Avoid Holiday Weight Gain With These 5 Healthy Cookie Recipes

Avoid Holiday Weight Gain With These 5 Healthy Cookie Recipes

The holiday season is here! But that doesn't mean you have to load your tummy with calorie-laden stuff that will cause unpleasant belly bloat and make you pile on the pounds. Instead, there are a number of healthier ingredients you can choose that add flavour to any festival dish, including Christmas.

This Christmas, celebrate the season with some healthier diet tweaks that will help you spread holiday cheer, not cavities. Here are five low-calorie cookie recipes you must try this Christmas. They are surprisingly nutritious and can make a delicious, satisfying treat without ditching the taste.

Gingerbread cookies

These cookies are made using whole wheat flour, maple syrup, grated ginger, blackstrap molasses, baking powder, spices like cinnamon and a few other ingredients. We already know that ginger and cinnamon are not only flavourful but are loaded with health-protective properties.

Oat cookies

Instead of having regular cookies, try healthy oatmeal cookies that can provide you with fibre, protein and other essential nutrients required by your body. They are made with oats, whole wheat flour, jaggery, milk, eggs(optional), butter, etc.

Vegan peanut butter chocolate chip cookies

There are so many people who love peanut butter to maintain their health and to make their breakfast tasty, so for the peanut lover here is a cookies, which is made using peanut butter, oats, chocolate chunks, chia seeds, brown sugar, this delicious, yet, healthy recipe is a perfect treat for vegans.

Amaranth cookies

A nutritious, gluten-free grain that can give your body plenty of vitamins, such as fibre and protein and Amaranth has been linked to a number of health benefits, including increased weight loss and reduced inflammation. You can make these cookies using Amaranth flour, jaggery, almonds, ghee, cardamom powder, etc.

Chocolate peppermint cookies

You'll surely love these cookies if you are a fan of peppermint hot cocoa. The recipe uses a combination of chocolate flavour, peppermint extract, brown sugar, whole wheat flour, etc. Try making these recipes at home, and help yourself to a healthier, happier holiday season!

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