There is no doubt that Pakistanis have a major sweet tooth. We eat our unique desserts quite literally every chance we get.
Whether it's a family wedding, Eid, or any other celebration, many varieties of traditional confectionery can be found in abundance. While some are milk based, others are full of nuts; some are eaten hot and others cold. The rich flavours of our desserts transcend borders and are devoured around the world.
Here we look at 9 crave-worthy Pakistani desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth cravings.
Pakistani desserts Authentic Firni is captured in this photograph.
Pakistani desserts Gajjar ka halwa is a traditional Pakistani sweet dish, loved by almost everyone.
Pakistani desserts Qubani ka meetha, a specialty in Karachi, is made from dried apricots and is often served at Hyderabadi weddings.
Pakistani desserts Kheer, or Rice Pudding, is a popular Pakistani dessert served traditionally in clay pots. It is made with rice and milk.
Pakistani desserts Barfi is a traditional Pakistani dessert made using semolina, butter and sugar.
Pakistani desserts Kheer, also known as rice pudding is made by boiling rice, broken wheat, tapioca, or vermicelli with milk and sugar; it is flavoured with cardamom, raisins, saffron, cashews, pistachios or almonds.
Pakistani desserts Fresh jalebis are being prepared in this photograph.
Pakistani desserts Halwa is a popular Pakistani dessert prepared using grain flour, butter, milk and sugar.
Pakistani desserts Fresh jalebi is prepared in Lahore. The traditional dessert is made by deep-frying a wheat flour batter in pretzel or circular shapes, which are then soaked in sugar syrup and served.