And.....It is finally here!!! Made with care and precision, we present to you our most-sought after, Gehun Gulab Jamuns! These jamuns go through several well-thought-out steps before they reach you!
Delivery between 4-5 days from order. Available for delivery to certain parts of BANGALORE only, in a glass jar.
Refrigerate on arrival, shelf life - 4 days from delivery.
Gehun Gulab Jamun is a whole food plant-based sweet mimicking the Indian traditional sweet, made from healthy ingredients like Almonds, cashews, and dates. It is sugar-free, oil-free and suitable for vegans.
The sweetest way to end your meal, these melt-in-your-mouth jamuns are made from whole wheat; and are sugar-free, and vegan.
Gehun Gulab Jamun was inspired by our ever-famous traditional Indian dessert, made, alas, with milk solids, sugar and khoya. We have had raving reviews from our beta taste testers! It is said that the secret of the Jamun lies in the sugar syrup that binds the ball together. When made correctly, the Jamun is soft and spongy and melts in the mouth. We went through trial after trial to ensure we could mimic the texture and the feeling one would experience when you ate Gulab Jamun. We think we outdid ourselves! Imagine a sinful sweet that a diabetic patient could have with of course rationing and rationalising! That's Gehun Gulab Jamun for you!
Kickstart every celebration with a healthy, sugar-free, vegan Gehun Gulab Jamun from Sampoorna Ahara! Order from our website now and get it delivered to your doorstep!
Gather the family friends and have and take some time to sit down and enjoy some Gehun Gulab Jamun. We are sure that you will love our juicy, sweet, soft whole wheat balls, dipped in our saffron-infused sweet syrup made from natural dates!
Simply yummilicious Indian sweet made healthy, and delivered at your doorstep!
Ingredients: Soy milk, Cashew, Almond, Dates, Whole Wheat Flour, Purified Water, Erythritol*, Cardamom, Saffron, Aluminium-free Baking Soda, Antu (resin from the cluster bean plant)
*A zero calorie sweetener. Research has found it to be a safe alternative. We use it in certain dishes. in small quantities and always only for in addition to plenty of dates, since dates alone makes sweets too fudgy. Here's a link if you are curious to know more: https://nutritionfacts.org/topics/erythritol/