There are so many new creative ideas shared online, which have been going viral, or to say the least, look so good.
I saw this Rose Dalgona recipe online, and I had to try it out. A totally amazing sweet beverage.

Recipe video:

1 cup of Whipped Cream
2 Tbsp of Sugar
Add Rose Syrup/Essence
2 Cups of Milk
Ice cubes (optional)


  1. First, you pour whipped cream into your bowl, add ‘Rose Syrup or Rose Essence’ depending on which one you have available in your kitchen and whipped it with the beater.
  2. Put ice in an empty glass. You can now add up to half or three-quarters of milk into your glass. Next, pour the rose mixture into the glass.
  3. Finally, once you have added all the rose mixture you’ve whisked, give it a final touch with rose petals on top of the rose cream you just produced.
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Easy-to-make restaurant-like shake at home. This shake is for all those moms who want to impress their kids with some cool cooking. And what’s better than chocolate when you want kids to come, grab it?
It’s obviously true that Nutella makes everything taste better. Shake it with nutritious milk to get a healthy yet tasty recipe.


I shot this recipe for IBC ‘Swad ki rasoi’ programme chocolate -special episode.

For all the Nutella-lovers out there!

Preparation Time: 5 mins

Makes – 2 glass

Cold Milk – 2 cup (previously boiled and cooled)
Icing Sugar or Normal Sugar – 2 tbsp or as needed
Nutella – 3 tbsp
Chocolate ice cream 1.5 cup
Icecubes as needed


For Glass decoration:

  1. Apply melted chocolate on sides of glasses and freeze for 5-10 minutes.
  2. Stick Britannia little heart biscuits on this chocolate with the help of some more melted chocolate. Chill for some time.
  3. You now have fancy glasses for the Nutella shake.PicsArt_07-13-09.25.15.jpg


  1. Take all your ingredients.
  2. Take everything in a blender and puree till frothy.
  3. Pour into serving glass and enjoy.img_0442
  • NOTES:
  • You can use cookie crumbs, choco chips

  • and sprinkles instead of Britannia little hearts.

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