Top 7 desserts that are low in calories to relish this winter

By Editorji News Desk
Published on | Dec 29, 2023

Fruit Chaat

A refreshing fruit salad made with a mix of seasonal fruits, chaat masala, and a dash of lemon juice. It's a light and healthy dessert option.

Kheer with Skimmed Milk

Traditional kheer made with skimmed milk and a moderate amount of sweetener. You can add cardamom and nuts for flavour.


These are spongy cottage cheese balls soaked in light sugar syrup. They are lower in fat compared to many other Indian sweets.


A Bengali sweet made from paneer and sweetened with a small amount of sugar or artificial sweeteners. It's a relatively low-calorie option.

Phirni with Almond Milk

You can make phirni with almond milk, reducing the overall calorie content. It's a creamy rice pudding flavoured with cardamom.

Coconut Ladoo with Jaggery

Make coconut ladoos using grated coconut and jaggery instead of sugar. Jaggery imparts sweetness with added nutritional benefits.

Sesame Ladoo

Sesame Ladoo is a traditional Indian sweet made by combining roasted sesame seeds with jaggery, forming nutritious and flavorful ladoos.