Gulab jamun is a popular dessert in South Asia and more specifically in India. This dessert consists of dough balls soaked in sugary syrup, when is commonly made with rose water for flavor. Depending on where you are in the world or even just in India, gulab means ‘flower’ or ‘rose’ and jamun means ‘water,’ which often refers to the syrup. Our gulab jamun treat uses stevia to cut out some of that sugar and some of the calories, but preserve the traditional sweet taste you might expect. See if you can make this decedent treat in your kitchen while cutting a few calories.