Indian Food Dessert

What comes to your mind when you think of a food that instantly puts you in a good mood? Well, of course, what else but dessert. Desserts are an instant mood lifter and make you happy. Indian desserts like Gulab Jaman, Kulfi, kheer (Rice pudding), etc are a must to amp up your regular meal table.

However, eating large amounts of desserts too daily may increase your risk of getting diabetes. So, yes you can enjoy your favorite desserts but try to keep it occasionally or if you are so into desserts and always want your Gulab jamans try making your desserts using artificial sweeteners and flour alternatives.

The quality of ingredients plays a key role in making desserts tastier and healthier. So, always use the best quality, hygienically produced, 100% GMO-free Desi Fresh Foods products for your desserts. Let’s look at some amazing Indian desserts that will surely light up your dinner table.

Indian Rice Pudding (Kheer)

Called Kheer in Hindi, Indian Rice Pudding is the perfect dessert to finish off a delicious Indian meal. This creamy and aromatic dessert is made using basic ingredients easily available in the pantry and is quick and easy to make. Made using only three ingredients; rice, sugar, and milk it is not surprising that kheer is the most common dessert cooked in Indian households. Kheer can be made more flavorful with the addition of aromatic and delicious Indian nuts and spices like cardamom, cashew nuts, almonds saffron, etc. These ingredients are just an add-on, Rice Pudding tastes extremely delicious with only the basic rice, sugar, and milk. Just make sure to use great quality whole milk for your kheer.

Gulab Jaman   

Do we even know life without Gulab Jaman? I am sure it would be a dull, boring life without these delicious balls of happiness. A warm Gulab Jaman dipped in sugar syrup is perfect to warm up your heart on a cold winter night. And guess what, this delicious dessert can be easily made at home using a few ingredients like milk powder, all-purpose flour (maida), baking soda, desi ghee. Just mix up the ingredients and knead the dough using milk. Make small balls of the dough and fry in some oil and your delicious gulab jamans are ready. Make some sugar syrup using water, cardamom, and sugar, and dip your gulab jamans in the syrup to enjoy a tasty treat.

Halwa

What else can satisfy your Indian dessert cravings more perfectly than delicious, hot Halwa? And the cherry on top, it is perfect for days when you don’t want to spend a lifetime in the kitchen. Halwa is one of the most popular and easy-to-make Indian desserts and is widely popular as an after-meal or breakfast dessert. Amongst the many halwas, Suji ka Halwa is the most popular and easiest to make. To maake this delicious Halwa, roast some Suji (Semolina) in Desi Ghee and boil milk with sugar in it in a separate pan. Ass the roasted Suji to the sweet milk and cook until a thick consistency is reached. There you go! Your delicious Suji ka Halwa is ready in under 20 minutes!

Rasgulla

How can we forget talking about Rasgullas when we are discussing delicious North Indian desserts? Rasgulla is a widely popular sweet in Indian households and makes occasions festive. You can make the Rasgullas by curding milk or you can simply use delicious, hygienic Desi Fresh Foods Paneer to make Rasgullas at home. Crumble the paneer and drain out excess water from it and use the paneer to make your Rasgullas.

Laddoo

Made using flour, Desi Ghee, and sugar Laddus are the perfect sweet treat of joy in Indian households. A must in weddings, poojas, and other celebrations Laddus makes our events complete. Laddus can be made using wheat flour as well as Semolina flour or Gram flour. All types of laddoos taste extremely delicious but Moti Choor Ke Ladoo is our favorite! What about you?

Kulfi

Name a better combination than a cold kulfi on a hot summer day. Aren’t you also craving Kulfi just by reading this? Well, that is the power of Kulfi! Kulfi tastes similar to ice cream but it is healthier, richer in flavor, creamier, and denser. To make Kulfi, add sugar to boiling milk and evaporate the milk for 10-12 minutes. When the mixture is thick, add some dissolved cornflour, nuts, and cream in it and cook for a while. Then pour it into molds and freeze it. And that’s it, enjoy your delicious frozen kulfi!

Desserts are essential to make any event festive and to make an ordinary dinner table extraordinary. It has been proven that desserts do make you happy and what else is more important than happiness in this life. However, make sure to consume desserts in moderate quantities and occasionally, to avoid the risk of diabetes. After reading so much on the desserts, aren’t you craving some delicious Gulab Jamuns and Halwa? Well, I don’t know about you, but I am surely rushing to my kitchen to make myself a delicious Indian dessert. While you’re at it, go and check out all the delicious Authentic Indian Recipes we have for you.

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