7 Indian Bakers To Follow For Drool-Worthy Desserts

When was the last time you saw pictures of the creamiest cheesecake or the fudgiest brownies on your social media feed? We all follow different kinds of artists on social media that create or recreate awe-inspiring creations. Among the many creations that are displayed, the culture of food has taken social media by a storm. 

Baking is definitely an art and there’s no denial there. In this post, we bring you 7 Indian bakers who bake delectable recipes that range from french macarons to 3-ingredient desserts. 

Amit Sinha

7 Indian Bakers To Follow For Drool-Worthy Desserts

Amit Sinha is a renowned pastry chef who is a connoisseur at both European and French classic pastries. Over years of experience in pastry and boulangerie, he’s currently the executive chef at L’Opera in New Delhi and is well-known for his deconstructed desserts and entremets. His desserts are too perfect to touch, let alone eat them. 

Deeba Rajpal

7 Indian Bakers To Follow For Drool-Worthy Desserts
Source

Remember Charlie and the Chocolate Factory? Deeba Rajpal’s desserts will transport you to a wonder land of candies and make you feel like a little child. An exceptional baker, food stylist, and blogger from Gurgaon, Deeba is the one behind ‘Passionate About Baking’, a food blog that inspires people to bake easy recipes. She’s inspired by seasons, colours and local ingredients, and stunningly brings all these elements to life through surreal photography. She’s known for her Mishti Doi Cheesecake which looks easy on the lips, but is definitely going to be tough on the hips!

Pooja Dhingra

7 Indian Bakers To Follow For Drool-Worthy Desserts

Known as the Macaron queen of India, Pooja is a celebrity chef and owner of the bakery chain Le 15 Patisserie. An alumni of Le Cordon Bleu, Paris, she’s known to have introduced Mumbai to Parisian macarons. The molten chocolate cake is her all-time favourite dessert besides the other sumptuous cakes and cupcakes. She has authored 3 books namely, The Wholesome Kitchen, The Big Book of Treats and recently published Can’t Believe It’s Eggless for dessert lovers who prefer eggless desserts.

Radhika Malhotra

7 Indian Bakers To Follow For Drool-Worthy Desserts
Source

A self-taught baker, food blogger and photographer from Delhi, Radhika’s food blog, “Sugar n Spice by Radhika” is straight from the heart. Her recipes are simple to make and she’s known for her fruit popsicles and the no-bake Nutella cheesecake. 

Sanjana Patel

7 Indian Bakers To Follow For Drool-Worthy Desserts

The Executive Pastry Chef and founder of La Folie Patisserie in Mumbai, Sanjana is a Chocolatier and Patissier. She was crowned as the Pasty Queen of India in 2015 and was among the top 5 pastry queens in 2016. Sanjana is one of the most sought-after pastry chefs in the country because of the almost perfect desserts that she creates.

Shaheen Peerbhai

7 Indian Bakers To Follow For Drool-Worthy Desserts

From little chocolate tartlets to perfectly laminated croissants, Shaheen is a London-based chef trained in French cuisine and patisserie at Le Cordon Bleu. She’s the owner of Miel Bakery and runs a popular blog Purple Foodie and conducts pastry classes in London and India. She is driven by finesse, unique technique and attention to detail that makes her the extraordinary chef that she is.

Shivesh Bhatia

7 Indian Bakers To Follow For Drool-Worthy Desserts
Source

A self-taught baker, food blogger and author from Delhi, Shivesh Bhatia is just 24 years old and has garnered immense attention at a young age. His book and blog Bake With Shivesh contains all his favourite recipes that you’ll easily be able to make if you raid your kitchen pantry. He has been featured in Vogue’s list of ‘20 Under 26′ which easily speaks of this young boy’s achievement at his age.

There are two takeaways from this article- you can either stare at these delectable creations or grab your aprons and get started with some serious baking. 

We at One Page Spotlight are thrilled to welcome you to Bake-o-logy , our very own community of bakers where there will be abundance of baking inspiration for everyone.

Priyal Jain
Priyal Jain
Priyal Jain is a Digital Content Creator at One Page Spotlight with a BA (Honours) English degree from Christ University, Bangalore. A self-proclaimed foodie with a knack for photography, baking and reading books, she loves exploring new places and discovering different types of cuisines.

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are the personal opinions of the author. The facts and opinions appearing in the article do not reflect the views of One Page Spotlight [ AEIONE LLP ] and One Page Spotlight [ AEIONE LLP ] does not assume any responsibility or liability for the same.

Related Stories

Discover

A Look at India’s Famous Political Cartoonists and Their...

Everyone loves a good comic strip. They’re fun, informative and classic. Comic strips form...

The Alipore Post: A Corner house of Respite for...

The internet can be all kinds of things. If you find vibrancy somewhere, you...

A Burning By Megha Majumdar Book Review

A Burning is a slice of real life incidents that are occurring in the...

Burnt Sugar by Avni Doshi Book Review

Avni Doshi’s debut novel ‘Girl in white cotton’ rechristened Burnt Sugar. This is a...

Penguin Bloom Movie Review: An Ode to New Found...

Cast: Naomi Watts, Griffin Murray Johnston, Andrew Lincoln Director: Glendyn Ivin The movie starring Naomi Watts,...

A Star is Born

The business of entertainment is not an easy one yet the most enticing of...

Popular Categories

Comments

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here