No-Bake Sesame Chocolate Cups — a fun twist to the winter staple sesame ladoos, these cups are a nutritious, simple fix for those sweet tooth cravings.
Baked Motichoor Rabri Parfait — velvety and creamy, this easy-to-assemble dessert features layers of cardamom-infused rabri, cottage cheese, mango pulp and crumbled ladoo.
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!