Looking for healthy, Weight Watchers-friendly Indian snacks to keep you satisfied on the go? Look no further! These tasty options are perfect for those following a Weight Watchers plan.

1.Roasted Chana (Chickpeas) – Roast a handful of chana (chickpeas) in the oven or on a stovetop with a sprinkle of chaat masala, salt, and a touch of olive oil or mustard oil. They are a good source of protein and fiber.A handful of roasted chana contains around 100-150 calories.

2.Almond Energy Bars – Make your own energy bars by combining dates, almonds, and a spoonful of almond butter in a food processor. Process until well blended, press the mixture into a baking dish, refrigerate until firm, and cut into bars. These bars are rich in nutrients and provide a quick energy boost on the go.On average, a homemade almond energy bar can contain around 150-200 calories per bar.

3.Roasted Makhana (Fox Nuts) – Roast makhana with a drizzle of ghee or dry roast them until crispy. Sprinkle them with a pinch of salt, black pepper, and chaat masala for a satisfying and low-calorie snack.A serving of roasted makhana around 28 grams typically contains approximately 100-120 calories.

4.Sattu Drink – Sattu is a nutritious flour made from roasted chickpeas. Mix a few tablespoons of sattu with water, a pinch of black salt, roasted cumin powder, and lemon juice. Shake well and carry it in a bottle for a refreshing and protein-packed drink.A glass of sattu drink is about to 100-150 calories.

5.Coconut Energy Balls – Make a mixture of desiccated coconut, roasted chana dal (split Bengal gram), dates, and a pinch of cardamom powder. Roll them into small energy balls and carry them for a sweet and energizing snack.One medium-sized coconut energy ball contains approximately 60-80 calories.

6.Dates and Nuts – Prepare a small container with a mix of chopped dates, almonds, cashews, and pistachios. It’s a convenient and energy-boosting snack that provides a good balance of natural sweetness and healthy fats.A small container of this can provide around 150-200 calories.

7.Masala Puffed Rice (Murmura) Take some puffed rice and toss it with chopped green chilies, couple drops of mustard oil, peanuts, mint leaves and a sprinkle of chaat masala. It’s a light and flavorful snack that requires no cooking and is perfect for munching on during a journey.A serving of masala puffed rice can contain approximately 100-120 calories.

8.Mini Vegetable Sandwiches– Prepare mini sandwiches with whole wheat bread, sliced cucumbers, tomatoes, and a spread of mint chutney. They are easy to pack, satisfying, and provide a good dose of fiber and nutrients.A mini vegetable sandwich can range from 70 -100 calories.

9.Steamed Moong Dal Dhokla – Make a nutritious dhokla by steaming a batter made from moong dal (yellow lentils) and spices. Cut it into squares and enjoy it on the go. Dhokla is light, low in calories, and packed with protein.A square piece of moong dal dhokla (approximately 1 inch x 1 inch) contains around 30-40 calories.


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