Shot glass is a wonderful way to serve mini portions for kids. My daughter struggles to finish a dessert served in bowls because the quantity. She usually takes three days to finish it off. But when I serve it in shot glass, she finishes hers in a single go. So for the mini theme, I chose to make a dessert in shot glass. After two low carb recipes, this one is a sinful treat for kids. My daughter loves both paneer and gulab jamun. When I made a huge batch of gulab jamun for Diwali, she couldn’t finish off everything as I made number of sweets. She is relishing them and finishing off one by one. So I wanted to pitch in to help her with finishing the gulab jamun.
I have used my creamy malai paneer as the base for the dessert. You can also sub it with cream cheese. It would be fantastic. I made these five hours before serving so that the paneer got good time to set. I added the jamun just before serving. You can make this easily for parties. Make the paneer mix ahead and chill. During serving time, top it with gulab jamun and nuts. Kids would go crazy for this. For topping I added some left over chikki crumbs. But if you don’t have, just add sliced pistachios and almonds. My daughter loved it so much.
Paneer – 1/4 cup
Amul Low Fat Cream – 1/4 cup
Sugar syrup from Gulab Jamun – 1/4 cup
Gulab Jamun as needed
Nuts For Topping
Grind together paneer, cream and sugar syrup until smooth and creamy.
Divide it between shot glasses and chill for five to six hours.
While serving, top it with gulab jamun and sliced nuts.
Sending this to Srivalli’s Kid’s Delight event, guest hosted by Pavani themed on Mini Dishes.
Paneer Gulab Jamun Shot Glass Dessert - Easy Kid Friendly Recipes
- Paneer - 1/4 cup
- Amul Low Fat Cream - 1/4 cup
- Sugar syrup from Gulab Jamun - 1/4 cup
- Gulab Jamun as needed
- Nuts For Topping
- Grind together paneer, cream and sugar syrup until smooth and creamy.
- Divide it between shot glasses and chill for five to six hours.
- While serving, top it with gulab jamun and sliced nuts.
- Serve immediately.