A kickass list of 15 Delicious Diwali Sweets & Desserts from the blog. Some very regular at home, some festive specials. But each one a favourite.
What’s Diwali without some mithai and here is a list of some of my favourite Diwali Sweets and desserts from the blog. Hope you all have a very happy and blessed Diwali.
Meethi Seviyan made with hand-rolled vermicelli is what makes my Eid memories. Easy to make, delicious this recipe will take you right back to childhood.
Apple Coconut Kheer
Easy 15-minute Microwave Dessert with really simple ingredients. What else can one ask for? A bookmark worthy recipe.
Gajar Ka Halwa or the Indian style Carrot Pudding is a star winter dish of Punjab. Forget Punjab, I have my doubts that there is any Indian who hasn’t heard of this legendary winter dish.
Black Carrot Halwa – The way the sweet and soft but chewy grated carrots, cooked in ghee combine with the crunch of the nuts and the delicate taste of khoya – it is just heaven served in a bowl!
This Chai Masala Chocolate Fudge recipe is so chocolatey and yet that hint of chai masala balances out the sweetness is such a fantastic way!
Kesar Phirni Tartlets – the perfect fusion dessert for Diwali!
Chikki Brownies are the perfect fusion sweets to make for any special occasion. Combining the international flavours of brownies and topping them with our Indian chikkis, this is one sweet which is bound to be a hit with everyone!
Moong Dal Halwa is one of those dishes which might be made only on super special occasions like festivals but is super delicious.
Chironji & Makhane ki Kheer is specially made during Navrati in the northern part of the country, and trust me, this is one dessert you would love having anytime of the year!
This recipe of Moong Dal Ladoos, made up of roasted moong dal, fresh ghee and yummy jaggery with a sprinkling of dry fruits, is my grandmom’s recipe and takes me back to my childhood days of celebrating Diwali!
Raoh Ki kheer (Sugar Cane Juice Kheer)
Raoh Ki Kheer (Sugar cane juice kheer) is a summer kheer made from sugarcane juice and often from leftover rice, wherein the sugar cane juice provides a cooling effect to the body. But it makes a great change from the heavy Diwali desserts we usually serve.
This Sooji ka Halwa is one of my favorite, easy to make dessert options and is so delicious when combined with channa and poori!
Easy to make and delicious these Milk Dates peda can be an excellent addition to your Diwali cooking. The slight twist with the addition of dates works wonder to the traditional peda recipe.