Desserts


Little Debbie Oatmeal Creme Pie (or Little Debbie in general) might not ring a bell for many, but for kids in the US of A, these delicious cookie sandwiches are synonymous with nostalgia. Now, It doesn’t matter whether or not

Indian women are not just homemakers anymore. They are now super-women. This is because they manage both work and family with equal efficiency. So, such bright working women deserve more than plain Women’s Day wishes. Let’s look at some mouth-watering

Enjoy this Republic day by preparing food with the theme of tricolour. Make a special tricoloured platter with a wide range of succulent food. Bringing in the patriotism flavour to your taste buds, celebrate the day with Hariyali chicken, rice

Rava Kheer Recipe

Anyone who is even remotely fond of Indian mithai (sweets), will be familiar and oh-so-in-love with the milky delight that is kheer, and all the number of ways and ingredients with which it can be prepared. Adding to the long

The cookie dough trend has been a ‘thing’ for quite some time now and has taken the Internet and our eating choices by storm. And it doesn’t look like the food item is going out of vogue anytime soon (thank

Kheer is an integral part of every Indian’s dessert selection. The milk-based dessert is especially loved because of the number of ways in which it can be made. For example, the different kinds of kheer that exist all across India

Panjiri Recipe

Panjiri is a wholesome Indian sweet made of whole-wheat and fortified with every possible dry fruit, oodles of desi ghee, sugar and roasted coconut. Panjiri originates from the food-loving state, Punjab and is also famous in its Pakistani half, where

Today, 26th November, is commemorated as National Milk Day (NMD) in India. The date is earmarked to celebrate the food as it’s the birth anniversary of Dr. Verghese Kurien, who is touted as the father of the White Revolution in

In addition to all the holiday food – and pie – the winter months also bring in tow a number of yummy seasonal fruits and vegetables. For instance, Brussels sprouts and carrots. And while recipes with Brussels Sprouts may not

Innovation and trying something new is the key for great food and a variety of it. So this Diwali, if you feel experimental then go ahead and give this delicious Custard Apple Kheer a try! Print Recipe Diwali Custard Apple

Coconut flavoured chocolate may not be a common favourite, but these chocolate coconut balls are about to change that. Mini balls of chocolate and desiccated coconut rolled together, the sweet has the bittersweet flavor of chocolate with a hint of

The festivities in the air and the gush of happiness and Pujo glee all around are unexplainable. And is we do during every other festival and holiday, we can do this – eat. Or rather, binge. And what better to

With Rakhi just round the corner (read, tomorrow), it is officially festive season in North India. It’s only time before we’ll start hoarding and stocking up on innumerable boxes of laddoos, barfis, pedas, and the works. But first, raksha bandhan.

A renowned TV personality, author, cook show host and a culinary icon, Ina Garten is a name almost every foodie and cooking enthusiast has come across. Apart from the yummy delights that she puts together in the kitchen, Garten is

  Although we’ve already set a big gum boot clad foot in the monsoons, a good batch of refreshing popsicles can always be enjoyed despite the dip in the mercury. Plus, popsicles don’t really need a season, do they? So

Payasam is a popular South Indian dessert – much like the North Indian counterpart, kheer – made with sweetened milk, which is thickened by boiling and flavoured by adding various additives like kesar, cardamom, coconut, etc. Elaneer translates to ‘tender

Do you love Nutella? What are we asking; of course you do! You could buy a jar and head home to loose yourself to spoonfuls of ecstasy. Or, you could head to these places in Mumbai to pay a true

Sometimes you set out to make yourself one cup of coffee and end up with enough for four people, but you don’t really have four people to serve coffee and you only want one. Unless, of course, you are a

A mouthwatering sweet dish prepared of coconut, jaggery and broken wheat

Paruppu Purana Poli is a traditional sweet dish prepared during festivals like Bogi and Avani Avittam. A very soft and delicious sweet dish. Learn how to make Paruppu Poli in this recipe.