Unexpected guests, prasad for the pooja, sweet craving… reasons to make desserts are plenty but the time need not be. Here is a collection of recipes for all such situations. Here is an array of recipes that includes cold dessert, halwa, ladoo etc. The best part is that these recipes do not call for many ingredients. The desserts can be fixed with whatever is generally available in the pantry. You may try these recipes when you are in a jiffy but believe me you will return to them even when you have enough time to prepare your dessert!
What is malai ladoo? Malai ladoo is a mildly sweet Indian sweet that is very soft and “melts in the mouth” with the hints of kewra and cardamom. It is made up of cottage cheese (paneer) and condensed milk and is very quick and easy to ...View Recipe
What is fruit curd? A delicious combination of yogurt and fruits is fruit curd. It is a very simple and quick dessert recipe. I love this dessert recipe as it comes into being in no time, can be customized, looks so class...View Recipe
What is Chocolate covered Cookie? A soft and delicious cookie coated with chocolate and decorated with simple sprinkles is a chocolate covered cookie. It is a very simple recipe and can be prepared in no time. You can use any cookies and chocolate of your choice. In this recipe, I have use...View Recipe
What is Petha Pudding Recipe? Petha Pudding Recipe is a very simple and easy yet distinct dessert. Petha is a sweet made from pumpkin. It is easily available and that too in a variety and at economical prices. And petha ki kheer is a very interesting and innovative way to use petha. This r...View Recipe
What is Sooji Halwa? Sooji Halwa is a semolina (sooji) based Indian Sweet dish. We can be made by using only four ingredients. Suji ka halwa is usually made on any festivals or pooja. There are many variations in sooji ka halwa recipe and the name of this dish. This is an excellent recipe...View Recipe
What is Aamras? Aamras is a delicious and smooth puree of mango. The word Aamras is the combination of two words i.e. Aam and Ras which means mango and juice respectively. But I would not go by the literal meaning because Aamras has a consistency to fall for. It is thick and smoooooth (smo...View Recipe
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