Khubani Apricot

Khubani Apricot

Khubani Apricot

Khubani is a dried fruit that is native to Afghanistan.

It has a sweet, tangy flavor and is often used in desserts.

It is found in most Afghan markets or any Dry fruit store.

 We have the premium version of this dried fruit.

Khubani Apricot

They are a type of dried fruit that is native to Afghanistan.

They have a sweet, tangy flavor and are often used in desserts. 

It is found in most Afghan markets.

They are a tasty vegan dry fruit source of fiber.

It can be consumed directly or used in recipes such as laddu, apricot almond laddu, kheer, or muffins.

Khubani Means dried apricot in the Afghan Language

If you are looking for a delicious, healthy snack, look no further than apricots!

Khubani Nutritional facts per 100 grams serving.

Calories- 250

Total fat- 0.4 g

Saturated fat- 0.1 g

Cholesterol- 0 mg

Total carbohydrates- 62 g

Dietary fiber- 7 g

Protein- 4 g

Vitamin A- 15% Vitamin C- 8%

Calcium- 6% Iron- 10%

The khubani is a variety of apricot that is native to Afghanistan.

It is often used in desserts because of its sweet, tangy flavor. 

They are a healthy snack as they are high in vitamins and minerals.

 It is a good vegan source of fiber.

It can be consumed or used in recipes such as apricot bread, kheer, laddu base, barfi, cakes, or muffins.

Health Benefits of Khubani:

1. They are a lip-smacking sweet, tangy natural source of vitamins and minerals.

2. They are also a sweet, tangy dry fruit source of fiber.

3. It can be eaten or used in recipes such as kheer, Paysum, Laddu, chocolate, or muffins.

4. Low in calories and fat.

5. Good source of antioxidants.

6. Lower cholesterol levels.

7. Regulate blood sugar levels.

8. Vegan source of dietary fiber.

9. Promote digestive health.

10. It can help to boost the immune system.

Eating them is a great way to get your daily dose of vitamins and minerals.

They are also a naturally vegan source of fiber. 

It can be eaten as is or used in recipes such as apricot bread or muffins.

Khubani during pregnancy

Eating dried fruits like this during pregnancy is a great way to get your daily dose of vitamins and minerals.

Dried fruits are also a good vegan natural source of fiber. 

They can be eaten or used in pregnancy recipes such as Fig & apricot shake, tropical fruit bytes, Apricot and Oats Bliss balls, red lentils, Potato & apricot sweet balls, Qubani ka Meetha, Mapple Apricot Quinoa Granola, or muffins.

It is high in vitamin A, essential for developing the baby’s eyes, skin, and immune system.

They are also a good vegan source of iron which is important for producing red blood cells.

Eating this during pregnancy can help to regulate blood sugar levels and promote digestive health.

Consume in moderation as dried fruits are high in calories.

Khubani during Breastfeeding

Dried fruits such as this are a great way to get your daily dose of vitamins and minerals.

Dried fruits are also a vegan source of fiber. It can be consumed directly or used in recipes such as apricot bread or muffins.

It is high in vitamin A, essential for the baby’s eyes, skin, and immune system.

They are also a good source of iron which is important for producing red blood cells.

Eating them during breastfeeding can help to regulate blood sugar levels and promote digestive health.

It is consumed in moderation as dried fruits are high in calories.

Khubani for kids

Dried fruits such as these are great for kids to get their daily dose of vitamins and minerals. 

They are also a vegan dry fruit source of fiber.

It can be eaten or used in multiple recipes such as tropical balls, Apricot Laddus, barfi, or muffins.

They are high in potassium, copper, dietary fiber, iron, niacin, and vitamin E, essential for a child’s development.

Khubani Glycemic Index 30

The glycemic index measures how quickly a food raises blood sugar levels.

Foods with a high glycemic index are generally high in carbohydrates and raise blood sugar levels quickly.

Foods with a low glycemic index are generally lower in carbohydrates and raise blood sugar levels more slowly.

They have a glycemic index of 30, which means they are considered low-glycemic food.

It means they are less likely to cause spikes in blood sugar levels.

They are a good choice for people trying to control their blood sugar levels.

How to store Khubani

Dried fruits are stored in a cool, dry place. Dried fruits are also a good source of fiber.

The best time to have them is in the morning or evening as a snack.

You can also add them to your breakfast cereal or oatmeal.

They make a great addition to trail mix or yogurt.

When stored properly, It can last up to 6 months.

To store them 

They are a healthy snack as they are high in vitamins and minerals.

They are also a tasty dried fruit vegan source of fiber.

So what are you waiting for? Start snacking on them today! Please keep them in an airtight container in a cool, dry place.

Khubani Recipes