Diwali is few days away, what are the sweets and savoury snacks that you are making? If you are a last minute planner like me, here is an exhaustive list of sweets from the blog. Some are ideal for lunch menu while a few like ladoo and halwa can be stored for a couple of days.
Diwali is the time when you gift sweets to friends and relatives. Here are some cookies, chikki and muesli bar for children.
For all the recipes, click on the title or the image. Wishing all a very happy Diwali. Stay safe, stay happy.
Sukhdi / Gud Papdi
Sukhdi is classic sweet from Gujarati cuisine.
Badam Puri is traditional festive sweet from Karnataka.
Besan Ladoo is apt for Diwali.
Rice Kheer is the traditional kheer made in all communities.Here is the Bengali version.
Millets are used, one with finger millets.
Love this easy recipe to do always
Dates Burfi is all time favourite.
Karchikayi used to be a Diwali snack when we were kids.
It is tasty and stays good for a couple of days.
A sweet for lunch
Khaja is crispy and flaky, give a try to it. Ideal to serve for lunch.
Snacks to store in the jar.
A make ahead sweet
Dum Root Halwa
Another classic sweet from South India.
This is flavoursome one from Gujarati cuisine,
When kids don’t eat beetroot, make this one.
Seven Cup Sweet
This is ideal to prepare and serve.
One of the favourite sweets since childhood days.
Another kind of holige, it is made with sesame.
Rawa Kesari with jaggery
Rawa kesari with jaggery tastes good. I usually make this one at home.
Custard Apple Kheer
It is delicious, give a try to it sometime.
This is sweet from Oriya cuisine.
Sweet Mango Rice
When you have mangoes, make this dish for your family.
Another dessert with mango
A traditional sweet which is delicious and healthy.
Crisp, fried puris are boiled in thickened milk and garnished with nuts. Another classic sweet from South India.
Vermicelli Kheer needs no introduction.
Moong dal payasam
Tasty payasam ideal for summer as it keeps the body cool.
Another kind of kesari
A sweet to be cherished
Gift Ideas for Diwali
Usually gifts are given during Diwali to friends and relatives. Here are a few ideas to try.
Mocha Coffee Cookies
Puffed Rice Balls
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