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Need that extra crunch in your food? Have diabetes and can’t indulge in desserts? Suffering from lactose intolerance? Want to beat obesity but still desire to eat something yummy? Are you a bodybuilder who needs energy but just doesn’t know what to eat? Want to boost your immunity?

There is one answer to sort all your dilemmas - DRY FRUITS! Yes, these amazingly delicious nutritive dynamites are infused with the natural goodness of taste and health! And the best part is that they can be combined with many ingredients to form delectable dishes. They can be used to make dips, gravies, savouries, desserts and more.

Let us look at some recipes* which include dry fruits by a large margin to add to their deliciousness:

Dry Fruits Cheela:


5 almond crushed

5 cashews crushed

3 pistachios crushed

1 spoon grated coconut

1/2 spoon fennel seed powder

1 spoon honey

1 cup milk

5 spoons of wheat flour

2 spoons of clarified butter


  • Leaving apart clarified butter, mix all ingredients in a bowl.
  • Heat a non-stick pan on high flame. Brush a little clarified butter.  
  • Span 2 ladle-full of batter around the pan. Lower the flame at this point and let it cook. 
  • Flip it and brush some more clarified butter (optional) and let it turn reddish for that extra crispness.

Fold it in half and slip it into a plate - your healthy Dry Fruits Cheela is ready to eat!

Energy Bar :


½ cup of dates (pitted)

½ cup raisins

1 cup hot water

1 cup cashews

1 cup almonds

½ cup walnuts

¼ cup pistachios

¼ cup sesame seeds

½ cup dry grated coconut

½ cup honey

½ tsp cardamom powder

¼ tsp salt

½ cup rolled oats


  • Firstly, in a bowl soak ½ cup of dates and ½ cup of raisins in 1 cup of hot water for 2 hours.
  • Blend to smooth paste without adding any water. Keep aside.
  • In a deep bottomed pan take 1 cup cashew, 1 cup almonds, ½ cup walnut, ¼ cup pistachios, and ¼ cup sesame seeds.
  • Roast on low flame for 5 minutes or until the nuts turn crunchy.
  • Further, add ½ cup dry coconut and continue to roast.
  • Transfer the roasted nuts to a bowl and keep them aside.
  • In a pan take dates and raisins paste and sauté on medium flame. Cook until the paste thickens.
  • Further, add in roasted nuts, ½ cup honey, ½ tsp cardamom powder and ¼ tsp salt.
  • Turn off the flame and mix well making sure everything is combined well.
  • Further in another pan, roast ½ cup of rolled oats on medium flame until it turns aromatic and blends to a fine powder.
  • Add oats powder to the dry fruit dates mixture. Combine well; keep mixing until the mixture thickens.
  • Transfer the prepared mixture to a greased plate lined with baking paper.
  • Set well forming a block for 1 hour in the refrigerator.
  • Now de-mould and cut into pieces.
  • Finally, serve the energy bar or store it in an airtight container for a month in the refrigerator.

Be on the move anytime with these health-packed Dry Fruits Nutrition Bars!

Dry-Fruity Milk Shake:


¼ cup almonds

¼ cup pistachios unsalted shelled

¼ cup cashews

¼ cup raisins

7 to 8 dates – chopped

3 to 4 dried figs

1 pinch saffron – optional

2.5 cups almond milk

raw sugar – optional

1 tablespoon almonds or pistachios or cashews, chopped – for garnish


  • Rinse and add all the nuts, raisins, chopped dates, figs and saffron in a blender.
  • Add ½ cup almond milk. Blend to a semi-fine or fine paste. 
  • Then add the remaining 2 cups of soy milk. You can also add raw sugar if you prefer.
  • Blend well again. Pour in glasses.
  • Garnish with a few dry almonds or pistachio slivers and serve dry fruits milkshake immediately.

This recipe is great for people who are fasting and also for children who like their milk to be flavourful. It fills the stomach quickly and for a long and imparts the best of health benefits.

Do let us know if you try any recipe we have listed above. Also, if you want us to write more such interesting and healthy dry-fruit related recipes do not hesitate to reach out to us.