Dessert is the heart of a party. After all, who doesn't like gorging on some sweets after a wholesome meal? Seems like Kiara Advani agrees with us on this. The actress shared some glimpses from her Sunday delights on Instagram Stories and we are drooling. For Kiara, dinner and dessert go side by side. On the table, we see a chocolate dessert with blueberries, strawberries, and icing sugar. Main course? Some grilled protein with green vegetables and cheese. Wait, this doesn't end here. Before dinner, Kiara enjoyed a plate full of scrumptious dosas with coconut chutney. Now, that's how you spend a Sunday.
For the South Indian delight, Kiara Advani gave full marks to chef Akshay Arora. She wrote, “Akshay Arora, outdoing himself”.
Now, if you are already planning to prepare this for yourself, we suggest that you should wait and focus on Kiara Advani's food diaries. Yes, it's not over yet. After enjoying the oh-so-yummy food preparations, Kiara Advani was up for a party on the sets of her upcoming project.
Kiara Advani is known for her love for food and seems like she is a big fan of sweetmeat. On the occasion of Raksha Bandhan, she posted a picture featuring her brothers. What caught our attention was the series of cakes kept on the table. The photo was clicked during Kiara's birthday party. From chocolate cake to a fruit cake with kiwi toppings, you name it and it's there. In the caption, she wrote “Happy rakhi to my four beautiful baby bros. I love you more than you can imagine. God bless you, monkeys.”
Kiara Advani's co-stars and friends from the industry often pamper her with amazing foods. A while back, actor Vicky Kaushal, who shared the screen with Kiara in “Lust Stories”, treated her to midnight munchies. It was a delicious chocolate brownie with the toppings of oodles of chocolate ganache, mint leaves, walnuts, and blueberries.
Vickey wrote, "Midnight special for the one and only Kiara..." on the box. To this, Kiara Advani wrote, "Vicky Kaushal, I'm not sharing."
Are you already craving some desserts for yourself?