Craving something sweet? Our dessert recipe collection has grown over the last few months. So here are fifteen of them; some of them require a bit of tediousness and precision while a whole lot of them are quite quick and easy to pull off.
Warm, rich, sweet and aromatic; there's always something special about eating barabo halwa.
Our version of the chocolate biscuit pudding is made from just a few ingredients; Cadbury Milk Chocolate, Milo, Marie biscuits and some milk.
Did you ever think that making fancy looking chocolate balls could be really, really easy?
Cinnamon pancakes with a rich cinnamon sauce; seriously yummy and perfect for a lazy and special weekend breakfast.
We like eating Roast Paan hot off the stove with a cup of black tea. Our version is not that sweet, so just add some sugar if you want to.
Check out our version of Saagu Pudding. Sweet, creamy and aromatic; it could be the perfect end to a special meal.
Making a pavlova might seem like a lot of work. But when you get the hang of it, it can be quite simple. The meringue-based dessert has a crisp crust and a soft light filling and we topped ours with kiwi, raspberries and apricots.
Here’s a tasty dosage of nostalgia: Cream Jehi Banas. Even though the colour really doesn't matter, we like our buns red or pink.
So few ingredients and so easy to make. Perfect for those times when you need a quick sweet treat.
Bread doesn’t always have to be boring. This moist date bread works well by itself. But we suggest you try it with a cream cheese spread as well.
Try these melt-in-your-mouth Caramel Folhi; three ingredients and a little bit of time is all it takes.
We like bondibai in general. But of all the types of bondibai that we have here, bambukeyo bondibai is definitely our favourite.
Pirini is such a special dessert that's really, really delicious and super simple to make. We just love it!
Quick and delicious Dhon Anbu Fudge. Just puree the mangoes, mix everything over the stove, put it in the fridge and that's it.
Making toffee is quite an adventure; you have to keep stirring and stirring and stirring. But in the end it’s really worth the effort.