Let’s celebrate this Diwali with some homemade traditional Indian sweets and make this Diwali so special that everyone in family can’t forget the charm of your homemade dessert. To help you celebrate this Diwali I’ve put together a list of my top ten traditional Indian Sweets recipes. Some recipes on the list are more traditional than others but all guaranteed delicious and in most cases very easy to make! The wonderful thing about Indian food is that it is all about simple in looks and high in flavours.
Let’s begin 🙂
Traditional Gulab Jamun are made with khoya, but here you can enjoy instant Gulab Jamun for this festive season. These are made with milk powder and can be made instantly in very less time.
It’s one of my favorite dessert and I am sure nothing can beat this. It’s made with fresh cottage cheese and really easy to make if all the step are followed smartly.
It’s soft and flaky and perfect Indian dessert for any festival. If these are made with love and care it can’t be wrong. Make it with all purpose flour and yogurt and dip it in sugar syrup and it’s ready to roll :).
Besan Ke Laddu is popular throughout all over north India and is made with roasted gram flour, ghee and sugar. It’s healthy and melt in mouth.
Fresh Coconut laddoo is very easy to make in any festive season although the procedure is little bit long but once its made your kids and family will definitely enjoy it.
Instant Jalebi is a quick version of traditional jalebi with no hussle as these are made with simple ingredients available at home. Make them at home with some simple steps and enjoy them at any time.
Instead of using khoya here milk is used to make same creamy and tasty Gajar Ka Halwa to save the time for making khoya. Serve hot to your guest I am sure they will love it.
Badam Peda is as rich as a sweet can get. A special process of curdling almond paste with khoya turns it into a richly textured product, which when flavoured with cardamom becomes an intensely aromatic dessert that nobody can resist. While the aromatic fragrance and intense flavour make it a hit with adults, the amazing texture and succulent mouth-feel make it popular with kids.
There you have it, lots of traditional Indian dessert recipe inspiration for you this Diwali!
Have I missed anything? Let me know in the comment below and tell me what you cook on this Diwali!