Three sweet and nutritious treats to break your fast during Ramadan

No-cook, no-fuss dishes to make for Ramadan.
April 5, 2022 9:00 a.m. EST

As Ramadan, comes to an end, Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid al-Fitr, a day of gathering with friends and family and feasting following a month of fasting. To celebrate, registered dietitian Shahzadi Devje shared three incredibly decadent dishes to break the fast and end Ramdan on a sweet note this year. 

Orange-scented dates and yogurt parfaits

Combine healthy and delicious with this unique dish. Made with only six ingredients and 10 minutes of prep, you can make this at home in no time. Plus, these parfaits are full of protein and fibre, with a dash of maple syrup to make them perfectly sweet and nutritious. 

Kesar mango chia phirni (pudding)

This spinoff of the classic Desi pudding is made with mango, chia seeds, and milk—plus it's infused with saffron. It's high in protein and requires no cooking. 

Pistachio apricot ladoos

If you're looking for a healthy and easy-to-make snack, look no further than these vegan pistachio ladoos! These yummy bite-sized snacks only required three ingredients and take five minutes to make. 

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