Yummy Mochi Ice Cream Recipe

Table of Content:

  1. Introduction
  2. 10 healthy dessert options 
  3. Mochi Ice Cream
  4. Matcha
  5. Tasty Mochi Ice cream Recipe
  6. Assembling the Mochi Ice cream



Everyone loves Ice Cream. And in today’s world, great ice cream is just a click away. All you need to do is search for “ice cream shops near me”.People love any sweet treat like Gulab Jamun with absolute nectar-like sugary syrup, just like we make it at Delhi Deli Cafe. Or that delicious chocolate cake slice, spongy and amazing. They call these sweet treats “guilty pleasures” because, as tasty as they are to eat after reaching your stomach, they don’t really impart any nutrients, just a lot of calories. But sometimes, it is good to indulge in some sweet delight.

 India has some of the tastiest collections of desserts, which include rasgulla, kheer, and gajar ka halwa. Yum! One ought to try all of these tasty delights at least once. Indian sweets taste the best after a hearty Indian cuisine feast. And for the best Indian food, Delhi Deli Cafe is the place to go! Delhi Deli Cafe serves traditional Indian food, after which you can enjoy sweet treats to your heart’s content. You can always count on us for the best quality food and an experience you will never forget.

However, if you happen to be one of those who crave something sweet on a daily basis but don’t want to compromise on the health aspect, there are healthier alternatives available. It is not ideal to consume sugar every single day because it can cause certain health problems and may also lead to weight gain. So, people have searched and come up with delicious desserts that are healthy and low in sugar. And no, we are not talking about fruits, although they might be the healthiest alternative out there. We are talking about desserts that you can enjoy guilt-free and which won’t weigh too heavily on your health

10 healthy dessert options for your sweet tooth

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Strawberry Cheesecake

The ingredients you need for this are cream cheese (fat-free), coconut palm sugar, greek yogurt ( low fat), lemon juice, strawberry preserves, freshly diced strawberries, almonds, and dates. In a mixing bowl, you can add the cream cheese, sugar, and lemon juice and beat it with an electronic mixer for about 3 minutes. In another bowl, mix the preserves and strawberries. Add almonds to the food processor and pulse till you attain a crumb consistency and then add dates and pulse till mixed. Evenly divide the almond date mixture in the dessert dishes topping it with the cheesecake and yogurt batter and strawberry mixture

What makes this dessert healthy is that it is low in saturated fat, and cholesterol and an amazing source of vitamin C. It is also gluten-free and vegetarian.

Chocolate fudge

Sometimes, all you need is chocolate. But the high calories in chocolate might not be what you want. So we will prepare this amazing chocolate fudge using dark chocolate, and each bite is just 114 calories, which is perfect for satisfying your sweet tooth. What you need for this recipe is chocolate chips, coconut milk, coconut sugar, a dash of sea salt, coconut oil, and pure vanilla extract. 

Coconut milk is an excellent alternative to dairy, especially if you are vegan or lactose intolerant. Add the chocolate chips, coconut milk, coconut sugar, salt, and coconut oil, and mix it. Cover this mixture and cook it on low heat for 2 hours without stirring. It is important that the lid stays on for two hours. After 2 hours, turn it off and add vanilla extract, but do not stir it till it has reached room temperature. Once it is cooled, stir the mixture thoroughly till it loses some of its gloss. Lightly oil a square pan and pour the fudge into the pan. Refrigerate it for four hours and it’s done! The good points about this dessert is that it is vegan, gluten-free, and low in carbs.

Matcha Snowball Cookies

The ingredients are All-purpose flour, pecan halves ( toasted), kosher salt, matcha powder, unsalted butter, confectioners’ sugar, and pure vanilla extract. In a food processor, pulse the flour, pecans, salt, and 1 teaspoon of matcha until they are finely ground. In a stand mixer, beat the butter and confectioners’ sugar on medium until smooth and creamy. Scrape it down and add vanilla. Reduce the mixer speed to low and add the flour mixture in two batches, beating until mixed. 

Cover the bowl with a lid and refrigerate for half an hour. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Line baking sheets with parchment paper. Roll the dough and divide it between the prepared baking sheets, about 2 inches apart. Refrigerate this for 30 minutes as well. Bake this, rotating the pans halfway through, till the cookies are set and just turning golden brown around the edges, 9–11 minutes. In a small bowl, whisk together the remaining confectioners’ sugar and matcha. Sift this mixture on top before serving and enjoy. 

Chocolate Almond Cups

The ingredients for this dessert are chopped almonds, nut butter, coconut oil, shredded coconut, rice malt syrup, ground cinnamon, vanilla extract, puffed rice, maple syrup, coconut oil melted, and cacao powder. Grease the holes of a muffin pan and line it with baking paper. Add chopped almonds, nut butter, coconut oil, shredded coconut, rice malt syrup, cinnamon, vanilla, and maple syrup to the mix. Divide it among the holes of the muffin pan, taking a spoon to help press it down.

Freeze this for 10 minutes. In the meantime, to make the topping, mix the extra coconut oil, cacao powder, and maple syrup in the jug. Divide this among the muffin holes. Freeze it for another half an hour till set. While serving, top it with extra almonds and shredded coconut to serve. This dessert is vegan, dairy-free, and also refined sugar-free but just as delicious as any regular dessert.

