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Eid is never complete without a huge bowl of dessert, sitting in the fridge to be devoured. Meethi eid pay meetha is essential! We understand that the circumstances are not the best, but let us try to make the most of it by doing our part.

Eid will be either on the 24th or 25th of May, which means you have plenty of time to make up your mind of which dessert you want to prepare. Collect all the ingredients you want, better hurry up because of the lockdown; people will flood out in the last Ashra of Ramadan. You would want to avoid that and maintain social distancing.

Here are our top 5 picks for you to try out this Eid!

  1. Pineapple Cream Dessert

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    Pineapple cream dessert is somewhat like a cheesecake in a glass. Given the temperature, these individual servings will lighten up your mood after Eid lunch. Chill them up to 4 hours in the fridge before serving.

    You can find the recipe here

  2. Shahi Tukray Roll-Ups

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    Shahi Tukray is a traditional dessert eaten on special occasions in Pakistan. On the special occasion of Eid, make Shahi Tukray from scratch. You can try the Food fusion recipe for Shahi Tukray on Youtube.

    Warning: Extremely addictive and high in calories.

  3. Chocolate Cake
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    Given the circumstances, buying a cake from a bakery isn’t the safest choice. Make it at home! Bake a delicious chocolate cake with your siblings or parents.

    Collect all the ingredients you need to bake a cake. Hit the kitchen on Chand Raat or Eid. Best served with breakfast.

  4.  Sheer Khurma

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    Eid festivities are incomplete without Sheer Khurma! The dish means milk with dates. It is a creamy vermicelli pudding made with milk, lots of nuts, dates, and sugar!

    It is often made during Eid in the Indian subcontinent, Afghanistan, and also parts of central Asia.

  5. Kheer

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    Kheer is everyone’s favorite. Easy to make with ingredients you already have back home. You just need rice, sugar, and milk, and you’re good to go.

    You can either use the instant mix from the market, which will be easier to make, or you can follow a traditional recipe.

    Let us know which one will you try in the comment section below. We can’t wait for Eid to try these delicious desserts out!

    Remember to stay home and take care of others.

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