5 New Age Wedding Sweets You Must Try

Gorging on sweets at weddings is something everyone loves to do. The yummy treats make the whole occasion a great deal more sweet. But gone are the days when it sufficed to serve gajar halwa with ice cream at the weddings. Today, the trend is to serve gourmet desserts that will be the highlight of the meal. If you are curious to find out more, here are 5 new age wedding sweets you must try:

Indian Chai Ice Cream 

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Chai is something which we Indians are very passionate about. And what can be better than an amalgamation between ice cream and chai? Include chai extracts to revv up the ice cream and make sure you serve it with tea cake!

Cake Push Pops

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Cake push pops are easy to eat and they look super-cute on display. They take the idea of a cake pop to the next level. Color coordinate the frosting in the push pop as a nod to your wedding color palette.

Gulab Jamun Cheesecake

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Gulab Jamun Cheesecake brings together the two most favorite sweets of a majority of Indians, Gulab Jamun and the new entrant in the world of Indian Desserts, Cheese Cake!  It will be an absolute hit and is one of the new age wedding sweets.

S’mores

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The classic cracker, marshmallow and chocolate sandwich, known as S’mores will leave everyone asking for more!  Take this campfire favorite to the next level by serving it up with unexpected add-ins, like cookie butter and salted caramels.

Firni Falooda Trifles 

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If you love phirni like us, then you can jazz it up with falooda mix to create this cute trifle served in tall glasses. Everyone will love it!

So what do you think about the sweets that are making the rounds at Indian weddings these days? Have you come across any such equally novel item at the weddings you have attended? We’d love to know!