Baked and Edible Rakhis- A new trend!

Raksha Bandhan, the festival that ties together the precious relationship of brother and sister, with a promise of protection, joy, gifts, and sweets, is something everyone looks forward to. Throughout the years, the tradition has seen quite a few upgrades, mostly focusing on the symbolic meaning of the occasion. What is more exciting though, for the majority of people, is the variety of rakhis that are available in the market now.

A few years ago, the trend was for light-up rakhis, musical rakhis, tassels, glitter, and everything else to maximize the spirit of Raksha Bandhan. But now, to take the ‘non-traditional’ rakhi trend a step further, there has been another addition – the edible rakhi. Let us take a look at the sweetest new trend and enjoy the flavors of the festival.

Ms Aju Marwah, a self-taught baker & culinary instructor from Pune with a passion to create fuss-free delicious recipes, co-founded Baked in 2013.

Combining her love for teaching & baking, Aju has conducted more than 200 workshops in the last few years and has introduced the art of baking to more than 1500 enthusiasts from all over the country.

What makes her truly unique are the fail-proof & easy recipes that she creates for even the most complex dishes. Perfect for beginners and fellow bakers, her most popular classes include breads, brownies, tea-cakes and gluten-free bakes.

With innovative recipes like Edible Chocolate Rakhi, DIY cupcake kits & edible cookie dough, Baked has made a way into people’s hearts through their delish desserts & creative offerings.

Currently hosting online classes & live bake along sessions on social media, Aju also takes corporate gift orders and customized group baking sessions.

Her mission is to make people happy. Making delicious cakes and keeping the prices reasonable.

For more information, visit: https://www.facebook.com/bakedpune/

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