Popular Homemade Easter Egg Recipes – Sweet & Savory
Here are some amazing Easter egg dessert recipes and popular Easter eggs that are just adorable.
Unique and quirky Dessert and Cake recipes from all over the world, with a focus on East Indian sweets!
Here are some amazing Easter egg dessert recipes and popular Easter eggs that are just adorable.
Traditional East Indian Christmas sweets include one delicious dessert made from almond marzipan. They take a while to make, but these almond marzipan shaped like stars, Santa, trees, fruits, flowers, veggies, and more are the perfect Christmas treat for friends and family.
Different ways that indigenous East Indians of Mumbai make Marzipan Desserts for Christmas, Easter and other times.
Shankarpali is a sweet crispy diamond-shaped snack that is quite popular in the Konkan belt of India. This bite-sized treat is made with just a handful of ingredients. Shankarpali is a popular sweet …
Gajar Halwa is a delicious Indian sweet dish made with fresh carrots. Eaten hot or cold, this mouth-watering dessert will keep you coming back for seconds!
Everyone will love these Irish desserts, sweets and treats. They’re the perfect way to end any classic Irish meal!
Cottage cheese and fruit go hand in hand! Here are some mouthwatering recipes that contain cottage cheese and fruit!
No-bake vegetarian Mango Cheesecake is an awesome soft and creamy dessert to beat the summer heat!
The sweet Royal Icing is easy to make in a few minutes. Use royal icing to decorate cakes, cookies, or easter eggs.
Chocolate Marzipan Easter Eggs are an amazing treat to celebrate the resurrection of our Lord Jesus at Easter! A mix of chocolate and marzipan, these delicious and soft Easter eggs are the perfect dessert!
Traditional East Indian Almond Marzipan Easter Eggs are a delightful way of celebrating the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ at Easter! They may take some time to make but they’re delicious and a good treat to both kids and grown-ups.
What is a traditional Easter lunch? Here's what East Indians cook for Easter Lunch to celebrate Jesus’ resurrection.
My ma’s colorful blancmange-filled Easter eggs are a childhood treat so delicious that it’s etched my memory. So cooling and yum, these delightful eggs are a cooling treat for hot summer days!
Eggless Marzipan Easter Eggs are a delicious and soft treat for Easter time! Celebrate Christs’ resurrection with these delightful Paschal Eggs that are gluten free and vegan.
A butterscotch cake with the most decadent taste is now easy to make. There’s nothing like butterscotch and hazelnut crunch in a cake to immerse yourself in a rich and unique flavor.
Cream Cheese Frosting is a delicious topping for cakes and also cupcakes. This tangy, sweet, and creamy frosting is so good, you will want to use it for all your baked desserts. But it goes especially well with carrot cake!
Carrot cake is a delicious and moist treat made with freshly grated carrots. This tasty and rich spice cake is best eaten warm or fresh out of the oven. Top with cream cheese frosting or serve with ice cream!
Moong Dal Halwa is a delicious and aromatic dessert from North India, but popular all over the country. Served hot with some lovely vanilla ice cream this moong dal sweet is just perfect!
East Indian Borose is a delightfully sweet coconutty cookie made with semolina. This traditional East Indian cookie is perfect for tea or as a Christmas dessert!
Apricot and Peach Crumble is a popular dessert made with a flour and butter-based topping and soft fruit filling. It’s sweet and comforting and can be served with cream, ice cream, or custard.
East Indian dark fruit cake is so delicious and dense, it will tickle your taste buds. Serve for Christmas lunch or dinner with some great homemade wine.
East Indian food is so delicious and tasty, once you’ve tried it, you’ll be craving for more. From appetizers or breads, to main courses or desserts, you’ll be left drooling!
Dark choco munchies are a quick and easy-to-make homemade chocolatey snack of puffed rice and nuts. Delicious and easy!
Melktert is a spiced creamy custard pie that is a classic South African dessert. This yummy milk tart is a go-to dessert for any celebration.
Romany Creams are a delicious crunchy coconutty chocolate-cream-filled biscuit that is easy to make. Serve this South African delight with some hot coffee or cocoa and you’ll be in heaven!
