Try These 3 Rose Desserts To Make Your Eid-al-Adha Even Sweeter

HAPPY BAKRID 2022: Eid-al-Adha, also known as Bakrid, is one of the most auspicious Muslim holidays in the world. The festival that marks the importance of sacrifice in Islam is celebrated on 10 Zul Hijjah, according to the Islamic calendar. The day is celebrated to remember and honor the offering made by Prophet Ibrahim who voluntarily agreed to sacrifice his beloved son to obey supreme power.

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Every year the festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm and a big party. As they say, no festival is complete without sweets, so how can it be. So, to make your Bakrid even more special, we bring you some of the most delicious rose dessert ideas you can enjoy after eating all that spicy food.

Rose Falooda

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While the monsoon has hit some areas, the heat still isn’t leaving many parts sooner. So, to beat the heat, what better than to have a fresh Falooda with a hint of refreshing rose. To prepare this mouth-watering delicacy, you only need four simple ingredients, rose syrup, sprinkles, basil seeds and milk. You can add fruit and ice cream to make it even more delicious.

Rose Kheer

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(Representative image: Shutterstock)

What could be better than adding aromatic flavor to your simple dessert and making it special! After preparing your usual kheer, add a few drops of rose essence or rose syrup and mix well. Now, after topping it with all the dried fruits, add some fresh rose petals to it to make it tempting. Isn’t it amazing?

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Rose Barfi

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(Representative image: Shutterstock)

No cooking, no fuss and ready in just 30 minutes, this rose barfi is the best way to save time to stay in the kitchen for the duration of the festival. The simple rose barfi recipe can be made with powdered milk, rose syrup, sugar, pista and ghee. You just have to keep stirring so it doesn’t burn and overcook. Trust us, this easy way to replace khoya and milk with powdered milk will be a lifesaver when you need a quick recipe.

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