Tiramisu with a healthy twist

Ingredients include pitted and roughly chopped prunes, Marsala or fortified wine, espresso, cacao, freshly ground coffee, rice malt syrup, white chia seeds, coconut milk, vanilla extract, and cacao nibs. We begin by soaking the prunes in Marsala and espresso. Set this aside for around three hours. In the meantime, mix cacao, ground coffee, rice malt syrup, white chia seeds, coconut milk, and warm water in a bowl. Mix it well and let it chill for 3 hours. 

Place the vanilla, remaining chia seeds, rice malt syrup, and coconut milk in a separate bowl and mix well. Let this mixture chill for 3 hours. When serving, beat with a spoon the mixture of vanilla and chocolate chia mousses. Put the prunes into serving glasses. Top this with half the vanilla chia mousse, then repeat this with chocolate chia mousse, and finish with another layer of vanilla chia mousse. Sprinkle it with extra cacao and scatter it with the cacao nibs and get ready to enjoy this delicious treat. 

Chocolate almond cups 

The ingredients to make this are almonds, almonds or any nut butter, coconut oil melted, shredded coconut, rice malt syrup, ground cinnamon, vanilla extract, puffed rice, maple syrup, and cacao powder. We start by greasing the holes of a muffin pan and lining it with baking paper. Whiz the almonds in a food processor till they are roughly chopped. To this, add the nut butter, shredded coconut, coconut oil, rice malt syrup, vanilla, cinnamon, and maple syrup and pulse to mix.

Divide this among the holes of a muffin pan and use a spoon to press it down. Freeze this for about 10 minutes or more until firm. In the meantime, to make the topping, we combine coconut oil, cacao powder, and maple syrup in a jug. Divide the mixture among the muffin holes. Freeze this for another 30 minutes till it is set. When serving, top it with extra almonds and shredded coconut to serve.

But sometimes, a cheat day just for normal desserts is welcome. And for that day, Delhi Deli Cafe is just the right place for you. You can not only enjoy a wide range of Indian desserts but also try tasty Indian cuisine. 

Mochi Ice Cream

You must have probably seen a lot of Mochi pictures on your socials lately. Even if you are not a big fan of ice cream, it is hard to escape from the hype Mochi ice cream has been receiving. But Mochi ice cream truly deserves the hype. The sweet dough is perfect to complement the sweet ice cream in the center. Mochi is essentially just the dough part and does not include the ice cream, but people usually call the entire dessert Mochi. 

Mochi is made from pounded rice cake. It is a traditional Japanese dessert that is usually eaten during the Japanese New Year.

 Mochi was first created in the 1980s. It consisted of rice starch instead of sticky rice and rice milk instead of ice cream. Traditionally, Mochi is prepared during the mochitsuki ceremony. The pounding is done by two people mashing and wetting the mochi in a rhythm so that they don’t hurt each other. To find the shops for tasty mochi ice cream near you, you can search for ice cream shops near me for mochi ice cream and enjoy the delicious dessert. 


The history of green tea goes all the way back to the 8th century in China. The method of making powdered tea from steamed dried leaves had become pretty popular back in the 12th century. This is when a Buddhist monk named Myoan Eisai discovered Matcha and brought it to Japan. Eisai had come to the realization that drinking Matcha had improved his Zen meditation sessions by inducing a state of calm alertness. When the benefits of Matcha became more well-known, it was used for the sophisticated art of Japanese tea ceremonies known as Chado. There are some really tasty mochi recipes that use Matcha to enhance the flavor. Matcha is either mixed into the dough, sprinkled on top, or matcha-flavored ice cream is used.

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Tasty Mochi Ice Cream Recipe

The ingredients for the mochi dough are water, shiratamako flour, and matcha powder. For the filling part, we just need ice cream. We start by scooping and freezing the ice cream. For this, we will take a muffin tin lined with muffin cups and scoop and put in the preferred ice cream flavor in each mold. Place this back in the freezer to harden. 

To make the mochi dough, we mix together sweet rice flour with sugar, water, and matcha powder till it is smooth. You can strain this mixture with the help of a sieve to remove any lumps if there are any, or you can blend it in a blender until smooth. Clean the kitchen or work surface and dust with cornstarch or potato starch using a sieve.

Pour the rice flour mixture into a pot and cook it, constantly stirring it with a rubber spatula. The mixture will slowly start to thicken, and get glossy and transparent. Shift this mixture into a microwave-safe bowl covered with plastic cooking it at one-minute intervals. When the mochi is halfway transparent, cook it in 15–30 increments, stirring occasionally, till fully transparent and glossy. 

Pour the cooked Mochi onto the starched surface and allow the steam to escape for about a minute. Dust the surface of the mochi with some more starch. Using a rolling pin, roll out the mochi dough. Cut out 3-inch by 3-inch squares and cover them with plastic wrap. Set this aside for the time being and prepare the other ingredients.

Assembling the Mochi Ice Cream

Take one mochi square and place it in your palm. Put the scoop of ice cream in the center of Mochi Square. Connect the four ends of the mochi with your other hand. If it is too sticky, use the starch on your fingers. Dab the seamed surface on the starched surface. If there is any excess mochi dough, cut it off. 

If you are not sure whether or not you will like Mochi ice cream, search for an “ice cream shop near me” and try the Mochi ice cream. And if you love it as we do, then give this recipe a try! And if you want to try desserts that are delectable, you can visit Delhi Deli for an unforgettable and impressive experience.