Best Dessert Recipes

Do you love desserts? I know they are rich in calorie but aren't they testy? I love desserts.

According to William Powell, dessert is probably the most important stage of the meal, since it will be the last thing your guests remember before they pass out all over the table. This is a universal truth. So, if you are planning for an occasion, you should focus in preparing for a desert that will provide the guests with complete satisfaction.

If you have already run out of dessert ideas, you should check out this page because I will provide you the newest and freshest dessert ideas. The great thing about this page is that the recipes are inspired by different cultures and traditions especially the Indian cuisine. So, you will always have something new to share your guests and family.

As of now, I have eight recipes that you can choose from. You will surely have fun doing them in the kitchen because my instructions are clear and simple.

Very Popular Indian Dessert Recipe

Posted on 4/7/2011 11:35:35 AM 11 comment

I know everybody love mango, it is one of my favorite fruit. It always tempts me to eat as much as possible so I thought of making a good dessert with mango. Even though it is a seasonal food but you can make it any time using the mango pulp which is readily available in the market.

Easy Homemade Cake Recipe

Posted on 3/14/2011 9:56:45 PM 1 comment

No doubt everyone celebrates Valentine’s Day, you also buy gifts, food and through parties for your loved ones. This year I thought to make a cake at home instead of buying one from the market.

Recipe of Sponge Rasgulla

Posted on 1/7/2011 3:46:51 PM 6 comment

Bengali rasgulla is a traditional Indian dessert. It is most popular in Orissa, Westbengal Assam and loved by every Indian. You can make this sweet dish made with cheese in any occasion. It is my all time favorite dish. Here is something one should never forget when it is about Bengali rasgullas, one 100 gm of rasgulla contains 150-180 calories. If you are eating 3 rasgullas then it is about 500 calorie that is equivalent to a full course mill.

How to make a Simple Cheesecake

Posted on 1/2/2011 9:42:56 PM 0 comment

Well actually cheese cake has various recipes, most of the cheesecake is made by cream cheese but few people also use ricotta cheese or cottage cheese as the main ingredient. Basically people in India mostly use this cottage cheese as the major ingredient and it is evenly delicious like American cheesecake. It is my kitchen version of cheesecake and here is my cheesecake recipe for you to try at home. You can follow this process and if you have any innovative ideas then don’t forget to share with all of us by commenting here.

Recipe for Besan ke Ladoo

Posted on 1/1/2011 6:38:22 PM 0 comment

Usually people of India plate up sweets or ladoo on happy ceremony or at the time of festival. Diwali and Dashera are the most celebrated festival in India. People make different kinds of sweets and ladoos at home. Remember, one besan ladoo is about 195-200 cal. If you are in a diet plan then I will suggest not to eat this more than one. These ladoos are very tasty and rich in calories. Here is my besan ladoo recipe that you can try at home.

Rice Pudding Kheer

Posted on 1/13/2010 8:57:01 PM 0 comment

Whatever, I might write anything here to make a story but theme is that I love kheer, I can eat it 24/7. Dessert is a must in parties, do you also think like me on what to make for desserts? If you then here is something for you. You can make this rice pudding kheer anytime you through a party at your home. If you have some leftover rice then try it today. It takes very less time to make and gives a nice taste. Hope you will like it and let me know the outcomes.

How to Prepare Gulab Jamun

Posted on 1/5/2010 6:24:47 PM 0 comment

Hey, tell me honestly who doesn’t look for desserts after a delicious full meal? Most of the Indians like to see gulab jamun in their dessert menu. My hubby and I like to eat gulab jamuns anytime and particularly I love it a lot. It does not take more time to make these gulab jamuns so you can make it easily at your home. Last time I made this sweet during Diwali. Here is the step-by-step guide to prepare gulab jamuns in your kitchen.

Indian Sweet Rasmalai Recipe

Posted on 10/19/2009 9:43:57 PM 1 comment

There is a common saying Indians have thirteen festivals in twelve months, in-fact there is much more than 13. Diwali is the most common festival, almost every Indian celebrates this occasion. Everyone makes different kind of sweets to eat at home and share with relatives. This time I will make the ras malai. I made it many times in past and all my relatives, friends seem to love it, then why not I guide you making this diwali special sweet rasmalai at your kitchen.