300+ Indian Diwali sweets recipe collection of varieties of ladoos, halwa and kheers. Also popular sweets like gulab jamuns, sandesh, kaju katli, badusha and traditional sweets is featured in this post. Easy Sweets for Diwali 2021. Easy and simple recipes given with elaborate instructions and step by step pictures. I hope this collection post of Diwali sweets is helpful.
Can any one say no to Festive Sweets, I bet not. Diwali is one such festival, not only it is called as festival of lights but is festival of sweets. We enjoy cooking and making sweets as a family when it comes to diwali.
Making diwali sweets at home is so much fun that buying from store. Diwali during pandemic is hard. This year diwali celebration and parties are so much different than last year. Most of us are planning for virtual parties and get togethers, so make sweets at home rather than buying from stores.
What is Diwali | Deepavali?
Diwali, or Dipawali, is India's biggest and most important holiday of the year. Clay lamps are ignited and arranged all over the house. Crackers are
Why do we celebrate Diwali?
As per another popular tradition, lord krishna killed the evil narakasura on this auspicious day. That is a well known reason why we celebrate diwali.
Diwali | Deepavali or Divali; related to Jain Diwali, Bandi Chhor is a festival of lights and one of the major festivals celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs and some Buddhists. The festival usually lasts five days and is celebrated during the Hindu lunisolar month Kartika (between mid-October and mid-November). The festival is widely associated with Lakshmi, goddess of prosperity, with many other regional traditions.
Diwali Special Sweets
While there are variety of sweets to choose from. You can select the sweets based on your family needs. I have posted 30+ ladoo varieties, 40+ halwa varieties, 100+ sweets varieties and other snacks collection here.
You can find collection of 100+ Diwali snacks recipes here.
You can find my Diwali Recipe in this Video Playlist
Must Try Diwali Sweets
Diwali Sweets Varieties
- Maladu Recipe
- Suryakala Chandrakala Sweet Recipe
- Palkova Recipe
- Coconut Ladoo Recipe
- Karupatti Seedai Recipe
- Adhirasam Recipe
- Upperi Recipe
- Ragi Simili Urundai Recipe
- Gulab Jamun Recipe
- Paneer Gulab Jamun Recipe
- Bread Gulab Jamun Recipe
- Tirunelveli Halwa Recipe
- Nendrapazham Roast Recipe
- Coconut Halwa Recipe
- Doodh Peda Recipe
- Chettinad Kavuni Arisi Recipe
- Chhena recipe
- Rasmalai Recipe
- Kesar Kalakand Recipe
- Aval Varattiyathu Recipe
- Modak Recipe
- Chocolate Peda Recipe
- Kalakand Recipe
- Karupatti Mittai Recipe
- Moong Dal Payasam Recipe
- Sweet Millets Recipe
- Chakka Varattiyathu Recipe
- Wheat Rava Payasam Recipe
- Urad Dal Ladoo Recipe
- Boondi Ladoo Recipe
Gulab Jamun Varieties
Peda & Sandesh varieties
Milk Sweets Varieties
- Bhapa Doi Recipe
- Rice & Sago Kheer Recipe
- Carrot Burfi Recipe
- Homemade Chocolates Recipe
- Gujiya Recipe
- Easy Bread Malpua Recipe
- Lavang Latika Recipe
- Badam Kheer Recipe
- Chum Chum Recipe
- Tender Coconut Pudding Recipe
- Rasgulla Recipe
- Malai Ladoo Recipe| Paneer Ladoo Recipe
- Homemade Khoya | How to Make Khoya Recipe | Mawa | Khoa Recipe
- Easy Milk Powder Burfi Recipe - Milk Powder Barfi Recipe
- Paneer Kheer Recipe | Paneer Payasam Recipe | Chena Kheer
Sweets Under 15 Minutes
Diabetic Friendly Sweets
Poli | Boil Varieties
Serving & Storage Suggestions
Festival are the time which is meant to be indulged. So enjoy it as much as you like.
Some of these sweets can be stored in a air tight container at room temperature for up to 2 days. For longer storage store in fridge.
1)When is Diwali this year?
Diwali falls on November 4 this year.
2) What sweets do you eat on Diwali?
We love each and every sweets which we make on diwali. Specially love kesari, kaju katlis, carrot halwa and ladoos.
3)What is diwali chooranam or legiyam?
Diwali legiyam is consumed to aid digestion. It is made using ginger, pepper, jaggery, fennel seeds.
Here is the recipe for diwali legiyam
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Diwali Sweets | 300+ Diwali Sweets Recipes
- Take butter or ghee in a pan. heat it.
- Add in flour and other ingredients.
- Mix together with ingredients given to form a dough.
- Pour it into moulds and serve.
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