Multigrain Naankhatai Biscuits

Naankhatai is a popular biscuit especially in Northern part of India . Naankhatai’s are bite sized biscuits, which not only meet your sugar cravings, but are also perfect as a tea-time snack. They are several recipes out there to make a perfect naankhatai, but the one I would be sharing with you all today is…

Sandesh

Sandesh or Sondesh (news/messages) is a milk based dessert, originating from eastern part of India. The name of the dessert was derived from practice of sending this sweet to friends and family on special occasions. Sandesh is prepared by curdling fresh milk and adding few mild ingredients to flavour the cottage cheese/paneer/chenna extracted after curdling….

Cake Pops

Cake pops are bite size chocolate glazed cake balls. They resemble a lot like lolly pop candy but the moment you bite on to them you realise that they are cake . Cake pops are one of those baked items are dangerously delicious, as you cant stop at one. I was trying my hands on…

Banana Bread

Banana bread also known as banana cake is made with a with fully ripen banana and is enjoyed, on the side with breakfast and with regular tea or coffee routine. I bought a dozen of bananas last week and was waiting for them to ripen to achieve the desired texture and flavour. Once they were…

Protein Bites

This recipe has helped me meet my sweet tooth cravings. Everyone has their own version of making protein rich snacks, this is one of mine. Gym enthusiasts can switch to these and avoid buying over priced protein bars sold in the markets. These homemade protein bars not only just taste better but can be easily…

Avocado Choco-Walnut Cake

Avocado chocolate cake is very similar to a no frosting chocolate cake or a brownie. One easy and healthy snack often enjoyed, with a hot piping tea/coffee. I know its hard to imagine avocado in a cooked or baked form, as its usually enjoyed raw in shakes, smoothies, spreads or as a dip. This recipe…

Shahi Tukda

Shahi Tukda, when translated means, A piece of Royalty. This delicacy origins in India since the Mughal Era and is still enjoyed in Indian households. A dessert, very similar to a bread pudding, but cooked with Indian flavours. Ingredients Bread – 2 slices Milk – 500 ml Cardamom Powder – 1 tbsp Saffron – 6…