Tasty @CafeOn: Delicious Falooda Recipe

Tasty @CafeOn Delicious Falooda Recipe
Tasty @CafeOn Delicious Falooda Recipe

I love Falooda as a dessert as it serves a cool freshness to your mouth and combines a lot of flavors together. Crazy part is Falooda is a dessert, a beverage, a sundae, an ice cream float all rolled into one fabulous concoction!

This week CafeOn brings you the easiest recipe to make the yummiest Falooda, but with adding several variations and ideas you surely can make your own special one too!


– Sweet Basil seeds (Sabja seeds)

– Vermicelli Noodles (made of Corn starch)

– Rose Syrup (for color and sweetness)

– Thick Milk (over cooked and sweetened)

– Jello (2-3 flavored)

– Ice-cream (any flavor)

– All types of Nuts (slices or chopped)

– Dried fruit

– Chopped fresh fruit

– Saffron

– Honey (alternative of sugar)

Method for the Syrup:

– Take a saucepan, take sugar with some water and bring it to a boil. Lower the heat and let it simmer. Add rose water, beet juice and simmer.

For the Jello

– Jello is made with unflavored gelatin, rose water, honey and beet juice. Also, if want readymade jello can be prepared easily just by following package instructions. Both way one need to let it chill to set.

For Thick Milk

– Take evaporated milk, whole milk, cashew butter, honey in a high-speed blender and process it until smooth and thick. But if you don’t have any blender for alternative keep cooking milk with sugar and reduce it to half of the total amount. Keep it to chill.

For Sweet Basil Seeds

– Take a small bowl, soak the sweet basil seeds in water for about 30 minutes and let them swell up. Chill the basil seeds.

For Vermicelli

– Cook the noodles in a saucepan with boiling water until firm when bitten. Drain the vermicelli and chill.

To serve now take tall glasses or shaped bowl. Then add up the layering in the following order.

Delicious Falooda

-Drizzle rose syrup

-Place some jello

-Next a layer of vermicelli

-Then add soaked basil seeds

-Fill the glass with milk up to ⅔ full

-Add a scoop of ice cream

-Top with nuts, some syrup and rose petals

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