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No churn Rose icecream recipe- No machine required – no churn icecream recipes

This is one of the most delicious homemade icecream I have had.I started making icecreams only last summer for first time and this year I got to make a couple of icecreams too. This recipe is very similar to the no churn vanilla icecream I posted few months back. The only difference is that I have used rose flavour in this one. It was really delicious and had a beautiful rose flavour. It tasted more like kulfi as rose is more of a Indian flavour and the addition of condensed milk tasted like khoya. I shared this with a friend…

 

Eggless chocolate cake using condensed milk – easy eggless bakes

Its a long time now I posted a cake recipe. So I decided to do it today. I had made this cake for a friend when we visited her family during Navaratri. It was festival time , so I wanted to make it eggless. Nevertheless , I have been posting lot of eggless cakes nowadays as lot of readers ask for egg substitutes in the recipe with eggs. I have used condensed milk as the egg substitute and have not used any extra sugar apart from the condensed milk which was sweetened. The recipe I followed here was very similar…

 

Besan Burfi – Instant mohanthal recipe- easy diwali sweet recipes

We usually have a small get together with prayers on Thursday. So yesterday I decided to make this sweet for the prasad. As diwali is approaching next week, I thought a burfi/fudge would be apt for the occasion. This one is really easy to make and does not take a long time too. So you can make this during this festival especially if you are short of time. Here is a list of sweet recipes you can make during this diwali. And if you are really in a hurry, then I can suggest you some easy and less time consuming…

 

Eggless vanilla cake using condensed milk – easy eggless bakes

It has been raining cakes at my home for the last couple of days. And as there were lot of festivals going on, I was baking eggless versions most of the time. I baked the dates cake for Navratri potluck lunch and was appreciated by everyone. My hubby has been asking to bake it again and I will be doing it soon.I have been dreaming of dates cake topped with some badam halwa !!Awesome combo , wouldn’t it be!!!Then I carried a eggless chocolate cake for my friends kids and then a vanilla cake for a friend’s kid who came…

 

Blueberry kulfi icecream – easy Icecream recipes

Life had suddenly become very busy since last week. Kiddo’s exams, navratri, some parent activities in school kept me occupied. Though a little tired, I totally enjoyed this small change from usual routine. I have been meeting some new people due to this navratri festival and also some super enthusiastic parents in kiddo’s school. So though I had a few posts in my drafts, I did not find time for the blogging activities. Now as the long weekend is approaching, I decided to do a post today. These frozen treats was never my forte previously.But when I made the awesome…

 

Chocolate fudge recipe

I had bought lot of different kinds of cooking chocolates last year to make some brownies and cakes. But I never found time to use them. I realized they were nearing the expiry date. I was contemplating whether to use them in brownies or the fudges. I thought it would yield too many fudges and will remain uneaten and end up in trash. I went ahead with the fudge recipe. It did yield enough fudges and I had my own fears when I was pouring the mixture on to the pan. Later I convinced myself that if they are not…

 

Brown rice payasam

Happy Tamil new year to all the readers of Creative Saga. All the very best wishes for a very happy and prosperous year!!! When I started replacing white rice with brown rice , my hubby asked me to try payasam with it. He said some temples in Kerala offer brown rice payasam as prasadam(offering or neivedyam) and it tastes quite delicious. It was in my mind for sometime and I tried this recently during a religious get together. Everyone loved it a lot. It actually tasted even better than the usual paal payasam because of the nutty taste of the…

 

Kalakand recipe with paneer/chenna – easy and quick

After seeing cham’s ooey gooey sweet, I had fallen in love with it. Never knew the recipe was so simple. Cham has given many versions of the kalakand recipe. Later I saw it in LG’s blog and the version she had used sounded quite simple. So I decided to go ahead with that version. It came out really good and tasted great too. Pistachios would have been more appropriate for garnishing, but I did not have them. So I used almonds instead. Find recipe for mango kalakand here.