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New-Age Desserts to Serve At Your Wedding

By Richa

“There is only one difference between a long life and a good dinner: that, in the dinner, the sweets come last.” – So goes a saying by the famous Scottish novelist, poet, essayist, and travel writer, Robert Louis Stevenson. Experiment a little – ask your caterer to give an ideal twist to your dessert table. Here are some cute examples for you to get inspired by Purba Kalita, Co-Founder,

As the above-mentioned saying suggests, the dessert course or sweet dish is certainly an important part of any meal, and also one of the most awaited. When it comes to weddings, the dessert menu is usually given as much consideration as the main course since a good sweet ending can justify the whole meal.
A true-blue Indian wedding must include perennially popular desi sweets such as laddoos, gulab jamun, and gajar/moong dal halwa in the dessert section. The cultural background of families also determines the kind of sweets being offered during the wedding; for example – one can always find sandesh and rosogolla at Bengali wedding ceremonies. However, irrespective of which wedding you go to, you can always find some new sweets among the classics that equally appease the taste buds and inspire you to try new things from time to time.

Let us explore seven delicious new-age Indian wedding sweets:

Chocolates – Chocolates are the most obvious choice in this list, simply because people love chocolates. The best part is that it is versatile and can be mixed with different sweet dishes to create new desserts. Be it chocolate burfi or chocolate kulfi, you can always find some variation of a sweet dish that is transformed with the addition of chocolate. These days, many people serve chocolate-covered almonds and cashews as quick bites between meals or as a light dessert option. Many Indian weddings consist of a dessert bar, complete with a chocolate fountain. Guests can choose any sweet dish and just pour the liquid chocolate pour over it, taking it to a whole new level.

Chocolate fondue – Another chocolate-based dessert variation is chocolate fondue, which usually serves as the centerpiece for all things sweet. Inspired from the classic Swiss dish consisting of melted cheese served in a communal vessel or pot and eaten by dipping pieces of bread into it, the chocolate fondue serves the same purpose, except it involves dipping various sweet treats like marshmallows and fruits into melted chocolate.

Mini Cupcakes – Mini cupcakes are the latest addition to the range of sweets offered in most wedding ceremonies held across India. Apart from being delicious, they are also delightful and pleasing to look at. Some weddings give a personal touch by offering guests customised frosting to go with their mini cupcakes.

Cookies – A new favourite among wedding planners and caterers are cookies of all shapes, sizes, and flavours. They seem to dominate the dessert section at almost every Indian wedding and are a great alternative for those who prefer light and dry sweets.

Flavoured marshmallows with sweet crackers – Marshmallow with cracker is a traditional American campfire treats now gaining popularity across the globe. Commonly known as s’mores, this dessert offers roasted marshmallows sandwiched between cracker biscuits (graham crackers) layered with chocolate.

Chai-flavored ice-cream – What do you get when you combine two foods that people in India absolutely love? Chai-flavored ice-cream! A unique dessert creation, this dish fulfils the dream of all those who find it difficult to choose between tea and ice-cream. Chai in India is conventionally prepared by adding sugar and milk to the brew for a unique milky taste. The success of this one-of-a-kind dessert proves that Indian consumers have a palate for all things fusion and are open to try new flavours. And Indian weddings are the perfect place to experience that.

Macaroons – Macaroons are Italian baked desserts made from ground almonds and coconuts. Soft and chewy, they are usually paired with chocolate, jam, or whipped cream. These little treats are a great addition to Indian wedding sweets, finding their way also into invitation packages.

No matter what you prefer, you should definitely try these seven delicious additions on the Indian wedding dessert menu and expose your palate to flavours you never knew existed before.

Author - Purba Kalita, Co-Founder,

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