5 Rainbow Coloured Desserts In India That Can Instantly Cheer Up Your Soul

rainbow desserts in India
by Sanjana Shenoy
by Sanjana Shenoy 1512

Rainbow, a simple natural phenomenon brings childlike glee in each and every one of us. Violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange and red colours splash together and bathe the sky beautifully. Well, chefs across India have got inspiration from the wonderous rainbow and created an assortment of desserts that can instantly cheer up your soul. Here are 5 rainbow coloured desserts in India that are as Instagram-worthy as they are delicious.

1. Rainbow Latte In Delhi & Jabalpur

At the Highbrooks Cafe in Delhi, you can sip a glass of hot Rainbow Latte as you enjoy the cloudy monsoon season. This freshly brewed coffee is extra creamy and foamy. The latte is topped with rainbow sprinkles that looks simply gorgeous. And the crispy sweet vibrant sprinkles add to the taste and texture of the bitter-sweet beverage. We suggest the next time you’re in Delhi or Jabalpur, you must try the Rainbow Latte at the Highbrooks Cafe.

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2. Cotton Candy Burrito In Bangalore

Bangalore’s Candy Cloud Factory is the best place in the city for Instagrammable desserts. Their signature Cotton Candy Burrito consisting of cotton candy, ice cream, marshmallows, magic pops, candy sprinkles and all things colourful, is their bestseller. This rainbow-coloured dessert is so pleasing to the eye. It’s soft from the cotton candy, cold from the ice cream and sweet from all the sprinkles that go into it. A perfect combination of burrito and cotton candy, this rainbow-like dessert is a must-try.

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3. Rainbow Ice Cream Sandwich In Kolkata

Don’t you just love ice cream sandwiches? Well, at Kolkata’s Ice-O-Metry you can feast on a rainbow ice cream sandwich. Sounds too good to be true right? Well, we aren’t kidding. This popular dessert parlour is known to serve a variety of creamy alcoholic and non-alcoholic ice creams. The Chocochip Cookie Ice Cream Sandwich is sprinkled with colourful sprinkles and little candies of all different sizes and shapes. Vanilla ice cream topped with chocolate sauce and rainbow sprinkles is sandwiched between two choco-chip cookies. Apart from this rainbow dessert, you can also try their Rum Charcoal ice cream and Snow Cones.

 

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4. Bubblegum Milkshake In Gurugram

Bob’s – The Shake Store in Gurugram is named after Utsav Batra’s father, who was a milkshake expert. Utsav’s father spent time perfecting and experimenting with this own milkshake recipes and created specialities that are featured in the menu here. Red Bull and Cola Symphony Symphony shake and the hatke Parle-G are some of their favourites. At Bob’s, you must also try their Bubblegum milkshake or Unicorn milkshake. These are both super colourful and perfect for photos and a hangout drink with friends.

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5. Mix Kulfi In Mumbai

Mumbai’s favourite Jai Jawan Stall serves some of the best kulfi in the city. With mouth-watering flavours like Kala Khatta, Malai Mango, Anjeer, Sithaphal and more, you’d be spoilt for choice. But if you want to get the best of all words, then we suggest you try the Mix Kulfi. It’s prepared with a variety of fruity flavours. Another This rainbow coloured kulfi you must try is the Milan Kulfi that has Malai, Pista, Kesar and Gulab flavours.  It’s colourful, creamy and super delicious.

 

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These were some of the best rainbow-coloured desserts in India that pack a punch of colours and flavours.

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