Sweet Lassi

Soniya Husein Meghani
10 July 2017


Diet Type:Drink

Healthy Hints

Choose lower fat yoghurt such as 1% or 2% fat. No need to go fat-free; remember you need some fat in your diet to absorb fat-soluble vitamins, and you also get vitamins A and D from dairy fat. If you have diabetes, you may want to replace the sugar with a sugar substitute, or you could add only one teaspoon of sugar instead of three. Serve with a meal to help your blood glucose to rise more slowly.



100 g (3.5 oz) natural yoghurt

100 ml (3.4 fl oz) water, chilled

3 tsp sugar

ice cubes

5-6 strands saffron

What does this chart mean?

Serving Weight 200 g
  • Calories115kcal
  • Protein5.4g
  • Fat1.6g
  • Saturated fat1.0g
  • Carbohydrate20.2g
  • Sugars (Total)19.5g
  • Fibre0.0g
  • Salt0.2g


1. In a jug, add the yoghurt, water and sugar.

2. Whisk until thoroughly mixed and frothy. Ensure the sugar has dissolved completely.

2. Place the ice cubes in a tall glass and pour the lassi over the ice.

3. Garnish with the saffron and serve.

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