A wildly popular dessert that‘s found at any Rajasthani wedding and at sawan ki teej. It’s best had with warm milk.
My mom used to makes this as a treat when I got good marks in tests at school.
A fancy dish of soaked rice, milk and nuts.
It takes only 5 ingredients to make this fabulously creamy ice cream. Before freezing, you can also add crushed biscuits, nuts, chocolate chips, coconut or any other of your favourites!
Condensed milk and cream combine beautifully for this super flavourful kulfi. You could add a few drops of rose water or ground pistachios on top.
The traditional recipe for this ‘cooked cream’ from the Piedmont region of Italy, is made with rich cream. This lighter version, served with a pretty strawberry compote, is delightfully smooth and creamy yet much lower in fat. Prepare it the day before serving, if possible.
Milk and cinnamon cooked into a thick, sweet custard. This is a famous dessert from Spain, a cousin of the French 'creme brulee'.
Pears, apricots, cherries with yummy chocolate ice cream. If this fantastic combo, by any chance, doesn't work, feel free to use fruits your kids love!
it's a veg version of cheesecake without the added calories of condense milk , cream or eggs. plus with a twist of saffron flavour.
A laddoo is a very common dessert in South Asia. Coconut or Narikel Laddoo is one of the many kinds of laddoos that can be found in this region. laddoos hold special memories of my late grandmother ( Nanu) who used to make them every now and then. I very fondly remember that I would always be eager to go over to visit my Nanu, and eat her delicious laddoos. I am sure many of us have similar memories, so make some laddoos for yourself and reminisce the good old times!