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5 Delicious Make-Ahead Iftar Snacks To Keep You Chaos Free During Ramadan

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21 May 2017

Iftar Snacks For Ramadan

Blessed and joyful as it is, the holy month of Ramadan can be a challenging time, especially when you have a hectic day. Hunger and thirst combined with a prevailing sense of restriction result in mood swings, arguments and boredom — things that are in total contradiction with the essence of fasting.

Food, as always takes up a great deal of time and effort not in just in our daily routine but in our minds too. So, instead of spending good hours trying to figure out what to cook in a cranky mood, it’s better to plan ahead.

Here is a quick rundown of some easy freezer-friendly iftar items that will keep you stress-free during the holy month of Ramadan. Less worrying means you’ll have more time to pray, meditate and follow the real purpose of fasting. These meal preps are also ideal for all working people who have zero time during weekdays.

1. Turkish chicken shish

Marinated meat, spices, sharp pickles and citrus, offset with a hint of smokiness – this chicken shish is hold-me-back delicious!

2. Cheesy chicken chilli bites

Cause you can't really go wrong with cheese bites. BONUS: You can store them for a month.

3. Philly cheesesteak egg rolls

Thinly sliced marinated steak, bell peppers, mushrooms and jalapenos blended with cheese then fried (or baked) to melty, cheesy perfection in a crunchy egg roll cocoon.

4. Spicy veggie samosas

Go ahead, take a bite: You’ll be greeted with sweet, spicy and savoury greatness. These are a surefire hit!

5. French onion pastry puffs

A little Frech touch to your iftar spread, these little flakey biscuits with French onion soup filling inside will be your go-to snack even after Ramadan.