InOnIt Guides: Raksha Bandhan Sweets in Mumbai

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On the one day dedicated to your dear brother, of course you must make him feel special. Raksha Bandhan sweets in Mumbai are such a rage with not just regular mithais making the rounds now. There are customised desserts, homemade thalis and everything to do with rakhis and bros! We have chosen our picks this season so you can indulge in Rakhi desserts by home bakers and others who customize sweet treats, with your beloved brother.

Knead with Love

Recently started by engineer-turned-baker Richa Lulla, Knead with love is offering yummy treats on a tray wrapped into one with a ribbon on it. Mini treats with flavours such as coffee, peanut butter and oats, coconut, chocolate mousse, salted caramel and hazelnut praline; cookie bags with hazelnut kisses, choco chunky cookies and more can be ordered. What we love is their dessert tray that has 6 mini treats, 3 almond rocks, 2 dessert glasses and 10 eggless cookies. A definite family pleaser! Orders can be placed by sending an email to kneadwithlove@gmail.com till 16th August.

View KWL’s page here.

Janki Mankani’s Homemade Indian Desserts

If you’re all for homemade delights that with each bite will remind you of the goodness of your ma or grandma’s food, call Mrs. Mankani for her range of eggless Indian desserts such as atta ladoos, besan ladoos, dry-fruit loaded mithais and lots more. The ladoos come in pretty golden cups, and her kaju mithais will have you reckon with the deliciousness of Indian desserts. She also takes orders for assorted chocolates in pretty boxes. Call her on 9987537788 to know more about how you can make your brother’s day on Raksha Bandhan.

View Janki Mankani’s page here.

Country of Origin

Dessert shop Country of Origin at Nepean Sea Road has some exclusive Raksha Bandhan goodies that we came across. One of them being the ‘Haute Chocolat Jar’ that has cookie dough topped with caramelised white chocolate, hazelnut sponge that needs to be warmed in a microwave for 45 seconds to work its magic. Pre-orders are being taken now, so call on 022 26244422 for a jar.

Imly

This online platform for homechefs makes you wish it was possible to download food online, the very second you visit the website. They will have Raksha Bandhan specials too, so visit and drool over the delicious Indian mithais, cakes and cookies and many other dessert options.

View Imly’s website here.

Bake mela

If you’re a last minute planner like most mortals, then this virtual world will be of great help to you. Raksha Bandhan is right around the corner and don’t you want to stuff your brothers mouth with mithai? Log in to Bake Mela, put in your area and what desserts you’re looking at. Bam! A list of homebakers will appear on the website, where you can choose your favourite one and order.

View Bake Mela’s website here.

Sonali’s Cupcakes

If your brother is a sucker for simple, moist and absolutely yummy cupcakes (just how they are supposed to be), then Sonali’s cupcakes has lots to offer you. Homemade cuppies that can be customised, her desserts are fresh and homely. You can order a box of your favourite desserts from Sonali’s Cupcakes by calling her on 9820781209 or sending her an email on sonaliscupcakes@gmail.com anytime between 9 am and 9 pm.

View Sonali’s Cupcakes page here.

Hungry Monsters

Alisha of Hungry Monsters has special gift hampers on offer for Raksha Bandhan that include cookies, cupcakes, eclairs and more. Choose from assorted chocolate boxes, heart shaped strawberry jam centre biscuits, Raksha Bandhan special cupcakes with fondant rakhi decorations or you can make your own hamper box. Call on 9769380184 to place orders.

Read our review of Hungry Monsters here.

The Odd Hour Kitchen

Comfort food for those dull days, home baking venture The Odd Hour Kitchen will put a smile on your brother’s face with its special treats. Order mini chocolate almond meal cakes for the chocoholic bro, or banana oatmeal muffins for the health-conscious bro! Send an email to theoddhourkitchen@gmail.com for details.

View The Odd Hour Kitchen’s page here.

The Dessert Cart

If you want to take your love for your brother to soaring heights and are willing to take to the chef’s hat but know nothing about making desserts, The Dessert Cart will hold a special Raksha Bandhan workshop for you. Scheduled sometime before Raksha Bandhan, you will learn to make customised cupcakes with amazing fondant toppings of sibling love. Call on 993039884 to register.

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