Diwali 2020 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 as we celebrate the festival of Diwali today. 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.
Traditionally, desserts made with rice like Kheer and also Besan Ladoos made with gram flour are prepared and served. With a slight nip in the air, people tend to get lured towards the hot, crisp and sugary, that said, most of us have our own favourites. We've got you a mix of old, new and regional sweets that everyone will love.
This Diwali, light up your homes with our festive dessert recipes. Ditch the elaborate presentation and fancy ingredients, here are super-easy solutions to soothe your aching sweet tooth. Most of these can be prepared in advance for those unannounced guests and untimely cravings. Everyday ingredients and a couple of minutes are all you need to spread bright smiles and sparkle with satisfaction.
Here we have a delectable list of 11 Best Diwali Sweets that you can make and relish at home:
Nevri is a Konkani sweet that is quite similar to a Karanji from Maharashtra or Gujiya from Uttar Pradesh. It is stuffed with a grated coconut along with almonds.
No celebration in India is complete without a touch of sweet. Image credits: iStock
Barfis made with cashew nuts, kaju katli is one of the most popular giveaways during Diwali. This season, surprise your friends and family with home-made treats.
Kaju katli is the quintessential Diwali sweet. Image credits: iStock
Step away from the usual with this creamy concoction of milk, dry fruits and sooji (semolina).
Desserts are the highlight of every Indian festival. Image credits: iStock
Fusion is the flavor of the season. Serve the good old gujiyas in a modern avatar with a creamy chocolate-chip stuffing.
A delicious gujiya recipe for the kids to relish. Image credits: iStock
With the same ingredients you can choose to make two desserts. Loaded with almonds, khoya, milk and poppy seeds, you can enjoy the warmth of the halwa or serve as barfis decorated with silver leaves.
With the same ingredients you can choose to make two desserts. Image credits: iStock
This has been a favourite since ancient times and is super easy to make. Slices of bread are fried, soaked in milk and decorated with nuts.
Shahi tukda has been a favourite since ancient times. Image credits: iStock
Mohanthal is a fudge-like Indian dessert made with gram flour. It is popularly made in Rajasthan and Gujarat, especially during Diwali.
Mohanthal is a fudge-like Indian dessert. Image credits: iStock
This is a traditional Bengali dessert. Thin crepes are made with rice flour, maida and sooji and served with a coconut-jaggery filling.
Pashipata is a traditional Bengali dessert Image credits: iStock
As the name suggests, this original recipe of this Indian dessert is known to have originated in the Mysore Palace. It is a rich mix of desi ghee, gram flour and sugar.
Mysore Pak is a very popular sweet made of delectable sugar ingredients. Image credits: iStock
A three-ingredient recipe with coconut, sesame seeds and dates. Your aching sweet tooth shall be served in minutes!
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A three-ingredient recipe with coconut, sesame seeds and dates. Image credits: iStock
Fragrant Basmati rice simmered in whole milk sweetened with sugar, makes chawal ki kheer the perfect dish to celebrate the festival of Diwali. This rice pudding can be prepared easuly and quickly. Flavored with green cardamom powder, garnished with slivered almonds and pistachio nuts, this would be the perfect Indian dessert to relish with family and friends.
Enjoy the festive season with these delicious, tried and tested recipes. Make sure you get quality ingredients and serve your loved ones some homemade goodness!
Happy Diwali 2020!