Kulfi Popsicles

Quite like ice cream, Kulfi has its own wonderful flavor. This used to be my favorite Indian dessert while growing up. Now my 3yr old boys love it too. And they have fun helping me prepare this easy dessert and call it ‘Kulfi Popsicle’. This is not the traditional kulfi recipe, which requires boiling of milk, cream, sugar, along with elaichi and kesar.


1 14oz can of condensed milk

1 12oz can  evaporated milk

1 16oz box  heavy whipping cream

1 16oz box cool whip

1/2 tsp crushed green cardamom (elaichi) 

1/2 cup crushed nuts- cashews, pistas, almonds

A pinch of crushed saffron (kesar)

Pour all the ingredients in a large bowl and mix. It’s that simple. Pour the mixture into kulfi molds/popsicle makers or small plastic cups (like dixie cups) and cover  the cups with aluminium foil, and stick in popsicle  sticks through the foil to make Kulfi Popsicles, (without the sticks for grown ups). I sometimes use food coloring to make it more attractive, that’s optional. Keep in the freezer to set overnight or for atleast 4hrs.

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  1. Anonymous

    That is an innovative adoption of Kulfis. I like the use of cool whip.

  2. Khushi

    Sounds delicious and simple. Kulfi is my husbands favorite as well. I will try it out.

  3. Yasmin Talgeri

    Thanks, everybody.

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