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12 Best Indian Desserts

people associate Indian cuisine with various types of curry. While
that’s a true and tried classic, Indian cuisine has much more to
offer. Today we thought we’d concentrate on the type of desserts
India has to offer and let’s just say these ones we picked for you
are the best and tastiest ones. However these are just a few that we
picked, there’s so much more kinds of Indian sweets out there.


is a sweet Indian dessert made of rice flour, coconut, jaggery, nuts
and spices. It’s kind of like a sweet dumpling made in a very
specific shape. Modaks can be steamed or fried, they’re delicious
no matter how you choose to cook them.

Modak | 12 Best Indian Desserts | Her Beauty


Indian dessert is very quick and easy to make and it’s sweet yet
nutritious and high in protein. Rasgulla is basically cheese balls
you make from scratch and then boil them in syrup for 10-15 minutes
to make them taste sweet.

Rasgulla | 12 Best Indian Desserts | Her Beauty


is a sweet and milky dessert that’s a classic in many Indian
households. It’s freshly made condensed milk with saffron and some
nuts thrown in for added flavor and crunch.

Basundi | 12 Best Indian Desserts | Her Beauty

Kaju Katli

Katli, also sometimes called Kaju Barfi, are a type of sweet that
you’ve probably seen everywhere if you’ve ever been to India or
even an Indian restaurant. It’s a soft cookie made from cashew

Kaju Katli | 12 Best Indian Desserts | Her Beauty

Sooji Coconut Ladoo

is a quick and yummy sweet made of roasted sooji, coconut, sugar and
milk. Those are all the ingredients you need, but you can customize
them and add something else to flavor them how you like it. These are
very popular at parties.

Sooji Coconut Ladoo | 12 Best Indian Desserts | Her Beauty

Doodh Peda

Peda is a dessert that’s so easy to make you can literally make it
in the microwave. You need milk, milk powder, ghee and sugar to
create the base and then you just shape them and decorate with nuts.


Doodh Peda | 12 Best Indian Desserts | Her Beauty

Carrot Kalakand

Kalakand is an Indian version of carrot cake mixed with a cheesecake.
The main ingredients are carrots, ricotta cheese and condensed milk.
It’s delicious and sweet and it’s healthy since it’s got carrot
in it, right?

Carrot Kalakand | 12 Best Indian Desserts | Her Beauty

Mango Shrikhand

you love frozen yogurt you will love this dessert. It’s made of
pureed mango, yogurt, cardamom and sugar. Mango Shrikhand is usually
served chilled and topped with crushed nuts for added texture and

Mango Shrikhand | 12 Best Indian Desserts | Her Beauty

Mango Coconut Burfi

treat for mango lovers. Manco coconut burfi combines flavors of mango
and coconut to create the most heavenly fudge ever. And it’s
actually super easy to make, only takes 20 minutes and will make your
home smell like tropical heaven.

Mango Coconut Burfi | 12 Best Indian Desserts | Her Beauty

Carrot Halwa

halwa might look strange to you but trust us, it’s absolutely
delicious. Sure, it’s not a cookie or a cake, but once you try a
spoonful of it – your life will never be the same. It’s a sweet
treat from the gods.

Carrot Halwa | 12 Best Indian Desserts | Her Beauty


is a frozen dessert that’s similar to ice-cream but it’s richer
and creamier than you could ever imagine. It’s made from condensed
milk and typically flavored with pistachios or mango, cardamom and

Kulfi | 12 Best Indian Desserts | Her Beauty

Soan Papdi

Soan papdi is a unique Indian dessert that has the fluffiest texture that will melt in your mouth, leaving a deliciously sweet flavor. This one is not easy to make but we definitely recommend you try it if you get a chance.

Soan Papdi | 12 Best Indian Desserts | Her Beauty

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