Bol Lucrecia is a traditional East Indian Coconut Pie dessert that is moist on the inside and crispy outside. So delicious, it will leave you craving for more! Bake any time of the year when you want to impress your family and friends.
Carambolas are an East Indian dessert or East Indian ‘sweet’ as we call them that’s made around Christmas time. More commonly known as Kulkuls, this sugary frosted treat made by most East Indian Christian households are called carambolas when they’re star fruit-shaped.
Apple Pie Cookies are just yum! The delicate crumbly melt in your mouth crust and the apple pie filling are an amazing combination. Can be made any time of the year as a snack or dessert!
Apple halwa is a delicious dessert that goes really well with vanilla ice cream or can be eaten plain. Served hot or cold, it’s the perfect way to end a meal!
Bol De Coc is a traditional East Indian coconut cake that’s quite similar to the Thalie sweet. This cake has a delicious coconutty taste and a moist crumb, and is the perfect tea time snack!
Simple and elegant, the coconut barfi infused with roses is perfect to indulge your sweet tooth! This version of the traditional Indian burfi is coconutty and creamy, sweet and rosy!
Thalie Sweet is a traditional East Indian coconut cake usually baked around Christmas Time. This yummy dense cake has a mouthful of coconut in every bite!
Made with ripe bananas, this Indian dessert is easy to make but requires some refrigeration time. The banana barfi is perfect to prepare a few hours or days in advance.
Bolings are a sweet coconut semolina cookie that is made at Christmas time in most East Indian Catholic households! They are so simple and easy to make! What’s better; this yummy coconut treat can also be enjoyed as a tea-time snack any time of the year!
Kwareżimal, a Maltese recipe originally made during Lent is quick and easy to make. It is a popular Lenten sweet — a chewy almond biscuit in an oblong shape, often brown due to cacao powder.
Homemade Dark Choc Coconut Bites are a yummy and easy-to-make dessert or snack. Chocolatey and coconutty at the same time, these kurmura bites are just delicious!
Apart from the traditional pancakes that we eat every other day, there are some truly unique recipes for pancakes. So, if you are wondering what to do with pancakes that you haven’t tried before, try some of these 30+ unusual pancake recipes.
With toppings ranging from maple syrup to honey, or fruits and berries, nuts and cream, these pancakes are sure to make you drool! Here are 30+ sweet pancake recipes to start your day on a yummy note!
Easter calls for a celebration of new life, knowing that we have a lot to look forward to! Celebrate this day with some amazing desserts that are just adorable.
Rum and Raisin Chocolate Brownies are so delicious, you’ll be craving for more. Easy to make these, scrumptious brownies are just what you need to feel upbeat. Top them with chocolate ganache and rose petals to treat your love!
Heart-shaped cookies are an easy bake for Valentine’s Day or any other time of the year! Ready in an hour, treat your loved ones to some scrumptious cookies.
Easy to make Rose shaped cookies for Valentines day! These soft homemade cookies are delicious and bake in just about 25 mins!
From cakes to cookies, from indulgent to healthy, here’s a list of valentine treats to surprise your sweet love! And it doesn’t just have to be for a special someone. Valentine’s Day is a great time to show your parents or siblings that you love them. What a better way to sweeten the day than baking some goodies for your loved one.
A delightful cake made of sweet pitted dates and crunchy walnut pieces, the Date and Walnut Cake is often made for Christmas, special events, and birthdays. Easy to make at home, this traditional East Indian version from Mumbai is a much sought after Christmas delicacy!
Simple and easy to make these Indian Nankhatais are a perfect treat for Christmas but are loved throughout the year. Ready in a short while, this melt in the mouth eggless biscuit leaves you wanting more!
Homemade white chocolate mamra (puffed rice) is a semi-healthy sweet puffed rice snack that can be eaten anytime.
Kul-Kuls are a traditional East Indian sweet made around Christmas time! This sugary shell shaped treat made by most Indian Christian households is a great option for a sweet exchange with family and friends!
Guava Cheese is a tasty East Indian sweet dish especially prepared around Christmas time! Both chewy and fudgy, there’s a mouthful of Guava in every bite.
