Mango jelly with matcha cream is a simple, elegant dessert loved by all. It can appeal to both kids and adults. Soft whipped matcha cream sits atop healthy homemade jello. I have come across drinks with mango and matcha, and I am sure they taste delicious, but I wanted to try something different.
The name “Matcha (latte) affogato” sounds so exotic right? But it’s pretty simple and easy to make. Just some good quality matcha and some ice cream yield a beautiful dessert. Matcha (latte) affogato is a refreshingly light dessert, and we loved it.
Mango season is upon us, and I could not resist making this dessert. It was a request from my son, who is a Mango lover too. He calls it Mango jelly; I call it layered mango and coconut panna cotta. Coconut and mango flavors work well together.
Here is a light dessert for all the coffee lovers. Coffee panna cotta with dalgona whip topped with cream.
Three layers of delightful creamy texture are pure bliss. The dalgona layer strengthens the coffee flavor. So, you may want to skip it while making for children.
Sweet potatoes were my first choice when I wanted to make some healthy Malpuas. Malpuas are pancakes made with semolina, all-purpose flour, milk, and sugar. It is flavored with cardamom and fennel seeds. It is a traditional dessert, prepared during an Indian festival called Holi “Festival of colours”.
Moist chocolate bundt cake with milk chocolate ganache to make your Christmas celebrations special.
Banana chocolate brownies are delicious, moist, and gluten-free. Who doesn’t love a warm brownie with some ice cream, even in the winter?
Pedas made with milk and jaggery are an attempt to recreate an old memory.
The gorgeous pink beetroot halwa stands out amidst other desserts and sweets on your festive dinner table.
Turmeric milk and its benefits are known to everyone. It is considered a superfood and is trending as a golden milk latte/ turmeric latte