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This is a list of Bengali sweets and desserts. Most of these sweet dishes are unique to Bangladesh but some of them originally came from other parts of the Subcontinent and re-made as a new Bangladeshi versions of them. To know more check out: Bangladeshi cuisine, Bengali cuisine, Mughlai cuisine and South Asian cuisine.

Bangladeshi sweets and desserts

Name Image Main ingredients Remarks
Amriti of Sylhet
Bundiya Ghee-based
Bogurar doi Milk, Sugar Milk-based
Chanar goja Chhena, sugar, ghee Milk-based
Chanar Jilapi of Dhaka Food-chhanar-jilipi Chhena, sugar, ghee Milk-based
Chanar kheer of Bengal Chhana, sugar, milk Milk-based
Chhanamukhi of Brahmanbaria Chhana, sugar syrup, milk Milk-based
Chanar payesh of Bengal Milk-based
Chomchom of Tangail Flour, cream, sugar, saffron, lemon juice, coconut flakes Milk-based
Jal bhora of Kolkata Milk-based
Kadapak Milk-based
Kalojam of Bangladesh Milk-based
Kancha golla of Natore
Kheer er chop of Bengal Milk-based
Kheersagar Milk-based
Komolabhog of East Bengal Milk-based
Ledikeni of East Bengal and West Bengal Chhena, sugar, ghee Milk-based
Lyangcha of Bengal Milk-based
Malapua (dessert) of East Indian subcontinent Milk-based
Mihidana of West Bengal Besan flour, sugar, ghee Besan-based
Milk cake Milk-based
Mishti doi of Bogra Milk-based
Narkeler naru of Rural Bengal Coconut-based
Pantua[1] of Manikganj Chhena, sugar, ghee Milk-based
Pati shapta of Bengal Milk-based
Pitha of Bangladesh (Especially in Barisal and Khulna) Milk-based
Pranohora of Natore
Rabri of Bengal Milk-based
Rajbhog of Bengal Milk-based
Rasabali Milk-based
Roshogolla of Barisal Chhena, sugar Milk-based
Roshkodom of Rajshahi Milk-based
Roshomalai of Cumilla Chhena, milk, sugar Milk-based
Roshomojuri of Rangpur Chhena, milk, sugar Milk-based
Sandesh of Shatkhira
(several types)
Shor bhaja Milk cream, sugar syrup Layers of thickened milk cream, fried and then dipped in sugar syrup.
Shor puria
Shahi jilapi of Old Dhaka flour, syrup, milk twisted coils of flours are fried and poured in sugar syrup.
Sitabhog Milk-based
Tusha Shinni of Sylhet flour sugar syrup

See also


  1. ^ Rahman, U. (2014). Bangladesh – Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs & Culture. Kuperard. p. 112. ISBN 978-1-85733-696-2. Retrieved June 21, 2017.