Dessert Recipe

Easy dessert recipes E-book download

The enclosed E-book contains 50 dessert recipes containing variety of desserts including eggless, dairy-free, gluten free and vegan varieties. The recipes are grouped into 7 sections:-

  • Kheer recipes

Kheer is a Indian sweet pudding prepared by thickening milk often
with rice, grains, vermicelli, or vegetables. It is also known as payesh, payesam, phirni and so on depending on the ingredients used

  • Halwa recipes

Halwa is a sweet dish popular in all parts of India and its neighboring countries. The dish halwa is said to have an Arabic origin. In this dish any
grain or vegetables are fried in clarified butter or ghee and then sweetened with sugar and milk and generally packed with dried fruits and
aromatics forming a fudgy texture. They can be easily used as a filling in tarts and pies too and baked to yield delicious festival desserts.

  • Sandesh recipes

Sandesh is a sweet dish originating from the Eastern part of India. It is
prepared by cooking chhena or paneer (made by curdling milk) with sugar
and aromatics. Sometimes mawa( evaporated milk) is used instead of
paneer. Then it may be known as peda.

  • Laddu recipes

Laddu or laddoo is a ball shaped sweet dish originating from the
Indian subcontinent. Made primarily with grains bound with
clarified butter or edible gum and rich with dried fruits and aromatics, they are a festival treat.

  • Baked dessert recipes

Some desserts are baked instead of cooking on direct flame or a
combination of cooking and baking may be used. popular ones are cakes,
tarts, pies, cookies etc.

  • Sweet treats

Sweet treat is a sweet food, any kinds of food with sugar in it like a
piece of cake, chocolates, candied fruits or vegetables, fried dough
soaked in sugar syrup qualifies as sweet treats.

  • Frozen desserts

Frozen dessert is a dessert made by freezing fruit puree, custards,
smoothies, liquids and sometimes even solids. They can be sorbets ,ice-creams, falooda (made with vermicelli flavored with syrup and soaked chia seeds) on milk and cream (most ice creams)


The contributors to these recipes comes mainly from the participants of the Cooking for fun international recipe contest and the judges and myself.

Editor and Host of the contest:

Indrani Sen


  • Chef Nishant Choubey
  • Chef Ananya Banerjee
  • Azlin Bloor
  • Paul Binns
  • Panchali Dutta
  • Jayashree T Rao


  1. Aparna Chowdhury
  2. Aparna Mukherjee
  3. Brishti Ghosh
  4. Bulbul Mazumdar
  5. Hina Iftikhar
  6. Joy Stewart
  7. Manu Bulchandani
  8. Maria Nasir
  9. Mayuri Patel
  10. Pallavi Vakil
  11. Preeti Sridhar
  12. Pushpa Moorjani
  13. Rakesh Punmia
  14. Reshma Desai
  15. Rummy Nagpal
  16. Sreeparna Dey
  17. Sumitra Chowdhury
  18. Supriti Dhar
  19. Susmita Ghosh
  20. Swati Malik
  21. Tania Banik
  22. Tulika Santra


Indrani Sen is a teacher,lecturer in Information Technology/Computer Science for the past 12 years. She has authored 4 text books in Information Technology.
She is passionate about cooking and loves to blog about food and travel.This blog is like my baby as I have built it from scratch by myself with little help from colleagues ,friends and of course Google.

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