To celebrate World Milk Day today, here’s a list of delightfully delicious milk based desserts from your favourite food bloggers. These recipes are as yummy and fuss-free as they look.

Out of many dishes you experiment during the lockdown, today on World Milk Day, try your hands at these assorted desserts made with soy milk, almond milk or dairy milk. It’s true that growing up most of us didn’t like drinking milk for many reasons, one of the most common ones being that it is boring. It’s true a plain glass of milk can be quite boring but now that you’re an adult you can give your own spin to it and make it as interesting and delicious as you want it to be. This is why we’ve made a list of delicious milk based desserts that you will surely enjoy. What makes us think you will like them? Well, your favourite food bloggers and chefs swear by these recipes of pudding, ice cream, kheer, protein pancake and other delicious items!

So, go on and indulge in these milk-based desserts! Try them today, tomorrow or anytime because every day is a milk day.

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Summer = loooots and lots of ice cream, all day every day! I remember both my nani and my mum used to make ice-cream at home from scratch. And it used to make me SOO happy as a kid (still does) and surprisingly it’s SOO incredibly simple- just whipping 500 ml double cream and 200 grams condensed milk until the double cream thickens and then throwing in whatever flavour you like. I remember this ombré pink ice-cream was one of the first pictures I shots when I picked up food photography. I took this photo on my iPad and it continues to be one of my fave shot. This summer, the plan is to make lots of ice cream with mummy again! @vogueindia @my_foodstory your turn to take #familyiseverything forward and share a recipe that is special to you and your fam!

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Tropical Chia Seed Coconut Pudding… Serves 6-8 500ml coconut milk 7 tbsp white chia seeds 6-8 tbsp honey/maple syrup Whisk together to mix. Repeat every half hour, until it begins to thicken. It'll take about 2-3 hours. I often leave it overnight, then layer the puddings the next day. Mango layer 1 mango diced 2-3 tsp raw sugar Pinch saffron Reserve half the diced mango. Finely chop or blend coarsely the remaining, and stir in the saffron and sugar. I normally use my little @tupperware_india chopper for this. It's one of the best gadgets I own. Note: Can be done a day in advance Strawberry layer 200g strawberries, sliced 2 tbsp brown sugar 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar Place all above in a shallow glass dish, and roast for about 25 minutes until fragrant and deep red. Cool completely, then chill. I make a large batch and use it through the week for different desserts, to top granola parfaits etc. Note: Can be done a day in advance. If you don't have balsamic vinegar, then use a dash of lime juice and process the strawberries as the mangoes above. That works well too. Assemble Layer the pudding with the chia seed mix, mango saffron layer, diced mangoes and the strawberry layer. Chill until ready to serve #PAB #sweet #dessert #thekitchn #mango #vsco #foodstyling #food #foodphotography #foodandrustic #foodphotography #comfortfood #cleaneating #feedfeed #beautifulcuisines #foodatinstagram #delhigram #eeeeeats #thebakefeed #specialoccasion #nograins #easter #summer

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This mango rice kheer is the most chilled dessert you are going to have this summer. It's a lovely combination of classic kheer with a delicious combination of seasonal mango pulp. Very ideal for Eid too, as it can be made well ahead in time and chill until needed. You can give a twist or two, if you like, by adding vermicelli or sago instead of rice. This way you can reduce the cooking time even more. Recipe below, and also check out other Bohra food bloggers @mealswithmemories @eat_hog_repeat @recipe52 @yummie_snacks @yummyparadise.53 @sarahly.flavours @m.a.dfoodie @beingamommy_umaima @acookingaffair to see what Eid dessert they have to share! Ingredients: 3 ripe mangoes, peeled, chopped and pureed 1 litre full fat milk 1 cups rice 1 cup sugar 2 tbsp raisins 2 tbsp almonds 1 tsp rose water 1 tsp cardamom powder Rose petals and crushed nuts for garnishing Method: 1. Take milk in a large pan, and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat and let the milk simmer. 2. Wash and cook rice with 2 cups water. When done, mash it with a fork. When the milk thickens, add rice gradually and mix well. 3. Now add the sugar, rose water, raisins, almonds and cardamom powder. Once the sugar is dissolved, remove the kheer from the flame and set it aside to cool. 4. Once the kheer cools down, stir in the mango puree or layer kheer and mango puree as shown in the picture. Chill in the refrigerator. Serve with crunched nuts and rose petals. #thoughtsoverchai #ramadanrecipestrail . . . . . . . #indianfood #indianfoodandculture #foodblogeats #foodielife #foodgoals #foodwinewomen #fooddubai #foodbloggersofinstagram #foodpassion #foodstyling #foodstylistdubai #foodinspiration #foodblogfeed #foodoftheday #yummyfood #foodforfoodie #foodfood #tasteofindia #indianfoodieaquad #indianfoodbloggers #indianfoodstories #desikhana #u458g458 #the_cook_she_eat #loveforfood #foodconnectindia #foodtravelfuntime

