Shortcake is typically a crisp, rich in butter, crumbly biscuit. Strawberry shortcake is one of the most famous desserts in which the shortcake is piled with strawberries, whipped cream and dusted with icing sugar.
This delightful desserts will give you new experience with every new bite. Chef Kunal Kapur brings together rabri, falooda, jujubes and khus syrup to create this one-of-a-kind desserts.
A smooth and fruity paste with mangoes and litchis. Enjoy it with ice cream or use as a topping over cakes and puddings.
A low fat chocolate cake with tofu, maple syrup and coffee. Slathered with a generous coat of chocolate rum frosting.
The traditional Indian kheer gets a twist of berries and the aroma of lavender flowers. Take a bite and feel the bliss!
Use the tarty summer fruit to create pretty purple-hued popsicles to impress your friends. Ridiculously easy to make, you can sprinkle some black salt or chaat masala too for a desi twist.
The classic holi dessert with a twist of chocolate and hazelnut.
Condensed milk, saffron, dry fruits are teamed together, chilled and served in a matki.
A classic chocolate lava cake made with five simple ingredients. So decadent, you just can't say no!
It couldn't get easier and tastier than this. A terribly easy chocolate mousse with only five ingredients.
Each one of you who's a sugar devotee will agree with me - 2013 was a sweet, sweet blessing! Desserts hogged the spotlight as the most fashionable trend. From happy little hybrids to haute makeovers, ...
We bring you our quickest and easiest desserts for Christmas that will give you more time to indulge in merry moments.
The winter season makes you crave for food all the time and if it's sweet, no one can stop you from digging into it. How about trying out desserts which satisfy your taste buds and ...
From the creamy Rava Kesari to the ghee-enriched Mysore Pak, there are many marvellous southern creations that can make any sweet lover get hooked for life.
One of the much cherished desserts in South India, particularly Karnataka, Rava Kesari or Kesari Bath is prepared using semolina, popularly known as rava or sooji in India.
Step this way to get a crash course in some of the easiest and most celebrated desserts that you can create within 30 minutes.
A cute batch of sweet and fun desserts that kids will love to make (and devour)You'll need four 250ml ovenproof jars to make these heavenly little puddings. If you can't find muscovado, you could simply ...
The festive season gives you all the more reason to go to the kitchen and prepare dishes for those who have a sweet tooth. Try recipes like moong dal halwa and plum cake to make ...
Baked apples with dates, banana ice cream and more in the final part of Observer Food Monthly's celebration of Nigel Slater's first 20 years with the ObserverChocolate praline truffle cakeA cake for serious chocolate fans ...
Pecan pie - southern gem or pretender to the pumpkin's crown? What desserts will you be whipping up in honour of Thanksgiving?This week, in honour of Thanksgiving, I've finally been let loose on one of ...