Homemade Recipes

Best recipes
Add on tea

Sweeten Tea Milk

Sweeten Tea, Coffee and Grain beverages.Add to hot milk with a spoonful of Grass-fed Ghee and a dash of cardamom powder for a nourishing drink. Stir until Gobi Maharaja Jaggery has dissolved

Add on dessert


Add a spoonful to pie crust dough when making a dessert crust. Use a pastry blender or food processor to blend all ingredients. This makes a beautiful, lightly sweetened golden brown crust.

Add on yogurt


Stir a spoonful of Gobi Maharaja Jaggery syrup into plain yogurt. Add fruit or natural flavouring extracts such as vanilla if desired.

Add on rice


Make hot sweet rice by stirring a spoonful into hot basmati rice. Add toasted almonds, currents and a spoonful of Grass-fed Ghee, Cultured Ghee, or Coconut Ghee. This makes a delicious breakfast or a snack, and the kids will love it!

Homemade pancakes

Best fluffy pancakee

Add to pancake or waff of salt, and 1/8 tsp baking soda. Separately, blend 1 whole egg with 2 tsp melted Grass-fed Ghee, ¼ cup organic buttermilk and 2 tsp Gobi Maharaja Jaggery syrup. Pour over flour mixture; add blueberries, stir to combine,make pancakes.

Sweeten caramel


For subtle caramel notes, add a little to sauces for meats, vegetables and grains.Make your own Kombucha, kefir, or ginger ale with Gobi Maharaja Jaggery.

Muffins and biscuits

Sweet snacks

Muffins and biscuits are delicious and nutritious when prepared with Gobi Maharaja Jaggery.


Sweeten frostings and icings

Sweeten frostings and icings for cakes and pastries by blending grated or mashed Gobi Maharaja Jaggery with softened or melted butter or coconut oil.

Hot chocolate

Homemade hot chocolate

Make delicious hot chocolate by combining 1 cup organic milk or non-dairy milk, 1 to 2 tsp Gobi Maharaja Jaggery and 1 to 2 tsp cocoa powder in a saucepan. Stir over medium heat until cocoa and Gobi Maharaja Jaggery are dissolved. Remove from heat.


spiced pecans or nuts

Make roasted spiced pecans or other nuts with Gobi Maharaja jaggery. Melt Gobi Maharaja Jaggery with butter, salt and spices. Stir in nuts to coat well. Bake at 350 degrees F. for 10 to 15 minutes

Make caramelized onions

Spicy caramelized onions

Make delicious caramelized onions in grass-fed ghee or butter with a pinch of Gobi Maharaja Jaggery

Make candy

Sweeten candy

If you are a candy maker, use Gobi Maharaja Jaggery in place of sugar.

Make caramelized bananas

Health banana recipe

Slice 2 large bananas vertically to make 4 long halves. Cook in 2 tsp Dessert Ghee, for just a minute or two. Turn the bananas over. Sprinkle with 1 or 2 tsp grated Gobi Maharaja Jaggery and some cinnamon and/or nutmeg. Continue to cook until bananas are browned.

Add on toast Bread

Toast Bread or crackers

Mix a little mashed or grated Gobi Maharaja Jaggery with peanut butter, almond butter or other favorite nut butter. Spread over toast or crackers.

Make chocolate chip cookies


Make chocolate chip cookies with grated Gobi Maharaja Jaggery instead of white or brown sugar

Add on gingerbread

Gingerbread or ginger cookies

Add Gobi Maharaja Jaggery syrup to gingerbread or ginger cookies in place of molasses. Remember, Gobi Maharaja Jaggery syrup is sweet and rich, so you can cut down on the additional sugar called for in the recipe.

Make brownie

Sweeten brownie

Sweeten a favourite brownie recipe with Gobi Maharaja Jaggery instead of sugar.

Stew dried fruits

Dried fruits

Stew dried fruits with Gobi Maharaja Jaggery. Simply simmer 1 cup dried fruits such as figs, dates, raisins or prunes with a teaspoon of Gobi Maharaja Jaggery in 1 cup water or apple juice. For extra flavour, add a squeeze of lemon juice before serving.

Add on curry dishes

Spicy Curry dishes

Add a spoonful of Gobi Maharaja Jaggery to curry dishes for a nice compliment to hot spices.

Add on salad


Add a little Gobi Maharaja Jaggery to salad dressings such as vinaigrette. Be sure to blend with a blender in order to completely combine ingredients. Delicious!

Use as sugar scrub

Sugar scrub

Use grated Gobi Maharaja Jaggery as a "sugar scrub" for your body. It helps to exfoliate dead skin cells, creating healthy, soft and supple skin. Don’t forget elbows and heels!

Add spaghetti sauce

spaghetti sauce

Add a little Gobi Maharaja Jaggery to spaghetti sauce to add a subtle bit of sweetness and help cut down on the acid from the cooked tomatoes.

Make your own Kombucha

Jill Kombucha

Make your own Kombucha, kefir, or ginger ale with Gobi Maharaja Jaggery.

Here are some tips for cooking

with Gobi Maharaja Jaggery

  • Use equal amounts or a little less Gobi Maharaja Jaggery in place of sugar in a recipe. Gobi Maharaja Jaggery is rich - both in flavour and nutrition, so a little bit can go a long way.

  • If you keep Gobi Maharaja Jaggery in the refrigerator, be sure to bring it to room temperature before using in a recipe

  • Mash with fingers or grate as much as you need using a regular cheese grater. Remember, for best results, use room temperature Jaggery.
  • Make "Jaggery syrup" to use in recipes calling for liquid sweeteners such as honey, maple syrup, molasses, corn syrup, etc. For every tablespoon of Gobi Maharaja Jaggery, use one teaspoon of water. Blend or whisk well to make syrup. Because Jaggery syrup is naturally sweet and rich, you can use less in your recipes. For example, if a recipe calls for ½ cup honey, try 1/3 cup Jaggery syrup.

  • Our Gobi Maharaja Jaggery is extracted from cane plants that are grown (River Side) in Erode District, Tamil Nadu. It is also produced without the harsh chemicals used to clarify cane sugar. Pure Indian former’s Gobi Maharaja Jaggery is free of the lead contamination that is sometimes found in other Jaggery.