Dates, especially dry dates, are high in nutrients. Dates are abundant in calories, especially carbohydrates (74 grammes), and carbs account for the majority of the calories in dates. The rest is made up of a tiny quantity of protein. It also includes a variety of vital vitamins and minerals, as well as fibre. Fibre can help you avoid constipation, which is good for your digestive health. Dates are well-known for their high antioxidant content, which can help with cardiac and pulmonary health, making them one of the best heart-healthy foods.
Try this Date Tahini Milk by @kids.food.ideas and get your kids to have the benefits of fibres and calcium from the milk.
How To Make
- Soak Dates for 10 Minutes or microwave it for 20 seconds.
- Remove seeds from dates.
- In a blender add all the ingredients and blend to get a smooth puree. Add sugar if required.
- Pour it into glasses and top it up with sesame seeds.