If you are in India, you will never fall short of festivals. But, surely making and enjoying the same old sweets every time, is not such a pleasurable act, is it?
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Can you imagine a fesive season with no sugary delicacies? Surely, we can't!
Thats when we thought this year, maybe you ough to choose some exquisitely different yet delicious sweets. So, if you are preparing for Navaratri, Durga Puja, Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi, or Holi, we will give choices to spoil that sweet tooth of yours.
Check out what our Recipe Collection have to offer you!
For those who miss their Gajar Ka Halwa, we have the recipe video for that too!
Come and dig into out Dessert Platter! Apart from these videos, you can take our sweet cues and relish this festive season with friends and family.
Laddu- The Perfect Ball of Happiness! Be it Diwali, or Navaratri or any celebration, this is a must!
Dry Fruit Sweets: Wow, which one would you take first? During this festive season, make sure that you eat sweets but munch on healthy sugars
Milk Based Sweets: Textures and shapes of sweets may vary, but natural sugars mixed with organic ingredients enables guilt free eating.
Ice cream anytime and anywhere! Plus, if it is one natural mango icecream like this one, all the better for your body!
If Cheesecakes are your fav, then this time try cheesecakes with any fresh fruits of your liking pampered with low fat cheese.
Look at that...so very inviting! Who says only Jalebis and Laddus will make Indian festivals brighter. Try this mango sorbet with sticky rice pudding this time!
Another mango creation coming up. Team up shaved chocolate, coffee candy and frozen mango icecream and enjoy the magic in your mouth. It is light and refreshing.
Innovative Festive Sweetness: Jalebis churros with the humble malai rabri.
Rosogollasssss: Can't imagine Navaratri and Diwali without these white pillows of sweetness!
Craving for chocolate? For choco lovers, we have the lovable orange choco moussee for you. Not too sweet, but tastes heavenly
Overload of sweetness! For those who love their Indian sweets, try these fried sweet pockets tucked with dry fruits and cottage cheese that are further drenched in sugar syrup.
Kheer: Something any Hindustani cannot do away with!