Most of us struggle to decide what to eat for evening snacks or late night munching and end up eating packaged fried snacks loaded with refined fat. Roasted Trail mix is upto 50% low in fat as compared to traditional fried snack and a tasty alternative for snack cravings.
Roasted flattened bengal gram
Roasted green gram
Puffed pearl millet
Roasted sorghum flakes
|Nutrients||g per 100|
|Total Carbohydrates (g)||57.5|
|Total Fat (g)||16|
|Saturated Fatty Acids (g)||4|
|Monounsaturated Fatty Acids (g)||4|
|Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (g)||8|
|Trans Fat (g)||0|
1. Jowar and bajra are millets rich in iron, protein and resistant starch. Rich in antioxidants, which are believed to help lower the risk of cancer, diabetes and heart diseases, they also have low GI (<55), giving the snack good satiety value.
2. Amaranth doesn’t contain any gluten, which makes it a great choice for people who are celiac or gluten intolerant and an excellent way to boost the nutritional power of gluten-free recipes.
3. Pulses provide protein, fibre, and resistant starch, as well as a significant source of vitamins and minerals, such as iron, zinc, folate, and magnesium.
4. Adding seeds to your diet benefits your health as the seeds are an excellent source of numerous health-benefiting nutrients, dietary fiber (mucilage), minerals, antioxidants and vitamins that are essential for optimum health.