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Chocolate Rasmalai Recipe

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200 g dark chocolate, roughly chopped
6-8 pcs rasmalai
1 tbsp gelatin
1/4 cup white wine
2 tsp icing sugar (for dusting)
2 tbsp double cream
1 cup whipped cream
olive oil for greasing

Nutritional information

216 kcal
25.6 g
6.1 g
10.4 g
72 mg
33 mg

Chocolate Rasmalai Recipe

  • Sweet
  • 50 mins
  • Serves 6
  • Medium



Everything is better with chocolate.  In the quest to make food unique as well as healthy, many people experiment, especially to make children indulge in variety. Rasmalai is a famous Indian sweet dish prepared with cottage cheese. However, most children and even adults sometimes don’t like to eat milk based sweets too much.

Adding chocolate to rasmalai, however, is a brilliant idea to add additional flavor to the ‘not so’ favorite sweet as children love chocolates. Chocolate rasmalai is a perfect combination of an English dessert and an Indian sweet. Chocolate rasmalai is also easy to prepare. It can be eaten as dessert after the main meal or satisfy your cravings in between your meal time. No one can resist the alternate layers of soft rasmalai and a creamy chocolate mousse!

Health Benefits

  • Cottage cheese has decent amounts of vitamins B1, B3, and B6, as well as vitamin A, iron, magnesium, potassium, zinc and copper.It is very nutritious, a good source of antioxidants, and improves blood flow and lowers blood pressure, reduces the risk of heart disease. It also protects our skin and improve our brain function.
  • One of dark chocolate’s most remarkable points is its high antioxidant content. It must be eaten moderately. Dark chocolate may also help us prevent cancer. Dark chocolates’ flavanols are also known to help make blood platelets less viscous and able to clot, which decreases the risk of blood clots and stroke.
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How to make Chocolate Rasmalai Recipe

  • To a bowl, add the chopped chocolate and microwave until it melts.
  • Remove from oven. Stir until you get a smooth texture and allow it to cool down.
  • Mix gelatin, white wine, icing sugar and double cream in a non-stick pan. Place the pan on medium heat.
  • Stir until gelatin melts.
  • Mix whipped cream and melted chocolate.
  • Add the gelatin mixture and mix well.
  • Grease a rectangular mold with some olive oil and dust with some icing sugar.
  • Pour the chocolate mixture in the mold and spread it evenly.
  • Place the rasmalai in the mold.
  • Pour the remaining chocolate mixture on top.
  • Freeze for three hours.

Note: Chocolate rasmalai tastes better when consumed cold.


  • The smell of chocolate boosts theta brain waves, which triggers relaxation.
  • The Aztecs loved and valued the cacao bean so highly that they used it as currency during the height of their civilization.
  • Notwithstanding its Amazonian roots, most cacao, nearly 70 percent of the world’s supply comes from Africa. The Ivory Coast is the largest sole producer, providing about 30 percent of all the world’s cacao.
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