Easy Raksha Bandhan Recipes | Dessert Recipes- Indian festivals are not only an extension of beliefs in holy legends and ceremonial rituals but also of undying faith, emotions and of course a melange of good food. Indians like every year, would be celebrating Raksha bandhan this year, and siblings are already gearing up to pamper each other for the day. The festival is all about celebrating the hot and sour, bitter-sweet relationship between a brother and sister.
We're sure that like every year, even this year you've planned something great for your sibling: to buy her favourite dress, a dazzling new phone or something else you know she's been longing for. This year we suggest you do something totally unexpected. Cook up some of the easiest and yummiest delights for your sibling and trust us, you will witness the widest of beaming smiles ever!
Step this way to get a crash course in 11 of the easiest desserts that you can create within 30 minutes to celebrate Raksha Bandhan:
Ditch the nearest halwai this rakhi, you've got to cook this yourself! Khoya, and nuts infused in sugar syrup, ready in a jiffy.
The old favorite made with khoya, flour and dipped in sugar syrup infused with saffron.
It takes a minute to express your love and a little more than that to create this sensational chocolate delicacy.
Quick, easy, hassle free chocolate cake-in-a-mug recipe with some oreo cookies.
A little care rolled up in a sweet batter full of dates, fluffed up into heartwarming delights.
Sweetened rolls loaded with dates and dry fruits.
Enjoy your festive evening with this traditional Goan sweet snack. Rice flour is kneaded into balls full with the goodness of coconut and jaggery.
Long, doughy, crispy and laced with snow white sugar icing. Churros are of Spanish origin and are eaten after being dipped in a big bowl of melted chocolate.
Here is a super easy churros recipe which will make your guests wonder if its home made or not.
A little rice with jaggery, cardamom and coconut is all you need to steam up this dreamy South Indian dessert. Serve hot and surprise the lot!
Here's for the traditional Iyenger style payasam recipe.
Surrender to the oozing, gooey burst of chocolate enveloped in the middle of this chocolate haven, it is just a 30 minute affair!
A perfect indulgence for every occasion yet very easy for every day dessert!
Got a couple of minutes to spare? Surprise your sibling with this perfect chocolate brownie
It's eggless, it's tasty and it's made oh-so-quickly.
Straight from Bengal into the comfort of your home. Whip up this traditional hit with an added twist of mangoes.
Got some biscuits lying in vain? Team them up with butter, nuts, honey and cocoa to arrive at this sweet surprise.
Crushed biscuits with butter, cocoa, coconut, nuts and honey.
A popular, pancake like Indian dessert from North India which is usually prepared on festivals and special occasions. Here is a recipe that has semolina and flour batter mixed with milk, fried in ghee and dipped in sugar syrup. A unique taste with combination of perfectly balanced sugar topped with chopped pistachios and almonds.
An Indian dessert recipe, Malpua is quite popular in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and parts of West Bengal with each having a different version of cooking it.
Have a Sweet and Warm Rakhi!