healthy oats mango dates fudge

Healthy Mango fudge with Oats and Dates

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First of all congratulations to all those lovely expecting mommy’s,this is really a great and wonderful news.I know as a mom that pregnancy is a time of various cravings
and its very important that you choose healthy food for you and your babies.One of friend who is also my regular reader requested me to post few yummy and irrestible quick recipes
which you can have during pregnancy.Since its a season of Mango i wanted to try something with mango which will add a fantastic flavor to this healthy fudge which is made of
oats and dates. Oats are highly rich source of iron and dates are very rich sources of proteins, fiber and many vitamins, while being very low in fat. Both Oats and dates are energy boosters.
You can prepare this fudge and preserve them in a refrigerator and whenever you feel like munching , just open the refrigerator and there you are ,
the yummy mango oats fudge ready to treat you 🙂
try this recipe momma’s to be and let me know how did you find it.Also you can feed this fudge to your kids ,its a very healthy energy booster for them as well 🙂
So watch out this healthy yet delicious recipe of Mango fudge with Oats and Dates.

Preparation time : 15 mins
Cooking time ; Nil


1/2 cup fresh Mango pulp(Alphonsos or Kesar)
1 cup dates unseeded
1/2 cup Almond powder
1 cup Oats
2 tbsp honey
1 tbsp Milk
dessicated coconut unsweetened
1 tsp Ghee,to grease the tray

to garnish:

dessicated coconut unsweetened

Directions || How to prepare Mango fudge with Oats and Dates

Add 2 tsp of ghee in a pan and add oats to it.

Roast the oats till it turns dark brown.Don’t over roast the oats.

In a food processor , process all the ingredients.

Blend all the ingredients together until desire consistency.

Take the mixture out in the tray, grease the tray with ghee.

Set aside for 1 hr.You can even refrigerate for 1-2 hrs if you don’t have much time.

You can cut it into rectangular/square or you can even make round balls of it.It can be stored for 2-3 days if refrigerated.

For garnishing sprinkle coconut powder .

Why this recipe is great for expectant Mums

Did you know many cultures and believe dates are a fantastic food to eat while pregnant.
A study from the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2011 found the following effects for date eaters too:

First stage labour was shorter
83% of those whom ate dates had their amniotic sac in place at admission (This can reduce the chance of infection).
Cervical dilatation at hospital admission was higher in mothers that ate dates.
Cesarian rate was slightly smaller in the date eating group

Please note the women in the study ate between 3 – 7 dates daily.

It is always essential to remember that anything you consume should be held in moderation. The same applies to dates, and you should only have a handful a day, not more.

Have a word with your doctor and once you get the go-ahead, prepare this delicious and healthy fudge and share your views with me in the comment section below 🙂


Mango Malai in Coconut boat

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The dessert ‘Rasmalai’ is known to have immense popularity not only in India,but also around the world.Rasmalai is also known as roshomalai or rashmalai.

Since Rasmalai and Mango both are my husband’s favorite , i wanted to try something new using the combination of the both.
This recipe is inspired from one of the TV show “Bacha party”,i have given slight twist to the recipe.
I have used “Gits” packet of rasmalai and mango pulp as well as ½ coconut shell for garnishing. .Not only my kids but my husband too loved the presentation and
they were excited to finish them all. Hope your family will enjoy it too.

So check out this different mango malai ; served in a coconut boat

Preparation Time : 15 mins
Cooking Time : 15 – 20 mins
Serves : 8


1 Gits Rasmalai packet
¼ cup mango pulp
2 – 3 tbsp rice flour
1 tbsp ghee
500 litre milk
1 tsp of cardamom powder

For Sugar Syrup

¼ cup suar

For garnish

Cherries as required
Decorative mango piece arranged on a toothpick
½ coconut shell

Direction || How to prepare Mango malai

To prepare Mango balls

Add 1 tsp of ghee in a bowl and add Gits Rasmalai packet Pouch ‘A’

Add mango pulp in a bowl and mash all the ingredients together to form a soft dough

Add rice flour to bind the dough together.

Now make small balls out of the prepared dough and keep it on a plate.

To prepare Sugar syrup

To make sugar syrup in a pan add water and sugar and let it melt.

Now put the prepared mango balls in the sugar syrup and give it a boil.

Once cooked remove on a plate.

To prepare Rasmalai

Heat the 500 litre of milk in a broad non-stick pan milk and once the milk starts boiling empty content of Pouch ‘B’ bring it to a boil.

Add little sugar syrup and cardamom powder and mix well.

Remove from the fire.

For garnishing
In a coconut shell add the Rasmalai and then add cooked mango balls in it.

Garnish with cherry and decorative mango piece arranged on a toothpick.