I was struggling to give this dish a name because it shares similarity with a good few. For a start I was inspired by the traditional poli recipe and thought it will be a good idea to stuff something sweet. Then to make it healthy, it has to be using whole wheat flour. As I normally make a big batch of chapatti dough and always refrigerate some, I thought if I made something with the same dough it will be less of a hassle. Then it was pretty much like a sweet paratha that I was hoping to make. As my key customer for this dish would be my wee one, I knew sweet would go down better but me being me, I cannot make it too sweet especially with added sugar. I was hoping that if it went down well, it could be a quick snack or even breakfast item as the dough was usually readily available in the fridge. This could serve as a great dessert for adults as well. You may want to serve this with a splash of honey or date syrup or maple syrup. I chose to keep the ingredients as healthy as possible and hence included almonds and dry fruits. You could add some desiccated coconut if you like. Here is how I made this healthy sweet. It could also make a nice after school snack for older kids. I made very little quantity and depending on how many you like to serve just take bit more ingredients, it does not have to be exact science.
1-2 dates chopped
Less than a teaspoon brown sugar
Few currants or raisins chopped
A teaspoon of apple butter for every paratha
Few drops of ghee
Mix together the almond powder, dates, currants/raisins and sugar