Ramadan 2022: Fasting or not, you got to try these yummy dark chocolate dates

Published on: 30 March 2022, 12:06 pm IST
As the month of Ramadan is approaching, it's a perfect reason to try this chocolate dates recipe with peanut butter filled center.
Shifa Khan
Here’s a simple way to make chocolate dipped dates! Image Courtesy: Shutterstock
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The holy month of Ramadan is almost here. It is the time to feel gratitude for just being able to enjoy the wonderful life, food, and relationships that make us. To enjoy the little things in life is necessary for your emotional and mental well-being too. However, a lot of well-being starts from the tummy, and keeping it happy and healthy is necessary as well!

People who fast during the month of Ramadan wait for the Iftar time which is a meal that is served to break the fast. And to do it, the healthier way, people break it by eating a date first. Dates contain a high amount of B-complex vitamins, which are critical for certain bodily functions, like transforming the food we eat into energy. Therefore, it makes it a perfect food to break the fast with.

To make the most of this beautiful month, celebrity nutritionist Pooja Makhija shared her own chocolate-dipped date recipe. The recipe she shared in a video on her Instagram looks yummy and so healthy with a gooey center filled with peanut butter!

Calling it a perfect way to break your fast, she captioned her video, “With the holy month of Ramadan coming soon, this nut butter rich date can be our healthy iftar!”

Peanut butter can very well boost your stamina in Ramadan. Image courtesy: Shutterstock

It’s simple and fun to make and will be the perfect addition to your ‘Iftar Dastarkhwan’. This beautiful dish will not only make for a yummy beginning for Iftar but it is a guilt-free indulgence too.

Here’s the chocolate-dipped date recipe for Ramadan:

Ingredients

Big dates (Medjool or Omani)
Peanut butter
Crushed peanut bits
Dark chocolate

Preparation

  1. Slit the dates to deseed them.
  2. Fill the peanut butter into a bag and pipe them inside the dates.
  3. Sprinkle some crushed peanuts on top.
  4. Melt a bar of dark chocolate.
  5. Lightly dip the dates into the chocolate.
  6. Sprinkle more peanut bits on top.
  7. Freeze overnight and enjoy it at iftar time.

Check out her video here:

Try this recipe and be sure to impress everyone in the family, especially the kids! Get together, enjoy your iftar meals this Ramadan and strengthen your family bonds. This recipe can be the star of your Iftar parties too!

Shifa Khan

An aesthete and a skincare junkie, Shifa spends most of her time cooking delish food while wearing a sheet mask. At HealthShots, she creates high-octane content that can leave you all a little intrigued!

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