10 Snacks you can enjoy with your morning tea

Nov 21, 2023

By: Ayush Mehrotra and Shagun Chaudhary


Indulge in buttery perfection with golden croissants. A heavenly blend of layers, crispy on the outside, and soft within. Your morning tea deserves this exquisite treat.

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Sprouts Chaat

Loaded with protein and fiber, sprouts chaat is a tangy, crunchy delight. Mix sprouts with chopped onions, tomatoes, green chilies, and a squeeze of lime for a refreshing bite.

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A staple in many Indian households, poha, or flattened rice, is light, nutritious, and easy to prepare. Season it with veggies, peanuts, and spices for a flavorful kick.

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Made from semolina, upma is a quick and versatile dish. Add veggies like carrots, peas, and beans along with fragrant spices for a flavorsome twist.

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A Gujarati specialty, dhokla is a steamed snack made from fermented batter. It's light on the stomach and high in protein.

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Fresh Fruits Bowl

Opt for a vibrant mix of seasonal fruits like papaya, banana, apple, and berries. They provide essential vitamins and antioxidants to boost your immunity.

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Avocado Toast

Elevate your tea time with a trendy twist. Creamy avocado spread on toasted artisanal bread, topped with a sprinkle of sea salt – a delectable, Instagram-worthy treat.

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Banana Bread

Embrace the warmth of chai spices in every slice. Banana bread, infused with aromatic chai flavors, is a comforting and satisfying choice to accompany your morning tea.

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Lemon Scones

Awaken your taste buds with these zesty delights. Tangy lemon infused into every crumb, these scones are the perfect companions for a refreshing morning tea experience..

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Granola Bars

Fuel your morning with a wholesome crunch. Packed with nuts, seeds, and a touch of sweetness, our granola bars are the ideal on-the-go snack for a busy day.

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