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Desserts fulfil everybody’s craving for a sweet-something in the most creative and delightful ways. While desserts and sweets are predominantly served at the end of a meal, some Indian cultures believe in serving the sweet at the beginning, while some world cultures don’t have the concept of a dessert at all, and others like to top off with light fruits instead of rich sweets.

In any case, who can resist pampering themselves with a dessert? So, always pay attention to this course of the meal. Fortunately, this is not a tough challenge because as far as desserts go, we have just too much to choose from! From cakes, cakes, sundaes and ice-creams, to fruit-based desserts, puddings, cheesecakes and Indian mithai, there are endless options.

It is nice to prepare desserts at home rather than buying them from outside because you can customise them to your preferences. This section will help you explore the world of desserts and try your hand at traditional and innovative ones.

Try Our Other Desserts Recipes…
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137 Puddings Recipes
496 Traditional Indian Mithai Recipes
Happy Cooking!

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Recipe# 39747
22 Oct 14

 
 by Amarendra Mulye
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Rava Ladu or Semolina Laddus is a traditional maharashtrian recipe which can be made in many different ways, but the basic two recipes include 'Paakatle Ladu' (Laddus cooked in Sugar Syrup) and 'Baithe Ladu' (Made with Sugar powder). I have also added freshly grated coconut as an additional ingredie ....
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Recipe# 39751
25 Oct 14

 
 by Dhara Mehta
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Try making these pedas with fresh homemade khoya and it will be sure hit with your guests .Making khoya at home will take 40-45mins but the freshness and purity will compel you to make it at home next time .
Recipe# 39752
25 Oct 14

 
 
by Dhara Mehta
No reviews
Serve this dessert with love to all those who are calorie conscious and to people who have diabetes . Nuts will add to rich flavor and it's essential fats will be good for health too.
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Recipe# 39753
23 Oct 14

 
 by Dhara Mehta
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A healthy twist to normal mava laden gujiyas.Sooji acts as a good substitute for mava and its taste will not be compromised at all .Its great for all those who are not able to digest mava easily or are allergic to it .
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Recipe# 39754
22 Oct 14

 
 
by Priya Alagappan
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Carrot Halwa is one of the most famous and delicious Indian sweet dishes. I have heard from one of my northindian friend that it was first introduced during the Mughal period and the name originates from an Arabic word "Halwa", which means "sweet" and it is made from carrot so that it is known as G ....
Recipe# 39725
13 Oct 14

 
 by Dhara Mehta
No reviews
Enjoy this dessert and you will not want anything else. Loaded with rich nuts and goodness of khoya this will surely be treat for diwali or any other festival and it will get you lots of praises too.
Recipe# 39730
02 Jul 15

 
 by Motions and Emotions
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A delicious unique malpua! Malpuas, traditional Indian sweet pancakes are especially served during festival seasons like in Holi, Diwali,etc. Malpua recipe varries in different parts of India. This recipe is easy to make and tasty.
Recipe# 39731
01 Jul 15

 
 
by PRACHI AGARWAL
No reviews
Baked Kesari Moong Dal Gujiya, moong dal, mava, nuts, coconut and hints of nutmeg and cardamom go into the stuffing of this traditional favourite sweet. Unlike the traditional gujiyas that are deep fried, these are baked with a brushing of saffron-milk which gives it a nice aroma and flavour.
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