Malai Kulfi | No Cook Malai Kulfi | Kulfi Recipe

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The most popular as well as an economical frozen dessert of India- Creamy, a bit crunchy, and chilled “Malai Kulfi”. A delicious Indian ice-cream that everyone from every age group relishes during summer.
Years have passed but my love for Kulfi is either the same or have increased for sure. Just looking at these Kulfi’s brought so many memories from the childhood. I miss how I use to have Kulfi every single day during our stay at grandmother’s home. 😀 This recipe is dedicated to my love for Kulfi. ❤ If it’s between ice-cream and Kulfi then obviously without any second thought I would love to have Kulfi any-time. 😀 ❤
Years have passed and somehow the authentic taste is gone and they taste full of artificial flavors. Few vendors are still keeping that taste alive but here in the USA, it’s hard to find the true Malai Kulfi. The traditional method of making Kulfi requires a lot of time and attention. The full-fat milk was cooked on low flame until it reduces to half and then nuts and sugar were added to the reduced milk. I decided to skip the cooking part and made this no-cook Malai Kulfi to soothe my craving. Try this no-cook easy-peasy Malai Kulfi recipe and I am sure you too will going to love this recipe as much as I did. 🙂
Serves 8-10

  • 1 Cup Whole full-fat milk
  • 1 Cup milk powder
  • ½ Cup condensed milk
  • ½ Cup heavy cream
  • ¼ Cup almonds or any nuts for crunchy bites (optional)
  • 1 tsp cardamom powder
  • ¼ Tsp salt or a pinch of salt (as required)

Learn Step By Step Recipe With Pictures For Malai Kulfi | No Cook Malai Kulfi | Kulfi Recipe 
Step 1- In a blender, take all the ingredients and blend for a good 4mins on high speed.   Pour the mixture into kulfi/ popsicle moulds and freeze them for at least 7-8hrs before serving

just before serving, take water in a large bowl and let the kulfi mould sit in the water for 1-2mins and then serve the kulfi and enjoy chilled. 🙂


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