Sanjana Agarwal-Cakes & Desserts from Mad Batter

Sanjana Agarwal
Written by Punya Haruray

Sanjana Agarwal propagates that desserts are the most essential part of a meal. She says that “if your stomach is stuffed; eat a dessert to bring the food down and if you are not full, you have all the reason to give in to your temptations!”

Her own love for desserts dragged her into becoming a dessert chef. After completing a few professional courses in cake & dessert making, she started her bakery called Mad Batter in Nepal. The desserts and fancy cakes were an instant hit among her family and friends. She now opens up Mad Batter in Delhi and there’s no better time to start, with Diwali being just around the corner. She currently operates from her own kitchen in Chattarpur but has plans to get a professional kitchen soon.

She does fancy cakes, tea time cakes, cupcakes etc.  But what I love the most are her delicious ‘dessert jars’.  This concept of making desserts in the Mason jars originated in the US and became popular because of its convenience to eat and to store. It surpasses the presentation part and just gives way to the temptation of your taste buds. You can have your personal jar of cinnamon brownie mousse, red velvet Oreo or cheesecakes in the fridge and keep gorging on it spoon by spoon!  This Mason jar concept is now picking up in India as well, people are now packaging these mason jars beautifully and gifting them instead of a box of our traditional Indian sweets or chocolates and brownies.

You can too think of this as your Diwali gift accompaniment this season or distribute these with your wedding cards or baby announcements! Leave a comment if you want to order any of these!

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Punya Haruray

Punya Bhandari Haruray is a 29 year old banker by profession and a blogger in free time! She is based out of Mumbai but originally from Delhi. She loves creative things and admires creative people. Her aim is to get as many creative people as possible on one platform both on an online and offline space.


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