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Going to make this fabulous Santre ki Kheer in my first ever ONLINE EVERYDAY AYURVEDA WORKSHOP tomorrow! ?✨ You could be at any part of the world and learn Basics of Ayurveda theory + Learn Four beautiful recipes suited to this Hemant Ritu ✨ Here's what I'll cover – Menu : Santre Ki Kheer with Cacao Rose brittle (Made with almond milk from scratch) (Made this in one of my popup and ppl still have cravings for this, so trust me ✨) Smoked Sweet Potatoes & Millet Tikki with Amla chutney Three Grain Roti Wraps with Kulith (horsegram) Hummus, Pan Roasted Cauliflower, Winter Greens Salad & Beet Labneh Warm Spice Tea for Hemant Ritu + Basics of Ayurveda Nutrition Panch Mahabhutas (Five great elements) Three Doshas (Vata Pitta & Kapha) How to identify your dosha and how to balance it. Concept of Shad rasa (Six tastes) and their effect on each doshas. Concept of Guna, Veerya & Vipaka (to identify Ayurveda properties of any ingredient) Brief Concept of Dinacharya (Daily Routine) & Ritucharya (Seasonal routine) Viruddhahara (Incompatible foods as per Ayurveda) Concept of Sattva, Rajas & Tamas First 30 minutes – theory, next one hour – cooking demo and last 30 minute – Live Q&A. You can rewatch the video as many times as you want later as I'll send you the saved video link. You'll also receive theory notes + written recipes on your email. https://www.instamojo.com/AmritaOfLife/online-everyday-ayurveda-cookshop/ – Registration link ✨

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Double Mango Protein Pancakes to celebrate @myproteinin 16th Birthday. @chefkelvincheung and me did a live cookoff yesterday to celebrate their day with a fun challenge to cook a healthy celebratory treat in 16 minutes and this was the end result! If you missed the live or want a recap of the recipe it is right here. Ingredients For the Pancakes 1/2 cup rolled oats (powdered) 1 scoop (30g) Mango My Protein Powder 2 Tbsp flax seed (powdered with oats) 1/2 tsp baking powder 2 egg white + 1 egg yolk 1/2 cup almond or coconut milk Few drops MyProtein vanilla drops Pinch of salt For the cheat cream cheese filling 1/2 cup cottage cheese 1/2 large banana Few drops of My Protein vanilla drops Garnish 1 fresh mango (chopped, cubes) 1 tbsp pumpkin seeds 1 tsp fennel + pepper powder Instructions For the Pancakes 1. Heat a non-stick pan over medium heat. 2. Combine powdered oats and flax seeds with protein powder, salt and baking powder in a bowl. 3. In a separate bowl, whisk egg whites until frothy and fluffy (soft peaks). 4. Mix milk, egg yolk and vanilla fav drops in another bowl, stir and add to dry ingredients. Fold gently and then add egg whites and fold gently again. 5. Let batter sit for 5 minutes. 6. Spoon the batter on the pan and make 3 pancakes 7. Cook 3/4 minutes on both sides, or until golden brown. For the cream cheese filling: Combine cottage cheese, banana, and vanilla in a small blender and blend until smooth. Now assemble the pancakes by spreading the cream cheese on the mango pancake and garnishing with pumpkin, mango and fennel powder on each layer. Stack it like a cake. Hope you enjoy it. Also, if you use the special code: RunToEat on My Protein In site you'll get a straight 30% discount on any product that you love. It's their birthday! . . #myprotein #fuelyourambition #runtoeat

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As simple as 4 ingredients for this delicious mango cardamom milkshake, for evening time when kids {and we} need to refuel. ✔ Seasonal ✔ Fresh ✔ Rich in antioxidants ✔ Source of energy ✔ Easy to make Whip together diced mangoes, cow's milk or any milk you prefer, fresh ground cardamom and sugar {optional} and serve chilled.#thoughtsoverchai #inseason #mangoes . . . . . . . . . #wtfoodies #curatedlife #worldfood#eeeeeats #spoonfeed #morningslikethese #verilymoment #nothingisordinary #gloobyfood #huffposttaste #thekitchn#yahoofood #eater #forkyeah#foodinspiration #versatile_photo#inspiremyinstagram #livesimple#snap_ish #stunning_shots #eattheworld #onthetable#beautifulcuisines #buzzfeast#eatingfortheinsta #easymeals

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