Strawberry Delight Recipe

strawberry delight

A while ago, me and my friend, we had this serious obsession of skipping our lunch and eating fruits. Now, only eating fruits didn’t satiate our terrible hunger at mid-day, so we decided to whip something of our own and make it not only healthy but delicious and good looking too. Here’s what we did.


strawberry delight

Handful of strawberries.

Handful of nuts.

A bowl of fresh home-made curd.

Two spoonful of honey.


strawberry delight

  1. Cut the strawberries into halves
  2. Heat a pan and dry roast the nuts.
  3. Add honey to the nuts and let them caramelize.
  4. Let them cool a bit and then crush them.
  5. Whisk all of it together in a bowl.
  6. Cool it and eat.

strawberry delight

Once you take it out from the fridge and indulge in it, you feel a burst of flavours in your mouth, all very pleasant. I definitely like it better than a boring smoothie. This turned out to be one of our favourite snack/dessert. We still eat it guilt free and even my mother loves it. It turns out, that it does have a lot of health benefits: Check it out for yourself:

  1. Strawberries are packed with antioxidants  and helps prevent wrinkles.
  2. Curd improves digestion, boosts immunity and a substitute for lactose intolerant people.
  3. Nuts are good for heart health, reduces cholesterol, contains good fats and aids in weight loss.

Are you impressed yet?

If you are working out and you need a healthy snack, go whip a Strawberry Delight! It will provide you instant energy with necessary nutrients to recover well after a workout.

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Author: Anubha Rastogi

Anubha is a passionate storyteller by profession and an amazing cook by choice. Follow her on her Facebook pages - Anubha's Guide to Good Food and Anubha - The Storyteller.

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  1. Anubha, this looks absolutely awesome! I don’t think I can get curd here, so I need to figure out what could replace that. I am sure it will taste good anyway. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Hey Elena

    You can use packed yoghurt instead of curd. That should work well too.


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