This Chhena poda recipe is a baked fresh paneer/cheese/chhena dessert from the Indian state of Odisha. Instead of homemade chhena, ricotta is used in this recipe to keep the simple recipe even simpler. The combination of ricotta and caramelization sugar makes this recipe undeniably rich, delicious and pillowy soft.
This Instant Milk Powder Gulab Peda recipe has less than 5 ingredients and takes less than 5 minutes to make in microwave. The fudgy and super soft instant gulab peda no cook recipe is all you need to celebrate with your friends and families during the festive season. Who isn’t stressed when it comes to…
Besan Ladoo or Besan ke Laddu is a very popular Indian festive sweet made from gram flour/besan, powdered sugar and ghee and flavored with a hint of cardamom. Garnished with almonds and coconut flakes, this ladoo recipe makes for a mouth-watering Indian dessert making any festival extra special.
These Eggless Mini Gulab Jamun Cheesecakes are utterly creamy, flavored with rich Indian flavors and a showstopper fusion dessert combining the best of both the worlds – Cheesecake and Gulab Jamun! What can be better than that, right?
This Microwave Cardamom Peda recipe is a life saver when you are crunched for time. They are made instantly and take literally less than 5 minutes! These bite sized instant microwave peda are as delicious, silky and soft as the store bought ones and serve as a great gift idea for family and friends. Cardamom…
This Chhena Malpua Recipe is going to add a big sparkle to your festive seasons. These soft and delicate chhena malpuas are made with fresh homemade chhena, dipped in sugar cardamom syrup and topped with nuts have a melt in your mouth texture and irresistibly delish!! What is Chhena Malpua? Chhena Malpua is a traditional…
These easily prepared spongy gulab jamuns made with milk powder, cardamom and rose water will take your festive celebrations to another level. Serve them warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream to heighten the deliciousness.
These crispy, flaky and sugar coated shakkarpara are THE perfect snack for diwali or holi. Also popularly known as shankarpali, this is such a simple, yet delicious snack recipe made with all-purpose flour, sugar, cardamom powder that can be enjoyed anytime!!!
These very popular Sooji Kakara Pitha are mildly sweet and made without the traditional coconut jaggery filling, making them a light and wholesome breakfast option or a snack to be enjoyed without much guilt. These Sooji Kakaras are filled with aromatic yet simple flavors like fennel seeds and cardamom powder and mildly sweetened with brown sugar.
Happy Diwali 2020 to all my friends and families all over the world. With the elections being over and now that we have a new President, don’t you think there is hope now? With that being said, I have compiled a few of my most popular and easy Diwali desserts for you for easy access….