5 Healthier Things To Hog On When You're Not In The Mood For Salad

    Eating healthy is a struggle we deal with on a daily basis, especially when we make plans to go out. What if we were to tell you you didn’t have to order that portion of fried chicken swimming in a pool of oil?

    We identified five {relatively} healthy dishes at our favourite cafes which also won’t send your taste buds into depression

    Skinny Pizza At Rose Cafe

    Rose Cafe has invented something revlutionary – the skinny pizza. They have this in a bunch of options including Greek Salad pizza, Chicken Caesar Salad pizza and Sun-dried Tomato, Roasted Garlic and Goat Cheese. We could get on board this healthy train.

    If you’re tempted to cheat {and we don’t blame you}, go for the Dark Chocolate Gelato, the Lemon Curd Waffles and the Bacon Jalapeno Cheese Tarts.

    #LBBTip: Cafe Diva also does a stellar gluten-free pizza made out of millet.

    Vegan Noodles From Pho King Awesome

    Pho King Awesome

    Pho King Awesome

    Greater Kailash - 1, Delhi

    These vegan gluten-free noodles come with generous amounts of crunchy peanuts, shiitake mushrooms, carrots and zucchini. We hear these are quite the rage with the weight watchers. And for good reason: They’re yum. They’re also 100 per cent fat free, we’re told.

    Ragi Pancakes At Cafe Lota

    Cafe Lota

    Pragati Maidan, Delhi

    In our opinion, anything ragi is just great for us. And Cafe Lota knows how to make it tasty too. Their millet pancakes with bananas make for the perfect breakfast. We always feel more ready than usual to face the day post a helping.

    PS: You could also check out the multigrain waffles at The Smoothie Factory. They come up with fun toppings like caramel, chocolate chips, blueberry and peanut butter.

    Wheat Momo From Brown Sugar

    Brown Sugar

    Greater Kailash - 1, Delhi

    Brown Sugar may not be the place you hit up when you’re on a diet but their momo make for a pretty great healthy-ish snack. They ditch the regular flour and use wholewheat; they’re also available in a bunch of variants such as soya, mushroom, paneer and corn, fish and chicken.

    We’d lay off the mayo and stick to their Schezwan sauce.

    Wholewheat Pasta At Diggin

    Diggin

    Anand Lok, Delhi

    Unless you’re going for a cheese-laden Carbonara, the wholewheat pasta at Diggin can be a pretty healthy substitute for most meals. We nominate the Primavera and the Alio Oglio.

    For a list of healthy food deliveries, click here.