9 Delicious Ways to Add Dry Fruits & Nuts to Your Diet

9 Delicious Ways to Add Dry Fruits & Nuts to Your Diet

1. Fruit Salad

A fruit salad is a classic and easy way to get more dry fruits into your diet. Just mix your favorite fruits, such as raisins, dates, prunes, dried apricots, dried cherries, and cranberries, with fresh fruits like mangoes, pineapples, and kiwis for a flavorful and healthy treat.

Fruit Salad

2. Granola Bars

Granola bars are an easy snack or on-the-go breakfast option that can easily be made with dry fruits like date pieces, raisins, and walnuts. Simply mix it all with oats and dates syrup for delicious chewy treats full of vitamins and minerals.

3. Oatmeal Breakfast Bites

Oatmeal breakfast bites are a great way to kickstart the day with something easy to make and energizing! Just combine rolled oats with dry fruits such as figs or chopped dates and other ingredients like chia seeds and almond butter for a tasty grab-and-go nutritious snack.

4. Toasted Muesli

Muesli is a traditional European cereal with grains, nuts, and dried fruit such as raisins or dates for extra sweetness. Enjoy it cold in the morning, or try toasting chopped walnuts and hazelnuts before adding to your muesli mixture for an extra crunchy texture!

Toasted Muesli

5. Chocolate Date Swirl Bread

Chocolate date swirl bread combines both sweet & decadent flavors that are perfect for snacking on when hunger strikes! Simply combine pitted dates (or any dry fruit of your choice) and dark chocolate chips into a bread dough base before baking into bread loaves or muffins – enjoy warm out of the oven!

6. Power Balls

Power balls are no-bake treats you can make using ingredients such as nuts, seeds, and coconut flakes – all held together by sticky sweeteners like date paste - plus added fiber from dry fruit like apricots or dried cranberries that give these treats their signature chewy texture!

Power Balls

7. Trail Mixes/Energy Bites

Mix up some trail mixes or energy bites at home by mixing different types of nuts, such as almonds & cashews, plus seeds like pumpkin & sunflower seeds, along with chunks of dried cherries & blueberries for added flavor – once done, mix them up until everything is well combined then store in the refrigerator until ready to eat!

8. Overnight Oats Jar

Overnight jars provide an easy make-ahead meal you can grab on your way out the door – just soak some oats overnight mixed in almond milk (or any type of liquid), and add in our favorite toppings, which could include any combination of chia seeds, sunflower seeds & slivered almonds & topped off with slices of apples for added sweetness - giving you endless ways to customize according to each month’s seasonal produce lineup!

9. Fruit Smoothies

Smoothie bowls are one popular way to incorporate dry fruit flavors—just blend up frozen banana slices or other frozen berries (for thickness) with almond milk(or liquid alternative!), slowly adding dates (or other chopped dry fruits!) until reach desired sweetness level -- top with favorite munches (made with seasonal produce!), coconut flakes & mixed dry fruits--enjoying guilt-free smoothie bliss at the same time!

In conclusion, adding dry fruits and nuts to your diet can be an easy and delicious way to get a nutrient boost. Not only do they provide essential vitamins and minerals, but they make for a delicious snack as well.

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You can add them to salads, smoothies, and oatmeal or simply eat them alone. Plus, you don’t have to worry about them going bad too quickly – just store them in airtight containers for the freshest taste.

If you’re looking to stay healthy without sacrificing flavor or convenience, consider getting creative with these superfoods!

Be Blessed!
Nalini Murthy

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