This whole wheat jaggery cake is a healthier take on the classic pound cake. This delightful cake is moist, light, and airy and a perfect companion for your evening tea!
This easy homemade chocolate ice cream is a deliciously creamy frozen dessert! This no churn ice cream can be prepared in no time, there is no cooking involved, and it doesn’t require a machine. With just six ingredients, this is easily one of the best homemade desserts.
This lavender kulfi brings together the elegant, delicate flavours of culinary lavender and the creamy, deliciousness of milk to create an amazing frozen dessert for the season. Kulfi, considered the Indian version of ice cream, is a refreshing treat to cheer you up during the exhausting summer.
Ragi Manni is a traditional, healthy dessert made with finger millets, jaggery, and coconut milk. This pudding with its jelly-like consistency is super-easy to make and tastes great when served chilled.
This apple crisp (or apple crumble depending on which side of the road you drive on) is a classic dessert, but with an “ancient” twist! The twist is, this recipe uses an “ancient grain” – millet instead of oats.
This bread and butter pudding is my cheat to a simple, easy yet delicious, baked dessert. This light version requires less butter, and absolutely no cream!
Pazham pori (banana fritters) made with ripe bananas and a simple batter, along with a glass (never a cup) of tea is Kerala’s favourite teatime snack combo!
Pradhaman is a popular payasam (pudding) served as a dessert in traditional Kerala feasts. This delicious treat is made with rice, jaggery and coconut milk.
Kulukki Sarbat (Pineapple Limeade) is the ultimate fresh limeade from Kerala. It’s sweet, tangy, and mildly hot at the same time, making it a refreshing treat for your taste buds.
Modak is an ultimate festive treat. Rice flour dumplings filled with a jaggery and grated coconut filling, and cooked over steam, this is a great Indian dessert you can fall in love with!