Here I have made the list of whole collection of diwali sweets recipes. All of them are easy to make at home. All the recipes have step by step photos with possible tips and tricks so beginners can also make them without any fear.
Diwali or deepavali is the festival of lights and it is celebrated all over the India every year. This is the biggest festival we celebrate in our family. We usually start preparing for diwali at least 10-15 day before. We clean and decorate the house, do some shopping. We also make many snacks and sweets at home. Few sweets we buy from shop as well.
We usually give a box of sweet away as a gift to relatives and friends on the new year day. We also serve to the guests who came for the new year wishes.
This year diwali is on 19th Oct 2017. But the celebration starts two days before and lasts for five days.
Diwali Sweets: Ladoo recipes
|Besan ladoo recipe – made from three main ingredients Ghee, besan (aka gram flour) and powdered sugar (aka boora, tagar).||Boondi ladoo recipe – Freshly made boodi are soaked into sugar syrup and shaped into ladoo.||Coconut ladoo recipe – These are made with desiccated coconut, mawa (milk solids) and powdered sugar.|
|Rava besan ladoo recipe – simple and easy laddu recipe made from semolina, gram flour, ghee and powdered sugar.||Coconut ladoo with condensed milk – quick and easy ladoo recipe with only four ingredients.||Kuler ladoo recipe – It is made from just three ingredients Black millet flour, jaggery and clarified butter.|
|Rav laddu recipe – EASY ladoo recipe made with semolina and sweetened condensed milk||Magaj ladoo recipe – Gujarati style of making besan ladoo. made from ghee, coarse chickpea flour and sugar.||Sweet potato ladoo recipe – Healthy ladoo made with very less sugar.|
Diwali Sweets: Halwa Recipes
|Carrot halwa recipe – Popular North Indian halwa made with Traditional method. Made with only three ingredients Carrot, sugar and milk.||Sheera recipe – the most popular Indian dessert made from semolina, clarified butter (ghee) and sugar.||Lauki halwa recipe – sweet dish made with bottle gourd, milk and sugar. It is flavored with cardamon powder.|
|Badam halwa recipe – very rich, heavy Indian sweet recipe made during festivals||Papaya halwa recipe – made from ripe papaya fruit. It is flavored with cardamom seeds powder and cashew nuts.||Gajar ka halwa – with condensed milk or mithaimate. a quick version will be ready in only 15 minutes only|
|Banana sheera recipe – It is made from semolina, sugar and banana. It is similar to the sooji halwa with addition of banana.||Gajar ka halwa in pressure cooker – a quick version made from grated carrots, milk, milk powder and sugar.||Atte ka halwa recipe – |
A popular North Indian halwa recipe made from whole wheat flour, ghee (clarified butter) and sugar.
|Pumpkin halwa recipe – made from orange pumpkin aka kaddu, sugar, jaggery and milk.||Pineapple halwa recipe – made from semolina, sugar, clarified butter and pineapple (pieces and puree).||Sweet potato halwa recipe – Healthy halwa dish because less addition of sugar in it|
Diwali Sweets: Kheer Recipes
|Rice Kheer Recipe – ice is cooked in milk and sugar. It is flavored with cardamom powder and saffron.||Phool makhane ki kheer – Healthy kheer made from lotus seeds. This can be eaten during vrat. fasting||Carrot kheer – easy to make and delicious dessert recipe made from grated carrot, milk and sugar.|
|Lauki ki kheer – Yes vegetable can made this simple. yummy dessert. Made from bottle gour.||Rice kheer with condensed milk – instant rice kheer recipe made with cooked, leftover rice, milk and condensed milk.||Sabudana kheer – Melt in your mouth kheer made from tapioca pearls|
|Sweet potato kheer – a healthy kheer made from sweet potatoes with less sugar.||Pumpkin kheer – Pumpkin is called kaddu in Hindi, so it is kaddu ki kheer recipe.|
Diwali Sweets: Burfi/Peda Recipes
|Doodh peda recipe – this is an instant version of making doodh peda or milk peda. This is made with sweetened condensed milk.||Chocolate peda recipe – Only three ingredients are required – Khoya, Cocoa powder and sugar.||Kaju katli recipe – one of the most popular Indian sweets that is made during the festivals especially Diwali.|
|Carrot burfi recipe– made from grated carrot, heavy cream, condensed milk and khoya.||Chocolate burfi recipe – Two layered burfi where bottom layer is plain mawa and top is chocolate.||Kalakand recipe – you will need only two main ingredients milk and sugar|
|Walnut burfi recipe – QUICK Indian sweet recipe made with walnuts, coconut and condensed milk.||Magaj recipe – This is the Gujarati style of making besan burfi made from ghee, coarse chickpea flour and sugar.||Kopra pak recipe – Another Gujarati burfi recipe made from freshly grated coconut.|
|Chocolate pista roll recipe – The outer layer is made from khoya and cocoa powder. While inside filling is made from khoya and chopped pistachio||Mango coconut burfi recipe – The perfect tropical flavor combination that everyone will love.|
Miscellaneous diwali sweets recipes
|Gulab jamun recipe – The traditional method of making it. Fried balls are dipped into sugar syrup.||Rasgulla recipe – A traditional bengali sweet recipe. Soft and spongy, melt in your mouth milk solids ball are in sweet sugar syrup.||Fruit custard recipe – mixed fruits are added into sweet, rich and creamy custard.|
|Rasmalai recipe – spongy rasgullas soaked in rich, sweet, thickened, saffron flavored milk. Garnished with sliced almonds.||Puran poli recipe – Indian stuffed bread with sweet lentil filling. It is also called vedmi.||Milk powder gulab jamun recipe – These are soft, juicy, melt in your mouth kind with perfect sweetness and richness.|
|Shrikhand recipe – the traditional sweet from Gujarat and Maharashtra. It is also known as ‘Matho’.||Basundi recipe – Sweetened and thickened milk with chopped nuts, flavored with cardamom and saffron.||Mawa gujiya recipe – The outer layer is made from all purpose flour. While the stuffing is made from mawa, sugar and nuts.|
|Fruit cream recipe – Mixed fruits are mixed with sweetened, whipped cream. This is also called fruit salad with cream.||Karanji recipe – traditional Maharashtrian sweet snack recipe. It has sweet coconut stuffing with crispy crust.||Sukhdi recipe – Authentic Gujarati sweet made with ghee (clarified butter), atta (whole wheat flour) and gur (jaggery).|
|Plain Nankhatai – traditional eggless Indian cookies.||Chocolate Nankhatai – chocolate flavored eggless cookies||Whole wheat nankhatai – little healthy take on nankhatai.|
|Cake-like Cocoa brownies||Chwey fudgy chocolate brownies||No-bake brownies|
|Collection of eggless cakes||Collection of eggless cupcakes||Eggless mousses|
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|Malai kulfi||Mango kulfi||Falooda|
|Mango ice cream||Vanilaa ice cream||Magic shell|
Basic recipes to make Indian sweets
Diwali Sweets Recipes
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Ingredients (1 cup = 240 ml)
- Mentioned in the individual recipes
All the recipes above have step by step photos with detailed instructions.
Cooking time, prep time and servings may vary depending the recipes.