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From baked masala peanuts to mint makhana, 5 healthy snacks to munch on during tea break

06:58 PM Nov 10, 2022 IST | APN Live
from baked masala peanuts to mint makhana  5 healthy snacks to munch on during tea break

Tea is the soul of Indian beverages. There’s no better thing than a hot cup of tea amid the daily hustle-bustle of life. The beverage has great value not only in India but also in several countries including China, Turkey, the United Kindom, Ireland, and others.


What adds a sense of happiness to a hot cup of tea is something salty and spicy as complementary. However, diet freak tea lovers have a hard time relishing snacks with their cup of tea.

Munching on snacks like fries and chips gives you short-term satisfaction. Have you ever noticed that ten minutes after eating such snacks, you’re still hungry? You subsequently find yourself overeating. It’s a never-ending circle.


But, you can end the cycle. We have brought you some healthy options that can complement your hot cup of tea. Spend your tea time eating wholesome snacks that will keep you fuller for longer.

Baked masala peanuts

Baked Masala Peanut, is a healthier alternative to deep frying. Add this spicy treat to your list of healthy chai time snack because it takes no time to put together and result in a delicious crunchy snack all done in the oven.



✔ requires very little preparation and is incredibly simple to put together.

✔ remains fresh for weeks in an airtight container.

✔It is both vegan and gluten-free.

✔makes a fantastic chai time snack.

Flax Seed Multigrain Crackers

A crunchy healthy tea time snack made with multigrain flours, flax seeds and sesame seeds.


✔ low-calorie snacks

✔ healthy, very tasty and easy to make.

✔ contains multi-grains, flax seeds, sesame and herbs.

✔ crispy cracker along with a masala tea is the best combo for a perfect tea time break with your family.

Bitter gourd chips

Bitter gourd is a bitter vegetable but it’s healthy at the same time. A tasty and crunchy snack made in an air fryer, bitter gourd crisps or Karela chips. It is the best munch on for tea time.


✔Karela or bitter gourd has long been a staple for diabetics in India since it is thought to control blood sugar.

✔It may aid in lowering the body’s harmful cholesterol levels.

✔contains a lot of antioxidants, which help to make your skin and hair healthier.

✔Bitter gourd’s antibacterial and antioxidant properties aid in blood purification and the removal of toxins from the body.

Baked methi mathri

Baked methi mathri is a healthier version of the traditional mathri. This healthy cracker can help you mute the hunger pangs during your tea time. The Savory Crackers are flavoured with salt, carom seeds, dried fenugreek leaves and a bunch of other spices. It is easy to make and a healthier alternative to fried ones.


✔oil free and made with healthy stuff.

✔tasty and salt flavoured

✔ low calorie

✔best enjoyed with tea

Mint makhana

The Mint Makhana holds a refreshing & tangy flavour with a fabulous combination of mint and chaat masala. This roasted mint-flavoured makhana (lotus seed or fox nut) is an ideal snack, and they indeed work well for evening chai time snack break.


✔mint gives a refreshing flavour

✔ chaat masala adds a spicy treat

✔ it is very healthy

✔ roasting adds more crispiness and crunch

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