Lapsi – made with cracked wheat and cooked in ghee with jaggery syrup, this traditional Rajasthani sweet has a lovely floral aroma of saffron and cardamom.
Coconut Almond Modak — soft, melt-in-your-mouth modak (ladoo) made easy with four delicious flavors such as saffron, rose and pistachio.
Pineapple Sandesh — a fun way to serve a Bengali sweet made with cottage cheese, these donut-shaped sandesh are paired with a sweet, juicy pineapple. Garnished with fruits, saffron, lavender, this dessert is as mouth-watering as it is eye-catching!
A super quick, innovative twist to the classic Indian sweet kalakand, this cake has a layer of fresh strawberries between homemade coconut kalakand.
Atta Badam Halwa — a classic Indian dessert made quick with almond flour, this halwa comes together in just 15 minutes! With familiar hints of cardamom and saffron, there’s no doubt it’ll be a hit!
We always celebrate the beginning of Navaratri with this Badam Roti Churma! It has a lovely nutty taste and texture from the almond flour and a floral aroma from the saffron and rose. Coming together super easily, it’s perfect to offer to the Goddess during the morning pooja!
Thandai Coconut Rolls – with jaggery, thandai powder, and tutti frutti, these flaky rolls are a fun combo of two Holi classics: thandai and gujiya! Featuring warm spices and a subtle sweetness, you’re ready to celebrate Holi in style!
Rasmalai Falooda – a fusion of two beloved Indian desserts with fruits and jelly. Garnished with some edible gold, it’s the perfect way to elevate the classic flavors that are enjoyed all over India!
Orange Kheer – a fruity twist on the classic rich and velvety pudding with oranges and chenna (crumbled paneer). Flavored with cardamon and saffron, this royal dessert is perfect for the festive season!
Flavored with rose, pistachio and saffron-cardamom, these Nankhatais are a simple, yet elegant dessert for this upcoming festive season! These beautiful cookies are a memorable twist on traditional sweets that your family is sure to love for Diwali!