These are a great way to satisfy your kids’ (or your) donut cravings minus the unhealthy amount of sugar and dough. Mine love them as much as the regular donuts and always consider them as treats.
Shahi-Kaiserschmarrn is a fusion of an Indian dessert shahi tukda and a German dessert Kaiserschmarrn. When the giant pancake (kaiserschmarrn) absorbs the creamy thick milk (shahi-milk), magic happens.
You wouldn’t believe how easy it is to make your own homemade pineapple jam. This jam has been one of the life savior for me. My kids can have it for breakfast, lunch and dinner (if permitted 😉).
Made with whole wheat flour, sweetened with dates. Having the crunch of walnuts, moisture from pumpkin and hints or orange, this cake couldn’t get any healthier. Oh wait! Did I mention the cream cheese frosting sweetened with maple syrup?
Using almond flour instead of semolina and sweetened with dates instead of sugar, this is a much healthier version of traditional sooji ka halwa (semolina halwa). Serve it at breakfast for a morning energy boost or enjoy it with your evening tea for some warmth in the chilly winter evenings.