11 Easy Sweet Recipes For Diwali

Diwali Sweets Recipes- No celebration in India is complete without a touch of sweet. Desserts are the highlight of every Indian festival. They add much more enthusiasm to the festive spirit. Festivities have stepped in and everyone is gearing up for Diwali celebrations. Just like the multicolored rangolis that adorn the entrances of our homes, there is nothing quite like a dessert table decked with a variety of Diwali sweets. We bring you, our simplest Diwali recipes from across the country.

Happy Diwali !!!!!!!!!!!

  1. Kaju katli
  2. Mohanthal
  3. Home Made Mawa
  4. Kesar Peda
  5. Kalakand
  6. Rabdi
  7. Shahi ShakarPare
  8. Khaja / Chirote Recipe
  9. Mawa Gujia
  10. Phirni
  11. Chocolate Barfi

1. Kajukatli

Easy & quick recipe to make perfect kaju katli like the ones we get in sweet shops .Kaju Katli is an Indian dessert or mithai and is made using kaju or cashews to give them that rich taste. This is a kind of dessert recipe that signifies special occasions and are usually served during Diwali.

2. Mohanthal :

Mohanthal is a delicious and rich, melt in mouth, burfi type sweet recipe made with besan, sugar and ghee as the main ingredients. 

3. Homemade Mawa :

Instant mawa recipe – one of the quickest and easiest method to make khoya is with milk powder. Its very quick, instant and takes less than 5 minutes to prepare .

4. Kesar Peda :

Kesar peda is a simple and easy milk based peda with just 2 ingredients – khoya and sugar and flavoured with cardamom powder and saffron strings. It is an ideal and perfect peda recipe for any festivals like Diwali.

5. Kalakand :

Kalakand is a very traditional and delicious dessert, made with whole milk, variation of burfi, and is soft and grainy in texture.

6. Home Made Rabdi :

Rabdi or Rabri Recipe – A classic North Indian dessert recipe made with traditional method. This is made with very minimal ingredients but the taste is out of the world.

7. Shahi Shakarpara :

The festive season is around the corner. It seems like it has all begun in full swing. It can’t be complete without making some sweets and savoury snacks. Isn’t it? And this leafy shahi shakkar pare will surely surprise your loved ones.

8. Khaja / Chirote Recipe :

Khaja is a crispy, crusty sweet snack which is really delectable and appetizing. Khaja, also known as Chirote makes a perfect sweet for any special occasion or festival.

9. Mawa Gujiya :

Mawa Gujiyaare a traditional Indian fried pastry stuffed with sweet coconut and Khoya filling. Gujia are must make recipe for the festival of Holi or Diwali. Here is how to make Gujiya Recipe at home .

10. Phirni :

Phirni is a classic creamy sweet pudding made with powdered rice, milk, almonds, saffron and cardamom. … Phirni is made from ground rice, whereas rice kheer is made from whole rice. fine grained basmati rice is the rice preferred to make phirni and rice kheer.

11. Chocolate Barfi

This delicious barfi is an Indian dessert with a yummy twist that chocolate lovers will be unable to resist.

“May the Festival of Lights, Full Your Life with the Glow of Happiness and the Sparkle of Joy.”

Happy Diwali

Cooking with lots of love and straight from the heart.

Bhawna Maharshi

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