Kaddu ha halwa is an Indian pumpkin dessert that is quick and easy to make. A seasonal dish that is widely made by North Indians during festivals, this yummy sweet dish can be …
Bottle Gourd halwa is a dessert made by many Indian households. As a popular traditional Indian mithai, dudhi ka halwa is very easy to make and can be served warm, hot or cold. You cannot call it healthy, but it is delicious!
This Semolina date and orange cake is so flavourful you’ll be craving for more! The bittersweet taste of the orange peel and dates is just mouth-watering. Make this perfectly moist semolina cake for an anniversary, birthday, or even Christmas.
Naralchi Wadi or Kopra Pak is a popular dessert in Maharashtra, India. It’s easy to make naralchi wadi at home using this recipe.
So this Christmas we were looking at the list of Christmas dishes made across the world, but we just wanted to make some simple cookies that tasted like shortbread and were yummy too! …
East Indian Light Fruit Cake is a delicious treat for Christmas dessert or even as a regular tea-time snack. So yum and fruity, you won’t be able to stop at just one.
That sister of mine keeps asking me to write down all of the recipes that I throw together ever so often. I mean, I just throw them together. It’s not like I plan …
What’s your favorite not-too-sweet Christmas dessert? Mine are date rolls. What are these East Indian date rolls? Date rolls are simple and easy to make bites that are similar to buttery shortbread cookies …
Walnut fudge, also known as Milk and Cocoa fudge is a traditional East Indian sweet made for Christmas! This sweet is made in various shapes and sizes, chunks or molded. Try one and you can’t resist another!
Recipe for how to make Gluten-Free Milk Cream? Little drops of heaven that melt in your mouth, that’s what we think they are. But some people just call this the East Indian milk …
You know it’s nearing Diwali, when your family starts making many many sweets; and among them the traditional wheat halwas or Karachi Halwa or Cornflour Halwa or Custard Powder Halwas, or whatever your …
Desserts using rice flour or cooked rice in them; rice puddings, rice cakes, Indian rice desserts and more.
I love eating dates! A handful of the sweet luscious fruit is more than enough to satisfy my sugar cravings after each meal. I sometimes eat them as snacks too. Don’t you? I …
So last week we made the sugar free gluten free anjeer barfi or fig barfi for dad that’s really yummy to taste. But this week we figured we’d show you how we do …
I love sweets, just like my dad. But dad is diabetic, so we try to keep his sugar intake under control. That doesn’t stop him from finding something or the other in the …
This traditional East Indian coconut cake is different from regular coconut cakes. It’s dense and moist, and a delight to eat. Traditionally made with fresh coconut, you can also use desiccated coconut.
Sand cake is a gluten-free East Indian cake made of rice flour. Grainy and buttery, it’s the perfect tea-time snack! And it goes well with ice cream too!
This simple and easy-to-make nutmeg cake is just delicious! A tea-time treat that’s warm and soft. So come tea time and we want something sweet and spicy to eat. And the easiest thing …
The traditional pancakes made by the East Indian community of Mumbai are different from what Westerners would conceive as pancakes. But these tasty coconut-filled sweet pancakes are a delight to eat!
Coconut Cordial is one of the easiest East Indian sweets for Christmas to make. And it tastes yummy too! Granny has always made the coconut version of cordial. Some people use almonds or …
Growing up, the house started smelling of Christmas from early December. Literally! You could smell marzipan, vanilla cream, thali sweet, cordial, Christmas cake and so much more. The best part of being East …
Brown balls and white balls. Those are our punny names for gulab jamuns or rosgullas. But I’ve not heard any jokes about honey balls or snow balls yet. Is it because East Indian honey …
The Easter Eggs made by the East Indian community in Mumbai, India are made using almond or cashewnut marzipan. Although there is a slight learning curve with this recipe, it tastes better than chocolate Easter eggs and is the perfect Easter gift for friends and relatives!
Two East Indian aunties meet on the street. “Hello Lucy, how are you re?” “I’m good men, how are you and the babas?” “We’re all good men. Where you went?” “To the bakery …
A checkerboard sponge cake shaped in the form of Lightning McQueen. Kids who watch Disney’s Cars movies will love this cake and the layers of chocolate and marzipan.