Delicious desserts to die for

by Sandeep Malik Seo Executive in

Desserts are the best part in eating life. Especially in winter one can get varieties of desserts available and one can enjoy them anytime of the day. Most of the Indians do have a fancy for sweets and they do indulge in a bite then and now. Indian desserts mostly comprise of milk, khoya and sugar but yes one can mix some other ingredients like dry fruits and other flavours as an addition to the sweets.

Indians do have a huge variety of sweets but here are some special and popular ones which one can never give miss. Here are some most loved Indian desserts to try.

 Gulab Jamun

This one is a most popular sweet across India. It is the one which is made from khoya and they are fried golden. These dumplings are dipped well in saffron and sugar syrup until it gets mixed well. It is a great idea to serve them hot along with a dollop of cold yogurt and it is one of the most festive friendly sweet in India.

 Gajar Ka Halwa

This is a particular winter favourite sweet in India. You can warm your winter evenings and nights with a hot bowl of gajar ka halwa and it is delicious. This one is made from grated carrot, cashew nuts and condensed milk. The recipe originally belongs to Pakistan but is also very famous in northern part of India.


This one is a super hit recipe from Bengal. This one is a proper dessert which melts in the mouth and it is mainly made from cottage cheese, sugar, cardamom and saffron. One can also use sugar free instead of sugar if they are fat and calorie conscious. Sandesh though very much popular in Bengal has made its mark in other parts of the country as well.


Though this one is dedicated as a Prasad or an offering to Lord Ganesha it is also a favourite dessert item of many. These are the sweet dumplings made from flour and these are mostly stuffed with nutmeg, coconut, jaggery and saffron. This one is made in heaps during the time of Ganesh Chaturthi but are also available during the rest of the year.

Aam Shrikhand

This is a very popular dessert item which has its origin in Gujarat. It is mainly made from hung curd or some mildly sweetened yogurts. They are covered with ripe mango cubes and some mango flavours. Though this one is mostly available during summers due to the availability of mangoes but one can also get them in winters as well.


This is the south Indian version of kheer and it is locally known as payasam. This one is actually a rice pudding made from milk and cream and one can add raisins and cashews in it.

 Kaju ki Barfi

This one is a very popular sweet in India and it is mainly made from cashew nuts, milk and silver varq. One can make them in special occasions.

One can get gulab jamun banana ki vidhi in cook books.


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