From halwa to kulfi, we have Indian desserts for every occasion - Diwali, dinner parties, or just because! Find gulab jamun, carrot halwa, rasgullas, ladoos, kheer and lots more.
This is a very flavourful Indian-style rice pudding. It's the best rice pudding I've ever had, and very easy to make!
This is a popular Pakistani rice pudding, flavoured with cardamon and rose water. Serve warm or cold.
This is a pure vegetarian, without even eggs, sweet fried Indian pastry. As you put it in your mouth, it smoothly melts! If you want it to be spicy change only the last step and skip the icing sugar!
The inspiration for this wholemeal halwa is the classic Sikh preparation called 'karha prashad'. This halwa has the addition of cardamom, sultanas and nuts. My kids love this halwa on a cold day as a snack after school.
Simple, healthy and delicious. This pudding is an all time favourite in Bengali Indian homes. The original yoghurt pudding (bhappa doi) is a steamed version, but it comes out equally well in the oven. You can add different flavours to it as well (saffron, cardamom or mango flavours work very well, strawberry works well too).
A slightly simplified but still scrumptious recipe for this favourite traditional Indian dessert. Serve on their own with the syrup, or with ice cream for something truly indulgent.
This is an Indian semolina pudding. My mum taught me how to make it, before I was married, but I had never made it on my own until my son started asking for teats after dinner. I made it for him once and he loved it, so now he always helps me to make - and eat - it!
This is a traditional Indian dessert. Spongy milky balls soaked in rose scented syrup. Delicious with fresh cream, Kulfi or ice cream. To make it even more fancy, sprinkle gold-leaf on top of each serving.
Ladoos are an Indian and Pakistani sweet. I added a twist to mine and included coconut...my family love these. They can be enjoyed at any occasion, as a treat during tea time, etc. And they're easy to make, in my opinion.
This is a healthy dessert recipe that you can make for kids who don't eat carrots. Substitute carrots with beetroots and you get Beetroot halwa.