Classic homemade desserts bottled into cute little mason jars is what Sweet Spoon Dessert does best. Not that we need a reason to order dessert, but knowing that these treats are more likely to remind us of home, only gives us more incentive. So, we did exactly that and were pleasantly surprised. First, let’s talk packaging. Conveniently packed in mason jars with a string tied around to hold a wooden spoon each, every bottle also has a paper tag with the name of the dessert on it. The eco-friendly packaging was a thoughtful touch.
Most of these puddings are made using seasonal fruit, and are essentially trifles.The Strawberry Melba, has a base of syrup-soaked cake, layered with strawberry custard and fresh strawberries and cream. Make sure to get a bit of each layer in every bite, to enjoy this treat which was creamy and not overly sweet. Our favourite has to be the Coconut Pudding, made of coconut milk, fresh cream and slivers of tender coconut. The pudding was set just right and a had a lush mouthfeel, while the tender coconut bits added the right amount of texture.
Other choices include a Chocolate Gateau (a moist black forest cake), and a Pineapple or Lychee Souffle (these aren't baked souffles, and didn’t actually use fresh fruit but were delicious nonetheless). Currently, there are only mini versions of these desserts available and they all cost INR 200. You can either Dunzo them or have them delivered.