Ramadan is the month of blessings and one of the best parts is the time when you break your fast with a refreshing glass of juice and gulp down all the worries and stresses of the day. But before you could aim for sugary sodas or something worse, we would recommend you to take a look at the following drinks which you can meal prep Dubai along the way:
Jallab is one of the most popular drinks enjoyed all over UAE and all for the right reasons. This refreshing drink is made from dates and grape molasses mixed with rose water and cubes of ice. This drink rarely contains any artificial sweeteners but instead they are extremely healthy and tastes just as amazing.
- Coconut water
Coconut water is one of the most amazing organic drinks that you can aim for and there are no doubts or questions on its brilliance. Coconut water is full of vitamins and minerals along with electrolytes – exactly what your body needs after a day of dehydration. It is also good for pre diabetic patients as it does not spike your sugar and insulin levels.
- Amar al Din
Dried apricot with apricot paste mixed water is exactly as ravishing as it sounds. Amar Al Din is a Middle Eastern drink enjoyed by people because of its properties of helping in digestion and regulating metabolism which is something that most of us need after having loads of oily snacks and junk.
- Dates and milk
Dates and milk is the classical choice out there for all of us as they combine two of the healthiest ingredients out there in one single drink helping you in providing an immediate boost of energy that we believe almost everyone needs. Try soaking dates in milk a few hours before you prepare the drink so that it becomes easier to blend them together.
- Fruit juice
While smoothies are a good option, fresh fruit juice is better for those who would like to refrain from lactose as milk drinks can sometimes become a little heavy on stomach. Iced fresh juice with healthy food delivered Dubai would be the perfect iftaar which you want.
If these drinks don’t sound awesome then we believe water will always work and still keep you hydrated – it just won’t be as ravishing as you would expect it to be.