Let's admit, we don't need an occasion to binge on our favorite sweets, right? However, during the winters, our cravings for these sweetmeats are on an all-time high. Desserts loaded with ghee and dry fruits are a must on dinner tables during this time of the year. From Gajar ka halwa to gulab jamun, there are ample options to choose from. And, if you are among those who don't feel like stepping out in the cold but still crave sweetmeats, fret not. We have something in store for you. To amplify your tastebuds, we have prepared a list of seven dessert recipes that you can prepare at home without much hassle. Best part? These recipes will help you keep your body warm.
This sweet delight tops the chart when it comes to having desserts in the winter season. You get to buy fresh gorgeous red carrots during winters and savour them in the form of gajar ka halwa. Nothing can beat this recipe.
Not a traditional sweets person? Wanna try something new and unique? Go for drool-worthy cinnamon rolls then. They are basically, sweet baked rolls made up of dough flavoured with cinnamon and sugar filling.
Winters call for a bowl of heavenly moong ka halwa, isn't it? You often find this rich delight at various functions and social gatherings during this season. The best part about this halwa is the desi ghee that goes into preparing it.
4) Til Ladoo
Til ladoos are often prepared during festivities such a Lohri and Makar Sankranti. You just need some roasted sesame seeds and jaggery to prepare these delectable balls.
It's a healthy snack item prepared using sesame seeds, oats, wheat flour, jaggery, honey and almonds. This could be your go-to snack in the winter season and picky eaters like kids too, enjoy this.
Another must-have dessert for the winter season. The gur, which is extracted from date palm trees, brings its own flavour to the dish. This is a go-to item for Bengalis during this time of year.
You must be aware of the popular sweet from Bengal, right? Sandesh is a hit in Bengal but you can give it a makeover if you want to with this recipe. It will help you turn the traditional sweet into a warm winter pudding. You only need some fruits to prepare hot paneer sandesh pudding.