Top 6 Desserts To Prepare This Eid-ul-Fitr

Sheer Khurma

– Sheer Khurma or Sevaiyaan is a popular dessert among South Asian Muslims. – This recipe uses milk, vermicelli, nuts and dried fruits, with some ghee, dates, and aromatic spices like cardamom.

Stuffed Dates

– While these taste great by themselves, some prefer taking them up a notch with stuffings. – Some add nut butter, crushed nuts, rose petals, melted chocolate, cream cheese, honey, among other commonly used toppings.


– Originally renowned as a Greek delicacy, Baklava is quite common among North Americans and in Turkey. – In the earlier years, cities in Istanbul used to host Baklava Parade during Ramadan.

Kuih Lapis

– Kuih Lapis (Kue Lapis) is essentially a steamed cake. – The main ingredients are rice flour, sago, coconut milk, eggs, and sugar.

Sweet Samosas

– These are triangle-shaped fried doughs stuffed with a sweet filling. – The filling generally consists of fruits like pears or apples with some sugar syrup-soaked nuts.

Sweet Rice

– Sweet rice is a dish when rice is cooked with saffron and sugar. – It results in a dessert called shole zard.

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