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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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139 Basic Desserts Recipes
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243 Desserts Dry Fruit Flavours Recipes
111 Halwa Recipes
138 Ice-Cream Recipes
111 Kheer Recipes
60 Mousse Recipes
107 Peda Laddoo Recipes
137 Puddings Recipes
496 Traditional Indian Mithai Recipes
Happy Cooking!

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Recipe# 9135
16 May 03

 
 by Preethi Sriram
No reviews
The kheer can be served as a dessert by serving it chill after refrigeration.

vermicelli kheer tastes good when it is either hot or cold. so take your pick.
Recipe# 9166
04 Dec 04

 
 by shuba18
No reviews
Mousse is a form of creamy dessert typically made from sugar, egg and cream. Find a diverse collection of mousse recipes, cake recipe, dessert recipes at tarladalal.com
Recipe# 9175
08 Jul 05

 
 by goodrecipies
No reviews
Truly a shahi(royal) dessert, as its name suggests, Shahi Tukra is a rich bread pudding recipe with dry fruits, flavored with cardamom. It's simple to make and a great sweet dish to be served on festivals and special days. Relish shahi tukra with kheer or rabdi.
Recipe# 8842
03 Mar 04

 
 
by rajni ahuja
No reviews
Ice creams are loved by one and all. Butterscotch ice-cream with butter scotch flavor and creamy texture is an easy recipe which can be prepared at home.
Recipe# 8914
20 Sep 16

 
 by arpalp
No reviews
Doodhi ka halwa is a North Indian sweet dish prepared from grated doodhi(also known as bottle gourd or lauki) cooked with sugar, ghee and spices like cardamom. A delicious dessert dish which can be served as a snack or after meal sweet!
Recipe# 8927
07 Mar 16

 
 by kpvasa
No reviews
Quick and easy dry fruit barfi recipe at tarladalal.com.the barfi is cooked with condensed milk, sugar and crushed dry fruits. A special dessert for festivals and parties.
Recipe# 9010
01 Jan 00

 
 
by ashakq
No reviews
A rajasthani preparation, Lauki ke gatte brings a nice twist to a traditional gatte ki subzi recipe. Bottle gourd (lauki) blends well with besan gattas and curd based gravy. A nutritious main course Marwari dish.
Recipe# 9016
11 Jun 01

 
 by akhandhar
No reviews
This recipe is all because I have a daughter who is allergic to milk and cashewnuts but she can take ghee. she is the constant inspiration of my new recipes especially this one. she loves this cake. hope I too get get different dessert recipes from contributors who can make some dishes without any m ....
Recipe# 9039
05 Mar 01

 
 by joynini2001
No reviews
Soyabean kheer is a creative kheer(sweetened milk) recipe with soya granules added to the milk during boiling. The soyabean granules are cooked with sugar, elaichi powder in the milk to prepare an awesome soyabean kheer.
Recipe# 9041
03 Mar 04

 
 by rajni ahuja
No reviews
For low calorie add sugar free powder no sugar ,no cream, banana ,chickoo ,pineapple ,ice-cream can be made same way as mango
Recipe# 9043
01 Jan 00

 
 by viji
No reviews
One can heat ghee and pour it into besan&saffron well in advance and keep it aside(2-3 hrs prior)

use a heavy bottomed vessel for the best result.
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