No Indian celebration is complete without sweets. Be it birthday parties, weddings, or any festival in India, desserts are the highlight of any occasion. As Diwali is just around the corner, your dessert table must be ready with amazing and delicious sweets to welcome your guests. So, we have listed some of super-easy yet tasty Diwali sweet recipes to light up your home. Take a look and enjoy.
Ditch that usual kind of kheer with this amazing mixture of Semolina, dry fruits, and milk. For this, you’ll need cream milk, Rava (semolina) of course, sugar, Dry fruits, a pinch of saffron, and green cardamoms. For recipe, check the video linked below.
Kaju Katli is one of the most quintessential Indian sweet of festivals and celebratory occasions. This season, surprise your friends and family with homemade treats. The simple ingredients that you’ll need to prepare this authentic dessert are cashew nuts, sugar, milk, A few silver leaves may be for decoration (optional), A greased plate to set the barfi in.
Jaggery-Chana dal Kheer:
This is an extremely known south-Indian sweet recipe made with chana dal, sabudana, jaggery, and coconut milk. The recipe is known for its creamy and subtle sweet taste due to the coconut milk and jaggery combination.
Who knew that those cream biscuits have a bigger purpose than twist-lick-dunk? Open a packet of chocolate cream biscuits and turn it into a delightful roll barfi.
Coconut-till ka Laddoo:
A three-ingredient recipe with coconut, sesame seeds, and dates. Your aching sweet tooth shall be served in minutes!
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