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Enjoy the sweetness of Bengal with Baked Rasgullas!


Rasgullas have made a mark in the history of Bengal. But what has always been a concern is the calorie count. Well, we have a sneaky solution to that. Bake them! And if you want to add more health to it, you can always use G-Low Sugar by Trust. It is a 100% natural low GI sugar made from pure sugarcanes. G-low gives you long-lasting energy without spiking your blood sugar levels!

Grab the following ingredients to bake your rasgullas at home!

-8 premade rasgullas

-100g (0.5 cup) G-Low Sugar by Trust

-250ml (1 cup) milk

-200ml (0.75 cup) condensed milk

-100g (0.5 cup) lightly crushed khoya

-8 unsalted crushed pistachios

-6 drops rose water

-0.5tsp powdered green cardamom

-0.5tsp saffron

Grab your chef's hat right away!

•Take a medium sized bowl and mix sugar, khoya, milk, condensed milk, rose water, and crushed cardamoms together in it. G-Low Sugar by Trust tastes just like your regular sugar and will help to keep your blood sugar in check while you enjoy this Indian delicacy!

•Dry the premade rasgullas by squeezing out the sugar syrup. Roll these rasgullas in the mixture made and place them in the baking pan. Pour the leftover mixture over the rasgullas and make sure that they are entirely dipped in it.

•Preheat your oven to 180°C. Place the baking dish in the preheated oven and bake the rasgullas for about 15-20 minutes at the same temperature. Once done, remove them from the oven and allow them to cool down.

•Garnish your baked rasgullas with the crushed pistachios and saffron strands. After garnishing, place the baking pan back into the oven and bake for another 5 minutes. The top layer of the rasgullas will start becoming brown. Take the dish out from the oven and serve hot!

May it be buffets, kitty parties, dinner parties or family get-togethers, these baked rasgullas will surely win the heart of all your guests. You can always tell your guests not to worry about the calories, as G-Low Sugar by Trust will take care of that!

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