7 Quick & Easy Recipes To Make Using Dry Fruits And Nuts

Are you looking for a delicious and easy way to incorporate dry fruits and nuts into your diet? We have 7 quick and easy recipes using a variety of dry fruits and nuts. Whether you're looking for a healthy snack on the go or a tasty meal, these recipes have got you covered.

With Farmley's wide variety of premium quality, adulteration-free products, you can trust that you're getting the best ingredients for your meals. Let's get cooking! 

Banana-Raisin Smoothie 

This creamy and delicious smoothie is a perfect wholesome breakfast that can be whipped up in minutes. Blend a ripe banana, yoghurt (dairy or non-dairy), and a handful of raisins until smooth. Top it up with chopped Turkish Apricots or Almonds and Kaaju for that extra bite. This smoothie is rich in potassium, vitamins, and minerals.

Trail Mix

Do you find yourself reaching out to fried snacks and empty calories mid-meals? We have a nutritious and healthy option that will solve all your cravings! Dry roast Almonds, Cashews, Pumpkin seeds, and Chia seeds in the oven or a pan on slow heat. Cool them, and add Chopped Afghan Anjeer. Mix in raisins and dates for a sweet bite and drizzle with cinnamon for that flavorful punch. Make sure to pack them in small jars or packs that you can carry around.

Energy Bites

Mix equal parts nuts such as chopped Premium California Almonds or Crunchy Cashews, Pumpkin seeds, dates, and raisins. Add a spoonful of honey or maple syrup for sweetness, and mix until well combined. Roll the mixture into balls and store in the fridge for a tasty snack. These Energy Bites with high fibre, heart-healthy fat, and protein-rich balls are a no-guilt treat. 

Nut Butter

This versatile Recipe is an easy and convenient method to up your meal game. Nut butter can be spread on slices of bread, and chapatis or used as a dip. Slow roast nuts of your choice, for a deeper taste. Use a combination of nuts like Kaju and Almonds. Let them cool, and add a pinch of salt. Grind until smooth.   

You can play with textures and flavours, add cocoa for that chocolaty deliciousness or throw in dates for that hint of sweetness. If you prefer a bite to your spread keep it chunky. Store in a jar and keep dipping into it for a protein-rich spread loaded with vitamins and other nutrients.

Breakfast Granola Bowls

A smoothie bowl is a great way to get your daily dose of fruits and nutrients. Blend your favourite fruits with a little bit of milk (dairy or non-dairy) until smooth. Pour the mixture into a bowl and top with your favourite whole grain cereal, dry fruits, and nuts, such as chopped almonds, Apricots, Cranberries, and Raisins.

Garnish with a spoonful of Chia seeds. This antioxidant-rich, full of Fiber, low-cholesterol superfood  Smoothie Bowl will keep you full and provide sustained energy till your next meal. 

Spinach Salad with Raisins, Prunes, and Cashews

Has it ever occurred to you that nuts would taste good in a salad? With this Recipe, salads will become your go-to meal. Mix a few handfuls of spinach with raisins, Prunes, and chopped cashews. For the dressing, mix olive oil, red wine vinegar, and a pinch of salt and pepper. Drizzle the dressing over the salad and toss to coat.

Strawberry-Cashew Milkshake

Fresh strawberries, milk (dairy or non-dairy), and a handful of cashews in a blender until smooth. For a thicker milkshake, add a few scoops of vanilla ice cream to the blender. Top it up with slices of strawberry and chunks of Kaaju. This thick milkshake can be used as a frosting for Cakes and pancakes.


Incorporating dry fruits and nuts into your diet is a delicious and convenient way to add extra nutrients to your meals. From energy bites and trail mix for a quick snack to smoothie bowls for Breakfast to Milkshakes for dessert, the options are endless.

Farmley's wide variety of premium quality, adulteration-free dry fruits, and nuts make it easy to find the perfect ingredients for these Recipes.


Q: Can I use different types of nuts in these Recipes?

A: Yes, feel free to mix and match different types of nuts like Kaaju, and dry fruits like Anjeer in these Recipes for a variety of textures and flavours. 

Q: Can these Recipes be made vegetarian or vegan? 

A: These Recipes can easily be made vegetarian or vegan by using non-dairy milk and yoghurt. Apricots, Cranberry, and Kaaju are vegan and are a delicious addition to cakes and breakfast bowls. 

Q: Can these Recipes be made in advance?

A: Yes, these Recipes can be made in advance and stored in the refrigerator or freezer, and used for Breakfast or any other time of the day without any hassle.


It is also suggested that you consult your dietician or physician for your consumption patterns and recommended dietary allowances.