Suji Gulab Jamun is very sweet and soft sweets and is recommended for new cook as its very easy to make !
Aam ki Launji, also known as Guramma is made by cooking mangoes with a readily available selection of spices and powders. It is loved by childrens specially when served with parathas.
Besan Churma Ladoo, molded with besan, usually served in any festival like Diwali or Holi, enjoyed by most of the kids
Khoya (Mawa) Gujiya Recipe is a sweet delicacy that is served on special occasions and to celebrate the colors of the famous festival- Holi or festival of light- Diwali
Sabudana Kheer (Payasam) is one of the most favored dish for fasting and the mostly used dish among indian during fast or festivals. Its so nice to see the bubble like form over the milk and so loved by childrens.
Cake generally need oven to bake, but this recipe of chocolate cake is baked without oven with delicious chocolate mostly loved by childrens.
Apple Murabba, a very nutritious and full of minerals and vitamins which are really soothing. Apple Murabba is really beneficial for proper digestion as well
Lavang Latika is a traditional recipe of Bengal prepared especially on festivals. This tantalizing dish coated with sugar syrup and crusty from outside but stuffed with mawa and dry fruits and with a clove on top is loved by all.
This Bengali dish Patishapta is prepared with milk and refined flour malpua like a cheela, stuffed with mawa, coconut and dry fruit filling and is served like a roll
Mango Vermicelli Kheer, Mix vermicelli in mango pulp to make scrumptious kheer and serve it after meals as a dessert
Coconut Burfi, also known as Nariyal Barfi, sweet made with coconut powder and sugar syrup
Suji Ladoo also known as Rava ladoo is a traditional Maharashtrian sweet. This is a popular ladoo prepared almost in every household for all the festivals
Gulab Jamun is among India’s most popular desserts! This delicious dessert consists of dumplings traditionally made of thickened or reduced milk, soaked in rose flavored sugar syrup.
Petha is a popular Indian sweet. It is soft chewy and candy-like, eaten dry or dipped in sugar syrup (chashni). It is known to have originated in Agra.
Cake is a form of sweet dessert that is typically baked to be enjoyed in any happy or memorable moments.