Make these easy flourless desserts during lockdown.

Highlights

  • Baking has become the new pasttime during lockdown.
  • Here are some recipes that don’t use any flour.
  • Try these flourless dessert recipes for a change.

Baking has become the new pastime during lockdown. We didn’t know there’s a baker in all of us until we spent days together trying all kinds of cakes and dessert recipes. Since, baking flours are flying off the shelves of grocery stores, we thought of saving some flour for our kitchen stock, and dug out these desert recipes that can be tried without using any kind of flour. So, use your leftover maida, sooji and atta for cooking and not baking.

7 Flourless Dessert Recipes:

1. Chocolate Cake

If you thought there’s no way you could make a cake without flour, take a look at this recipe. You can still make your favourite chocolate cook sans flour. All you need is some chocolate, eggs, butter, sugar and almonds shavings for garnishing. This chocolate cake is so easy to make, you’ll forget about using your old recipe.

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This flourless cake is just like your favourite chocolate cake. 

2. Oat Apple Crumble

Make crumbled mixture with oats, sugar, cinnamon and butter. Top with cut apples drizzled with lemon juice, sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg, and bake it to make a heavenly dessert.

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3. Kheer

This is the most common Indian dessert but can never get too old. Quick and easy to make, kheer made with rice, milk and sweetener is just the dish to make for sudden cravings.

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4. Kesari Shrikhand

Saffron-infused milk is mixed with yogurt, sugar and cardamom and garnished with dry fruits. That’s it, this simple yet yummy flourless dish is ready. You can also add fruits like mango to create different versions of shrikhand.

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5. Bread Pudding

This sweet pudding is made of bread, and no extra flour is used. Just make a bed of bread slices and top it with a mixture of eggs, milk, sugar, vanilla essence and raisins, then steam or bake it.

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6. Zucchini Halwa

We have made all kinds of halwa with flours, except, of course, gajar ka halwa. But, it is not possible to make gajar ka halwa in summers, so here is another no-flour halwa recipe – zucchini halwa.

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Zucchini halwa is a great no-flour dessert you must try. 

7. Bread Rasmalai

Here’s another recipe that replaces flour for bread for binding and adding depth to the dessert. Refrigerated spongy rasmalai with milky sweet syrup is perfect to satisfy your sweet tooth during summers.

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Continue churning out delicious desserts for your family, this lockdown 3 round being of no-four desserts. Enjoy!
 

About Neha GroverLove for reading roused her writing instincts. Neha is guilty of having a deep-set fixation with anything caffeinated. When she is not pouring out her nest of thoughts onto the screen, you can see her reading while sipping on coffee.

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