Instant Pot Carrot Halwa || Gajar ka Halwa (Paleo, AIP, Vegan)

Instant Pot Gajar ka Halwa (Dairy free Carrot Halwa)

Gajar ka Halwa is a special Indian dessert made from carrots (Gajar means carrots in Hindi) that has a texture somewhat in between a porridge and a fudge.  Grated carrots stewed with milk and sugar until all the milk evaporates … Continue reading

Walnut Barfi || Walnut Fudge (Paleo, Vegan)

Walnut Barfi (Paleo)

Happy Diwali to all of you who celebrate!  To those of you who are not familiar with Diwali, Diwali is one of the most important of all festivals that are celebrated in  India. Known as the ‘festival of lights’, it spiritually … Continue reading

Cashew Masala Milk || Cashew Masala Latte (Vegan, Paleo, Refined Sugar free)

 Masala Milk is a traditional Indian drink made using milk blended with nuts, spices and flavors. I am not sure which part of India this drink originated from.  In Maharashtra, during Kojagiri Poornima, it is a ritual to serve Masala … Continue reading

Kaju Barfi with honey || Refined sugar free Kaju Katli || Cashew Nut Fudge

Happy Diwali to all those who celebrate! I have two ‘Diwali special’ recipes for you and both of them have cashew nuts as the main ingredient. And both the recipes are extremely simple and easy! But most importantly the end … Continue reading

Happy Diwali!: Chocolate Nut Burfi (Vegan, Sugar free)

With Diwali just being around the corner….it falls on Oct 30th this year,  it is going to coincide with Halloween and we know what that means, right? Yes, just sugar overload! The traditional Diwali sweets mostly all require dairy and … Continue reading

Mango Coconut Halwa (Mango and Coconut fudge)

Happy Diwali to all! May the festival of lights light up your homes with love,good health and joy. And may it fire up your kitchen with enough warmth to provide comforting and indulgent foods through out the year for your family.! … Continue reading

Sesame and cashew nut brittle || Til Chikki with honey || Til Ladoo with honey

Today, January 14th  is Sankrant or Makara Sankranti , which is one of the most auspicious festivals for Hindus, and is celebrated in almost all parts of India and also in Nepal and SriLanka with great fervour and festivities.  Sankrant is a harvest festival and it also … Continue reading