Eid ul-Fitr 2022: Must-Try Delicious Dairy-Free Dessert Recipes

Eid ul-Fitr 2022: Must-Try Delicious Dairy-Free Dessert Recipes

As we enter the second day of Eid ul-Fitr, which marks the end of the month of Ramadan, celebrations are held in most households. Also called the Meethi Eid according to the Islamic calendar, a sweet feast is in order after a long month of fasting. That’s why we bring you a variety of unusual sweet treats that are dairy-free in nature. So whether you’re lactose intolerant or just want to go dairy-free for a healthy gut, you can make these to cap Eid-al-Fitr on a high note.

1. Malabic

Traditionally a Middle Eastern dessert, the Malabi is a delicious preparation made for celebrations such as birthdays and even during the month of Ramadan. This recipe is as delicious as it is vegan. This version uses coconut milk, although you can use almond milk if you want. Ideal for summer afternoons, this will keep you cool with a hint of sweetness.

2. Vegan Nutty Almond Kulfi

If you’re craving Kulfi faloods, this ice cream recipe will satisfy your cravings with vegan ingredients. The core ingredients are almonds, pistachios with a hint of cardamom. You can also add edible rose petals and dates. The preparation is uncomplicated, which means that with a little help from your children you can make this for a cozy afternoon in the kitchen!

3. Kleicha or date cookies

If you want a taste of authenticity, these Klecha cookies are for you. They are often made on the occasion of Eid in the Middle East. The recipe uses dairy, but you can always substitute soy milk or almond milk for a healthy alternative. For the uninitiated, the Kleicha date cookies are made from cardamom flavored dough that sometimes contains the goodness of walnuts. This is a simple preparation that results in tempting, crunchy golden brown Kleicha cookies. The recipe originates from Iraq and is celebrated as the national pastry.

4. Vegan Pure Kurma

No Eid celebration is complete without the much-loved Sheer Kurma and this vegan seviyan or pure khurma recipe is one you must try. It aims to reduce your reliance on dairy while still being a sweet treat made from almond milk. It’s surprisingly delicious and you can add your favorite dried fruits as a garnish to make it even more delicious!

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