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Balancing Flavor and Health | Diabetes-Friendly Kacche Aam Ki Kheer Recipe

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कच्चे आम की खीर

Craving a delectable diabetes-friendly dessert? We’re here to your rescue! Kacche Aam Ki Kheer captures the essence of green mangoes and offers a unique blend of sweet and tangy flavours. It’s a beloved dessert, especially in regions where mangoes are abundant, and it’s enjoyed during festivals and special occasions.

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Kacche Aam Ki Kheer, also known as Mango Rice Pudding, is a delightful Indian dessert that combines the goodness of ripe mangoes with the creamy comfort of rice pudding. This dessert is especially well-suited for individuals with diabetes because it’s prepared with diabetic-friendly ingredients and controlled sugar levels.

Kacche Aam Ki Kheer | A Guilt-Free Dessert Recipe

You do not have to hold back on your sweet cravings if you have diabetes. Kacha aam and dry fruits make a delicious kheer when cooked with milk. Check out the healthy recipe below-

Preparation Time – 30 minutes

Cooking Time – 1 hour 30 minutes

Serves – 4 portions


  • Green Raw Mango 100 gm
  • Milk (Low Fat Skimmed) 500 ml
  • Cashews 20 gm
  • Almonds 20 gm
  • Sweetener (Stevia) 2 tsp
  • Ghee 1 tsp


  • Grate the mangoes and wash them thoroughly with running water.
  • Par boil the grated mango (discard the boiling water and wash again).
  • Heat ghee in a pan and saute the parboiled mangoes. Keep them aside.
  • Heat milk in another pot, cook and reduce till it’s half.
  • Add the chopped cashews and almonds to the milk.
  • After the milk is reduced to half, add the cooked mangoes.
  • Lower the heat and add sweetener to your liking.
  • Cook for another 10 minutes.
  • Serve chilled.

This dessert tastes great and makes for a healthy rice kheer alternative. Top it with chopped and roasted almonds/ cashews. This low-calorie and high-protein dessert is best enjoyed alone as a snack. Do not include main meals, as your overall calorie intake may go up. Nuts included in the kheer are rich in Omega 3 and also good for your heart and reducing cholesterol levels.

Disclaimer :

It is crucial to monitor your blood sugar levels using a smartphone-connected glucometer on a regular basis. If you feel doubtful about whether or not you should consume a particular item, you should do a quick sugar check before and after you consume it.

Being a person with diabetes, you can enjoy your favourite treats by making sure that you keep the portion size in check. Overindulging can lead to a spike in your sugar levels. It’s important to discuss with your physician how a food item can affect your blood glucose levels. If you have any doubts about what you can include as a part of your diabetes diet, you should always speak to your doctor or health coach.

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