Ramadan Dessert Recipes

Looking for unique dessert recipes for Ramadan? Allrecipes has more than 30 trusted Ramadan dessert recipes complete with ratings, reviews and cooking tips.

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Cornes de Gazelle (Gazelle Horns)

Rating: 4.5 stars 3
Cornes de gazelle are crescent-shaped cookies that are filled with a sweet almond-orange blossom filling and are topped with crushed pistachios. They popular all over North Africa in Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco and are also known as tcherek, tcharek, or kaab el ghazal.
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Vermicelli Pudding

Rating: 4.5 stars 6
A traditional dessert specially made for Eid festivals. No Eid breakfast is complete without this tasty and easy dish.

Shushumow

Shushumow, which also has many other names (kalkals, zinanaande), is one of the delicacies made during holidays and weddings in Somali culture! It's a fried pastry made with flour, eggs, and water (some recipes call for milk) tossed in simple sugar syrup. The dough is shaped into small balls, flattened, and curled over. It is crispy on the outside and little bit soft in the inside. Shushumow is one of my favorites.
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Inspiration and Ideas

Easy and Yummiest Kulfi
Rating: Unrated 1
"Delicious, creamy and refreshing. Make sure this is a part of your next iftar." – Buckwheat Queen
Kheer (Rice Pudding)
Rating: Unrated 203
"I always crave kheer during Ramadan. This satisfied my craving." – kmyst1