Diwali Sweets and Snacks Recipes | Preparation and recipes

Diwali sweets and snacks recipes

Diwali sweets and snacks recipes are as follows celebrations of Diwali festival are incomplete without Diwali sweets.

Diwali recipes are the highlight of the festival. They just add enthusiasm to the festive feel.

Just like the colourful rangolis that adorn the house entrances, there is nothing like a dessert table embellished with a variety of Diwali recipes.

Preparing, distributing and enjoying delicious Diwali foods among family, neighbours, relatives, and friends is one of the cultures. People have been following it since the olden days in India.

Diwali sweets and snacks recipes Preparation and recipes

Diwali is the time to feed on some savoury dishes.

Traditionally, Diwali sweets are made with rice like Kheer, and also Laddoos with gram flour. There are wide varieties of Diwali recipes.

Diwali sweets recipes include popular Bengali sweets like rasgulla, kalakand, rasmalai, and chum chum. All-time preferred sweets like Kaju katli, gulab jamun, burfi, peda, etc.

Milk, Khoya, ghee, sugar or jaggery, are the basic ingredients for the delicious Diwali foods.

Diwali sweets and snacks recipes:

  • Kalakand:

It is popular Bengali sweet and is easy to prepare. The ingredients for preparing the Kalakand recipe are condensed milk, milk, paneer, and cardamom.

It takes much time for preparation but it tastes very delicious with tumble texture.

Basundi is a dessert prepared by thickening complete fat milk, sugar and nuts. This is popular in Gujarat, Maharastra, and Karnataka.

  • Karanji:

Karanji is also familiar as karjikai and prepares during the festival time.

It prepares with flour and stuff with coconut, semolina, etc. It is easy to prepare and doesn’t take much time.

  • Peda:

It is one of the traditional Diwali sweets prepare during the festive season. These take very deliciously as they prepare only from milk, they make a great Diwali dish.

Rasmalai is a Bengali dessert which is soft and mouth melting.

Rasmalai is a combination of two words, Ras means juice and Malai mean cream. The Indian cottage cheese is made as flat balls which cook in sugar syrup and dips in condense sweet milk that is of thick consistency.

  • Gulab Jamun:

It is a classic Indian dessert that is very popular.

It is milk solids dessert, small balls usually in size of a berry and usually dips in sugar syrup of rose flavour.

  • Malpua:

These are sweet pancakes prepare during festivals. It is made of milk, khoya, flour, ghee, and sugar.

Kaju katli is one of the most famous Indian Diwali sweets. It is easy to prepare with Cashew nuts and very tasty sweet.