Why we all love Diwali? Because of the food. Because of the mouth-watering sweets. Because of the lights and then everything else.
Talking about the sweets, so who cares about the calories during this season?
So have you tried all of these 21 yummy mouth-watering sweets? Take a look and crave:
1. MotiChoor Ladoo
The most famous of all Indian sweets. Round in shape, made of besan and consisting of cardamom, pistachio, and a touch of saffron.
This sweet little sweet is made up of pure awesomeness! (Sugar and Gram Flour)
A soft diamond shaped sweet made from freshly ground cashews and also almonds.
From normal khoya peda to milk peda to stuffed peda and many more, this tiny item is one of the biggest reasons for having a sweet-tooth!
5. Gulab Jamun
A tasty circular mithai that is known by all. On the top of everyone’s list. Comes in a sugary syrup. It is the favorite choice of many Indians.
How can we forget this? The sponginess of this sweet has made us a true and dedicated fan of it!
Medallions of home-made sweets. Who knew that little Rasgullas can be put to such a beautiful use?
8. Badam Burfi
Square shaped Barfi are made from Almonds and topped with cardamom seeds and pistachio nuts.
9. Kaju-Pista Rolls
A twist of cashew and pistachio. A typical Diwali sweet!
Made up of milk, we swear we can eat as many of this sweet like Pani Puri!
Popular Indian sweet of fried fluffy pancakes dipped in sugar syrup and served with rabri or sweetened thickened milk.
A traditional Indian sweet of thickened sweetened milk with layers of cream. A sweet to crave for during night time!
Quick and easy recipe of sweet thickened milk flavored with cardamom and dry fruits.
Easy Bengali sweet recipe made with cottage cheese. Oh yeah, we also love the Chocolate version of this one!
15. the Chocolate version
Crisp flaky fried pastry stuffed with desiccated coconut and dry fruits.
The every time must have sweet for us! Made with basmati rice, milk, nuts and saffron, this sweet always wins our hearts!
18. The Sevaiyan Kheer
Just look at the picture!
Be it Suji Halwa, Gajar Halwa, Moong Daal Halwa, Wheat Halwa, Mango Halwa – every version of it makes us tempt!
20. Badam Payasam
A south Indian dessert made with coconut, almonds, and milk, flavored with saffron and cardamom, this sweet drink is all refreshing to gulp down during this festive season
21. Fruit custard
The name says it all. All the yumminess in one sweet!