Prepare delicious iftar desserts with Radhuni

Prepare delicious iftar desserts with Radhuni
Photo: Sazzad Ibne Sayed

The holy month of Ramadan brings with it lots of blessings and auspicious occasions, and along with these arrives the festivity of food. Food is a fundamental part of Ramadan without which the essence of the holy month cannot be felt. Iftar is not only a meal but an occasion where memories are made, happiness is shared, and the true joy of the month is experienced. 

And with Ramadan knocking on our door, every household is busy shopping and planning for iftar. As we look forward to the array of food that is presented on the iftar table, we cannot help but reserve ideas for desserts.  

Sweet cravings post iftar is a common phenomenon and it can be difficult to make desserts amidst all the other preparations but with Radhuni's dessert range, you can prepare various desserts that are ready-to-make and hassle-free. 

Radhuni Falooda Mix and Radhuni Custard Powder are two items that can be made quickly and easily.


Falooda is undoubtedly one of the go-to desserts for iftar. It has a refreshing taste with various textures and replenishes the stomach. Rather than gathering the numerous ingredients needed for falooda separately, using Radhuni Falooda Mix, you can easily prepare falooda using ingredients from just one box. 

Radhuni Falooda Mix is available in two flavours – mango and vanilla. Most of the ingredients required are provided within the box but you can make it more fulfilling by adding fruits and ice cream. 


The box contains – 

Jelly powder 

Radhuni Falooda Mix (this includes tapioca pearls, noodles, raisins, and basil seeds)

Additional ingredients required – 

One cup water

1 litre milk 

1 apple 

10 strawberries 

1 cup grapes 

2 kiwis 

Scoops of ice cream 


To prepare Radhuni Falooda Mix, firstly form the jelly. Add the jelly powder to one cup of water and mix. Put this mixture over heat and boil for 4 – 5 minutes on medium flame while stirring. After that, pour the hot jelly liquid into a shallow bowl and let it come to room temperature. Once there, put it in the refrigerator to solidify. 

Meanwhile, slice the grapes into halves and cut kiwis, strawberries, and apples into cubes. Bring the milk to a boil and pour all the contents of Radhuni Falooda Mix in it and stir. Using a whisk, stir the mixture frequently over medium-high heat until all the ingredients are boiling. Then, remove it from the heat and let it cool.

Cut the jelly into little cubes and add them along with chopped fruits to the falooda mixture. To assemble, first place some jelly cubes and then pour the falooda and fruits mixture. Lastly, top with scoops of ice cream.     


Custard is another item that is fulfilling and refreshing to have during and after iftar. A plethora of things that can be added to a fruit custard and its versatile nature enables it to be used in various other dessert recipes, such as trifles, tarts, pies, and cup desserts. 

With Radhuni Custard Powder, you can easily make custard by just mixing a couple of elements. To this, you can add fruits and nuts of your choice to make it even better tasting.          


2½ tbsp Radhuni Custard Powder 

¼ cup water 

500ml milk 

4 tbsp sugar 

1 apple 

1 cup grapes 

½ cup pomegranate arils 

1 cup diced strawberries 

2 tbsp slithered almonds 

2 tbsp pistachios 

2 tbsp raisins 


To prepare the custard, mix water and Radhuni Custard Powder until it is a smooth, lump-free mixture. In a saucepan, pour milk and add sugar; put this over medium-heat and bring to a boil. Once boiling, turn down the flame and gradually pour in the Radhuni Custard Powder mixture and stir while pouring in a steady stream. 

Stir continuously until all the custard mixture is incorporated and it becomes thick. Remove this from heat and let it cool; this will thicken as it cools. Once at room temperature, add chopped fruits, nuts, and raisins. Before serving, garnish with raisins and sliced nuts. 


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