have to restrict yourself to just one slice.

Tender coconut and Sago Kheer

Tender coconut flesh and pearls of sabudana cooked with milk sweetened with Sugar Free Natura Gold and finished off with a generous dose of pistachios, dates and almonds – this one is full of nutritious ingredients and satisfies your sweet tooth minus any guilt. It is a great recipe for any kind of festive celebrations.

Mango Burfi 

Made with buffalo milk, alum and fresh mango pulp this burfi requires plenty of tender love and care while preparing it but is totally worth the effort. The use of Sugar Free Natura Diet sugar instead of regular table sugar transforms these delicious reduced milk squares from a guilty indulgence to a brilliant treat!

Gajar ka Halwa

Ever thought you could make gajar ka halwa without any sugar but with all its sweetness intact? Turns out you can! In this recipe we used Sugar Free Natura Diet Sugar as a substitute for grain sugar and the final product was as amazing as we expected it to be. Try it out and find out for yourself.

Tutti Fruity Cupcakes 

Made with Sugar Free Natura Diet sugar which is a completely heat stable product these delicious cupcakes are perfect for any age group and any mood. You can easily make several other types of cupcakes and cakes using Sugar Free Natura Diet Sugar and be assured that the taste and quality of the product will be top notch.

Who said life without sugar can’t be sweet? Check out these and other equally delicious recipes made with the Sugar Free range of products on www.sanjeevkapoor.com

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